The Princeton University Art Museum welcomes applications for the position of Registrar to support the department with exhibition and loan activity and who thrives in a collaborative and goal-oriented environment. Reporting to the Chief Registrar, the Registrar will have responsibility for outgoing international loans, as well as responsibility for three or more assigned exhibitions per calendar year—one or more of which may travel to several national and/or international venues. They will work closely with our curators, exhibition project managers, preparators, conservators, and other registrars and must be able to interact with borrowers, lenders, insurance representatives, and shipping and transport agents. 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.
Reporting to the Director of Alumni Communities, and working in close partnership with the Deputy Dean of the Graduate School, the Senior Associate Director for Graduate Alumni Relations is responsible for establishing and driving the goals to inform, involve and inspire Princeton’s global community of graduate alumni. The Senior Associate Director will set the strategic priorities relative to these goals, translating these priorities into initiatives and determining how we measure success. The successful candidate will manage a team of two and work closely with University Advancement colleagues, the staff of the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School, and the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni (APGA) board, to ensure that all efforts are aligned across Advancement, the Graduate School, academic departments and with University priorities. Princeton University Advancement works to inform, inspire, and involve Princeton’s global community of alumni, parents, and friends in ways that enable the University to fulfill its mission of advancing learning through scholarship, research, and teaching to serve humanity.
The Mechanical Project Engineer is a member of the Mechanical Systems Group, within the Facilities Engineering and Campus Energy Department, and reports to the Director of Mechanical Systems Group. Depending on the size of the project, the Mechanical Systems Group may be responsible for the design, installation, commissioning and/or maintenance of campus building mechanical systems. The Mechanical Project Engineer will be the authority on the mechanical systems in their set of assigned campus buildings (approximately 40 buildings of various types). The engineer is expected to know the types and arrangements of HVAC systems, the areas they serve, sequence of operations, general or specific condition of equipment (age, shortcomings), building service locations, location of isolation devices, and source of thermal and electrical power. Also, the Mechanical Project Engineer shall be familiar with the buildings’ plumbing, fire protection, and lab systems. This position will also require a general familiarity with all campus buildings. This position must embody the core values essential to the Facilities Organization: teamwork, innovation, integrity, inclusiveness, respect, and sustainability. The Mechanical Project Engineer collaborates with administrative leadership within Facilities to support the Campus.
The Ticket Sales and Operations Assistant will serve as a positive and passionate ambassador for Princeton Athletics, demonstrating a commitment to the highest quality sales and customer service. This position will generate revenue though emails, text messages, web chats, and outbound/inbound call efforts while also providing operational support both in the office and across ticketed events. Day to day leadership and mentoring of this career growth-oriented sports sales and customer service position will be provided by area management and members of the External leadership team. This position is temporary.
Are you looking for a job with a mission you can believe in? Does learning, applying, and sharing new information security skills excite you? Does a work culture based on collaboration and collegiality sound appealing? Princeton University is looking for you! The Cloud Identity Engineer will develop, deploy, and operatecloud identity security services in support of the mission of Princeton University. Under the direction of the Associate Director for Identity and Access Management, the Engineer will help evaluate, implement, and configure cloud-based solutions for identity security services including account lifecycle management, authentication and authorization, conditional access, zero-trust enforcement, identity governance, and access management. The Engineer will collaborate with campus partners to develop and implement solutions intended to secure the data and intellectual property of the University and to protect the security and privacy of faculty, staff, students, and affiliates. The Engineer will work with IAM team members, application developers, system administrators, and cloud engineers to implement secure and cost-effective designs. The Engineer will help produce standard, repeatable, and auditable processes. The Engineer will investigate new technologies and standards and will make recommendations on their adoption. The Engineer will document processes, policies, and technical designs so that coworkers clearly understand how to operate and support cloud identity services. The Engineer will conduct troubleshooting, incident response, and customer service activities as required.
Due to campus expansion, Princeton University seeks a talented, self-motivated designer with significant technical ability and an acute attention to detail to join their team as a Senior Interior Project Manager in the in the Office of Capital Projects (OCP). Reporting to the Program Manager, Campus Interiors, this position is a member of a robust design and project management team comprising of one Senior Interior Project Manager and six Interior Design Project Managers who collaborate with the Office of the Vice Provost for Space Programming and Planning, the University Architect, Academic Department Managers, University Services, Capital Project Program and Project Managers, and with colleagues from other Facilities departments. The Senior Interior Project Manager will be responsible for projects that range from small renovations to being a part of a larger team for new capital projects, including Capital Plan 2 projects, with budget responsibilities ranging from $10,000 to $8M. The emphasis will be on academic spaces, administrative office spaces and residential living housing and student centers. The Senior Interior Project Manager portfolio of work will include a wide range of project types, up to 50-60 projects annually with an estimated average spend of $6M. Primarily the Sr. Interior Project Manager is responsible for leading the project stakeholders in the development of the project parameters (including preliminary project objectives, design concept, schedule and budget);guiding the development of the interiors program in consultation with user group(s) and other stakeholders as appropriate; and coordinating the project schedule with University stakeholders to meet the agreed- upon milestones and overall schedule and cost estimates.
The Princeton University Office of Communication is seeking a web specialist and developer to manage the development and maintenance of its web, mobile, third-party and other digital channels in order to ensure they support the University’s institutional communications goals.The candidate should have expertise working in front-end web development, Web application administration and project management. They will work collaboratively with internal and external teams of developers, content creators and designers to find and develop user-centered solutions to digital communications problems. This is a hybrid work environment.
The Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University seeks an Over-hire Wardrobe Personnel for seasonal work with Theater and Dance Programs. Candidates will organize and maintain show costumes, launder items after dress rehearsals and performances, execute costume repairs, press costumes as needed, coordinate and assist with quick changes.Familiarity with hand sewing and machine sewing methods. Must be comfortable working a fast-paced production schedule and maintaining a flexible attitude towards evolving academic production needs. This position is for the nights and weekends of the dress rehearsals and performances of the shows. This is a temporaryl/hourly position. Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Rate is $22.50/hr.
The Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University seeks Over-hire Stitchers for seasonal work in Lewis Center Costume Shop. Candidates will assist in costume alterations and craft projects for department productions and events. Advanced hand and machine sewing skills, ability to read patterns, ability to follow basic construction instructions, commitment to body diversity and positivity. Must be comfortable working a fast-paced production schedule and maintaining a flexible attitude towards evolving academic production needs. This is a temporaryl/hourly position. Rate is $26/hour.Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Working under the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS) and the residential college, the residential life coordinator reports to the assistant dean for student life (ADSL). The residential life coordinator assists the ADSL in supporting and enhancing the undergraduate residential and co-curricular experience of students from all four years residing in or affiliated with that college. The primary focus of this position is to support and promote the health, safety and well-being of students in the college. By residing in the residential college and being readily available to respond to crises and urgent situations, the residential life coordinator helps to create and maintain a safe and supportive residential environment for all students. In addition, they will work to develop and implement programs and activities that foster a sense of community, well-being, and belonging among college residents, and support students in developing the skills required to navigate successfully the opportunities and challenges of living and learning within the University community. The residential life coordinator will be expected to reside in the residential college and be available to advise students, respond to emergencies and support programs in the evenings and on weekends.
The Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University seeks Over-hire Scenic Carpenters for seasonal work in Lewis Center Scene Shop. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. This is a temporary position. Rate is $26/hr.
The Associate Director, Business Intelligence will provide strategic direction, leadership, and oversight for the management and consumption of financial data throughout the University. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Finance Technology within the Office of Finance & Treasury (F&T), this role will define and implement F&T’s reporting and analytics strategy and enable capabilities that will deliver financial information in a consumable manner to facilitate business decisions. This position will require close collaboration with senior leadership in F&T, the Office of Information Technology (OIT), the University Data Office (UDO), and campus customers. The successful candidate will manage the full system lifecycle of financial reporting and analytics capabilities and will be responsible for leading the modeling, quality, and delivery mechanisms of financial data maintained by the University. The individual will manage a team of business intelligence analysts seeking opportunities to leverage data to increase operational efficiency. The Associate Director will also partner with collaborative groups of IT partners, data stewards, analysts, and the UDO to implement a strategy for accessible integrated cross-functional analytics balanced with data governance.The Associate Director will be curious, keeping abreast of evolving data analytics platforms, design, and presentation methods. The individual must have strong project management and technical skills; a person who is self-motivated and organized, highly observant of and sensitive to the culture of the University and its many constituencies, inherently collegial and service oriented, and an excellent communicator. 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 andcommunity and embrace the variety of talents, backgrounds, and perspectives of all our colleagues.
Campus Dining is committed to the success of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors by nourishing them to be their healthy best while caring for the environment. If you are a chef by profession, love to mentor and teach, are a student at heart, and believe that community engagement happens around food, we’d love to hear from you! We welcome team members who share our passion for serving and caring for our community through exceptional dining experiences. In collaboration with our campus partners, we craft culinary programs that deliver unique memorable experiences. Campus Dining brings together expertise in culinary, wellness, sustainability, procurement and hospitality to develop innovative programs in support of our diverse community. Our award winning food program is based on scientific and evidence-based principles of healthy sustainable menus that are prepared by our culinary team with high-quality ingredients. We invite you to be part of our dynamic culinary team, grow as an individual and make an impact in a place where people, quality and value mean everything. In our Tiger Refreshments Concessions Operation, the selected candidate will provide customer service within the parameters of departmental standards with regard for speed of service and customer satisfaction. The successful candidates will be responsible for all levels of customer service. They will prepare food with consideration to the requirements of a standard menu with concern for quality, appeal, presentation, sanitation, safety, and cost. The successful candidate will also be responsible for maintaining all concession locations and kitchens in a clean, safe and orderly fashion.
The Department of Psychology at Princeton University is seeking research assistants to join various research teams for short-term, temporary assignments. The research in the department focuses on addressing interconnected areas of social, developmental, cognitive, clinical psychology, and neuroscience.
Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks an experienced Project Manager to join our dynamic staff. The Project Manager will manage capital projects up to approximately $100,000,000, for project categories that may include residential, retail, administrative, academic, and athletic buildings, and facilities. Responsibilities include: - Leading the project stakeholders in the creation of the project parameters (including the value proposition, preliminary project objectives, schedule);- Shepherding the development of the architectural program in consultation with, user group(s) and other stakeholders as appropriate (e.g., the Office of the Vice Provost for Space Programming and Planning;- Coordinating the project schedule with university stakeholders to meet the agreed-upon milestones and overall schedule. This is a five years term benefits eligible position
The Kocher Lab is seeking a research assistant for the summer to assist in field and basic lab research. The research assistant will help in collecting and maintaining bees, participate in basic molecular biology experiments, and assist with general data entry. Tasks would include: field collections of insects (bees), feeding/maintaining laboratory colonies, PCR, nucleic acid extraction, and data entry.
Due to campus expansion, Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks an experienced Construction Manager to join our dynamic staff. The Construction Manager will be responsible for the successful transition from design to construction in delivering the University’s capital projects in the $1M to $500M range. The Construction Manager’s core strengths will be rooted in a depth of experience in the construction delivery process, project controls and the ability to predict, communicate and manage the impacts of project risks. This position requires a proven ability to establish and execute the necessary controls, processes and culture that meet the project delivery requirements regarding budget, schedule, and quality. In simple terms, this position must bridge the gap between design and construction, while acting as a well-informed advocate and liaison for campus students, faculty, staff, and affairs. In the project design phase, the Construction Manager will be a contributing member of the University team by partnering with a Project Manager, the Universities Architects Office, the end user clients, and a diverse team of project stakeholders.
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Capital Projects within the Facilities Organization, the Program Manager will play a critical role within the Office for Capital Projects in providing leadership to the Project Managers and Project teams executing on the Capital Plan. 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, and Environmental Health and Safety. 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. Candidates with extensive lab renovation and advanced science project management are encouraged to apply
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Capital Projects within the Facilities Organization, the Program Executive plays a critical role within the Office for Capital Projects (OCP) in executing on the Capital Plan projects at Princeton University. As Princeton implements the Capital Plan, the Program Executive will set a strategic and integrated approach to implementing facilities projects within a defined program or collection of projects. This individual must embody core values essential to the Facilities Organization including collaboration with academic and administrative leadership to support the Capital Plan, while cultivating and sustaining cooperative working relationships with local, county, and state agencies. The position will support the VP of Facilities, the AVP of Capital Projects and the University Architect in preparing for the Board of Trustees, Facilities Planning Group, and other committees involving developing projects. Candidates with extensive, housing, dining, and dormitory renovation experience are encouraged to apply. Princeton University has recently partnered with Helbling Executive Search. For more information about this opportunity, please email Jim Lord email@example.com or Joe Wargo firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic submission of credentials is strongly encouraged.
Reporting directly to and in close collaboration with Executive Director, the Director of Construction is responsible and accountable for the strategic planning, coordination, and overall execution of project delivery for all projects in the portfolio assigned. The Director will oversee a staff (1-6 people) of direct Construction Manager reports, each of whom have varying career expertise and each of whom are assigned to a variety of concurrent projects. Preconstruction: The Director actively engages with OCP (Office of Capital Projects) project team members to establish consistent preconstruction processes, facilitate, and finalize project(s) budgets and schedule(s), the identification and assignment of all necessary enabling work and to ensure that project documents meet all regulatory requirements. Construction: The Director oversees the execution of construction phase activities, including execution of contracts and vendor selections; allocation of staff and resources; ensuring best practices in schedule management, project controls and BIM (Building Information Modeling) technologies; enhancement of safety practices and culture; best in class enforcement and improvement of quality assurance, commissioning, and turn-over protocols. General: The Director shall actively engage with all members of the Office of Capital Projects (OCP) staff, University officials, regulatory agencies and facilities support personnel to identify, and plan mitigate any impacts to other campus operations. In addition, the Director reviews, recommends and advises the Executive Director on the standards, policies and procedures associated with the successful implementation and execution of complex, overlapping construction projects throughout the OCP portfolios. Multiple positions available Princeton University has recently partnered with Helbling Executive Search. For more information about this opportunity, please email Jim Lord email@example.com or Joe Wargo firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic submission of credentials is strongly encouraged.