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 Performance Coach is to support Division I varsity programs and club programs that challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes. This is a temporary position.
The Associate Director for Career Advising is a critical member of the Career Development team. This position provides individual and group advising and workshops for undergraduate students. This position also provides leadership within the Career Development team by providing direct supervision to a career advising professional. Based on current staff alignment, this position serves as a primary liaison to science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines (STEM) disciplines. The individual will collaborate with the Employer Engagement team to cultivate job and internship development with STEM employers, and in developing career education programs with alumni and other professionals as participants to support career development of STEM students. This individual will also have responsibility for general career advising, resource development, and relationship management. For full consideration, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter with their application.
The School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) at Princeton University seeks to hire a Program Manager to support its new Center in Washington D.C. and its Director. The ideal candidate would be able to take on a broad range of tasks, including event ideation and planning, policy research, financial management, communications and marketing, external engagement, and other administrative duties. The Program Manager will work with program managers and staff to facilitate programs and events originating with one of SPIA’s twenty centers and programs, and support the conception, development, and implementation of domestic and international policy initiatives originating in SPIA in D.C. This is a one-year term position with the possibility of reappointment, and based in Washington D.C.
Reporting to the Associate Director for Finance and Budget, this position is a hands-on leader assisting in the responsibility of the financial and business management of the operational units within the Facilities organization. Acting as a financial representative, the Business Manager is responsible for various finance and budgeting functions, monthly and annual reconciliations, the annual year-end closing process, and supervision of a team within the Finance Business Office (FBO). This will also serve as a liaison to departments in the Facilities Operations area of Facilities & Engineering in preparing submissions for supplementary budget request to support new building, financial reporting, position management and equipment/vehicle amortization schedules. With a $136M annual operating budget, the Business Manager will support the Associate Director, FBO & Manager, FBO by partnering with various Facilities departments to provide focused support in all areas of budgeting and financial management. In addition to regular duties, the Business Manager, FBO will also take the lead on various special projects, including some involving cross-departmental teamwork. To meet the group’s day-to-day tactical initiatives, this position will be called upon to provide administrative direction and guidance to the office to make sure the team is at peak efficiency. Though this role actively supports the Associate Director, the Manager works independently, with broadly defined work objectives.
The Technical Support Specialist (Digital Classics) manages all aspects of technology in the Department, i.e. hardware and software for Windows and Mac operating systems, and provides leadership, management and support for digital classics projects. S/he/they will be responsible for the IT budget. The specialist leverages technology to find solutions for departmental research, teaching, management, and communication needs, including but not limited to effective data management. The SCAD is the primary liaison to OIT for technical issues and also attends monthly meetings, trainings and other related forums organized by OIT.
The Director of Service Focus is a collaborative, innovative and visionary professional leading the visibility and pedagogy of students engaging in societal issues and learning with community partners. The primary goals of the Service Focus program are to help students develop a lens of service that draws on insights from academic and community knowledge, and to support students in building a peer community oriented towards service. The successful Director has expertise in high-impact educational practices, particularly experiential learning, and has an ethical approach to engaging with communities. They will work with stakeholders across campus and be able to build on the program’s strong peer community, faculty mentoring and community engagement efforts. The Director is a part of the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, which supports students learning from service through sustained community engagement, experiential learning, and programs that introduce students to communities. The Director oversees the Service Focus experience, supports faculty mentors and staff advisors, manages the Service Focus budget, and provides support to related fundraising and stewardship efforts. The Director of Service Focus reports to the executive director of the Pace Center for Civic Engagement and supervises the assistant director of engaged pedagogy.
The mission of the Office of the Executive Vice President (OEVP) is to enhance campus life and continually improve the delivery of University operations and campus services. The OEVP is responsible for the development, stewardship, and operation of the physical campus. The Executive Vice President (EVP) is the chief administrative officer of the University and has direct oversight of audit and compliance, campus life, facilities, human resources, investigations, ombuds, safety and administrative planning, and university services. The EVP chairs strategic initiatives and committees focused on environmental safety, enterprise risk management, compliance, increasing efficiencies across administrative and academic departments, and the University’s long-term campus plan and capital construction program. The deputy for safety and administration and chief of staff (DSA&COS) supports the EVP in their duties as the chief administrative officer of the University. In addition to leading the administrative planning team, the DSA&COS works closely with the heads of the Office of Environmental Health and Safety and the Department of Public Safety to advance health, safety, security, and emergency preparedness priorities. Princeton University seeks a dynamic and self-motivated professional to join the OEVP as its administrative coordinator. The administrative coordinator plays a pivotal role within the OEVP. Reporting to the executive assistant and office manager for the OEVP, the administrative coordinator provides executive-level support to the DSA&COS, provides the administrative planning team with scheduling and logistical support, and supports general office organization and communication. Additionally, the administrative coordinator serves as backup support for the executive assistant and office manager when needed. This is a unique opportunity to support a dynamic, fast-paced team and gain insight into the strategic management of the University's operations. As a critical team member, the administrative coordinator interacts professionally with those in the areas of responsibility under the EVP’s purview. Moreover, they serve as a point of contact for numerous internal and external constituents who engage with the OEVP. This diverse group includes trustees, faculty, students, staff, and visitors.
Reporting to the Associate Dean for Finance and Administration, this position would lead the Business Office, ensuring the efficient day-to-day operations of the office as well as helping the Associate Dean develop and implement strategic plans that shape the office’s and the broader faculty community’s business. This role oversees positions responsible for all financial and budget oversight within the office. This includes implementing budgets for all fund sources, tracking actuals activity against these budgets and modeling forecasts of future spend. Additionally, the office develops and publishes new policies, changes existing policies when necessary and ensures compliance to these policies. Further, the office is responsible for a large range of administrative tasks related to the financial processes of the office. Specific areas of involvement include assisting in the financial elements of offers to potential new faculty and retention offers to existing faculty, the tracking and funding of all ODOF financial commitments, administration of the faculty salary review process, and reviewing requests for reimbursement under various ODOF policies. Demonstrated skill and attention to detail at the transactional level is crucial to the role, as is the ability to take this transactional knowledge and apply it through critical thinking and analysis to set strategy. Proven ability to document existing processes and improve on them, either through incremental improvement or wholesale change, is a requirement. The review of applications will begin immediately with priority given to applications received by December 15th.
The Wühr laboratory in the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics seeks applicants for a temporary Research Assistant position of approximately 35 hours/week. The Wühr laboratory develops and employs quantitative proteomics methods to obtain a systems level understanding of cellular organization. The expected timeframe of this position is January through May 2024. Review of applications will begin immediately. Salary will be commensurate with experience.
The Data & Reporting team plays a critical and strategic role within Advancement, providing the analytical framework, data architecture, application support and tools for data-driven decision making at all levels of the organization. The Director leads a team of analytical and technical professionals, providing leadership in the areas of data collection, management and reporting, leading the effort to identify and utilize technology tools to best maintain and access our information resources and coordinate business intelligence solutions. The Director, reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Data Strategy and Innovation, manages the daily operations of the department, is responsible for developing and maintaining a robust and reliable technology infrastructure and deploying technology solutions in support of the evolving strategic needs of Princeton’s fund-raising and alumni relations activities. The Director also plays a critical role in campaign planning and tracking. The Director should be highly consultative, collaborative, a strong manager of people, projects and processes and an effective communicator; will possess a strong customer service orientation, be able to think creatively and strategically and act operationally; and have a track record of identifying, supporting and providing analytics and other technology solutions utilizing a variety of methods and serving a diverse user community and within a changing environment.
Reporting to the AVP, Data Strategy & Innovation, the Support Services team is a member of the Data Strategy & Innovation unit, within the University Advancement department.This position is responsible for the management, planning and activities of the resources charged with the technical implementation and support of Advancement related technology solutions, from the perspective of the underlying hardware and environments, as well as helpdesk services, training and testing activities, planning and efforts. The Support Services team will be divided into two groups including: A. Technical Support team, charged with the hardware strategy and budget, selection, deployment and support/management. B. Training & Helpdesk team, that will provide the necessary training documentation and helpdesk services, as well as testing capabilities for any/all updates and new deployments. The Director will be responsible for the overall resourcing and planning of the above activities, and for establishing a prioritized set of activities for each of the teams.
The Program on Science and Global Security (SGS), part of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), seeks to hire a Program Manager to work with Program leadership, faculty members and researchers on projects related to scientific, technical and policy research, analysis and outreach to advance national and international policies for a safer and more peaceful world. The ideal candidate would be able to take on a wide range of tasks, including (1) budgeting and labor accounting; (2) grant management and applications; (3) recruitment and hiring of staff, including onboarding and working with vendors and contractors; and (4) program administration, reporting, communications, and event planning. The Program, which was founded in 1974, is one of the oldest and most highly regarded academic programs focused on technical and policy studies on nuclear issues in the world. It focuses on advancing nuclear arms control, nonproliferation, and disarmament to reduce the dangers from nuclear weapons and nuclear power. The Program has about twenty faculty and researchers affiliated with it, including visitors, and a small number of PhD students.
The talent acquisition coordinator provides administrative support to the talent acquisition team across the full life cycle recruitment process, ensuring a positive candidate and hiring manager experience. The role requires an individual who is team oriented with excellent communication and organization skills and takes pride in providing exceptional service to hiring managers, applicants, and others engaged in talent acquisition and HR activities.
The SRA (Sponsored Research Accounting) Analyst plays a pivotal role in supporting the University’s research mission by providing financial management and compliance oversight to sponsored research expenditures, which exceeds more than $300 million on an annual basis. This position serves as the University’s subject matter expert for post award accounting, billing, reporting and compliance to the campus grants community, administrative offices, auditors and sponsors. The SRA Analyst is responsible for managing a complex portfolio of government and non-government awards for assigned academic departments and ensuring expenditures are compliant with governing regulations, specific award agreements and University policies. Academic department administrators depend on the expertise and leadership of the SRA analyst to inform decisions affecting award management, cost allowability, billing, reporting, compliance and award close out. The SRA Analyst manages approximately 250 awards that represent approximately $25-$35 million in annual research expenditures. This position is also responsible for performing essential duties including interpreting complex contract language for proper contract and bill plan setup in the PeopleSoft 9.2 Grants Management system, responding to inquiries from the University’s grants community and external sponsors, reviewing costs for compliance, certifying financial reports and timely completing the award closeout process. The SRA Analyst will support the university’s increasing number of international awards and regularly monitor cash receipts for potential currency fluctuations that may adversely affect award budgets and result in financial exposure for the University. This position will also support the accounts receivable process to timely address any incidents of non-payment prior to items becoming collection issues. This SRA Analyst will leverage data analysis to help identify process improvements for increased operational efficiency as well as perform certain duties with a high degree of independence and accuracy. The Office of Finance & Treasury actively searches for staff members of exceptional ability and promise who share in Princeton University's commitment to excellence, and who present a diversity of viewpoints and cultures. We offer varied professional opportunities spanning all aspects of financial management, analysis, and processing in support of the teaching and research mission. As part of the University community, we respect the dignity and individuality of each member while trying to foster a sense of shared experience and common purpose. We are unwavering in our commitment to both diversity and community and embrace the variety of talents, backgrounds, and perspectives of all our colleagues.
Reporting to the Business Intelligence Analyst for University Services, the Data Analyst provides analytics and reporting services to University Services department administration and its staff. The Data Analyst is responsible for creating, maintaining and disseminating ad hoc, self-service, and interactive reports and visualizations along with facilitating the production and sharing of analytical tools by division IT staff and analysts. The data analyst will work with both operational and financial data, and will develop a deep understanding of these data and how they interrelate. This position will identify opportunities for improving process efficiencies through the application of data analytics, create data workflows, integrate data between University Services systems, improve data quality, and assist in researching and correcting data related issues. This position will create and maintain databases and stored procedures in MySQL, MS SQL Server, and Oracle, as well as write and maintain Python scripts. The Data Analyst will serve the data and reporting needs for the following service areas: Campus Dining, Campus Support Services, Housing and Real Estate Services, Transportation and Parking Services, Print and Mail Services, Conference and Event Services, the Service Point, and University Services Administration. Along with the Business Intelligence Analyst, the Data Analyst will be responsible for working with University Services business and technical staff, the Office of Information Technology, and other campus partners to develop and maintain a robust data warehouse portfolio serving the analytical and reporting needs of the division. This responsibility includes defining, documenting and maintaining departmental metadata, ensuring new system implementations adhere to pre-defined consistent data standards, exploratory data analysis, and requirements gathering, report and visualization development, and managing internal and external access to data assets (databases, extracts, ETL, dashboards, and reports). Additionally, the position will play a key role in building, implementing, and maintaining the University Services analytics program and its capabilities. This role will support the Business Intelligence Analyst by helping to define, implement, and communicate new project processes, training programs, and learning opportunities, reviewing and providing feedback regarding data governance strategies and documentation standards. As an ambassador for analytics, the position will facilitate all University Services departments in developing new analytical capabilities, and will train department staff on how to utilize the analytics products for making data-driven decisions. A successful candidate will not only possess strong data analysis technical skill but will also be committed to continual development of data analysis skills and knowledge. Also, a successful candidate will be required to develop a strong understanding of the mission, functions, and processes of all University Services departments and Princeton University. Finally, a successful candidate will be committed to understanding and contributing to diversity and inclusion at the university and division level.
Working as an integral member of the Director’s team, the Analyst is responsible for utilizing the University’s enterprise financial system, Peoplesoft, to support the timely and accurate management of the capital project lifecycle, encompassing project opening, budgeting, reporting, and ultimately financial closeout. Currently there are in excess of 3,700 individual capital projects in some phase of the project lifecycle which can span multiple fiscal years. Funding of capital projects is an especially complex challenge with the funding of each project requiring informed judgement and timely decision-making, often involving multiple funding sources. The University’s application of debt, both tax-exempt and taxable, as a financing tool for capital projects adds an additional layer of responsibility and complexity to this position. The Analyst will also work with the Treasury Accountant and other staff to assist in the timely and accurate management of all accounting activity related to the University’s capital program portfolio. All accounting activity overseen by this position ultimately is applied to the University’s General Ledger via Peoplesoft the University’s enterprise financial system. The Analyst will utilize excel and other software that are used in the Treasury Planning & Operations department to support both Capital -related functions and the University’s integrated financial planning efforts. The Analyst will perform their duties independently, in collaboration with other team members and as an important partner to University departments. The Office of Finance & Treasury actively searches for staff members of exceptional ability and promise who share in Princeton University's commitment to excellence, and who present a diversity of viewpoints and cultures. We offer varied professional opportunities spanning all aspects of financial management, analysis, and processing in support of the teaching and research mission. As part of the University community, we respect the dignity and individuality of each member while trying to foster a sense of shared experience and common purpose. We are unwavering in our commitment to both diversity and community and embrace the variety of talents, backgrounds, and perspectives of all our colleagues.
About Princo Princo is widely recognized as an innovative leader in the investment management industry. We manage the University’s $34 billion Endowment through a global network of investment firms that span six asset class groups: - Developed Markets- Emerging Markets- Independent Return: Hedge Funds- Private Equity: Buyouts and Venture Capital- Real Assets: Real Estate and Natural Resources- Fixed Income and Cash Princo seeks to earn outstanding long-term investment returns in support of the University’s financial aid, teaching, and research mission. The combination of Princo’s distinctive investment philosophy and the perpetual nature of the Endowment creates a compelling intellectual challenge. Princo has a long history of superior performance, with returns that have consistently placed in the top percentile of institutional investors and have outperformed those of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway over the past 20 years. Princo embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion as a fundamental part of our mission and one of our top priorities; we believe that a team with diverse representations promotes better decision-making and results. We strive to create a welcoming environment that is comfortable for and inclusive of people with a variety identities, backgrounds, abilities, and views.
High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) – the interdisciplinary center of environmental research, education, and outreach at Princeton University -- seeks a creative, energetic, and highly skilled communications professional to serve as Manager, Communications. Reporting to the Executive Director, the incumbent will manage comprehensive communications functions for the Institute with a goal of increasing visibility and engagement among stakeholders, affiliates, and the public. Summary of Role and Responsibilities:- Work with HMEI’s leadership to establish communications goals and priorities and execute strategies that advance HMEI’s identity, reputation, and mission as a world leading interdisciplinary center of excellence for environmental scholarship and teaching. - Produce and publish content that aligns with HMEI’s strategic goals and engages a wide range of audiences and stakeholders.- Serve as a resource for faculty, administrative staff, and program managers, to highlight and promote HMEI research and teaching programs, priority activities, research outcomes, and faculty and student achievements. - Ensure the accuracy, quality, and consistency of presentation across communications channels, materials, and social media platforms. - Contribute to the planning, production, and staging of HMEI events including endowed lecture series, faculty/research forums, and special/sponsored events. To be successful in this role, the incumbent must be a versatile communicator, a collaborative team player, and strategic in approach.
The 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 Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach is to provide a quality varsity program that will challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes of a Division I program.
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) seeks an Assistant Security Operations Manager (ASOM). As a member of the DPS supervisory team and under the supervision of the Security Operations Manager (SOM), the ASOM provides administrative and management oversight in planning, coordinating, and supervising the security operations of all cultural property (CP) locations. Working closely with the SOM, the Art Museum Director, the University Librarian, and their designees, the ASOM has oversight of the training, directing, supervising, motivating, and scheduling of appropriate staff to meet the expectations of campus clients, DPS leadership, and the University. The ASOM will assist and help guide the CP security officers to perform their roles in a manner that assures the protection of all cultural property and the safety and a positive experience for visitors, staff, faculty, and students during open hours and special events. The ASOM has 2 CP head security supervisors as direct reports, 5 CP security supervisors and 59 CP security officers as indirect reports. This position provides strategic guidance and ensures the work assignments and training of all assigned security staff are monitored, including planning and implementation of an ongoing program of cultural property protection and customer service topics. The ASOM takes a leading role in serving stakeholders and making them feel safe and welcome, assuring that customer service values inform and guide the work of all security staff. The ASOM must have the knowledge to learn and adhere to the University and the department’s policies and procedures, rules, and regulations and be able to hold assigned officers accountable to do the same. This position requires experience in writing policies, scheduling, designing, and implementing a training plan, and can effectively utilize CCTV, access control, and other security devices used to help protect the people, assets, and integrity of the CP buildings. DPS is the primary department charged with creating a safe and secure environment at Princeton University. DPS operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is comprised of over 111 staff members. The department consists of professional University police, security officers, dispatchers, and administrators dedicated to providing best-in-class service to the community. DPS was initially awarded Law Enforcement Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) in July 2015 and has been reaccredited in 2018 and 2022. CALEA serves as the “International Gold Standard for Public Safety Agencies” and oversees a rigorous accreditation process. DPS is also accredited by the New Jersey Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) in 2019 and reaccredited in 2022. The mission of DPS is to enhance the living, learning, and working experience at Princeton University by protecting life, maintaining order, and safeguarding property. We are committed to the philosophy of “Community Caretaking” and working with our students, staff, and faculty to build a lasting partnership.