Campus Life at Princeton University has recently received a multi-year gift focusing on undergraduate and graduate student health, wellbeing, and resilience. This gift will be used to support an Initiative that will have multiple components including skills-building, outreach, events, professional development, and a research study. The Project Manager (PM), in coordination with Campus Life leaders, will be responsible for leading efforts to bring the vision for the Initiative to reality. The PM will direct the Initiative and In addition, the PM will help develop, manage, and support the data infrastructure for a multi-year study of Princeton students, both graduate and undergraduate.
The ideal PM candidate for this position will have a significant campus-based prevention, outreach, and training background, and will hold an advanced degree in public health or the equivalent credential. Specifically, the PM will be able to conceptualize health promotion in the context of higher education, possess knowledge of health promotion, behavior change, population-based theories and models, evidence-informed health promotion programs/initiatives, and the social ecological model. The PM will demonstrate a commitment to diversity, social justice, and cultural competence and the ability to work in a multicultural environment.
Because this is a new position, the Project Manager must also have prowess in developing and launching new initiatives. These include, but are not limited to, possessing outstanding organizational skills, promoting the organizational capacities in others, and adeptness in establishing solid collaborative relationships with staff and administrators from other departments.
This position is a 3 year term opportunity with possibility of extension.
Project Management and Leadership (50%)
Research and Evaluation (30%)
Initiative Administration (20%)
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