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Requisition # 2024-18405
Date Posted 3 weeks ago(1/29/2024 8:31 AM)
Facilities, Operations invites you to apply to its Building Services team as a part-time custodian. The custodian spends a significant portion of the workday in Princeton University buildings, interacting with the community while being responsible for all phases of cleaning and maintaining our beautiful campus.  Starting hourly rate: $20.57Schedule: 11pm - 3am (The 11pm -3am shift begins Sunday evening and ends Friday morning) More Impact Than You Can ImagineFacilities supports Princeton's educational mission by stewarding the University’s campus in a sustainable way to create an environment of exceptional quality where learning and research thrive. If you share our values for teamwork, innovation, integrity, inclusiveness, respect, and sustainability, we welcome you to join our team.
Department
Building Services-Custodians
Job Type
Part-Time
Category
Maintenance and Custodial Services
Requisition # 2024-18410
Date Posted 4 weeks ago(1/26/2024 3:01 PM)
Princeton University seeks a dynamic and self-motivated Executive Assistant (EA) to join the Office of the Vice President for the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab (PPPL). The Vice President for the PPPL serves on the Princeton University President's Cabinet and Council; a renowned space physicist and professor of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University, where served on the National Academies Space Studies Board (SSB) and NASA Advisory Council (NAC) and chaired the NAC Science Committee (NAC-SC) and has served on numerous other national and international committees and panels. As VP, he also serves on the Princeton University Executive Compliance Committee, and the Brookhaven National Laboratory Science Associates Boards of Directors. In partnership with, and with the advisement of the Director of the office of the vice president for PPPL, the EA supports the strategic vision of the VP through proactive planning, precise reporting, creative programming, and relationship building. This is an exciting opportunity to utilize your superior administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills to provide high-level administrative support to the Vice President (VP).As an executive assistant to the VP for the PPPL, responsibilities include handling all administrative and schedule requirements of the Office of the VP for the PPPL (OVP), including all day-to-day administrative and financial functions of the department. A critical competency of this role is to be able to handle sensitive and confidential information with the utmost discretion and tact. The EA also manages the financial processing, travel and meeting coordination, and events management for the PPPL Advisory Board (PPPL AB).The EA must possess the ability to establish priorities, work with limited supervision, and , anticipate changing schedule demands in order to meet deadlines. This position will work with other experienced Executive Assistances at Princeton University, PPPL, and the federal government to ensure mission success.This position reports to the Director of the OVP for the PPPL. This full-time, benefits eligible position is located on the Forrestal Campus at PPPL, but will also involve a significant amount of time on the main University campus.
Department
Vice President, PPL
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Administrative Support
Requisition # 2024-18414
Date Posted 4 weeks ago(1/26/2024 1:02 PM)
Housed within the Office of the Dean of the College, the Emma Bloomberg Center for Access & Opportunity (EBCAO) brings together a suite of Princeton University initiatives that support and advance the institution’s commitment to ensuring that students from all backgrounds have the information, support, and mentorship that they need to access and succeed in higher education. The Center is home to a variety of programs designed to develop, implement, and disseminate best practices for supporting and empowering students, particularly those from historically marginalized backgrounds, as they transition to, move through, and succeed beyond their college experience. EBCAO programs have summer institutes and programs, which may require more intensive hands-on work during spring preparation and summer months. Reporting to the Center Manager, the Finance and Personnel Coordinator supports the daily financial operations and reporting of EBCAO, helping to manage the various financial systems and processes in support of the Center’s operations. They also support the onboarding and payment of student participants, student employees, casual hourly employees, summer faculty, and other short-term staff. Finally, they support the Center Manager in general program administration, operations, and event planning as necessary.
Department
Emma Bloomberg Ctr Access&Opp
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Administrative Support
Requisition # 2023-18191
Date Posted 4 weeks ago(1/25/2024 3:12 PM)
The department of Geosciences seeks an experienced professional to serve as the Business Manager, who will have primary responsibility for managing the finances of the department. Located in Guyot Hall, Geosciences is at the forefront of scientific discovery in the solid earth, the environmental geosciences and oceanography/climate science by combining computational methods, field work, and laboratory analysis.  The Business Manager will function independently and must be a creative and resourceful problem solver across multiple domains. They will be an integral member of the department’s administrative leadership team, and will be deeply involved in financial strategic planning and implementation, working with the department chair and department manager. The Business Manager is expected to have extensive experience with sponsored research and must be proficient with both pre-award and post-award aspects of sponsored research management.
Department
Geosciences
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Financial Services and Procurement
Requisition # 2024-18391
Date Posted 4 weeks ago(1/24/2024 4:04 PM)
As a key member of the NSF I-Corps Hub: Northeast Region team, you will actively seek out faculty and graduate students that could be good candidates for participating in the NSF I-Corps Hub: Northeast Region programming. You will conduct recruitment and outreach activities to increase the number of participants in the I-Corps Hub programming. We are looking for a team member with a determined, engaging, and inquisitive disposition, who is genuinely excited by scientific research and the impact it can create. The ideal candidate will understand a wide range of scientific fields, the driving factors behind the success or failure of a technology and will be able to determine the technology readiness level while thinking creatively about potential applications. The National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (NSF I-CorpsTM) Northeast Hub is led by Princeton University, in collaboration with several other prestigious universities in the region and is a member of the larger National Innovation Network. The NSF I-Corps Hub: Northeast Region has developed a regional network of academic, industrial and government partnerships that will grow the nation’s capacity to transform scientific discoveries into tangible societal benefits. Serving as a catalyst to democratize access to opportunities through educational and training programs, the Hub directly leads to the formation of new commercial ventures to translate laboratory discoveries for societal impact. This is a 3-year term position, with the possibility of renewal.
Department
Vice Dean for Innovation
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Academic Administration
Requisition # 2024-18390
Date Posted 4 weeks ago(1/24/2024 4:01 PM)
The National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (NSF I-CorpsTM) Northeast Hub is led by Princeton University, in collaboration with several other prestigious universities in the region, and is a member of the larger National Innovation Network. The Northeast I-Corps Hub will develop a regional network of academic, industrial and government partnerships that will grow the nation’s capacity to transform scientific discoveries into tangible societal benefits. Serving as a catalyst to democratize access to opportunities through educational and training programs, the Hub will directly lead to the formation of new commercial ventures to translate laboratory discoveries for societal impact. Reporting to the I-Corps Hub Lead Instructor, the Coordinator performs a wide range of responsibilities to support the I-Corps Hub programs. The Coordinator assists in the daily management of the Hub and also works closely with participating teams, primarily comprised of graduate students and faculty, to provide assistance and support before, during and after their participation in I-Corps cohorts. This is a very exciting opportunity for individuals seeking to support the innovation ecosystem at Princeton, and in the broader Northeast region, and nationally. This Hub Coordinator will be involved in building exciting and impactful programs from the ground up, to help grow the next generation of deep technology startups to solve critical societal problems. The Hub Coordinator will manage standardization of I-Corps programs, team recruiting logistics, and hosting of regional cohorts at Princeton and across Partners and Affiliates. This position plays a critical role in ensuring the I-Corps programs are delivered efficiently, rigorously, and effectively, while serving a broad range of participants and engaging with stakeholders from the innovation ecosystem throughout Princeton and the broader region. This is a 3-year term position, with the possiblity of renewal.
Department
Vice Dean for Innovation
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Administrative Support
Requisition # 2023-17691
Date Posted 4 weeks ago(1/24/2024 3:36 PM)
The Office of Communications seeks a meticulous Copy Editor/Proofreader to help ensure the University's public-facing communications maintain an exceptionally high level of accuracy and overall excellence that reflects positively on the University's reputation. The copy editor/proofreader will provide detailed fact-checking for a wide range of print and online materials where 100% accuracy is critical. The Copy Editor/Proofreader will also provide organizational support to the editorial team in the Office of Communications. This position is a benefits-eligible, 2-year term position.  This job is in-person four days a week, one day remote. 
Department
Communications
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Communications and Public Relations
Requisition # 2024-18397
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/24/2024 1:24 PM)
Princeton University seeks an experienced, dedicated professional to fill the role of Sr. Financial Analyst in the Facilities Department, Facilities Finance Capital Projects (FFCP).  Under the direction of the Capital Finance Manager, the Sr. Financial Analyst supports budget processing, analysis, and reporting needs for the management of capital projects from design through close out for both new construction and renovations. This position will serve as a financial liaison between FFCP, Office of Capital Projects (OCP), project managers and various University financial units. The Sr. Financial Analyst  will work closely with 10+ Program and Project Managers within OCP throughout each project lifecycle and will function as a key player in the communication of the project funding and governance processes. In addition, this position will be responsible for managing one (1) Financial Analyst and their portfolio of projects. Given our rapidly changing environment, flexibility, and the ability to adjust priorities autonomously is essential. Responsibilities will also include training and guiding project managers throughout the OCP Financial processes. With a staff of over 700, spread across 9 departments and 20 shops, Facilities is a multifaceted organization providing support to the entire Princeton University campus. In order to provide the services needed to maintain and grow a world-class institution, Facilities utilizes an operating budget of over $120 million, a capital program expending nearly $300 million a year, and an annual Major Maintenance program of $45 million. The Facilities Finance Capital Projects (FFCP) group, embedded within the Facilities Finance and Administrative Services department is responsible for providing shared services to all Facilities clients as well as the broader university.  This is a three-year, benefits eligible position.
Department
Facilities Fin & Admin Srvcs
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Financial Services and Procurement
Requisition # 2024-18381
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/22/2024 6:53 PM)
Campus Dining, a division of University Services, is a dynamic and progressive culinary organization responsible for the food program management in residential dining halls, retail venues, and catering across campus. The residential dining program consists of six colleges, the graduate school, and a kosher facility. Catering offers the campus community a broad range of services including high profile receptions, full-service dinners, catering delivery service, and a newly developed food truck, which currently offers two separate menus. The retail dining program consists of seven cafes, a food gallery located in the Frist Campus Center, a convenience store, Prospect House – the University’s faculty and staff club, Palmer House – a nine-bedroom guest house, and athletic concessions. Nutrition and sustainability are important initiatives of Campus Dining. Menus provide options for a healthy diet and promote well-balanced meals. Campus Dining also operates an Allergy Awareness program to assist guests with special dietary needs. In addition, through Campus Dining’s Sustainability Initiative, thoughtful consideration is given to the broader context of social and environmental issues surrounding food production, distribution, and preparation.  The Campus Dining food program is culinary-driven based on culinary principles of healthy and sustainable menus. The food program focuses on scientific research, innovative menu concepts, and food and ingredients. Menus are globally inspired and plant-centric which celebrate cultural diversity and discovery. Campus Dining’s Culinary Council and a team of Food and Beverage professionals develop unique memorable experiences for our students, faculty, and staff. Campus Dining’s vision for the future engages our campus community in activity-based learning. Our guiding principles are:  - Team and People: to inspire our team of hospitality professionals- Service Excellence: to deliver excellence in food and beverage service and production- Efficiency and Effectiveness: to continually develop innovative solutions that are fiscally responsible while being sustainable for our community, health, well-being, and the environment. Reporting directly to the Senior Associate Director of Finance, the Payroll Administrator provides accurate payroll service by working closely with the directors, managers, supervisors and the Finance & Treasury (F&T) payroll staff, and serves as the central point of contact for over 400 employees within Campus Dining and will have responsibility for one direct report, Department Office Support II. The Payroll Administrator must be able to: provide ongoing training and development opportunities for senior leadership, front-line managers and student managers; correspond with appropriate urgency to situations that arise; solve problems efficiently and effectively; have integrity and discretion in handling sensitive and confidential information; and be the consummate professional in interacting with all levels of individuals internally.  
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Administrative Support
Requisition # 2024-18377
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/22/2024 1:57 PM)
The Operations Manager (Retail) is responsible for providing working leadership in the daily operations of all food and beverage offerings in all retail establishments.  The manager must ensure proper staffing and focus on service, operating efficiencies, and maintain guest satisfaction levels in accordance with Campus Dining standards in order to deliver the highest quality service to all of the University community. Campus Dining is a dynamic and progressive department responsible for the food program management in residential dining halls, retail venues, and catering across campus.  The residential dining program consists of six colleges, the graduate school, and a kosher facility.  Catering offers the campus community a broad range of services including high profile receptions, full-service dinners, catering delivery service, and a Food Truck, which currently offers two separate menus.  The retail dining program consists of eight cafes, a food gallery located in the Frist Campus Center, a convenience store, Prospect House—the University’s faculty and staff club, Palmer House—a nine-bedroom guest house, and athletic concessions. Nutrition and sustainability are important initiatives of Campus Dining.  Menus provide options for a healthy diet and promote well-balanced meals.  Campus Dining also operates an Allergy Awareness Program to assist guests with special dietary needs.  In addition, through Campus Dining’s Sustainability Initiative, thoughtful consideration is given to the broader context of social and environmental issues surrounding food production, distribution, and preparation. The Campus Dining food program is culinary-driven based on culinary principles of healthy and sustainable menus.  The food program focuses on scientific research, innovative menu concepts, and food and ingredients.  Menus are globally inspired and plant-centric which celebrate cultural diversity and discovery.  Campus Dining’s Culinary Council and a team of Food and Beverage Professionals develop unique memorable experiences for our students, faculty, and staff.  Campus Dining’s vision for the future engages our campus community in activity-based learning. Our guiding principles are:- Team and People:  to inspire our team of hospitality professionals.- Service Excellence:  to deliver excellence in food and beverage service and food and beverage production.- Efficiency and Effectiveness:  to continually develop innovative solutions that are fiscally responsible while being sustainable for our community, health, well-being, and the environment.
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2024-18376
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 9:56 PM)
The Princeton University Art Museum welcomes applications for the position of Preparator who thrives in a collaborative and goal-oriented environment. Reporting to the Manager of Exhibition Preparation & Art Handling, the Museum Preparator will help install and preserve our collections in alignment with the Museum’s priorities. The Museum Preparator will join the Art Museum at a dynamic time as we construct a new building scheduled to open in 2025. Located at the center of campus, this bold and welcoming design will roughly double the space for exhibition, conservation, study, and interpretation of the Museum’s globe-spanning collections. About the Museum:With a collecting history that extends back to 1755, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the leading university art museums in the country, with collections that have grown to include more than 115,000 works of art ranging from ancient to contemporary art and spanning the globe. Committed to advancing Princeton’s teaching and research missions, the Art Museum also serves as a gateway to the University for visitors worldwide. As the Museum prepares for a dramatically reconceived new building scheduled to open in early 2025, the Art Museum presents six exhibitions in its two downtown venues (Art on Hulfish and Art@Bainbridge) and is touring three collections exhibitions nationally and internationally.  When the new building opens, the Art Museum will initiate their new exhibitions program with nine annual exhibitions onsite and on tour.  To learn more about the Princeton University Art Museum, visit artmuseum.princeton.edu. The term of this appointment is 2 years with the possibility of renewal.
Department
Art Museum
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Arts and Museum Administration
Requisition # 2024-18375
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 9:39 PM)
The Princeton University Art Museum welcomes applications for the position of Preparator who thrives in a collaborative and goal-oriented environment. Reporting to the Manager of Exhibition Preparation & Art Handling, the Museum Preparator will help install and preserve our collections in alignment with the Museum’s priorities. The Museum Preparator will join the Art Museum at a dynamic time as we construct a new building scheduled to open in 2025. Located at the center of campus, this bold and welcoming design will roughly double the space for exhibition, conservation, study, and interpretation of the Museum’s globe-spanning collections. About the Museum:With a collecting history that extends back to 1755, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the leading university art museums in the country, with collections that have grown to include more than 115,000 works of art ranging from ancient to contemporary art and spanning the globe. Committed to advancing Princeton’s teaching and research missions, the Art Museum also serves as a gateway to the University for visitors worldwide. As the Museum prepares for a dramatically reconceived new building scheduled to open in early 2025, the Art Museum presents six exhibitions in its two downtown venues (Art on Hulfish and Art@Bainbridge) and is touring three collections exhibitions nationally and internationally.  When the new building opens, the Art Museum will initiate their new exhibitions program with nine annual exhibitions onsite and on tour.  To learn more about the Princeton University Art Museum, visit artmuseum.princeton.edu
Department
Art Museum
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Arts and Museum Administration
Requisition # 2023-18031
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 9:04 PM)
About the Museum:With a collecting history that extends back to 1755, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the leading university art museums in the country, with collections that have grown to include more than 115,000 works of art ranging from ancient to contemporary art and spanning the globe. Committed to advancing Princeton’s teaching and research missions, the Art Museum also serves as a gateway to the University for visitors worldwide. As the Museum prepares for a dramatically reconceived new building scheduled to open in early 2025, the Art Museum presents six exhibitions in its two downtown venues (Art on Hulfish and Art@Bainbridge) and is touring three collections exhibitions nationally and internationally.  When the new building opens, the Art Museum will initiate their new exhibitions program with nine annual exhibitions onsite and on tour. To learn more about the Princeton University Art Museum, visit artmuseum.princeton.edu. The Princeton University Art Museum welcomes applications for a Collections Associate to join the collections team that supports the active teaching program within the Museum’s study rooms and galleries. The team responds to the increasing level of curricular activity as requested by many diverse University departments as well as fulfills requests by independent scholars to study the Museum collections. The successful candidate will be a member of the Registrar’s Office and will work under the supervision of the Collections Access Supervisor alongside one other Collections Associate.  This is a regular, full-time position that requires availability to maintain a flexible work schedule and may require some evening hours as needed.
Department
Art Museum
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Arts and Museum Administration
Requisition # 2024-18364
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 4:56 PM)
Princeton University Library is seeking a Bibliographic Specialist II to join its Cataloging and Metadata Services team (CaMS). CaMS is a multidisciplinary group of talented individuals working collaboratively to support the research of the Princeton University community. This includes providing efficient, thorough, and accurate access to the Library's holdings in many formats and languages. Princeton University Library is one of the world's leading research libraries, supporting a diverse community of 5,200 undergraduates, 2,700 graduate students, 1,200 faculty members, and many visiting scholars. Its holdings include more than 7 million printed volumes, 85 thousand manuscripts, 2 million non-print items, and extensive collections of digital text, data, and images. The Library employs a dedicated and knowledgeable staff of more than 300 staff working in a large central library, 9 specialized branches, and 3 storage facilities. This position will be located in the Library's off campus office.
Department
Library-Deputy Univ Librarian
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Library
Requisition # 2024-18384
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 4:48 PM)
The Assistant Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions will report directly to the Executive Director and work collegially with Program staff in all aspects of the planning and executing of Program activities. This is a full-time, benefits eligible position with an anticipated start date of August 1, 2024. For full consideration, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter with their application. 
Department
Politics
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Academic Administration
Requisition # 2024-18366
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 3:16 PM)
Princeton University is seeking a self-motivated, knowledgeable, energetic, and flexible professional to serve as a Certified Medical Assistant on the overnight care unit. The Infirmary is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, during the academic year from August through May (closed during the summer), providing after-hours nursing care to students. The Infirmary follows written protocols and has 24 hour physician and counselor support. The position is a benefits-eligible ,100% duty time (40 hours per week) Certified Medical Assistant position. The shift is predominantly evening shift (3p-11p) , with 1-2 Saturday night shifts (11p-7a) per month.  The CMA provides support by assisting with patient care, housekeeping, clerical, food service, and other duties as assigned. The duties listed are not all inclusive of the position. The CMA functions under the delegation of the registered nurse, and may perform other tasks not listed at the discretion of the registered nurse.University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University is a fully accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, or “AAAHC”) health care facility. Located in the McCosh Health Center, the Caldwell Field House and Dillon Gym, UHS provides comprehensive health services to more than 7,500 Princeton undergraduate and graduate students, and specialized services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees who experience work-related injuries and illnesses, or who require consultations regarding international and travel medicine.UHS’s mission is to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of our diverse University community. This mission is pursued and supports the University’s purpose by using current knowledge of health and human development to guide responsive, high quality clinical, prevention, and consultation services.UHS’s values are Respect & Compassionate Care; Integrity & Service Excellence; Collaboration & Innovative Solutions; & Engagement & Lifelong Learning.UHS hires individuals of all backgrounds.  We build on our staff’s diversity--recognizing, valuing, and appreciating the different perspectives, talents and energy of all.  UHS invites all its employees to make a valuable contribution in this regard. We firmly believe that being an inclusive and culturally responsive community is one of the foundations of a vibrant, relevant organization. We aspire to develop the mindsets, knowledge and abilities to build equitable and inclusive systems, teams and culture.
Department
Health Services
Job Type
Part-Time
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2024-18379
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 2:02 PM)
Princeton University's Office of Information Technology is seeking a Lead Developer to lead development efforts for new custom systems, as well as lead the analysis and implementation of major enhancements to existing custom applications. The position is responsible for delivering high-quality applications and services as well as providing long-term support (5+ years) for applications where business needs are ever evolving. The position requires conducting in-depth design analysis, working with other developers, architects, and managers within OIT, and shepherding projects from concept to completion from a design perspective. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Current initiatives include work in diverse university areas such as the Graduate School, Financial Aid, The Office of the Provost, Finance & Treasury, The Dean of the Faculty, Human Resources, and Undergraduate Admissions, as well as students and faculty. This is a hybrid work environment.
Department
Software and Application Svs
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18351
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/19/2024 8:19 AM)
As a member of the Facilities Operations team, the Facilities Operations Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Trainer will lead the development and delivery of training on Maximo Enterprise Asset Management software and related technologies across Facilities Operations.  The incumbent will be responsible for development of training programs and materials including classroom instructor-led training, training guides and videos, informal training, and personally provide training and support to in-person and remote audiences.  Through their training program, this individual will act as an ambassador for Princeton Facilities’ implementation and use of facilities technologies, fostering two-way communications with the campus community. 
Department
Facilities Operations
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Requisition # 2024-18373
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/18/2024 11:03 AM)
Princeton University is seeking an Associate Director of Talent Development to join its Organizational Effectiveness (OE) team within the Office of Information Technology (OIT). OIT, with its diverse staff of more than 347 employees, is responsible for continually advancing the central information technologies, resources, and infrastructure that support the University’s research, teaching, and administrative missions. The Associate Director of Talent Development reports to the Senior Director of OE and leads the implementation of comprehensive and integrative talent development and learning plans for all OIT and SCAD/DCS employees. With the constant and rapid pace of technological changes, the Associate Director anticipates, researches, and recommends plans for the wide-ranging professional technical development needs of OIT. Additionally, the Associate Director must focus on supporting skills development in leadership, management, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, communications, and all other skills identified through OIT’s strategic planning efforts.  This is a hybrid work environment.
Department
Operations and Planning, OIT
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Human Resources
Requisition # 2024-18342
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/16/2024 12:13 PM)
The Behavioral Science for Policy Lab (BSPL) cuts across three academic units at Princeton University: (a.) the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment within the School of Engineering and Applied Science, (b.) the Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Center within the School of Public and International Affairs, and (c.) the Department of Psychology. Directed by Dr. Elke Weber, the BSPL’s mission is to put Weber’s previous research insights about the full range of human motivation and human decisions processes into a broader context. Analyzing how decision makers who are imbedded in social networks and their physical and social environment receive information and cues from those sources as well as feedback from the effect of their decisions. The BSPL puts a special emphasis on applying this knowledge of decision making and motivations to climate change. There is also a special emphasis on cross-cultural studies. The BSPL seeks a temporary Research Assistant who will help conduct and analyze documents and interviews with stakeholders about the energy transition in North/Central Appalachia. The position will involve assisting with contacting interview participants, conducting, and transcribing interviews, obtaining policy documents and public comments, and using qualitative analysis software Atlas.ti. Depending on interest and experience, the study may involve programming in Python and assisting with literature review. This position is ideal for someone interested in mixed-methods, community engaged social science research and considering a career in interdisciplinary environmental research. This position also includes opportunities to learn and develop research skills and receive professional mentorship (e.g., in preparation for applying to a PhD). Standard Weekly Hours: 5 hr/weekPay: $15/hrStart Date: As soon as possible
Department
Andlinger Cntr for Energy/Env
Job Type
Temporary
Category
Research and Laboratory
Application Deadline
2/29/2024

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