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Requisition # 2024-18311
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/16/2024 11:52 AM)
Princeton University is seeking a talented Nurse Practitioner (NP) to join our team. The NP will provide occupational health services including evaluation and management of occupational injury/illness, return-to-work case management, travel and medical surveillance, and acute care for episodic non-occupational injuries/illnesses. This is full-time, benefits eligible, on-site position.  A fully accredited facility, University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University provides responsive, high quality clinical, preventive, and consultative health services to over 8,500 Princeton undergraduate and graduate students and their dependents, and occupational health services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees. An integrated, evidence-informed model guides all UHS practices and services. UHS leverages clinical encounters and prevention efforts into meaningful opportunities for our members to learn about and adopt healthy living practices. UHS also supports a public health approach that prevents or responds rapidly to illness outbreaks and injury, and advances, preserves, or restores students’ capacity to take full advantage of their education.UHS’s mission is to enhance learning and student success by using current and emerging knowledge of health, well-being, and human development to guide high-quality inclusive, clinical, prevention, and population-based solutions to college health issues; and promoting the perspective of health and well-being throughout University life.UHS’s values are Compassionate Care; Service Excellence; Collaborative Spirit & Learning Orientation. 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.In addition, UHS embraces an organization-wide commitment to quality and performance improvement. We aspire to be an organization in which all employees devote themselves to individual and systemic efforts to improve what they do so that all clients are well-served. Consistent with this direction, we hire individuals who are engaged, strive for excellence, and support continuous quality efforts.As a member of the UHS staff, your job may be deemed “essential” as defined by University and UHS policy.
Department
Health Services
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2024-18362
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/16/2024 10:41 AM)
The Business and Finance Coordinator manages financial operations within the Dean's Office in the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS). Working with the Assistant Director for Finance and Planning, the successful candidate will assist with overseeing financial transactions to the tune of about $30 million annually, with direct responsibility for processing, substantiating, reviewing and approving transactions up to a specified threshold. Additionally, they will undertake a variety of financial and non-financial tasks to coordinate departmental purchasing, fund transfers, recharge center chargebacks to Engineering departments, monthly reconciliation, time collection review and approvals, as well as ensuring compliance with University business expense policies and procedures.
Department
Engineering & Applied Science
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Financial Services and Procurement
Requisition # 2024-18345
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/12/2024 11:01 AM)
The mission of Princeton University Department of Athletics is to strive for excellence in academics and athletics, while embracing equity in opportunity, good sportsmanship, and ethical conduct. In keeping with this mission, the role of the Assistant Women's Volleyball Coach is to provide a quality varsity program that will challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes of a Division I program. This position is temporary.
Department
Athletics
Job Type
Temporary
Category
Athletics
Requisition # 2024-18343
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/12/2024 10:54 AM)
The mission of Princeton University Department of Athletics is to strive for excellence in academics and athletics, while embracing equity in opportunity, good sportsmanship, and ethical conduct. In keeping with this mission, the role of the Assistant Wrestling Coach is to provide a quality varsity program that will challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes of a Division I program. This position is temporary.
Department
Athletics
Job Type
Temporary
Category
Athletics
Requisition # 2024-18356
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/12/2024 9:42 AM)
Reporting directly to the Director of Research Security, the Assistant Director will assist the Director in the design, development, implementation, and monitoring of an effective Research Security and Export Control program, coordinating institutional-wide initiatives to prevent, detect and respond appropriately to federal regulations. A critical component of the export control program is to work collaboratively with the Vice Provost for International Affairs; Office of Technology Licensing, Environmental Health & Safety, Office of the General Counsel, and the Office of Finance & Treasury.
Department
Research and Project Admin
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Legal and Compliance
Requisition # 2024-18353
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/12/2024 9:28 AM)
The Academic Program Assistant assists the Undergraduate/Graduate Program Manager to ensure successful administration of the academic programs and will be expected to perform administrative and program support duties as assigned. This position requires regular interaction with current, former and prospective undergraduate and graduate students, as well as with the faculty members.The Academic Program Assistant assists the Undergraduate/Graduate Program Manager to ensure successful administration of the academic programs and will be expected to perform administrative and program support duties as assigned. This position requires regular interaction with current, former and prospective undergraduate and graduate students, as well as with the faculty members.Communicating with faculty and scheduling courses, assists faculty in preparing new course proposals, coordinates CEE course schedules with those of other departments, CIS submissions, classroom requests, course evaluation, reading materials and textbook reservations, permanent course conversion.Coordinates senior thesis advisor selection process, assists with thesis advisor assignments, disseminates information on thesis procedures, deadlines and funding opportunities, maintain grading spreadsheets for each stage of the senior thesis projects, prepare senior thesis information for Class Day ; assists with management of independent work and senior thesis funding for CEE student; coordinates the collection of financial support information for all graduate students twice a year, and keep track of changes through the academic year.Maintains and update all literature related to CEE undergraduate and graduate programs, including department's Graduate Handbook, Undergraduate Academic Guide, Senior Thesis Shopping Guide, Senior Thesis Guide, certificate program flyers, Class Day brochures and video project, and other communications for prospective and current students. Assists with program accreditation ABET. Responds to inquiries as directed and distributes informational materialsKeeping track on spending on senior thesis funding, responsible for procurement related to all student affairs events. Reimbursement processing for prospective graduate students on campus visits.Occasional evening work required; may be expected to work on Memorial Day and Labor Day. Other duties and special projects as specified by Academic Program Manager and Department Manager   
Department
Civil and Environmental Eng
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Academic Administration
Application Deadline
4/1/2024
Requisition # 2024-18350
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/11/2024 1:02 PM)
 Reporting to the Dean of the Faculty, the Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion will be responsible for providing dedicated leadership and executing policies and initiatives focused on diversity and inclusion in the Office of the Dean of the Faculty (ODoF) and advancing Princeton University’s strategic commitment to academic excellence. The Associate Dean will be an expert in the best practices of diversity and inclusion for the affairs of faculty and academic professionals. This person would support the efforts of the Dean of the Faculty and the Associate Deans for Academic Affairs in training search officers and search committee chairs on implementing fair and inclusive processes for searches for faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and academic professionals at the University. This person would assist the Dean and Deputy Dean of the Faculty in managing the process of receiving and responding to recruitment proposals from departments.  In addition, the Associate Dean, along with the Vice Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, will work with the Dean to support the ability of all faculty and academic departments to monitor and improve the departmental and campus climate for inclusion. The Associate Dean will measure outcomes with the goal of providing a vision and integrated programs for diversity and inclusion efforts. This person would lead other diversity and inclusion initiatives, and support ODoF’s development and revision of policies, as needed.
Department
Dean of the Faculty
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Diversity and Inclusion
Requisition # 2024-18349
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/11/2024 12:53 PM)
The Practice Manager (PM) for Student Health Services will ensure optimal utilization of clinical resources and efficient delivery of medical services on a day-to-day basis to Princeton University students. The PM will assure policies and procedures related to utilization of resources are implemented promptly and efficiently, while working collaboratively with leadership and stakeholders to ensure that the practice meets overall performance and satisfaction expectations in alignment with the mission statement of Medical Services: to provide high-quality, evidence-based medicine to patients in an environment of compassion, inclusivity, and mutual respect. This position is an essential, highly responsible and accountable staff position that supervises others; initiates work and acts independently; anticipates needs; assesses and responds to both routine and urgent situations in a way that is nimble, considers all stakeholders, focuses on safety, and understands potential risks.
Department
Health Services
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2024-18297
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/11/2024 11:43 AM)
Princeton University is seeking a highly skilled and motivated ServiceNow Security Business Analyst with a strong focus on Vulnerability Response, Information Risk Management (IRM), and Security Operations (SecOps). As a key member of the SMO team, you will play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between business needs and technical solutions within the ServiceNow platform, ensuring the effective management of security-related processes. 
Department
Service Management Office
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18344
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/11/2024 11:25 AM)
Reporting to the Director of Accessibility and Disability Services, the Associate Director plays a critical role in leading the Office of Disability Services (ODS) and works with the Director to advance accessibility in University programs and services in order to ensure compliance with Federal and State laws, including the ADA/Section 504 and New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.  The Associate Director oversees the interactive services process for students with disabilities and collaborates with the Director to address concerns for students registered with ODS.  Applying independent judgment and expertise, the Associate Director identifies reasonable accommodations to minimize disability-related barriers. They also address individual student issues with faculty and other campus personnel, and follow up and review existing accommodations.  The Associate Director supervises two staff members (the Access Coordinators) in managing the student services process and collaborates with them and campus constituents to ensure appropriate implementation of approved accommodations for students. The Associate Director participates in accessibility initiatives and regularly interacts with faculty members and colleagues in the Office of the Dean of the College, Counseling and Psychological Services, University Health Services, Housing, Dining, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students, and the Graduate School. 
Department
Disability Services
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Student Affairs and Services
Requisition # 2024-18336
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/11/2024 10:01 AM)
The Princeton University Art Museum seeks an Assistant Editor to support the delivery of the Museum's content to a wide array of audiences, including students, faculty, and other members of the University community; scholars worldwide; and visitors to the Museum and the University campus. The Museum is preparing for dramatic growth, including the opening of its new facility in spring 2025, which will provide enhanced spaces for the display of the collections and temporary exhibitions, collections study, education, and public amenities.  The successful candidate will work closely with colleagues across the Museum to ensure that all publications accurately reflect the Museum’s vision, values, and messaging strategies. The Assistant Editor edits and proofreads a broad range of materials, including website content, special event materials, activity guides, brochures, membership newsletters and eblasts, and calendar listings. The Assistant Editor will also be assigned select interpretive materials, including object labels and other gallery didactics for editing and proofreading.  The Assistant Editor provides editorial and production assistance to the Associate Director for Education, Managing Editor, and Editor as assigned for publications such as the Museum’s quarterly magazine, the Annual Report, the Advisory Council Report, the Recordof the Princeton University Art Museum (the Museum’s scholarly journal), and exhibition and collections catalogues. As directed, they edit and proofread texts, gather and caption images, and track author contracts and expenses. The Assistant Editor creates and maintains publication production schedules using Airtable, the Museum’s project management software. 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, home to 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 Museum also serves as a gateway to the University for visitors worldwide. The Museum currently presents exhibitions in its two downtown venues (Art on Hulfish and Art@Bainbridge) and is touring collections exhibitions nationally and internationally. When the Museum opens its dramatically reconceived building, scheduled for spring 2025, it will initiate a new exhibitions program with annual exhibitions on-site 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 # 2024-18319
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/11/2024 9:59 AM)
Princeton University Library seeks an experienced and motivated  accessibility digitization specialist with a strong public service orientation to work in the Fulfillment Services Unit of the Content Access Department of Princeton University Library. The accessibility specialist serves as the Library's primary point of contact for matters related to the accessibility of print and digital library resources.Princeton University Library is committed to recruiting a diverse workforce and advancing the University's commitment to racial equity within our community and in the world. We encourage candidates from all diverse backgrounds and life experiences to apply for our positions. 
Department
Lib-Collections & Access Svcs
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Library
Requisition # 2024-18340
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/11/2024 9:08 AM)
 Reporting to the Director of the Gender + Sexuality Resource Center, the Associate Director assists with setting the direction, goals, and strategic initiatives of the Gender + Sexuality Resource Center at Princeton University. The Associate Director serves as a resource for all members of the University community on issues of gender and sexuality, and works collaboratively with GSRC staff to support the mission and function of the Center. The Associate Director provides extensive programming, outreach and education on campus, while also providing one-on-one and group support for students. The Associate Director oversees the curriculum and resource development for trainings (i.e., trans inclusive practices, LGBTQIA+ identities and terminologies, feminism/womanism, gender equity, masculinity/patriarchy, intersectionality, etc.), serves as the lead facilitator for the GSRC, and leads its peer education initiatives (e.g., Gender and Sexuality Peer Education Program, etc.); takes the lead on conference coordination (both GSRC sponsored conferences and student travel to regional and national conferences); oversees the Oral History Project; and manages GSRC assessment efforts. The Associate Director also supervises the GSRC program coordinators to ensure that GSRC programs are strategically aligned with the mission and vision of the GSRC; oversees assessment and evaluation of all GSRC programs managed by the program coordinators; and ensures the standard operating procedures of the physical GSRC are being leveraged to meet the needs of trans, queer, women, and femme students at Princeton University. This role also assists with the larger supervision strategy for student employees including recruitment and assisting with performance evaluations. The Associate Director contributes to the overall mission and efforts of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion-Campus Life.   
Department
VP for Campus Life
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Student Affairs and Services
Requisition # 2024-18333
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/10/2024 2:44 PM)
The Office Assistant position supports administrative, teaching, and research activities in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The department currently consists of 23 faculty (and growing) and their graduate students, researchers and visitors. The incumbent serves as travel coordinator and academic support for the whole department.  Manages and coordinates travel arrangements for faculty travel, visiting speakers, visiting faculty, and other travels as needed. Supports traveler safety by ensuring that they have complied with the travel registration policies. Reviews/compiles all CEE department-wide travel and expense reports via the Concur system - ensure reporting complies with university and government policies; enters expense details, receipts and ensures proper chart strings are used for allocations and document/backups are sufficient and accurate. The position serves as initial point of contact for faculty, postdocs, staff and visitors in the department. Maintains supplies for the 4th floor coffee program. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor and department manager.  Other responsibilities include assists with capitalized equipment inventory and assisting with annual on-site equipment audits;  serving as backup for purchasing coordinator and department assistant. This position reports to Business Manager with a dotted reporting line to Purchasing Coordinator.
Department
Civil and Environmental Eng
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Administrative Support
Application Deadline
4/1/2024
Requisition # 2024-18298
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/10/2024 9:05 AM)
Princeton University is seeking a Senior Developer/System Administrator with advanced expertise in the ServiceNow Security domain, particularly in Vulnerability Response, Information Risk Management (IRM), and Security Operations (SecOps). This role will be an integral part of the Service Management Office (SMO) within the Office of Information Technology (OIT). The SMO provides leadership and direction to ensure that OIT's services continually meet customer needs and add value to the University. The senior developer/system administrator will collaborate closely with SMO colleagues, Information Security Office, and OIT stakeholders to comprehend business requirements and leverage the ServiceNow platform to design, develop, and configure solutions that align with the security-focused program needs. The position will entail maintaining the stability and usability of the ServiceNow platform, including regular application maintenance, incident support, and contributions to ServiceNow software releases, all while adhering to security best practices. As a senior member of the team, the developer/administrator will provide expert consultation to the SMO support team and ensure the ServiceNow platform aligns with business strategies and governance decisions. They will also be responsible for documenting the platform, conducting impact assessments for new requirements, and establishing controls to ensure the correct technical solutions are implemented for business solutions. Overall, the senior developer/administrator must possess advanced knowledge and skills in the ServiceNow Security domain, as well as a deep understanding of the business strategy and policies governing the ServiceNow platform. 
Department
Service Management Office
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18320
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/9/2024 2:28 PM)
The Contract Administrator promotes a high degree of professionalism in cradle-to-grave (source-to-pay) procurement activities, minimizing risks to Facilities and the University while meeting procurement objectives and ensuring compliance with policies and procedures.  The Contract Administrator collaborates with Facilities stakeholders in assigned categories to ensure basic ordering agreements (BOA’s), requisitions, release orders, contracts and payments are transacted efficiently and effectively.  The portfolio of a Contract Administrator consists of approximately 10 BOA’s and 75 contracts with an overall value up to $250M and includes a mix of design services contracts (up to $5M), construction contracts (up to $25M) and other types of contracts.  The Contract Administrator reports to the Manager, Facilities Procurement Office (FPO), who is a direct report of the Director, FPO.FPO provides procurement support for all design, construction and related services and is part of the Facilities Finance and Administrative Services (FFAS) department embedded within Facilities.   FFAS is responsible for providing shared services to all Facilities partners as well as the broader University community.
Department
Facilities Fin & Admin Srvcs
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Financial Services and Procurement
Requisition # 2024-18302
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/8/2024 12:01 AM)
Princeton will begin the journey to implement a new cloud ERP, beginning with Human Capital Management processes. Transforming and streamlining key business processes and systems are high priorities as we seek to deliver essential services to a growing number of staff in the most effective and efficient manner. As we enter the discovery and readiness phases in preparation for the ERP system implementations, which will begin sometime after 2026, HR is seeking an experienced business process analyst to lead the in-depth assessment of operational and administrative processes and data flows for talent management processes (e.g. employee lifecycle, goal setting and performance management, career development, learning and development, succession planning). The Senior Business Process Analyst works within the Office of Human Resources, reporting into the HR Information Systems organization (with a dotted line to the Client Services Team organization), and will play a critical role in the understanding of current business processes, and the development and implementation of optimized processes for talent management. This will include documentation and process flows, business process analysis, requirements gathering, and leading change management to support process improvement. The Senior Business Analyst will liaise with the HR teams, HRIS team, IT organization, consulting vendor, and campus partners to identify, prioritize, and prepare the organization for the cloud ERP implementation. This role requires strong communication, analysis, and organization skills, as well as the ability to bridge business processes with systems capabilities. The successful candidate should have experience leading and supporting HCM business processes in cloud ERP systems (e.g. Workday, Oracle cloud). This opportunity is a 3 year, benefits-eligible, term appointment that could have the potential to transition to an ongoing position dependent upon funding approval.
Department
Human Resources
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Human Resources
Requisition # 2024-18301
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/7/2024 11:36 PM)
Princeton will begin the journey to implement a new cloud ERP, beginning with Human Capital Management processes. Transforming and streamlining key business processes and systems are high priorities as we seek to deliver essential services to a growing number of staff in the most effective and efficient manner. As we enter the discovery and readiness phases in preparation for the ERP system implementations, which will begin sometime after 2026, HR is seeking an experienced business process analyst to lead the in-depth assessment of operational and administrative processes and data flows for talent acquisition / requisition processes. The Senior Business Process Analyst works within the Office of Human Resources, reporting into the HR Information Systems organization (with a dotted line to the Talent Acquisition organization), and will play a critical role in the understanding of current business processes, and the development and implementation of optimized processes for talent acquisition. This will include documentation and process flows, business process analysis, requirements gathering, and leading change management to support process improvement. The Senior Business Analyst will liaise with the HR teams, HRIS team, IT organization, consulting vendor, and campus partners to identify, prioritize, and prepare the organization for the cloud ERP implementation. This role requires strong communication, analysis, and organization skills, as well as the ability to bridge business processes with systems capabilities. The successful candidate should have experience leading and supporting HCM business processes in cloud ERP systems (e.g. Workday, Oracle cloud). This opportunity is a 3 year, benefits-eligible, term appointment that could have the potential to transition to an ongoing position dependent upon funding approval.
Department
Human Resources
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2024-18300
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/7/2024 11:35 PM)
The HRIS Senior Systems Administrator works within the Office of Human Resources, HRIS department reporting to the Manager, HRIS.  We are seeking a candidate who has broad experience with ERP cloud systems, leading implementations and migrating to cloud products.  The role will be involved in current and future state business process mapping and improvements as we anticipate a migration away from PeopleSoft HCM to a cloud system such as Oracle Cloud or Workday. The candidate is expected to be an integral part of the cloud systems migration, as well as current production support, system configuration, troubleshooting, security administration, integration and interfaces with third party systems. Experience with Oracle Cloud or Workday ERP is a plus. The Senior Systems Administrator is responsible for existing/new HRIS system designs and service delivery in the areas of core human resources, benefits, talent acquisition, performance management, electronic actions forms, and other systems which support HR initiatives.  This role will perform requirements gathering, project leadership, application design and support, process and technical documentation, and recommend system design changes based on user needs and work with all levels of HR subject matter experts and the OIT organization to implement changes. This role also serves as a system design and technical point of contact for assigned functional areas and assists subject matter experts with ensuring data integrity, testing of system changes, and analyzing data flows for data management improvement opportunities and client support.  The role also assists with system upgrades, patches, testing and other technical projects as assigned and serves as a backup for daily operations, administration, and maintenance of the core HR systems.
Department
Human Resources
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Human Resources
Requisition # 2024-18290
Date Posted 1 month ago(1/7/2024 7:05 PM)
 Under the direction of the Building Documents Coordinator (BDC), the Document Processing Technician is responsible for processing, sorting, cataloguing and archiving construction drawings and other documentation for Princeton Capital Construction Projects.  The position is also directly involved in the development and implementation of continuous improvement of our physical and digital document collections.  Responsibilities will also include training and monitoring part-time student workers and assistance with customer support. This individual must embody core values essential to the Facilities organization including excellent customer service, resourcefulness, dependability, and approachability, while exercising the utmost discretion. The position will require strong organizational, communication, customer service, and process management skills to help shape this dynamic department responsible for executing the Capital Plan. The Facilities organization consists of over 900 staff and growing, who plan, design, construct, maintain and care for a campus with 200+ buildings and 600+ acres of property.  The Office for Capital Projects is a division within Facilities that establishes the strategic and integrated approaches to developing academic, administrative, and campus life facilities as the University embarks on a multiyear program of major construction and renovation projects, as well as real estate development in this area.  This position reports to the Building Documents Coordinator within the Office of Capital Projects (OCP).  This position plays an essential role within OCP in support of and in collaboration with 90+ OCP Senior Staff, managers, staff, and the administrative team. 
Department
Office of Capital Projects
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Facilities Management and Physical Plant

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