Venue Services, a division of Campus Support Services, provides a broad range of event, performance, and venue support services for the Princeton University community. The Venue Services unit provides facility and event management for mixed-use spaces, including the Frist Campus Center, Julis Romo Rabinowitz and Louis A. Simpson International Building, East Pyne, 701 Carnegie, Overlook, and the Helm Building; supporting tenants, event presenters, users, and guests. SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Assistant Venue Manager provides a broad range of venue management support for the Frist Campus Center, serving as the nighttime and weekend lead in the facility. Working in support of the Venue Manager, the Assistant Venue Manager provides operational support for classes, events, and gatherings, including audio and video support, front of house services, and setups. As a steward of the Center, the Assistant Venue Manager works closely with Venue Services staff and campus partners to maintain the Center, including indoor and outdoor furniture setups, technology and facility maintenance, signage, and wayfinding. The Assistant Venue Manager is responsible for leading a 60+ student worker team who operates the Frist Campus Center Welcome Desk and provides broad operational support throughout the Center. As the operational lead for nights and weekends, the Assistant Venue Manager is responsible for the implementing the operational plans developed by the Venue Manager for events and gatherings throughout the building. The Assistant Venue Manager works closely, and provides day-of supervision, of the Venue Associates to ensure all event needs our met. The Assistant Venue Manager ensures that spaces and surrounding areas are event-ready, setups are completed accurately and on a timely basis, and technology is tested and ready for use. The Assistant Venue Manager is responsible for coordinating and/or providing technical and setup support for afternoon and evening classes, including emergency troubleshooting of technology issues, and implementing, when needed, temporary A/V setups. The Assistant Venue Manager takes primary responsibility for ensuring that the Frist 100 level is maintained effectively, including the lounges, table reservations, game room, and seating areas. The Assistant Venue Manager is responsible for the management of the student worker team, including student team managers, student building supervisors, and student worker teams who operate the Frist Welcome Desk and provide guest services, technical assistance and AV support, room setups, signage, and access throughout the Frist Campus Center. The Assistant Venue Manager implements a hiring process that ensures a diverse pool of student workers through creative sourcing and advertising for candidates. The Assistant Venue Manager develops, maintains, and leads regular communication initiatives for student workers, providing timely and helpful information to keep them up to date with the needs of the Center and constituencies. The Assistant Venue Manager’s work schedule, designed in coordination with the Venue Manager, ensures adequate student training and supervision and operational coverage for the Frist Campus Center. The Assistant Venue Manager also provides student team central services for the entire Venue Services department, including development and coordination of training programs and materials and assistance with the sourcing, hiring, and onboarding of new student team members. The Assistant Venue Manager provides day-of-event collaboration and support with the Frist Venue Associate and Venue Assistant team on events and gatherings that occur during nights and weekends. Working collaboratively with the Venues team, University Scheduling, Campus Dining, Building Services, Facilities, ODUS, Graduate School, Public Safety, Site Protection, and AV Services, the Assistant Venue Manager helps ensure safe, efficient operation of the campus center. The Assistant Venue Manager should be actively engaged in maintaining the look, feel, and operation of the Frist Campus Center with primary emphasis on the 100 Level. The Assistant Venue Manager is responsible for maintaining, scheduling, and supporting a robust equipment loaner program, which is operated out of the Frist Welcome Desk. The loaner program provides specialized event, performance, and video equipment, free of charge, to students, faculty, and staff. The Assistant Venue Manager assists with the procurement of equipment, manages the inventory, maintains the equipment, and supervises the request and check in/out process. The Assistant Venue Manager supports the emergency management protocol for the building in concert with the individual departmental Continuity of Operations Plans (COOPs). The Assistant Venue Manager, and team, partners with Public Safety and Campus Dining to maintain a safe environment during evening hours. In addition, the Assistant Venue Manager participates in the support of Campus Support Services cross-unit initiatives, including the support for major University convocations, including Opening Exercises and Commencement. The position is considered essential personnel. Typical shifts include nights (4:00pm – 12:00am) and weekends, with at least one late night shift (closing the center at 3am) a week. Normally, the position maintains a set schedule during the academic year with modest fluctuation to provide coverage during special events. Summer hours (June through mid-August) are typically 8:30am-4:30pm. The principal duties and responsibilities of the Assistant Venue Manager include the ability to manage a team of students, be flexible and adaptive to changing needs of the venues and clients, work autonomously and with initiative, have great communication skills, and be adept at problem solving. The Assistant Venue Manager must interact effectively with individuals at all levels within and outside the University, and develop a supportive team that is cooperative, collaborative, responsive, and proactive.
Princeton University invites applications for the position of Assistant Manager, Catering Department of Campus Dining. Chartered in 1746, Princeton currently has enrolled approximately 7,900 students and employs approximately 6,100 benefits eligible employees. As a research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. At the same time, Princeton is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to undergraduate teaching. Interdisciplinary work is vital to Princeton and is reflected in a full spectrum of academic programs. Campus Dining 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 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.
Campus Support Services, a department within University Services, provides event, performance, and venue support services for the Princeton University community. Campus Support Services is comprised of three units, Venue Services, providing facility management for mixed-use spaces, Performing Arts Services, supporting an historic concert hall, arts complex and theaters across campus, and Audio and Video Services, a unit providing audio and video support for University events, classes, and productions. SUMMARY OF POSITIONThe Video Accessibility Associate provides broad video operational accessibility services for the University community. With an emphasis on service excellence and technical expertise, the Associate provides operational support for classes, events, and video productions. The Associate serves as an in-house provider for live closed captioning services. The Associate is a skilled video editor, capable of providing postproduction video editing, with an emphasis on accessibility. In addition, the Associate serves as a resource for the University community coordinating and sourcing supplemental closed captioning vendor support. The Associate works in multiple settings, including remote location shoots, classrooms and event spaces, and the Princeton Broadcast Studio. The Video Accessibility Associate provides live closed-captioning services for select University events, classes, and video projects. The Associate is responsible for the setup, configuration, and testing of all closed captioning equipment. Using professional closed captioning and voice recognition equipment and applications, the Associate serves as the closed captioning operator. The Video Accessibility Associate provides post-production editing for select video projects, adding closed captioning and/or editing existing captioning. The Associate can create verbatim scripts to post-production programs. The Video Accessibility Associate coordinates service requests, independently managing, based on criteria, projects the Associate will personally support and projects that will need supplemental vendor support. The Associates provides consultation to departments on hiring approved University vendors. The Associate maintains excellent relationships with vendors and tracks their work on campus. The Associate assists with the preparation of closed captioning projects with vendors, including assisting with program information and content gathering. In addition, as a member of the AV Services unit, the Video Accessibility Associate assists with general AV support, including serving as an assistant with video shoots, editing work, and equipment maintenance, and participates in departmental initiatives and cross-unit support. The Video Accessibility Associate provides exceptional support and fosters excellent relationships with the University community. The position requires the ability to interact with various users across campus, and the capacity to adapt to dynamic, changing situations positively and proactively. The position has flexible hours, including nighttime and weekends, to provide needed support for classes and events. With a foundation of service excellence, the Associate is a key resource for video accessibility services.
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 coach of Women's Ice Hockey 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.
The Pace Center for Civic Engagement seeks to hire one Community House Summer Alumni to support the development and implementation of a 6 week performing arts summer camp as part of the Community House program for area middle and high school aged students. Founded in 1969, the Community House program works with families to support underrepresented youth through innovative programming that focuses on providing tools for academic success and enhancing social-emotional literacy. Community House’s core values of Bridging Communities, demonstrating integrity and fostering growth manifest in each of the program’s youth and family development projects, dynamic family focused events and holistic approach to youth development work. Each summer, Community House hosts a summer camp experience for area youth. This year, the camp will focus on the theater arts and culminate in a full scale family-friendly production of a musical performed by the campers.
The Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI) at Princeton University is searching for a Faculty Assistant to provide high-level administrative support for several faculty members and their laboratories. Responsibilities include a wide range of fiscal, academic, and administrative duties in a deadline-oriented environment with competing demands and utilizing superior organizational skills to be able to manage and prioritize multiple, simultaneous projects and tasks. The Faculty Assistant will demonstrate a high degree of professionalism, use sound judgment, maintain confidentiality, and be flexible as demands and priorities change. This position is responsible for a wide range of duties assisting faculty members with their procurement, teaching, and event planning, and extending to their laboratory needs and personnel. Ability to handle faculty in multiple appointments within Princeton University and their commitments in outside institutions, including some job functions in non-Princeton systems.
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 330 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 provides strategic leadership and 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.
BACKGROUND Chartered in 1746, Princeton currently has enrolled approximately 8,100 students (5,260 undergraduates and 2,845 graduate students) and employs approximately 6,900 benefits-eligible employees. As a research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. At the same time, Princeton is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to undergraduate teaching. Interdisciplinary work is vital to Princeton and is reflected in a full spectrum of academic programs. Campus Support Services, a department within University Services, provides event, performance, and venue support services for the Princeton University community. Campus Support Services is comprised of three units, Venue Services, providing facility management for mixed-use spaces, Performing Arts Services, supporting an historic concert hall, arts complex and theaters across campus, and Instructional Support Services, a unit providing audio and video support for University events, classes, and productions. SUMMARY OF POSITION The Senior Broadcast Associate provides operational oversight for a broad range of audio and video services in support of the University community. With an emphasis on service excellence and technical expertise, the Associate manages and serves as the operational lead for the Princeton Broadcast Studio. The Associate is a skilled technical expert providing operational support for video recordings, live video and radio broadcasts, simulcasts, podcasts, and post-production services. The Associate coordinates use of the Broadcast Studio, working closely with colleagues in Communications and the McGraw Center, to schedule and support use of the Studio as well as management of the repair and replacement of equipment in the Studio. In addition, the Associate provides operational support for major events, including University convocations, in remote locations across campus. As the manager of the Broadcast Studio, the Senior Broadcast Associate coordinates all use of the Studio and operates all technical capabilities in the Studio. The Associate provides day-of oversight of additional support staff and users of the studio. The Associate is responsible for preparing the Studio for supported work, including setting up microphones, cameras, and lighting and testing video and audio chain connections. During sessions, the Associate primarily serves as lead operator for the capture and creation of videos, broadcasts, and podcasts. The Associate works closely with producers and presenters, maintaining a professional, comfortable, and creative environment at all times. Following sessions, the Associate provides post-production work, including audio and video editing services. The Senior Broadcast Associate works closely with campus partners to schedule, train, and supplement operational support for all uses of the Broadcast Studio. The Associate ensures that the Studio is operational and ready for use by partners and provides support, including serving as an audio and video engineer, when needed. The Associate manages the schedule for the Studio, ensuring that Studio is optimally used to support priority work, including faculty support and last-minute needs. The Senior Broadcast Associate is responsible for maintaining all equipment in the Studio. The Associate develops repair and replacement strategic plans, ensuring that equipment is replaced in a timing manner within the budgeting constraints. The Associate is capable of making many repairs and installations and coordinates additional support, as needed. In addition, the Senior Broadcast Associate provides operational support for a variety of remote sessions, including the support for major convocations. The Associate serves as the primary engineer for the broadcast, simulcast, and video screen projections for convocations, including Opening Exercises, Reunions, and Commencement events. The Senior Broadcast Associate provides exceptional support for users of the Studio and fosters excellent relationships with the University community. The position requires the ability to interact with various users across campus, and the capacity to adapt to dynamic, changing situations positively and proactively. The position has flexible hours, including nighttime and weekends, in order to provide needed support for classes and events. With a foundation of service excellence, the Associate is a key resource for audio and video support across campus.
As a key member of the leadership team reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Facilities Operations (AVP), the Director of Asset Management leads, plans, organizes, and manages a high-performing work unit of approximately 15 employees who support Princeton University’s mission by stewarding the growing campus of over 250 buildings and ten million square feet of space in a sustainable way to create an environment of exceptional quality where learning and research thrive. The Director provides administrative controls and oversight for an annual operating budget of over $70 million. Managerial responsibilities include providing direct supervision to the Assistant Director, Operations Support; Assistant Director, Administrative and Business Services; Assistant Manager, Business Integration and Service; and Manager, Business Intelligence. The Director fosters a culture that incorporates the core values of Facilities (teamwork, innovation, integrity, inclusiveness, respect, and sustainability) and places high value on customer service, workplace safety, and the use of technology to support the department and campus mission. The incumbent also maintains strong communication and relationships with campus peers and partners, tailoring the operational resources and processes to meet and exceed customer expectations. The incumbent represents the asset management department on University committees and may function as the acting Assistant Vice President for Facilities Operations during their absence.
Princeton University seeks a collaborative individual with strong personal motivation to join our research development team. As a key member of the Office of the Dean for Research, you will be responsible for driving the strategic direction of research and development initiatives, identifying new opportunities for growth and innovation, and fostering a culture of collaboration, creativity, and excellence within your portfolio. You will work closely with senior leadership, stakeholders, and external partners to develop and execute strategic plans that align with research priorities, and ensure that research development efforts are impactful, sustainable, and responsive to the needs of our community. Our research development services include providing competitive intelligence, background research on a particular agency’s funding strategies, outreach to program officers, project management support, professional writing of key proposal elements, and expert guidance throughout the entire proposal development process. To be successful in this role, you must possess strong leadership skills to influence faculty leaders and guide the proposal team members, a deep understanding of the federal funding landscape to identify and assess funding opportunities, and a proven track record of partnering with faculty. You should be a skilled communicator, able to engage with faculty pro-actively about the highly competitive landscape for federal funding. You will be responsible for cultivating relationships with faculty and institutional leaders to be an effective thought partner in organizing diverse and inclusive research teams, engaging external partners, and developing management and outreach plans to capitalize on funding opportunities. The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong background in research development, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a keen eye for detail. You should also be highly motivated and able to work effectively in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.
The Director of Housing Real Estate Services will lead an organization that delivers comprehensive residential programs for Princeton University faculty and staff. This includes direct customer service, residential portfolio management, staff team leadership, and program administration for Princeton’s purchase, rental, short stay, and other housing services. The director will report to the Associate Vice President for University Services, lead a team that currently includes six staff, and collaborate with the Executive Director of Housing in the overall administration of the Housing and Real Estate Services group. Critical to the director’s success will be strong working relationships with campus partners and program users, especially the offices of the Dean of Faculty, the Vice President for Human Resources, and other academic and administrative leaders. Active engagement in the Princeton community, both on and off-campus, will also be an important responsibility. The overarching objective for the Director of Housing Real Estate Services will be to lead an organization that effectively supports the recruitment and retention of Princeton’s world class faculty and staff. The director will ensure that service management for a diverse clientele, organizational leadership, real estate portfolio management, communications, and deployment of business technology are functioning at full capacity and potential. Background Housing and Real Estate Services is part of Princeton’s University Services organization. University Services focuses on providing high quality, integrated services to the University community. The departments of Campus Dining, Campus Support Services (AV Services, Performing Arts Services, Venue Services), Conference and Event Services and University Scheduling, Housing and Real Estate Services, Print and Mail Services, The Service Point (integrated customer service center), Talent and Organizational Development, Transportation and Parking Services, and University Services Administration (which includes Finance, Communications, and Information Technology) are housed within University Services. The University has long been dedicated to providing a wide range of housing options, not only for undergraduate and graduate students, but for faculty and staff as well. To this end, the University owns and manages a diverse portfolio of residential properties. Housing and Real Estate Services is responsible for the management and oversight of the University’s housing portfolio. The scale of Faculty and Staff Housing at Princeton is robust and diverse and includes approximately 600 units of rental housing, short-term and furnished housing options and approximately 150 units of property in close proximity to campus and which are available for purchase by eligible employees. If this role is of interest, reach out to Jamila Ouadghiri, HAYS Recruitment's Multifamily Executive Search Consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org or 347 343 4418 to schedule a confidential conversation.
The Department of Chemistry seeks applicants for a Faculty Assistant who will provide a high level of academic, administrative and research support for Chemistry faculty members and their respective research groups. The individual's responsibilities will include scheduling, travel and event planning, providing course support and liaising with students, processing expenses, ordering lab equipment and supplies, tracking lab purchase orders, and providing significant and frequent assistance with grants management activities including creating, preparing and entering all non-scientific data for grant applications and projecting for spending on grants as well as unrestricted accounts in research funding.
The Office of the Dean of the Graduate School is seeking an Assistant Director of Graduate Experiential Programs for GradFUTURES®, a campus-wide professional development initiative designed to empower graduate students with professional skills and competencies and help them explore their unique interests and diverse professional pathways via transformative programs and experiences. The position reports directly to the Associate Dean for Graduate Student Professional Development & Director of GradFUTURES and is part of an entrepreneurial team that embraces innovation and seeks to make professional development an intrinsic part of every graduate student’s experience at Princeton. With the goal of scaling access to experiential opportunities for all graduate students, the assistant director will plan, administer, expand, and assess six bespoke experiential fellowship programs funded and managed by the GradFUTURES team. These programs include: the University Administrative Fellowships, the Community College Teaching Fellowships, the GradFUTURES Social Impact Fellowships, the Pre-Matriculation Internships, and the newly launched Higher Education Leadership Fellowships and GradFUTURES Micro-Internships in Industry programs. This professional will collaborate with the Assistant Deans to maintain and expand 100+ existing partnerships with campus partners, academic institutions, nonprofit, public, and private sector organizations. Working closely with the Associate Dean, the Assistant Deans and other key stakeholders, they will implement a plan to triple employer partnerships over the next three years. In addition, they will collaborate with graduate alumni and a range of campus partners to identify, develop, and coordinate employer relationships with the goal of increasing the number of bespoke internship and fellowship opportunities offered for graduate students through the GradFUTURES initiative at the Graduate School. (Campus partners may include Corporate Engagement & Foundation Relations, Princeton Innovation, the Pace Center, the Center for Career Development, among others.) Applying evidence-based approaches and engaged and integrative learning practices, they will continuously assess and refine all experiential programs led by the Graduate School to ensure that graduate students are developing the eight core competencies of the GradFUTURES model and that each experience is transformative. They will conduct benchmarking with peer institutions to build awareness of best practices for experiential programs within graduate education. In collaboration with the assistant deans, they will also curate best practices and explore potential participation in professional development grants and/or national programs sponsored by government agencies such as the NEH and NSF, and higher education associations such as the AAU, CGS and the AAC&U. They will also assist with and expand partnerships with major scholarly and praxis-based associations such as the MLA, ACLS, AHA, AAAS, FAS, and IEEE, among others. For academic departments with required graduate internships, the assistant director will provide support for internship development as requested. For all GradFUTURES fellowship and internship programs, the assistant director will develop and implement processes and work flows applying project management skills and leveraging technology to curate and promote opportunities, manage applications and candidate referrals, assess learning outcomes and satisfaction, and boost visibility of these programs via storytelling. They will oversee the onboarding of partners, conduct routine check-ins, manage information sessions, create community-building events with hosts/mentors and cohorts of fellows, ensure timely payment of fellowship stipends, and support capstone assignments and presentations. The Office of the Dean of the Graduate School offers an inclusive and supportive work environment. Engaged and dedicated staff members within the office collaborate to improve the educational experience of all graduate students at Princeton. The work itself is extraordinarily rewarding: it is multi-faceted, always evolving, and meaningful. This is a full-time position with an anticipated start date of July, 2023. Apply by June 15, 2023 for fullest consideration.
The Princeton University Art Museum welcomes applications for the position of Museum Store Sales Associate. A successful store associate engages readily with visitors, imparting knowledge and hospitality while displaying strong selling skills. Superior customer service is expected of every store associate, with a focus on teamwork as well as possessing an individual zest for task completion. We have immediate openings for part-time Art Museum Store staff for our store located at 56 Nassau Street, Princeton. This is an ongoing position that requires a minimum of 16 hours up to 30 hours per week or approximately 2-4 shifts. About the Museum:The Princeton University Art Museum is one of the world’s greatest teaching museums, with globe-spanning collections that include more than 114,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years of human history. As an academically based, public-facing museum to which admission is always free, the Museum is committed to shaping welcoming and challenging experiences that unite outstanding art, fresh scholarship accessibly presented, and diverse perspectives.To learn more about the Princeton University Art Museum, visit artmuseum.princeton.edu.
The Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) seeks a Digital Humanities Project Manager. The position requires both a deep knowledge of digital humanities research, as well as excellence in project management in an academic setting. The DH Project Manager will support Princeton faculty and students in the incubation, planning, implementation, and conclusion stages of their projects. They consult regularly with project teams, problem-solve, track documentation, and coordinate events and publicity. The selected candidate will consult with the broader CDH community at Princeton, and mentor graduate student Project Managers. They will play a major role in the CDH’s flagship project, the Princeton Prosody Archive (PPA), in preparation for CDH 10-year anniversary. In addition, they will contribute to a number of CDH administrative needs, and may coordinate select CDH events and activities. This individual is expected to be an active member of the intellectual life of the CDH.
Princeton University seeks a highly motivated, highly experienced individual to serve as Grants Manager (GM) in the Department of Molecular Biology. This position is fully remote. The GM’s primary responsibilities are pre- and post-award activities related to sponsored project grants, including faculty research grants and career awards, as well as fellowships/career development awards for graduate students and postdoctoral associates. The person in this position must have experience with sponsored academic research awards either at the pre- or post-award stage. The ideal person will have both. This position requires minimum supervision and reports to the Senior Grants Manager. Submission of resume and cover letter is required.
The Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Senior Specialist (Senior Specialist) will collaborate with colleagues in Human Resources and across campus to support the advancement of employee-focused institutional and departmental DEI goals. The Senior Specialist will directly interact with senior leaders to customize and implement unit DEI plans and initiatives aligned with Princeton's DEI strategy. They will be responsible for executing DEI data reviews, identifying trends, and developing strategies customized to meet the needs of specific units. The Senior Specialist will assist units in facilitating DEI committees and developing DEI learning paths. The Senior Specialist will serve as a resource and a contact for units on a broad range of DEI matters. They will provide consultative support to a wide range of employees from diverse cultural and identity groups, with varying degrees of DEI subject matter knowledge, and among all types of positions within the institution. Therefore, candidates should have knowledge and experience in DEI, DEI data analysis, familiarity with workplace dynamics and functions, and strong coaching skills.
SHARE's purpose is to lead and support campus efforts to address interpersonal violence. The Office provides trauma-sensitive emergency response, intervention, and care to student survivors of sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking. SHARE also works closely with a network of campus and community partners to foster a University environment that is intolerant of abuse, responsive to needs of survivors, and holds perpetrators accountable for their actions. We aim to contribute to a campus culture in which interpersonal violence has no place and our distinctive community of learning is free to flourish. Reporting to the Associate Director, the Prevention Manager's responsibilities include assisting the Associate Director in developing and facilitating an evidence-based curriculum which identifies how to stop interpersonal violence before it occurs and increase healthy relationships skills within the Princeton University community. The Manager will work with a multidisciplinary team of colleagues and students in implementing, evaluating, refining Prevention programming, including interpersonal violence prevention programming for varsity athletes, bystander intervention, as well as the development of programming about bodies and boundaries, bystander engagement, gender expectations, healthy communication and consent, online dynamics, and accessing community resources. As with all SHARE positions, the Manager’s role will involve addressing the roots of interpersonal violence—power, privilege, and oppression including racism, misogyny, homophobia, ableism, and other forms of oppression. The Manager will also lead the prevention and awareness programming within the SHARE Peer Program (e.g., bystander intervention training, annual peer training, other projects as initiated by peers) and other administrative tasks associated with the core functioning of the program.
Platform Administrator for Campus Engagement Platforms is a member of the Package Adoption and Configuration (PAC) team and is the secondary platform administrator for the enterprise event management system, CampusGroups, Learn.com and the global programs platform, GPS. This position will also work closely with the event management system team to manage the integration of CampusGroups and EMS, and align their functions to support the campus-wide effort to build unified calendaring and website feeds.
The School of Architecture is seeking an Administrative and Events Coordinator. Working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, this individual is a proactive, highly organized, resourceful team player with excellent customer service and decision-making skills. Serving as the primary contact for events, travel, and administrative support, they will be responsible for managing the SoA’s wide range of events including the Lecture series, conferences, departmental functions, graduate and undergraduate student events, recruiting events, and commencement activities. Additionally, this role is the primary contact for all SoA related travel and will provide administrative support to the School of Architecture faculty, staff, students, and visitors. The position requires strong interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to complete complex assignments quickly, independently, and proactively, and the ability to manage and prioritize multiple, simultaneous projects and tasks. This position reports to the Department Manager, is a full-time position that requires a flexible schedule during peak periods of activity when there will be some weekend and evening hours.