Princeton is seeking to expand its staff with the addition of an Associate University Architect to execute the University’s ambitious Campus Plan. Reporting to the University Architect, and working within a team of Facilities colleagues, this individual will be responsible for representing Facilities and the Office of the University Architect in providing leadership and coordination of numerous planning studies and capital projects, including buildings, landscape, preservation work, sustainability initiatives, parking and transportation studies, and infrastructure.
There is no better institution for the discipline of campus design than Princeton University. Princeton takes pride in the beauty of its campus and the extent to which it supports the pursuit of its mission. With the recent completion of the 2026 Campus Plan (https://campusplan.princeton.edu/current-campus-plan), Princeton is beginning a new phase of construction, with a new ten-year capital program of approximately $3B. Planning and design over the next ten years will carefully steward and dramatically expand the existing campus footprint. Planning and design must be coordinated for a new bridge over Lake Carnegie, the new Lake Campus, two new residential colleges, new facilities for Environmental Studies and the School of Engineering & Applied Science, new athletic fields, new facilities for campus life, and numerous other projects.
The Princeton environment provides:
This is a five year term, benefits eligible position.
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