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Requisition # 2021-12309
Date Posted 2 days ago(1/20/2021 4:16 PM)
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 Coordinator of Men’s Lacrosse Operations is to support a quality varsity program that will challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes of a Division I program.  Princeton University Athletics, a Division I and Ivy League Conference Institution, is seeking a Coordinator of Operations for the Men's Lacrosse program under the general supervision of the Head Coach. This is a non-coaching position. 
Department
Athletics-Coaches
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Athletics
Requisition # 2021-12333
Date Posted 2 days ago(1/20/2021 4:04 PM)
University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University is a fully accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, or “AAAHC”) health care facility.  Located in the McCosh Health Center, the Caldwell Field House, and Dillon Gym, UHS provides comprehensive health services to more than 7,500 Princeton undergraduate and graduate students, and specialized services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees who experience work-related injuries and illnesses, or who require consultations regarding international and travel medicine. UHS’s mission is to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of our diverse University community.  This mission is pursued and supports the University’s purpose by using current knowledge of health and human development to guide responsive, high quality clinical, prevention, and consultation services.UHS’s values are Respect & Compassionate Care; Integrity & Service Excellence; Collaboration & Innovative Solutions; & Engagement & Lifelong Learning.As a member of the UHS staff, your job may be deemed “essential” as defined by University and UHS policy. Please ask you supervisor for additional information. UHS hires individuals of all backgrounds.  We build on our staff’s diversity--recognizing, valuing, and appreciating the different perspectives, talents and energy of all.  UHS invites all its employees to make a valuable contribution in this regard. We firmly believe that being an inclusive and culturally responsive community is one of the foundations of a vibrant, relevant organization. We aspire to develop the mindsets, knowledge and abilities to build equitable and inclusive systems, teams and culture. POSITION SUMMARYThe Clinical Dietitian is primarily responsible for providing comprehensive clinical nutrition care that serves the needs of a diverse campus community.  The primary responsibility is to function as the Nutrition Therapist on the interdisciplinary eating disorders treatment team as well as a clinical dietitian for students with complex medical needs.   In addition, this individual must be able to cross-cover and support the Sports Dietitian for the Athletic Medicine Department. The Clinical Dietitian also provides expertise and input to the campus community through collaboration with the Health Promotion and Prevention program. In collaboration with his/her supervisor, the Clinical Dietitian is responsible for the technical, professional and administrative responsibilities required to plan, organize, implement, and evaluate a functionally comprehensive clinical nutrition program at UHS.  While the Clinical Dietitian reports to the Associate Director, Medical Services, they also work under the supervision and guidance of the Director of Athletic Medicine related to work with varsity athletes and teams when supporting the Sports Dietitian.  This position is a 50% duty time, 12 month position. 
Department
Health Services
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2021-12322
Date Posted 3 days ago(1/19/2021 2:46 PM)
The Vaccine Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating Covid-19 vaccine management activities, including ordering vaccines, ensuring vaccines are stored and handled correctly, vaccine inventory tracking, and staff training. The Vaccine Coordinator ensures proper storage of vaccine in compliance with standards, maintains record keeping and appointment system, and maintains systems to assure high compliance with state regulation. Supervises entry of vaccine and immunization data to ensure compliance with state regulation and prepares reports as needed for the New Jersey State Department of Health.
Department
Health Services
Full-Time / Part-Time
Temporary
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2021-12310
Date Posted 7 days ago(1/15/2021 12:48 PM)
The High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) at Princeton University advances understanding of the Earth as a complex system influenced by human activities, and informs solutions to local and global challenges by conducting groundbreaking research across disciplines and by preparing future leaders in diverse fields to impact a world increasingly shaped by climate change. The Project Coordinator provides administrative coordination and communications support for two related research activities: the Hydroframe-Machine Learning Convergence Accelerator Project and the HydroFrame Project; and also supports research activities of faculty leading the Integrated Groundwater Modelling Center. The Hydroframe-Machine Learning Groundwater Convergence Accelerator project brings together hydrologists, data scientists, machine learning (ML) experts, software engineers and user-centered design specialists from multiple institutions to make groundwater data accessible and to improve hydrologic forecasting with ML. The project is funded by the National Science Foundation and is headquartered at Princeton University. The Hydroframe Groundwater Modeling project provides a platform to facilitate easy interaction with large computationally intensive hydrologic models and numerous simulated outputs. The tools produced through this initiative enable users to subset model inputs and outputs for any watershed in the U.S, run their own simulations and visualize and analyze existing model outputs or newly generated results.  It also develops free interactive educational tools and lesson plans to teach students of all ages about groundwater and the hydrologic cycle. Combined, both projects involve over 30 researchers from several academic and government institutions and two software companies. The Project Coordinator provides direct support to the two co-PIs, one faculty member at Princeton University, and the other at the University of Arizona. The individual also indirectly supports and interacts with contributors to both projects including faculty, researchers, graduate students, and government and software company collaborators.  This is a 50% duty time, 1 year term position with possibility of extension and increase in duty time.
Department
High Meadows Environmental Ins
Full-Time / Part-Time
Part-Time
Category
Administrative Support
Requisition # 2021-12307
Date Posted 1 week ago(1/12/2021 12:38 PM)
Reporting to the Vice President for Facilities, the Associate Vice President, Capital Projects  (AVP) will be responsible for managing the University’s capital projects from project inception and design phases through commissioning and closeout, as well as, directing its real estate activities. As Princeton embarks on a major multi-year capital program, the AVP will establish a strategic and integrated approach to developing the University’s facilities and will thereby strengthen its management of the physical resources it leverages to advance the academic mission. The AVP is also responsible for directing Princeton’s real-estate development activities, including leading strategic planning efforts and oversight of acquisition, sale, and leasing of all Princeton's real property assets. This includes management, construction, and financing of all real-estate projects and collaborations with private development partners. The AVP leads a staff of 60 professionals with a wide range of skills.
Department
Office of Capital Projects
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Requisition # 2021-12303
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(1/11/2021 10:20 AM)
The Eviction Lab Audience and Community Engagement Editor will be tasked with maintaining local connections to writers and analysts that can help track the impact of the Lab’s work on local housing trends. This position will also help the Eviction Lab build out its network of reporters and researchers. The Editor will also partner with our Senior Narrative Change Liaison to hold media trainings, conduct press briefings, and organize events around the launch of major Eviction Lab projects. These efforts will ensure the research, data, and tools the Eviction Lab provides reach wide and diverse audiences, and that the stories behind the data are elevated in the national conversation. The Eviction Lab recognizes the power that journalism has to influence attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. By rooting our social science research in stories and communities across the country, we seek to motivate changes to policy, practice, and culture in support of the right to housing and wellbeing. Our goal is to address the current housing crisis and its effects, as well as envision a future in which individuals and families across America have secure, quality, and safe housing, particularly amongst U.S. Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and other communities of color facing systemic dispossession from land and housing. Through this two-year position, the Eviction Lab will deepen its work within communities most affected by the housing crisis by expanding the reach of the lab’s narrative change work.
Department
Sociology
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Communications and Public Relations
Requisition # 2021-12304
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(1/11/2021 9:15 AM)
The Director of Residential Dining oversees all aspects of the board plan dining program including the dining menus and meal plans.  The self-operated operations employ approximately 22 management and approximately 140 associates.  All of Campus Dining front-line associates are members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).  The Director of Residential Dining is responsible to capitalize on the strengths of each and broaden perspectives to execute an exceptional culinary program, which will meet and exceed customer expectations.  The Director of Residential Dining must have a robust operational background and a good understanding of how to identify, develop, and implement changes resulting from food service trends, culinary objectives, and sustainability practices.  The Director of Residential Dining creates an environment where all are encouraged to suggest new ideas and must possess the ability to carefully evaluate these ideas.  They must be able to respond quickly to changing business needs and priorities and to balance strategic thinking with tactical implementation.  The Director of Residential Dining must have a strong commitment to providing excellent customer service to both internal and external constituents; be able to get first-hand customer information and use it for improvements in products and services; act with customers in mind; establish and maintain effective relationships with customers and gain their trust and respect.  Wellness and sustainability are important initiatives of Campus Dining.  Menus provide options for a healthy diet based on the principles of moderation and variety, and the department operates an Allergy Awareness Program to assist customers with special dietary needs.  In addition, through Campus Dining’s Sustainability Initiative, consideration is given to the broader context of social and environmental issues surrounding food production, distribution, and preparation.  The Director of Residential Dining is responsible for assisting in leading these initiatives and overseeing the development of innovative programs that ensure progress continues in these areas.   Leadership:Campus Dining maintains a flat organization structure.  The Director of Residential Dining will lead a management team which is comprised of approximately 22 managers.  Success in this role requires a proven professional who brings broad-based management experience in administration and finance and a demonstrated ability to lead a multi-faceted service operation, comprised of distinct administrative and production staff, whose mission is to provide exceptional service to diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and alumni.  The Director of Residential Dining must have a proven ability to attract, mentor, motivate, and lead a strong, cohesive, and a high-performing team.  The managerial skills to establish a team and goal-oriented environment; the ability to provide vision and encourage innovation; and the skills and confidence to empower staff through active communication, delegation, direction, assessment, confidence building, promoting diversity of thought, and celebrating achievements.  The Director of Residential Dining must possess the ability to coach, train, and evaluate professional team members and the courage to communicate honest, effective feedback in a transparent, respectful manner.  The Director of Residential Dining is responsible for hiring staff and ensuring that they are provided opportunities for continued development.  As a result, the Director of Residential Dining must possess excellent human resource, supervisory, and mentoring/coaching skills, and the ability to successfully interact with administrative professionals and union staff.  The Director of Residential Dining must have a proven commitment to professional development, advanced training and education and the ability to identify professional development opportunities for staff to reach their full potential.  As a result, they must be able to create an environment which facilitates career planning.  Campus Dining employs staff and serves customers with widely varying backgrounds, perspectives, education, and skills.  In addition, the primary language spoken by those who work within the unit varies greatly.  The Director of Residential Dining must have a personal and professional commitment to diversity and inclusion, as demonstrated by persistent effort, active, and innovative planning, allocation of resources and/or accountability for diversity outcomes, and the ability to relate well with such diverse populations.  The Director of Residential Dining must be both an effective manager and team member who can work in a dynamic and collaborative environment and who has the ability to both take direction and communicate it to complex teams.  They must have the ability to communicate and implement, in collaboration with subordinate personnel, Campus Dining’s vision, mission, goals, objectives and strategic plans.  The Director of Residential Dining must have the ability to create a sense of ownership within the team by being a good communicator who clearly assigns responsibilities and objectives and who develops procedures and feedback mechanisms.    Internal and External Relationships:The Director of Residential Dining must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills to create collaborative relationships with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders.  Princeton’s diversity initiatives have resulted in a vibrant, colorful, and inclusive campus.  Graduate and undergraduate student populations, along with faculty and staff, come from many different ethnic, religious, racial, geographic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.  The Director of Residential Dining must represent the department in a positive manner while creating an environment that fosters respect and courtesy for all.  They work closely with staff in many administrative offices at the University.  The Director of Residential Dining must be able to quickly find common ground, solve problems for the good of all, represent their own interests and yet be fair to other groups.  They must be an active listener, dynamic, a critical thinker, and have ability to multi-task and ensure effective time management. The Director of Residential Dining must be a person of the highest integrity with a collegial style that engenders trust and enables collaboration – someone who brings enthusiasm for day-to-day management of efficient, responsive operations, and for working as part of a leadership team to develop and implement an effective management strategy.  The Director of Residential Dining must have the ability to understand the objectives, goals, activities and regulations of the institution and departments and their implications for programs, policies, and decisions.  They must be a good listener who has a willingness to support and contribute to the University’s culture of respect and uphold a strong work ethic, be caring and thoughtful, and have the ability to think strategically.  Financial and Compliance:The Director of Residential Dining is responsible for overseeing the preparation and management of budgets and monitoring the financial success of all Residential Operations.  They must possess a strong background in fiscal planning, budget preparation and management, revenue forecasting and financial modeling, understanding, interpreting, and explaining profit and loss reports and recommending corrective actions. The Director of Residential Dining must be able to evaluate opportunities to refine services, perform operations analysis and quality control analysis.  The Director of Residential Dining is responsible for ensuring compliance with University policy and enforcing, reviewing, and interpreting safety and sanitation standards and regulations mandated by local, state, and federal agencies.  They are responsible for quality control systems in food production and presentation within units.  Innovation:The Director of Residential Dining must be an innovative leader and thinker who can bring a wealth of cutting edge and diverse food service/ hospitality experience to reimagine the residential dining program. The Director of Residential Dining will design, research, analyze, and develop new concepts and programs that with have an impact on revitalizing the front of house experience of the students and constituents who utilize dining services at Princeton University.  Princeton University has retained JDR Quest, an executive search firm, to assist in this search. Confidential inquiries, nominations, referrals, and resumes with cover letters should be submitted to: Josh Reich at josh@jdrquest.comCandidates must also apply online on this site as well. A full job description will be furnished prior to interivew.  
Department
Campus Dining
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2021-12301
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(1/7/2021 2:00 PM)
Princeton University seeks an experienced and dynamic leader to serve as its next Director of Undergraduate Financial Aid and Student Employment.  Reporting to the Dean of the College, the director leads the University’s Office of Undergraduate Financial Aid and Student Employment programs and develops long-term aid and student employment strategies in support of the University’s mission.  In close partnership with the Provost, the Dean of the College, and the Dean of Admission, the director establishes effective aid strategies that help enroll students from diverse socio-economic backgrounds. Princeton University is a world-renowned research university with a vibrant community of scholarship, research, and teaching that seeks to serve the nation and humanity.  The approximately 5,300 undergraduate students are part of a vibrant campus community, and students stay connected to Princeton long after they have graduated. Over the last decade, the University has nearly doubled the number of students in the entering class who are first-generation college students or recipients of Federal Pell grants, which provide support for students from low-income backgrounds.
Department
Undergraduate Financial Aid
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Financial Aid
Requisition # 2021-12300
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(1/6/2021 10:28 AM)
The mission of Princeton University Department of Athletics is to strive for excellence in academics and athletics, while embracing equity in opportunity, good sportsmanship, and ethical conduct. In keeping with this mission, the role of the Assistant Varsity Strength Coach is to support quality varsity programs that challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes of Division I programs. The main role of the Assistant Varsity Strength Coach is to assist with the development of performance programs for all varsity programs. The secondary role is to assist with the maintenance and upgrade recommendations of the performance facilities. This is a 10 month benefits eligible position. 
Department
Athletics-Coaches
Full-Time / Part-Time
Part-Time
Category
Athletics
Requisition # 2021-12292
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(1/5/2021 4:45 PM)
The Princeton Undergraduate Financial Aid Office seeks a motivated individual for the position of Financial Aid Officer. This position is a complex administrative job with all of the fundamental aid responsibilities, including making award decisions, reviewing appeals, federal verification and counseling students and families. The demand of constant aid activity throughout the year requires independent decision-making and the ability to exercise professional judgment when required. The financial aid officer will also be required to participate in outreach and tailor presentations to a variety of audiences. Flexibility and adaptability are necessary to keep up with the fast-paced changes in financial aid as well as the needs of the office.
Department
Undergraduate Financial Aid
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Financial Aid
Application Deadline
2/1/2021
Requisition # 2021-12298
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(1/5/2021 4:19 PM)
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 Varsity Strength Coach is to support quality varsity programs that challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes of Division I programs. The main role of the Assistant Varsity Strength Coach is to assist with the development of performance programs for all varsity programs. The secondary role is to assist with the maintenance and upgrade recommendations of the performance facilities. This is a 12 months benefits eligible position. 
Department
Athletics-Coaches
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Athletics
Requisition # 2021-12293
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(1/5/2021 9:57 AM)
Under the direction of a General Supervisor and Team Leader, the CLIA Lab Technician is responsible for performing high complexity tests that are authorized by the laboratory director. This includes specimen handling and processing, test analyses and reporting and maintaining patient test results. The Lab Technician is responsible for following the laboratory's procedures and maintaining records that demonstrate proficiency testing samples are tested in the same manner as patient specimens. The Lab Technician also performs detailed lab support duties including: lab organization, maintenance, and participation in group meetings and supporting lab members with their projects. This is a 1 year term position with the possibility of renewal.
Department
Molecular Biology
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2020-12286
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/23/2020 3:54 PM)
Princeton University seeks an innovative technology and business leader to serve as its inaugural Senior Director of Network Services. The University’s network is at the heart of all campus services and will be at the foundation of transforming teaching and research over the next decade. The Senior Director will lead a new organization and transform the University’s networking and communications infrastructures. You will create and build a dynamic and continuously evolving network service model that keeps pace with both University needs and pivotal industry advancements. You will bring a strong business focus to leverage modern, secure, highly available wired and wireless technologies and architectures to deliver the IT services to enable world-class computational research endeavors as well as for the campus strategic plan for campus expansion and operations. Reporting to the Associate CIO of Enterprise Infrastructure Services (EIS), you will partner with executive leadership in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and key University stakeholders and direct efforts to define, plan for, and execute on the vision for the University’s research and enterprise network services. As the Senior Director, you will also be responsible for envisioning and implementing a new business strategy for networking at Princeton that is aligned with industry best practices. Paramount to success is (1) the implementation of the University’s Service Management strategy and (2) the creation of a new, streamlined, continuously improving, and highly automated operational business model. You will lead an organization of 60 full-time technical staff and oversee all operational aspects of the network. This currently includes activities to support the campus Wi-Fi, direct connectivity to cloud providers and co-location facilities, campus network switch infrastructure, Internet carrier services, voice over IP services, campus emergency communications infrastructure, distributed antenna technologies, and network hardware installation services.
Department
Support Services
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2020-12285
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/23/2020 2:12 PM)
The Senior Manager for Package Adoption and Configuration leads a team of developers and analysts responsible for the implementation, maintenance, and support of vended applications and solutions used at Princeton University. The Senior Manager is also responsible for customer relationship management, vendor relationship management, user group/community engagement, and building and maintaining strong partnerships across the institution. In addition, the senior manager ensures alignment of the team’s work with OIT change management, IT governance, and information security standards and procedures.
Department
Software and Application Svs
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2020-12258
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/17/2020 11:36 AM)
University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University is a fully accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, or “AAAHC”) health care facility.  Located in the McCosh Health Center, the Caldwell Field House and Dillon Gym, UHS provides comprehensive health services to more than 7,500 Princeton undergraduate and graduate students, and specialized services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees who experience work-related injuries and illnesses, or who require consultations regarding international and travel medicine. UHS’s mission is to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of our diverse University community.  This mission is pursued and supports the University’s purpose by using current knowledge of health and human development to guide responsive, high quality clinical, prevention, and consultation services.UHS’s values are Respect & Compassionate Care; Integrity & Service Excellence; Collaboration & Innovative Solutions; & Engagement & Lifelong Learning.As a member of the UHS staff, your job may be deemed “essential” as defined by University and UHS policy. Please ask you supervisor for additional information. UHS hires individuals of all backgrounds.  We build on our staff’s diversity--recognizing, valuing, and appreciating the different perspectives, talents and energy of all.  UHS invites all its employees to make a valuable contribution in this regard. We firmly believe that being an inclusive and culturally responsive community is one of the foundations of a vibrant, relevant organization. We aspire to develop the mindsets, knowledge and abilities to build equitable and inclusive systems, teams and culture. POSITION SUMMARYThe Medical Assistant provides patient care and operational support to Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, and Nurses in the urgent care clinic and outpatient clinic.  Some of the Medical Assistant responsibilities include performing point of care diagnostic tests; logistical support for sports physicals for incoming students; daily stocking and maintenance of exam rooms; maintaining inventory of medical supplies; sterilization of medical instruments; preparing patients for medical visits including recording chief complaint and vital signs in the electronic medical record; and coordinating off-site referral appointments and diagnostic studies. This is a per diem position. Candidate will work on an as needed basis to backfill current staff. Daily clinic hours are M: 8am – 7pm; Tu-Fri: 8am – 5pm. May be required to work some Saturdays (9am – 4pm).
Department
Health Services
Full-Time / Part-Time
Temporary
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2020-12244
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/17/2020 11:30 AM)
University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University is a fully accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, or “AAAHC”) health care facility.  Located in the McCosh Health Center, theCaldwell Field House, and Dillon Gym, UHS provides comprehensive health services to more than 7,500 Princeton undergraduate and graduate students, and specialized services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees who experience work-related injuries and illnesses, or who require consultations regarding international and travel medicine. UHS’s mission is to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of our diverse University community.  This mission is pursued and supports the University’s purpose by using current knowledge of health and human development to guide responsive, high quality clinical, prevention, and consultation services.UHS’s values are Respect & Compassionate Care; Integrity & Service Excellence; Collaboration & Innovative Solutions; & Engagement & Lifelong Learning.UHS hires individuals of all backgrounds.  We build on our staff’s diversity--recognizing, valuing, and appreciating the different perspectives, talents and energy of all.  UHS invites all its employees to make a valuable contribution in this regard. We firmly believe that being an inclusive and culturally responsive community is one of the foundations of a vibrant, relevant organization. We aspire to develop the mindsets, knowledge and abilities to build equitable and inclusive systems, teams and culture.UHS fosters an organization-wide commitment to quality assurance and improvement. Quality within UHS involves attention to elements of both healthcare and total quality. Healthcare quality is operationalized by the Institute of Medicine through a focus on six aims for improving the delivery of care: safe, effective, patient-centered, efficient, timely, and equitable. Total quality is best defined as an attitude, an orientation that permeates an entire organization, and the way in which the organization performs its internal and external business functions. UHS aspires to be an organization where all employees are dedicated to both healthcare and total quality so that our system will ensure that all clients are served well. Therefore, we hire individuals who constantly strive for excellence and support continuous quality efforts in all that they do via actions and attitudes. As a member of the UHS staff, your job may be deemed “essential” as defined by University and UHS policy. Please ask you supervisor for additional information. The per diem Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) provides same day and acute concern health care to Princeton undergraduate and graduate students and their eligible dependents. This includes obtaining history, performing physical exams, ordering and interpreting appropriate lab, x-ray, and electrocardiogram studies. The per diem NP or PA performs minor office practice procedures such as suturing, incision & drainage. This position is responsible for charting in an electronic medical record. This is a per diem position.  Daily work hours are Mon-Fri, 8:45am -5pm. Candidate will be required to work a minimum of 2-4 morning shifts (9am – 1pm) or afternoon shifts (1pm – 5pm) per week.  May be required to work some Saturdays (9am – 4pm).
Department
Health Services
Full-Time / Part-Time
Temporary
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2020-12240
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/16/2020 4:19 PM)
This is an exciting time to join Princeton as it embarks on an ambitious, multi-year capital program. Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks an experienced Project Managers to join our dynamic staff. In collaboration with the Program Manager and university stakeholders, the Project Managers (PM) will organize and conduct the architect selection process in concert with the Office of the University Architect and  Facilities Finance and Administration for projects over $25,000. On Developer-led projects the PM will coordinate university stakeholder involvement in the developer lead process and will also be responsible for the selection of other professional services as required for a project. The PM represents the University’s interests throughout the design and construction process and is responsible for the coordination of the University’s efforts and the communication plan for the project, including users, leadership, stakeholders, and external consultants and builders. The PM  is responsible for managing and obtaining all required internal and external project approvals. Working in consultation with the Program Manager, the PM will: determine the appropriate construction format and organize the selection of a designer and/or builder; represent university interests through the design and construction process with internal university groups; serve as primary liaison between project design and construction teams; coordinate any university responsibilities in the field; coordinate the selection and procurement of furnishings and equipment; and facilitate occupancy of the project by the user. *This is a five years benefits eligible position.* 
Department
Office of Capital Projects
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Application Deadline
2/26/2021
Requisition # 2020-12255
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/16/2020 4:10 PM)
The Assistant Vice President for Capital Giving (AVP) is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced manager and accomplished advancement professional to lead and inspire a high-performing and experienced team as Princeton University enters into its next campaign. Reporting to the Vice President for Advancement and serving as a member of the Office of Advancement senior leadership team, the AVP will have oversight of the departments of Leadership Giving, International Development, and Gift Planning, collectively known within the office as “Capital Giving.” The AVP will lead and motivate a staff of approximately 34 FTEs, collectively responsible for raising at least $125M annually, by developing and implementing strategic priorities and goals for the departments. 
Department
Adv-Development
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Alumni Relations and Development
Requisition # 2020-12237
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/15/2020 9:14 AM)
University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University is a fully accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, or “AAAHC”) health care facility.  Located in the McCosh Health Center, the Caldwell Field House and Dillon Gym, UHS provides comprehensive health services to more than 7,500 Princeton undergraduate and graduate students, and specialized services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees who experience work-related injuries and illnesses, or who require consultations regarding international and travel medicine. UHS’s mission is to enhance learning and student success by advancing the health and well-being of our diverse University community.  This mission is pursued and supports the University’s purpose by using current knowledge of health and human development to guide responsive, high quality clinical, prevention, and consultation services.UHS’s values are Respect & Compassionate Care; Integrity & Service Excellence; Collaboration & Innovative Solutions; & Engagement & Lifelong LearningAs a member of the UHS staff, your job may be deemed “essential” as defined by University and UHS policy. Please ask you supervisor for additional information. UHS hires individuals of all backgrounds.  We build on our staff’s diversity--recognizing, valuing, and appreciating the different perspectives, talents and energy of all.  UHS invites all its employees to make a valuable contribution in this regard. We firmly believe that being an inclusive and culturally responsive community is one of the foundations of a vibrant, relevant organization. We aspire to develop the mindsets, knowledge and abilities to build equitable and inclusive systems, teams and culture.  POSITION SUMMARYThe Sexual Health and Wellness service (SHAW) provides counseling, education, evaluation and treatment of issues related to sexual and reproductive health and gynecological concerns.  The leader of the Sexual Health and Wellness service provides administrative oversight for this program as well as providing a significant portion of patient care in SHAW.
Department
Health Services
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Health Services
Requisition # 2020-12217
Date Posted 1 month ago(12/14/2020 7:11 PM)
Princeton University invites applications for the position of Front of House Wellness Manager for the Department of Campus Dining.  The Front of House Wellness Manager is responsible for delivering the brand of Campus Dining in a highly consistent way through the delivery of service, hospitality café set-up, preparedness, and execution on a daily basis at all meal periods.  Reporting to the Senior Operations Manager, the Front of House Wellness Manager contributes to the overall success of the Campus Dining Residential Program.  The Front of House Wellness Manager assists with hiring and nurturing a culture that will attract and retain the best talent.  The Front of House Wellness Manager will monitor all aspects of labeling and signage by promoting a healthy diet, has in-depth knowledge on identifying allergens, and stays up to date with new food and beverage trends in every category.  This Manager works collaboratively with members of other departments to cross promote residential and catering operations.  The Front of House Wellness Manager is a hands-on position that is visible and meets guests on the floor to actively seek feedback and share ideas with guests.   Campus Dining, a division of University Services, is a dynamic and progressive culinary organization responsible for the food program management in residential dining halls, retail venues, and catering across campus.  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. A full job description will be furnished prior to interview. 
Department
Campus Dining
Full-Time / Part-Time
Full-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining

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