Princeton University seeks a highly knowledgeable and skilled individual to serve as Senior Associate Director, Governance, in the Office of the Dean of the Faculty (ODOF). The Dean of the Faculty has administrative oversight of academic departments and programs and all matters pertaining to the effectiveness and well-being of the faculty and the professional researchers, specialists, and librarians.
The Senior Associate Director reports directly to the Dean of the Faculty, serves as a key member of the senior staff, supervises one staff member and has a dotted line supervisory relationship with the administrator of public lectures. The Senior Associate Director supports the ODOF by understanding and overseeing faculty governance processes, organizing and reporting the resulting information to University constituents, and serving as a resource for the ODOF and academic departments on faculty governance issues. The Senior Associate Director supports the work of the Trustee Committee on Academic Affairs, and prepares all ODOF material submitted to the committee for its review.
The Senior Associate Director serves as the principal contact for revisions to the Rules and Procedures of the Faculty and shepherds the revision process through the Faculty Advisory Committee on Policy and to the Faculty. This individual serves as the administrator for the Committee on Conference and Faculty Appeal and de facto secretary of the Faculty Advisory Committee on Policy.
The Senior Associate Director manages the hiring processes within the office of the Dean of the Faculty.
This individual represents the ODOF on various University committees, projects and initiatives, and communicates regularly with officers of the University, academic deans, department chairs and managers.
The specific responsibilities of the Senior Associate Director, Governance, include:
Please submit cover letter and resume.
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