Housing and Real Estate Services (HRES) is seeking to fill the role of the Associate Director for Housing Facilities and Planning who will lead a team that is responsible for comprehensive ownership of the housing inventory. This work will include collaboration with Facilities for facility oversight of the undergraduate, graduate, and faculty and staff housing programs. This role leads the team which also manages and maintains the current housing inventory and assists in the future planning of the dormitory and apartment rental programs. This team also supports the University’s Princeton Faculty Residential Purchase Plan (PFRPP) program projects.
Reporting to the Director of Housing, the Associate Director drives significant service initiatives in the dormitory and rental housing inventory as well as the implementation of a capital renewal program. The Associate Director will lead a Senior Manager for Housing Properties and a team of Area Coordinators responsible for various facets of the University housing programs including residential property management, customer service delivery, capital renewal, fire safety and condition inspections, and emergency response. This role requires exceptional leadership and facilities management skills, competence in setting and achieving high customer service levels, sophisticated analytical and strategic decision-making capabilities, and communication and interpersonal savvy.
The scale of housing operations at Princeton is unique and diverse with 5,700 dormitory beds for undergraduate and graduate students on campus, approximately 700 rental units for graduate students, and 600 rental units for faculty and staff members. The University also provides houses for the Heads of College which are used for residential and for student life program purposes. Additionally, the University’s Strategic Framework Plan and Campus Plan have committed to the expansion of the undergraduate student body by 500 students.
In all of these areas the successful candidate should be able to bring a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship and perspectives from prior work experience to enlighten different approaches to the department’s work.
A full job description will be furnished prior to interview.
University Residential Property Management Oversight
Staff Development and Customer Service Oversight
Capital Project and Campus Plan Development and Implementation
Inspections, Emergency Recovery, and Special Event Coordination Oversight
Property and Project Management Budget Oversight
Other Duties as Assigned
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