Princeton University currently has enrolled approximately 7,900 students (5,300 undergraduates and 2,600 graduate students) and employs approximately 6,100 benefits-eligible employees. The University Services division is made up of seven units: Campus Dining; Campus Venue Services; Conference and Event Services; Housing and Real Estate Services; Print and Mail Services; TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services; and University Services Administration.
TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services (TTPS) has responsibility for the University one card, parking, and campus transportation programs. TTPS is responsible for the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) programs, including the transit commuter program, the bike and car share programs, the car and van pools, assignment and permitting of university parking, event support, parking enforcement, and the campus shuttle system. The department manages the University’s ID/one card, TigerCard, system for students, faculty, and staff enabling access to buildings, dining options, and selected retail operations.
Reporting to the Director of TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services (TTPS) and the Associate Director of Information Technology, the Data Analyst and Technology Manager plays a pivotal role in improving departmental and program operational efficiency through the use of existing and new technology and data analysis. The manager is expected to develop the analytical framework, data architecture, identification of applications and tools for data-driven decision making, supporting the TTPS operations. This position will be responsible for creating and interpreting analytic tools and dashboards to enhance the University's parking and transportation programs with efficient and effective service, supporting the mission of TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services.
The successful candidate will need to develop a strong understanding of the functions of TTPS and University Services IT (USIT) and develop working relationships with the Office of Informational Technology (OIT), University Services units, and other departments across campus. The manager will need to engage in and understand the rapidly advancing and innovative industries of transportation and parking.
A full job description will be furnished prior to interview.
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