Working as an integral member of the Director’s team, the Analyst is responsible for utilizing the University’s enterprise financial system, Peoplesoft, to support the timely and accurate management of the capital project lifecycle, encompassing project opening, budgeting, reporting, and ultimately financial closeout. Currently there are in excess of 3,700 individual capital projects in some phase of the project lifecycle which can span multiple fiscal years. Funding of capital projects is an especially complex challenge with the funding of each project requiring informed judgement and timely decision-making, often involving multiple funding sources. The University’s application of debt, both tax-exempt and taxable, as a financing tool for capital projects adds an additional layer of responsibility and complexity to this position. The Analyst will also work with the Treasury Accountant and other staff to assist in the timely and accurate management of all accounting activity related to the University’s capital program portfolio. All accounting activity overseen by this position ultimately is applied to the University’s General Ledger via Peoplesoft the University’s enterprise financial system. The Analyst will utilize excel and other software that are used in the Treasury Planning & Operations department to support both Capital -related functions and the University’s integrated financial planning efforts. The Analyst will perform their duties independently, in collaboration with other team members and as an important partner to University departments. 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.
High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) – the interdisciplinary center of environmental research, education, and outreach at Princeton University -- seeks a creative, energetic, and highly skilled communications professional to serve as Manager, Communications. Reporting to the Executive Director, the incumbent will manage comprehensive communications functions for the Institute with a goal of increasing visibility and engagement among stakeholders, affiliates, and the public. Summary of Role and Responsibilities:- Work with HMEI’s leadership to establish communications goals and priorities and execute strategies that advance HMEI’s identity, reputation, and mission as a world leading interdisciplinary center of excellence for environmental scholarship and teaching. - Produce and publish content that aligns with HMEI’s strategic goals and engages a wide range of audiences and stakeholders.- Serve as a resource for faculty, administrative staff, and program managers, to highlight and promote HMEI research and teaching programs, priority activities, research outcomes, and faculty and student achievements. - Ensure the accuracy, quality, and consistency of presentation across communications channels, materials, and social media platforms. - Contribute to the planning, production, and staging of HMEI events including endowed lecture series, faculty/research forums, and special/sponsored events. To be successful in this role, the incumbent must be a versatile communicator, a collaborative team player, and strategic in approach.
The Senior Manager for Project and Service Portfolio partners with the Associate CIO for Research Computing to help ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the department and staff responsible for providing research computing services for Princeton University. As senior manager, you would facilitateproject planning processes to ensure projects are delivered with expected results and oversee service management practices within the department. The senior manager may also take on project leadership for major, complex initiatives that are key to the continued success of the department, data and computational science research, and the University. The senior manager provides leadership in the areas of project management and service management. The senior manager is also responsible for building collaborative relationships with department leadership and colleagues throughout the Office of Information Technology (OIT), the Princeton University Library, and other organizations.
The Senior Director of Information Architecture, reporting to the University Data Officer, leads the design and development of the University's information model that identifies, defines, connects, and contextualizes key data across domains to meet operational, planning, and strategic analytic needs. The position works closely with a broad range of Princeton University's leaders, administrative offices, and IT partners, and requires a balance of strategic acumen, deep experience operationalizing data management, and design expertise to align data collected for operational purposes with data required to achieve strategic goals. 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. The institutional information model is an essential pillar of the University's data strategy. To more quickly, easily, flexibly, and consistently harvest insights from data to support operations and strategic planning requires a cohesive, living, top down, transparent, integrated view of the data assets that Princeton needs to collect, maintain, use, and protect. The Senior Director of Information Architecture will interact with University leaders and stakeholders to understand, synthesize, and translate compelling strategic questions into their data components, relationships, and rules. The position will build a team of functionally facing information and domain architects who will serve as information experts collaborating closely in and across data source and organizational boundaries with data stewards and subject matter experts, analysts and data scientists, and data teams to collect and document the institution's data and integrated analytic needs, business rules, functional nuances and context. The position will work with IT data engineering teams to translate and incorporate the model into central integrated analytics to be used for analysis, generation of insights, planning and projection.
BACKGROUND The Performing Arts Services group, a division of Campus Support Services within University Services, oversees Richardson Auditorium and the Frist Theatre, and provides production and front-of-house support to performance venues across campus. Performing Arts Services also provides venue oversight to the Lewis Arts complex and manages University Ticketing. Alexander Hall is a visual and artistic focal point of Princeton University, built in the Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style, and opened in 1894. Designed by William Appleton Potter, the inner auditorium was renovated in 1984 and renamed Richardson Auditorium. Richardson has become an epicenter of arts and culture at the university, and is the home of several prominent concert series, as well as stage to many of the most high-profile events on campus. SUMMARY OF POSITION The Senior Production Technician provides daily operational leadership and support for event rehearsals and productions at Richardson Auditorium. Additionally, this position provides periodic event support at the Lewis Arts complex, residential college theaters, the Frist Theater, and other venues throughout the University. With technical expertise, the Technician provides supervision of the physical plant and performing space at Richardson Auditorium, with a focus on stage management, while also providing technical support in all production departments including lighting, audio, video, rigging, A/V, and staging. In supporting the direction of the Performing Arts Services Senior Production Manager, the Technician performs in a variety of roles to support production including music, dance, and theater events, lectures, conferences and other special events. In advance of performances, the Technician helps support the logistical planning for events. The Technician is required to both read and generate appropriate paperwork including staging diagrams, lighting plots, audio setups, etc. Preparing for events, the Technician provides setup support of stage elements, including chairs, stands, platforms, risers, projection screen, and instruments. The Technician leads load-in and load-out of equipment. Depending on the needs, the Technician supervisors and/or supports the setup of the technical equipment, including lighting and audio setup, focus of units, and any additional audio-visual requirements. During rehearsals and performances, the Technician will serve a number of possible functions, including but not limited to: stage manager, lighting or audio console operator, running crew, or artistic liaison. The Technician is capable of operating current digital lighting and sound consoles and will ensure that equipment is functioning properly and is well maintained. Following events, the Technician will submit post-event report paperwork to the Venue Manager for records. The Technician provides training to casual staff and student production staff, including rigging, lighting, and audio production. This position serves as leader for other production technicians during labor calls or in the absence of the Senior Production Manager. The Technician is capable of basic construction tasks, including carpentry, electrical work, and painting. The Technician supervises the maintenance and repair of equipment and is responsible for the inventory of replacement parts, supplies, and tools used by the production team. The Technician is responsible for the safe handling and maintenance of all production and musical equipment stored in the facilities. In support of the Senior Production Manager, the Technician takes responsibility for maintaining a safe and compliant environment which meets the OSHA and University requirements for worker, performer, and patron safety. The Technician ensures that all stage elements are secure and safe. The Technician understands that the expertise level of the presenters varies and is capable of being flexible as well as supportive throughout all phases of the production process. The Technician is capable of servicing conventional and non-conventional venues, i.e. outdoor or multi-purpose spaces, throughout the University. In the absence of the Senior Production Manager, the Technician acts as the emergency management lead on site. The Senior Production Technician provides excellent support and service to students, faculty, staff, and external clients. As a member of the Department of University Services, the Technician aims to exceed client expectations in a supportive and helpful manner. The right candidate for this position is capable of making informed decisions, has excellent time management skills, and is comfortable working with autonomy.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Administration within the Office of Capital Projects (OCP) Unit of Facilities Organization, the Special Projects Administrative Support will provide essential administrative support to the executive director and associate vice president (AVP) on a wide array of strategic initiatives. This position will also provide support to the Office and Program Managers on general administrative tasks. 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 multi-year program of major construction and renovation projects, as well as real estate development in this area. 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. This is a five years benefit eligible position.
The Princeton University Art Museum seeks applications for Visitor Engagement Representatives for Art@Bainbridge, a gallery housed in the carefully restored colonial-era Bainbridge House at 158 Nassau Street in downtown Princeton NJ. This visitor focused position provides the opportunity to work within the context of an art museum that is intimate in scale yet expansive in scope, supporting a dynamic exhibition program and an array of educational initiatives. As part of the Education Team, Visitor Engagement Representatives are responsible for providing a welcoming and engaging experience for all Art@Bainbridge visitors. They will also help organize and run Museum programs and events. This position is temporary. 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 seeks applications for Gallery Attendants to work at Art@Bainbridge, a gallery housed in the carefully restored colonial-era Bainbridge House at 158 Nassau Street in downtown Princeton NJ and at Art on Hulfish, a photo forward exhibition space at 11 Hulfish Street also in downtown Princeton. This visitor focused position provides the opportunity to work within the context of an art museum that is intimate in scale yet expansive in scope, supporting a dynamic exhibition program and an array of educational initiatives. As part of the Education Team, Gallery Attendants are responsible for providing a welcoming and engaging experience for all visitors. This position is temporary. 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 its new exhibitions program with nine annual exhibitions onsite and on tour. To learn more about the Princeton University Art Museum, visit artmuseum.princeton.edu.
Princeton University Library seeks a candidate to become a part of our digital imaging studio group, working with a variety of cultural heritage collections to democratize access to PUL's world-class collections.This opportunity to 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, rare books, and artwork.
The Assistant Director, Engagement and Communications is responsible for the project management, planning, development, and delivery of internal and external University communications and user training to support the Office of Finance and Treasury’s financial systems, processes, and accounting practices. This position oversees the Finance & Treasury training manager and the development of training tools and programs for the users of the Finance & Treasury infrastructure across the university. The Assistant Director is the primary owner and manager of the Office of Finance and Treasury website, and other communication channels including the production and publication of the annual Report of the Treasurer. This position will leverage new and existing communication tools to provide a cohesive engagement portfolio for the Office of Finance and Treasury, with a consistent and cohesive message, voice, and streamlined delivery. The Assistant Director will leverage change management principles to lead communications and training support, as well as lead campus engagement efforts for divisional projects and system implementations. The position requires a project and change management approach, planning and execution of strategic communications and training plans, overseeing the development of training sessions, writing and editing communication pieces, and measuring results. Working under the direction of the Executive Director, Finance Administration, the incumbent will identify opportunities to engage campus partners in providing meaningful and actionable feedback regarding division initiatives, systems, policies, and overall service. The Assistant Director will develop and build relationships with key campus stakeholders including academic department managers across all divisions, administrative department finance managers, and support personnel. This position will work closely with a wide variety of stakeholders at all levels of the organization and across the University, including providing communications support to the Vice President for Finance and Treasurer for campus-wide, divisional, and external communications, as needed. The Assistant Director will oversee resources such as consultants, external designers, photographers, and copy editors and will be responsible for managing the training and communication budget in support of communications initiatives. Key partners include leaders across the Office of Finance and Treasury, the Office of Communications, Office of Information Technology, the Office of Human Resources, among others. This position requires a high level of skill and competency in project management, change management, planning, writing, and executing training and communications to support awareness of divisional projects and organizational change. The Assistant Director, Engagement and Communications will show evidence of self-motivation and the ability to work both independently and with teams, on all levels of leadership within the Office of Finance and Treasury, as well as with partner departments. 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.
Princeton University Environmental Health and Safety seeks a collaborative, skilled, highly motivated individual to fill the role of Senior Campus Safety Specialist. The successful candidate will assist with aspects of a wide range of campus-related health and safety programs. The Princeton University Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) provides leadership, technical support, information and training, consultation, and periodic audits of environmental, health and safety practices and regulatory compliance. EHS employs a dedicated and knowledgeable staff of 20 professional and support staff working to address health and safety issues in several broad areas including: workplace safety, occupational health, laboratory safety, emergency management, environmental programs, and general health and safety for the campus community. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing thorough knowledge of all applicable standards, codes and regulations; providing for timely dissemination of pertinent information to all segments of the University; developing and presenting training with minimal direction from senior EHS staff; developing and maintaining web-based materials in support of assigned programs, fielding technical questions and providing health and safety consultation as needed.
The Office of Finance & Treasury at Princeton University is seeking a financial analyst to join our Planning Budget and Analysis team in the role of Costing and Budget Analyst. The Costing and Budget Analyst provides in-depth analysis and subject matter expertise on a range of cost analysis and cost compliance reviews, with emphasis on federal sponsored research, OMB Uniform Guidance, and employee benefits. The Analyst assists in the financial oversight of the University's employee medical and prescription drug plans, and of the Student Health Plan; supports projections of the employee benefits rate and the annual benefits rate proposal to the federal government; and conducts ad hoc costing and budget projects as assigned. In addition, the analyst serves as a budget contact for departments across campus and enters budget information in Hyperion planning system; helps departments to understand and address various budget and labor accounting issues; develops ad hoc reports to answer questions as they arise and provides financial analyst support across the Planning, Budget and Analysis department and for campus partners. 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.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) at Princeton University offers Post-Doctoral training to graduates who come from scientific and scholarly-based counseling and psychology programs, who demonstrate the capacity to engage in theoretical and research-based inquiry, and who have a readiness for intensive training in practice. The Post-Doctoral training program offers extensive clinical experience with substantial supervision, interdisciplinary collaboration, treatment team participation, and outreach opportunities. The training program seeks to facilitate clinical competence through personal and intellectual development in the context of supervisory relationships. CPS values multi-theoretical and evidence-based approaches to treatment within short-term therapeutic individual, couples, and group therapy models. We also offer concentrations in DBT-Informed Counseling, Eating Disorders, Alcohol and Other Drug Counseling, and Sports Psychology. Post-Doctoral Fellows graduating from our program have gone on to work at various college counseling centers including but not limited to Princeton, UC Berkeley, Columbia, Drexel, Wake Forest University, Georgetown, Cornell, UCLA, Lehigh and Stevens Institute of Technology. This is a supervised 12-month, term position starting on August 12, 2024 to August 15, 2025 with competitive salary plus generous health benefits.
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Capital Projects within the Facilities Organization, the Executive Director for Administration will play a critical role within the Office for Capital Projects in providing strategic support services to the Program Managers and Project teams executing on Capital Plan II. The Executive Director collaborates closely with other officers and senior administrators in Facilities and University wide to facilitate the implementation of critical projects and initiatives in support of the goals for OCP. The Executive Director will manage the administrative team headed by the Office Manager, the Building Documents coordinator, and the Regulatory Team. Working with the Program Managers, the incumbent actively participates and provides input in the strategic planning and aids the Department in its execution of all design and construction projects and major renovations. In addition, the Executive Director reviews, recommends and advises the Associate Vice President on the standards, policies and procedures associated with the successful implementation and execution of complex, overlapping design and construction projects throughout OCP. The Executive director enforces department policies and procedures, establishing and enforcing document and operations QA/QC of all department projects. The incumbent is accountable for effective coordination and provides high level management oversight of related department activities. This individual must embody core values essential to the Facilities Organization including collaboration with senior leaders, team members and campus partners to support the Capital Plan, and cultivate and sustain cooperative working relationships with the Office of the Provost, Office of General Counsel, Campus Life, University Services, Finance and Treasury, Department of Public Safety, Environmental Health and Safety and others. Princeton University has recently partnered with Helbling Executive Search. For more information about this opportunity, please email Jim Lord firstname.lastname@example.org or Joe Wargo email@example.com. Electronic submission of credentials is strongly encouraged.
The Princeton University Art Museum seeks a dynamic and engaging Individual and Corporate Giving Manager who will be responsible for the entirety of the Museum's annual giving program – membership, lead annual gifts, and corporate sponsorships. A flexible, highly organized, creative, and enthusiastic collaborator who is passionate about the arts, the Individual and Corporate Giving Manager will re-conceive the annual giving program to take full advantage of the extraordinary opportunity offered by the opening of the new Museum in 2025. Strategic growth of annual giving is essential to creating a pipeline that will help to sustain and grow the Museum’s expanded physical and programmatic footprint in the new Museum. The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator with strong verbal and writing skills who excels both at creating a dynamic individual giving program and as a frontline fundraiser. You will provide strategic planning for an integrated annual giving program with a concentration on aligning resources to maximize revenue and personally solicit upper-tier memberships, lead annual gifts, and individual and corporate sponsorships, including but not limited to sponsors for the Gala and Museum for All Ball. Reporting to the Senior Associate Director for Museum Development (Sr. AD-MD), you will work closely with colleagues in the Museum's development office, as well as with finance and marketing, to ensure annual giving activity falls within budgetary frameworks to achieve expected goals and outcomes. 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 its new exhibitions program with nine annual exhibitions onsite and on tour.
Princeton University is seeking a talented Senior OnBase developer to join its central IT team. The Senior OnBase Developer is responsible for the support, development and integration of solutions deployed on the OnBase by Hyland enterprise platform. Working collaboratively with the OnBase teamand independently, the Senior OnBase Developer is able to develop, test, debug, migrate, maintain, document and support solutions implemented for our campus users. In addition to creating new solutions, this position is responsible forproviding first-level application support to customers by troubleshooting operational issues and developing/implementing appropriate fixes to existing solutions, enabling continued usage of OnBase to meet campus need. The Senior OnBase Developer also supports the team’s OnBase Administrator by assisting with Administration tasks and assisting with validation of new software releases. This is a hybrid work environment.
The Office of Religious Life is actively seeking a temporary Chapel Event Manager to enact the Emergency Operations Plan for various Chapel services and special events during the year. This role would entail an estimated commitment of 30 hours per year to provide additional chapel service support in accordance with a recent state law mandating places of worship with a seating capacity above a certain threshold to maintain an operational Emergency Plan.
Princeton University's Office of Communications seeks a dynamic and versatile communications professional to serve as a Communications Senior Strategist. Reporting to the Director of Campus Communications, the senior strategist will support internal communication intended primarily for faculty and staff. The senior strategist will work collaboratively with units across campus providing support ranging from writing, copy editing, and guidance i communications strategy. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and two writing samples. Examples may include an article or profile piece prepared for a website, an email that was distributed to a large audience, or a communications plan.
The Theater Operations Support Technician provides recurring operational support for events, rehearsals and productions at Richardson Auditorium. Additionally, this position provides periodic event support at Frist Theater, and other venues throughout the University. With technical expertise, the technician provides all manner of production services including Audio lighting, staging, and stage management. This is a Casual hourly position.
Princeton University Advancement office of Annual Giving seeks an Office Assistant to provide high level administrative support for two Annual Giving Associate Directors working with undergraduate alumni classes and/or other constituencies.