Princeton University seeks a highly knowledgeable and skilled individual to serve as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 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 (Academic Professionals).
The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (Faculty) reports directly to the Dean of the Faculty and serves as a key member of the senior staff. This individual supervises the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Faculty, and an administrative assistant.
The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (Faculty) oversees the faculty search process, reviewing and approving ads, departmental search plans and candidate lists, and ensuring EEO compliance. The Associate Dean manages the assistant professor, instructor, and senior lecture recruitment and appointment processes, and reviews and approves their offer letters. In addition, this individual manages the extension of term process for childbirth or adoption, and childcare workload relief.
The Associate Dean manages the appointment and reappointment process for academic program, center and institute chairs and directors. Working with the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Faculty, this individual oversees the academic unit annual summer staffing meeting process. The Associate Dean handles the management of medical accommodations for faculty, and investigates complaints involving faculty, as assigned by the Deputy Dean of the Faculty.
The Associate Dean represents the ODOF on the following committees: Committee on the Course of Study, Academic Managers Group Steering Committee, Visiting Professor for Distinguished Teaching Selection Committee, 250th Anniversary Fund Review Committee, Disability Review Group.
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