Princeton University is a vibrant scholarly community with a longstanding commitment to service. Chartered in 1746, Princeton is the fourth-oldest college in the United States. As a world-renowned research university, Princeton pursues the highest levels of excellence in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. It is distinctive among research universities in its dedication to undergraduate teaching. The University enrolls approximately 5,200 undergraduate students and 2,600 graduate students. It has more than 90,000 alumni around the world.
Princeton’s Office of Communications and Public Affairs promotes and protects Princeton University's reputation of excellence. We do so by developing and implementing clear, consistent and engaging strategies that enhance public understanding of Princeton, its people and its value to society.
Reporting to the Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs, the Executive Assistant provides high-level administrative support for the Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs of the Princeton University Office of Communications and Public Affairs. In this role, the Executive Assistant works regularly with the Communications and Public Affairs Office’s senior leadership and campus partners on moving forward the priorities of the Office of the Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs. In addition, the Executive Assistant will provide high-level administrative and project support to the Vice President, who is responsible for overseeing the presentation of the objectives and activities of the University to all of its publics and serves as a spokesperson for the University, and responsible for the offices of communications, public (primarily state) affairs, government affairs (located in Washington, D.C.), and community and regional affairs.
Tracks paid and unpaid absences for the VPCPA and the VPCPA’s direct reports.
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