The Office of the Vice Provost of International Affairs and Operations Office seeks an International Travel and Safety professional to provide strategic and operational leadership on matters of health, safety and security overseas. The incumbent will work closely with campus stakeholders to lead the development and administration of policies, procedures and activities associated with the health, safety, welfare and preparedness of students, faculty and staff traveling abroad on Princeton University sponsored travel and activities. S/he will also develop and enhance travel safety preparedness programs and serve as a planning and response resource for students, faculty, staff and administrators on matters of travel safety and security.
"Princeton's mission demands a global presence and an international perspective. Our students and faculty now benefit from a vibrant array of networks and programs that connect them with counterparts around the world. Princeton is committed to strengthening those partnerships in the years ahead."
President Christopher L. Eisgruber
Princeton University has made tremendous strides in internationalizing its research and teaching mission over the past decade. The University has sought innovative ways to internationalize Princeton and has placed increasing emphasis on certain aspects of internationalization: study and internships abroad for undergraduates, curricular initiatives that give heightened emphasis to international and comparative perspectives, new research opportunities abroad and the creation of global scholarly networks for faculty members and graduate students, and support for collaboration with scholars and universities around the world.
As a result, there has been a significant increase in both number and complexity of international activities at Princeton. Internationalization figures prominently in the recent strategic planning framework, which calls for growing the University’s international programs and increasing PU’s scholarly strength in the study of key regions and cultures. Given the current and anticipated levels of international activity, the University seeks to bolster the planning and support of such activities in ways that ensure health and safety, compliance, and quality of experience.
Policy, Practice and Administration
Advising and Outreach
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