The Director of Employee Health is responsible for the overall management of the Employee Health service which includes occupational health care, workers’ compensation and short term disability case management, immunization services, travel planning, medical surveillance for OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) mandated programs and outreach to campus partners regarding health as it relates to employment for approximately 6,250 staff and faculty at Princeton University, and students who are employed by the University.
The Director is responsible for ensuring that high quality occupational health care and customer service are delivered to internal and external customers in keeping with the mission and values of University Health Services (UHS). This individual represents UHS in campus collaborations involved in maintaining a safe and healthy workforce on the Princeton University campus.
The Director also serves as an Assistant Director to the Medical Director. In this role, they serve on the planning committee and lead initiatives for Medical Services.
While responsible for the overall management and oversight of the Employee Health service, the Director provides medical care for staff and faculty in the context of occupational medicine.
Clinical Care (30%)
- Oversees the clinical healthcare providers performing the following, and provides direct clinical service when needed:
- Provides leadership for the Employee Health clinical team and represents Employee Health on the Medical Services’ leadership team.
Health Promotion and Education (10%)
- Supports, encourages and participates in health promotion programs in the workplace. These programs are designed to reduce injury and promote health and wellbeing of University staff and faculty by collaborating with the offices of Health Promotion and Wellness, Human Resources and Environmental Health and Safety (i.e. smoking cessation program, screening programs, and blood borne pathogen training).
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW