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Requisition # 2024-18500
Date Posted 5 hours ago(2/21/2024 9:23 AM)
In this position, you will be an integral member of a research team focused on building complete software for cutting-edge research. As a Senior RSE, you will also mentor and provide technical leadership to other research contributors, as well as raise the software engineering capability of the team. You may also have the opportunity to co-author scientific publications. If you have a strong background in academic research as well as software engineering, you have the right skill set to make an immediate impact on this high-profile research project. You will be poised to grow and expand your programming skills and expertise into a dynamic new set of research problems. This position will require you to work closely with faculty, student/postdoctoral researchers, and technical staff in academic departments to enable and accelerate new research efforts.
Department
Computer Science
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18570
Date Posted 5 hours ago(2/21/2024 9:04 AM)
The Graduate School at Princeton University seeks candidates for the position of Assistant Director for Student Affairs and Residential Life (AD). Working under the supervision of the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and in collaboration with the other members of the Student Affairs team, the AD is a live-in professional responsible for supporting and enhancing the residential and co-curricular experience of graduate students residing in university housing.This professional will join the Student Affairs team in the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School, which offers a challenging and supportive work environment. Engaged and dedicated staff members within the office collaborate to improve the educational experience of all graduate students at Princeton. The work itself is extraordinarily rewarding: it is multi-faceted, always evolving, and meaningful. The AD upholds expectations for conduct and citizenship through conflict resolution, investigating and adjudicating lower level disciplinary issues, and on-call crisis management in consultation with the assistant and associate deans. The AD assists students around health and wellness issues and serves as a liaison between the student and other relevant offices. The AD serves as advisor to the residential committees and assists with community issues and concerns. The AD plans, implements, and supports educational and social programming at the graduate residences and campus-wide. The AD oversees and upholds policies that relate to graduate residential facilities. This is a 3-year term position, with the potential for renewal for an additional term, and will perform other student life-related activities to meet campus needs. For fullest consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply by March 22, 2024.
Department
Dean of the Graduate School
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Academic Administration
Requisition # 2024-18568
Date Posted 6 hours ago(2/21/2024 7:46 AM)
The SRA Senior Analyst, Cash, Subaward and Compliance plays a pivotal role in supporting the University’s research mission by providing financial management and compliance oversight to sponsored research expenditures, which totaled over $300 million in FY23. This position is responsible for performing critical cash management duties that affect the University’s cash flow process that includes submitting letters of credit draw down requests to federal sponsors for reimbursements of expenditures that average approximately $15 million per month.  Equally important for this position is to lead, analyze and audit complex compliance activities as a proactive strategy to strengthen internal controls as mandated by federal regulations, improve oversight of high-risk activities, and safeguard the University’s assets and reputation from harm due to non-compliance.  The SRA Senior Analyst is one of two positions that will work closely with the Associate Director, Cash, Subaward and Compliance providing the post award financial oversight of the University’s outgoing subcontracting agreements. This work includes:- Reviewing all subaward agreements and invoices for financial compliance,- Ensuring payments are remitted on a timely basis, and- Participating in the subaward risk assessment process and the subrecipient monitoring program for compliance with Uniform Guidance requirements and in partnership with the Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA).This position will serve as the University’s subject matter expert for cash management activities related to sponsored projects and work closely with the SRA Cash, Subaward and Compliance Specialist.  The SRA Senior Analyst, Cash, Subaward and Compliance will also work closely with the Associate Director, Cash, Subaward and Compliance, and the SRA Senior Associate Director to ensure the post-award strategy including subcontracting activities, that strengthen financial compliance and oversight is continuously evaluated, monitored, and refined for optimal success and effectiveness. This position will play a key role in co-facilitating efforts to respond to internal and external audits and investigations, as well as perform analysis over compliance areas such as cost transfers, cost sharing, effort certification, subaward invoices, and department research holding funds to understand the causes of non-compliance and identify potential solutions to mitigate these risks.   The Office of Finance & Treasury actively searches for staff members of exceptional ability and promise who share in Princeton University's commitment to excellence, and who present a diversity of viewpoints and cultures. We offer varied professional opportunities spanning all aspects of financial management, analysis, and processing in support of the teaching and research mission. As part of the University community, we respect the dignity and individuality of each member while trying to foster a sense of shared experience and common purpose. We are unwavering in our commitment to both diversity and community and embrace the variety of talents, backgrounds, and perspectives of all our colleagues.
Department
Sponsored Research Accounting
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Financial Services and Procurement
Requisition # 2024-18566
Date Posted 1 day ago(2/20/2024 1:50 PM)
Princeton University Library seeks a candidate to become a part of our digital imaging studio group, working with a variety of cultural heritage materials from our world-class Graphic Arts Collection. This opportunity to democratize access and help support academic pursuits of students and scholars from around the globe provides those with digital imaging skills the chance to work on the preparation and photography of manuscripts, artifacts, photographs, and artwork. This position is a full-time, two-year term position.
Department
Library-Deputy Univ Librarian
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Library
Requisition # 2024-18567
Date Posted 2 days ago(2/19/2024 4:34 PM)
The FlyWire Consortium, led by the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, recently released the first neuronal wiring diagram of an adult brain. The fruit fly connectome was obtained by processing electron microscopic brain images to reconstruct tens of millions of synapses between 100,000 neurons. With this historic milestone attained, neuroscience has clearly entered the connectomic era. The image processing benefited from modern high performance computing and artificial intelligence. But the images were acquired from slices of the fly brain that were collected manually, in a manner that has remained essentially unchanged for over 50 years. We are building an engineering team to modernize the collection of ultrathin brain slices with a pick-and-place robot guided by computer vision. The task is to pick up slices floating on water and place them on substrates suitable for electron microscopic imaging. This is the kind of technological innovation necessary to scale up connectomics from flies to large mammalian brains more like our own. We are seeking a robotics engineer to design and build the robot, interface it with a control system, and collaborate with a robot vision engineer to control the pick and place operations. This full-time position has an initial appointment of one year and possibility of renewal based on satisfactory performance. For more information, see these publications. Timothy J. Lee et al. Large-scale neuroanatomy using LASSO: loop-based automated serial sectioning operation. PLoS One 13:e0206172 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0206172John Ngai. BRAIN 2.0: Transforming neuroscience. Cell 185, 4-8 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2021.11.037Sven Dorkenwald et al. Neuronal wiring diagram of an adult brain. bioRxiv 2023. https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.06.27.546656
Department
Princeton Neuroscience Inst
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2023-18018
Date Posted 2 days ago(2/19/2024 3:30 PM)
Reporting to the Business Intelligence Analyst for University Services, the Data Analyst provides analytics and reporting services to University Services department administration and its staff.  The Data Analyst is responsible for creating, maintaining and disseminating ad hoc, self-service, and interactive reports and visualizations along with facilitating the production and sharing of analytical tools by division IT staff and analysts.  The data analyst will work with both operational and financial data, and will develop a deep understanding of these data and how they interrelate. This position will identify opportunities for improving process efficiencies through the application of data analytics, create data workflows, integrate data between University Services systems, improve data quality, and assist in researching and correcting data related issues.  This position will create and maintain databases and stored procedures in MySQL, MS SQL Server, and Oracle, as well as write and maintain Python scripts. The Data Analyst will serve the data and reporting needs for the following service areas: Campus Dining, Campus Support Services, Housing and Real Estate Services, Transportation and Parking Services, Print and Mail Services, Conference and Event Services, the Service Point, and University Services Administration. Along with the Business Intelligence Analyst, the Data Analyst will be responsible for working with University Services business and technical staff, the Office of Information Technology, and other campus partners to develop and maintain a robust data warehouse portfolio serving the analytical and reporting needs of the division.  This responsibility includes defining, documenting and maintaining departmental metadata, ensuring new system implementations adhere to pre-defined consistent data standards, exploratory data analysis, and requirements gathering, report and visualization development, and managing internal and external access to data assets (databases, extracts, ETL, dashboards, and reports). Additionally, the position will play a key role in building, implementing, and maintaining the University Services analytics program and its capabilities.  This role will support the Business Intelligence Analyst by helping to define, implement, and communicate new project processes, training programs, and learning opportunities, reviewing and providing feedback regarding data governance strategies and documentation standards. As an ambassador for analytics, the position will facilitate all University Services departments in developing new analytical capabilities, and will train department staff on how to utilize the analytics products for making data-driven decisions. A successful candidate will not only possess strong data analysis technical skill but will also be committed to continual development of data analysis skills and knowledge.  Also, a successful candidate will be required to develop a strong understanding of the mission, functions, and processes of all University Services departments and Princeton University. Finally, a successful candidate will be committed to understanding and contributing to diversity and inclusion at the university and division level. 
Department
University Services
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18556
Date Posted 2 days ago(2/19/2024 11:33 AM)
This position will support the Chirik Lab by conducting research in inorganic chemistry. This is a temporary position.
Department
Chemistry
Job Type
Temporary
Category
Research and Laboratory
Application Deadline
2/23/2024
Requisition # 2024-18562
Date Posted 2 days ago(2/19/2024 10:16 AM)
Under the leadership of the Director of Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS), the Health Promotion Manager (HPM) for Well-Being Initiatives uses ecological strategies, health promotion and health behavior theory and strategies, knowledge of social justice theories and health disparities, and quantitative and qualitative data to systematically improve the health and wellbeing environment for Princeton University students, faculty, and staff. The HPM provides creative and proactive leadership for initiatives within HPPS and acts as a liaison to multiple campus stakeholders around a variety of health promotion topics and strategies.  The HPM for Well-Being Initiatives interfaces regularly with our high-achieving student body and campus-wide colleagues through management of several projects of Princeton’s health and well-being initiative, hereafter referred to as TigerWell, including the Grant Program, the Campus Well-Being Partnership, and the UHS team of Outreach Counselors. The HPM may also coordinate other project-based efforts and health promotion programs alongside HPPS staff using health behavior theory and an ecological framework. To advance these projects, the HPM will be adept at establishing solid collaborative relationships with staff and administrators within UHS and from other units across campus, as they will serve as a consultative resource to those campus partners to apply the health promotion process and evidence-based strategies to improve the campus environment, support healthier behaviors, advance health equity conversations and education, build a foundation from a unified, holistic approach to well-being, and assist campus partners in achieving measurable improvements in student well-being. Although undergraduate and graduate students represent the area’s primary focus, the HPM role recognizes that our University community is rich with important interdependencies and opportunities for modeling and learning among all campus constituencies.
Department
Health Services
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2024-18559
Date Posted 2 days ago(2/19/2024 8:59 AM)
The administrative coordinator plays a pivotal role as the front-office administrator for a large, multi-institutional NASA heliophysics research mission led by a Principal Investigator (PI) in the Space Physics Group of the Department of Astrophysical Sciences. The administrative coordinator provides executive level support to the PI, Program Manager (PM), and Operations Manager (OM) of the NASA mission, and reports to the Manager of Finance & Administration of the Space Physics Group.The Space Physics Group conceives, designs, develops, calibrates, and flies cutting-edge space instrumentation on NASA missions. The on-site Space Physics Lab is a space instrument laboratory as well as a teaching laboratory for undergraduate and graduate students. We’re looking for a highly organized person who can work with a high degree of independence to complete a variety of administrative tasks for this vibrant group of researchers, engineers, technicians, and administrators. This is an opportunity to play an important role in supporting the science and operations of NASA-funded research missions. 
Department
Astrophysical Sciences
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Administrative Support
Application Deadline
2/26/2024
Requisition # 2024-18561
Date Posted 3 days ago(2/19/2024 12:43 AM)
The Domain Architect is part of the University Data Office (UDO) and provides enterprise level expertise and enabling support for data across one of several key cross cutting domains (Student, Faculty & Research, People, Finance & Services). The position works closely with a broad range of Princeton University's leaders, administrative offices, and IT partners on initiatives to enable the responsible collection and management of rich institutional data and its translation into useful information to achieve strategic goals. The role requires a balance of nuanced subject matter knowledge of data across the specified domain, senior data analyst expertise, project management acumen, and the ability and passion to operationalize data management through the application of standards and conventions for data collection, quality, definition, lineage, translation, reporting, and use. The University Data Office is a unit within the Office of the Provost with responsibility for developing and incorporating a campus-wide data strategy to enable strategic decision making by serving as the nexus between the strategic questions, the data resources, the technical solutions, and the consumers of information. Under the direction of the University Data Officer, reporting to the Senior Director of Information Architecture, and working hand in glove with the UDO's Data Governance team, the Domain Architect will collaboratively plan, coordinate, and implement initiatives within and across data domains to document Princeton's data assets. Enabling a robust analytics culture is an essential pillar of the University's data strategy. For the University's strong and capable core of data analysts to focus on deriving insights instead of finding and securing, preparing and massaging data requires highly experienced Domain Architects with expertise and understanding of data across source applications, stewards and business processes, organizations, reporting life cycles, and compliance requirements of the specified domain. The position is an important implementer of Princeton's information model, working closely with data stewards and analysts to develop and maintain consistent data definitions and to collate the nuances in meaning, merging, and interpretation. The role will also work with the Data Governance team, stewards, and application managers to assure that appropriate and consistent data collection and quality standards are maintained across the array of domain related sources.
Department
Provost
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18560
Date Posted 3 days ago(2/19/2024 12:22 AM)
The Domain Architect is part of the University Data Office (UDO) and provides enterprise level expertise and enabling support for data across one of several key cross cutting domains (Student, Faculty & Research, People, Finance & Services). The position works closely with a broad range of Princeton University's leaders, administrative offices, and IT partners on initiatives to enable the responsible collection and management of rich institutional data and its translation into useful information to achieve strategic goals. The role requires a balance of nuanced subject matter knowledge of data across the specified domain, senior data analyst expertise, project management acumen, and the ability and passion to operationalize data management through the application of standards and conventions for data collection, quality, definition, lineage, translation, reporting, and use. The University Data Office is a unit within the Office of the Provost with responsibility for developing and incorporating a campus-wide data strategy to enable strategic decision making by serving as the nexus between the strategic questions, the data resources, the technical solutions, and the consumers of information. Under the direction of the University Data Officer, reporting to the Senior Director of Information Architecture, and working hand in glove with the UDO's Data Governance team, the Domain Architect will collaboratively plan, coordinate, and implement initiatives within and across data domains to document Princeton's data assets. Enabling a robust analytics culture is an essential pillar of the University's data strategy. For the University's strong and capable core of data analysts to focus on deriving insights instead of finding and securing, preparing and massaging data requires highly experienced Domain Architects with expertise and understanding of data across source applications, stewards and business processes, organizations, reporting life cycles, and compliance requirements of the specified domain. The position is an important implementer of Princeton's information model, working closely with data stewards and analysts to develop and maintain consistent data definitions and to collate the nuances in meaning, merging, and interpretation. The role will also work with the Data Governance team, stewards, and application managers to assure that appropriate and consistent data collection and quality standards are maintained across the array of domain related sources.
Department
Provost
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18555
Date Posted 3 days ago(2/18/2024 11:24 PM)
The Research Software Engineering (RSE) Group, located institutionally in Princeton Research Computing but extending across campus, is hiring an Associate Director of Research Software Engineering. You will report to the Sr. Director of Research Software Engineering.The RSE Group collectively provides computational research expertise to nearly every division at Princeton: Engineering and Applied Science, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. The RSE group is a centralized team of software experts focused on improving the quality, performance, and sustainability of Princeton’s computational research software. The group is committed to building collaborative environments that value the best software engineering practices for sharing and applying cross-disciplinary computational techniques in new and emerging areas.  In this position, you will build and lead a growing team of Research Software Engineers who provide dedicated expertise to researchers to create the most efficient, scalable, and sustainable research code possible to enable new scientific and scholarly advances. You will have the opportunity, and be encouraged, to bring new initiatives, technologies, and/or approaches to the RSE group and Princeton Research Software Community.You will develop strong relationships with new research groups to understand and assess their research software needs, determine the appropriate RSE support model, and work to match or recruit researchers with the right competencies and fit to a project. You’ll act as a liaison to departments, overseeing the work of several research software engineers, making sure that each project is benefiting appropriately from the research collaboration and addressing, troubleshooting, or problem-solving any barriers or roadblocks with RSEs. You will oversee and encourage the professional development of the research software engineers you manage by engaging with the broader research community, and encouraging and enabling their participation in the boarder University research mission via training workshops, advising, consultation, curricular support, and/or participating in conferences or research groups outside of their immediate team. Finally, as part of the RSE management team, you will contribute to the strategic vision and mission for Research Software Engineering at Princeton. If you have a background in research software development and experience leading teams, you are poised to make an immediate impact on the research software engineering landscape at Princeton.  You will collaborate closely with colleagues in Research Computing as well as with leading faculty researchers, student researchers, and technical staff in University departments, national labs, and industry. This role functions within a dynamic, supportive team environment that permits diverse backgrounds to thrive, including those wanting to make a career change and those with non-traditional career tracks, educational paths, or life experiences. If this environment sounds like a strong match, or even an exciting challenge, we encourage you to apply and use your cover letter to explain why you would be a good fit for the role.
Department
Research Computing
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18551
Date Posted 3 days ago(2/18/2024 6:03 PM)
Princeton Language and Intelligence (PLI), a recently launched initiative at Princeton University, seeks to develop fundamental understanding of large AI models; enable their application to research and education across academic disciplines; and study societal and ethical implications of AI as well as develop methods to avert any harms. The initiative will be growing and evolving rapidly over the coming years, with a cutting-edge computing environment and an annual budget of around $10M.PLI seeks an individual experienced in both the research environment and academic administration, to lead all aspects of administration, including finances, hiring (of staff and researchers), funding and grant administration, programmatic details including liaison with other university units, and day-to-day operations. This position will report to the PLI Director, with a secondary reporting relationship to the Senior Manager of Academic Administration at Princeton. The Assistant Director must have the capacity to help the Director envision and develop and manage new events, interdisciplinary initiatives, and new communications strategies. They will develop the unit's budget in collaboration with the Director and be responsible for the careful and appropriate management of funds and resources. The Assistant Director, as head of the administrative staff, will oversee day-to-day operations; support high-profile research collaborations and public events, often with other Princeton departments and centers as well as external institutions; and manage public communications, website and print materials.
Department
Language& Intelligence Initiat
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Academic Administration
Requisition # 2024-18557
Date Posted 3 days ago(2/18/2024 5:58 PM)
The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) at Princeton University is seeking a Senior Manager of Finance and Administration.  EEB is unique in its broad and interdisciplinary perspective, where faculty members and students join together to unravel the mysteries of how animals, plants, and microbes function, how they interact, and how they evolve in a changing world. These activities ultimately shape public health, biodiversity conservation, and environmental policy.  Under the broad direction of the Chair, the Senior Manager of Finance and Administration, plans, oversees, and directs the administrative and financial affairs of the Department. S/he works closely with the Chair to execute policy and strategic direction for the Department and leads short and long-term planning for department operations and activities. The senior manager synthesizes and distills information critical to enabling the Chair to make effective and timely decisions that optimize the department's teaching, and research. The senior manager reports directly to the EEB chair, with a secondary reporting relationship to the Director of Academic Administration. EEB has a robust community of 22 faculty, 60 research staff and visitors, 16 administrative and technical staff, 55 graduate students, and 75 undergraduate concentrators. EEB has many scholarly intersections the School for Public and International Affairs, Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Lewis Sigler Institute, and High Meadows Environmental Institute. It also offers EEB interdisciplinary initiatives and other resources with the Department of Geosciences, Princeton Institute of International Relations, and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Department
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Academic Administration
Requisition # 2023-18099
Date Posted 3 days ago(2/18/2024 2:11 PM)
The Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Senior Specialist (Senior Specialist) will collaborate with colleagues in Human Resources and across campus to support the advancement of employee-focused institutional and departmental DEI goals. The Senior Specialist will directly interact with senior leaders to customize and implement unit DEI plans and initiatives aligned with Princeton's DEI strategy. They will be responsible for executing DEI data reviews, identifying trends, and developing strategies customized to meet the needs of specific units. The Senior Specialist will assist units in facilitating DEI committees and developing DEI learning paths. The Senior Specialist will serve as a resource and a contact for units on a broad range of DEI matters. They will provide consultative support to a wide range of employees from diverse cultural and identity groups, with varying degrees of DEI subject matter knowledge, and among all types of positions within the institution. Therefore, candidates should have knowledge and experience in DEI, DEI data analysis, familiarity with workplace dynamics and functions, and strong coaching skills.
Department
Human Resources
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Diversity and Inclusion
Requisition # 2024-18552
Date Posted 5 days ago(2/16/2024 5:44 PM)
The Special Assistant to the Deputy Dean will facilitate the administration of Princeton's evolving on-campus summer academic and co-curricular undergraduate programs through close collaborations with key University partners. The selected candidate will lead the on-campus summer registration process, assist with the management of the newly inaugurated Summer Research & Learning Village, support the development of policies and procedures pertaining to summer on campus, coordinate with campus partners to develop and distribute timely communications to departments, administrative units, and undergraduates, and offer a programming calendar to Summer Research & Learning Village participants, as well as assist with the mid- to long-term planning of a coordinated summer term on Princeton's campus. While focused on the summer period, this role requires year-round work. This includes assessment, strategic planning, policy reviews, process and systems enhancements, communications, training, registration, and other implementation efforts. This is a full-time, benefits eligible, two-year term position. For full consideration, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter with their application. 
Department
Office of the Dean of College
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Academic Administration
Requisition # 2024-18498
Date Posted 5 days ago(2/16/2024 2:46 PM)
The Systems Administrator provides software and hardware support to faculty, researchers, staff, and students in the Department of Physics and the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science (PCTS) at Princeton University. The Systems Administrator must have strong experience with a variety of technology including workstation and server administration and maintenance. The position requires the ability to install, configure and troubleshoot a variety of desktop, networking, and information access tools in a heterogeneous environment. Initiative, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and manage multiple priorities simultaneously are essential.
Department
Physics
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18554
Date Posted 5 days ago(2/16/2024 1:47 PM)
The Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science seeks a talented science writer to lead communications for two of the School’s prominent academic departments. Princeton Engineering is in a period of major growth. Creative and strategic communications are critical to maximizing the impact of our activities. This is a full-time position with a hybrid schedule and a competitive salary and benefits package. Reporting to the Office of Engineering Communications and working within a collaborative team, the Engineering Communication Specialist will focus on the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), one of the largest and fastest growing departments on campus, and the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE), a small yet dynamic department home to some of Princeton’s most prominent researchers and most exciting interdisciplinary initiatives. The incumbent will craft a range of cohesive messages and create content across traditional and digital media, working to advance the ECE and MAE strategic missions by promoting their research priorities, teaching activities and brands. The incumbent will also act as liaison for ECE and MAE with broader campus communications networks and interact regularly and closely with faculty, postdocs, staff, administration and students. With a journalistic approach, the successful candidate will excel at making technical information exciting to a non-specialist audience, including broad non-scientific audiences. Editorial duties will include reporting and writing research news and feature items; brief stories highlighting awards and other accomplishments; and profiles of students and researchers. The incumbent will also help manage and maintain websites and other digital and print materials; direct or produce video content; arrange and art-direct photo shoots; and create, edit and manage social media content. The role may require the skills to hire and supervise freelance content creators.The incumbent will work in a cross-functional team environment with communication specialists serving other departments and centers. We share ideas and best practices and collaborate and support each other’s work as opportunities arise. The incumbent must be extremely well organized, exhibit exceptional attention to detail and be able to troubleshoot and multitask.Responsibilities include content strategy, content generation and curation, project management and social media management. Please include 3-5 relevant work samples of published writing that demonstrates your ability to convey technical information to a broad audience.
Department
Engineering & Applied Science
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Communications and Public Relations
Requisition # 2024-18539
Date Posted 5 days ago(2/16/2024 9:35 AM)
The Data Visualization Specialist will partner with members of the Researcher Engagement group to work on data visualization projects that help researchers, scholars, and students turn data into effective visualizations (such as graphs, charts, models, or maps). This work will involve learning and using both data visualization and data management best practices. This is a temporary summer position with approximate start and end dates of June 3 and August 2.
Department
Research Computing
Job Type
Temporary
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18540
Date Posted 5 days ago(2/16/2024 9:29 AM)
The Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) mission is to enhance the living, learning, and working experience at Princeton University by protecting life, maintaining order, and safeguarding property. Under the direction of the Assistant Vice President of the Department of Public Service, the Business IT Systems Manager is responsible for substantial systems, projects, and other work covering a wide range of technology, including, but not limited to, Public Safety IT services and public safety/police telecommunications and related infrastructures. As the business support manager for several critical Public Safety systems, this role is responsible for business technology management, oversight of service analytics, and multiple functional system requirements (training, user acceptance testing, business stakeholder management, etc.).Duties include but are not limited to maintenance of user accounts, monitoring service levels, ensuring that the technology deployed supports robust continuity of operations, ensuring systems and network security, working with all members of the department to ensure users are fully trained and comfortable with critical public safety technology, development, and management of budgets for vendors, support organizations, materials, services, and other necessary expenditures, as well as preparing and presenting appropriations to secure funding for upgrades or new initiatives. 
Department
Public Safety
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology

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