Princeton University Office of Facilities seeks a dynamic candidate for the Director, Site Protection. Under the direction of the Assistant Vice president of Operations, and working collaboratively with other University departments, this position leads, manages, plans and organizes the Site Protection work group within Facilities Operations. At a strategic level, the Director, Site Protection will play a role in University decisions relating to life safety and security systems by gathering relevant information, applying the University’s tolerance for risk, and evaluating appropriate levels of security versus investment in order to produce recommendations for decision makers.
The Princeton University campus consists of approximately 11 million gross square feet of space that includes residential, administrative, athletic, library, dining, classroom and research space. There are approximately 200 buildings, 500 acres, 8,300 students, and 8,200 faculty/staff.
The Director manages four (4) direct reports and oversees a sizable staff responsible for all day-to-day functional and technological aspects of the department’s life safety and security systems, including fire alarm, fire suppression, access control, and video camera systems. The Director develops and implements procedures to ensure safety and security systems function properly, and are properly maintained, repaired, inspected, tested, and documented. A primary collaborator and client is the Department of Public Safety, which has responsibility for the safety and security of people and University property.
This position oversee an annual budget of $4 million and will typically manage as many as twenty-five (25) projects/initiatives at one time, with a total potential dollar value of potentially $ 5 million over a multi-year period.
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