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The School of Architecture seeks a Technical Support Specialist. The support specialist assists in the day-to-day supervision of technology needs of the school’s students, faculty and staff. This includes support with audio/visual components, computer lab, wide-format plotters, classrooms, fabrication lab, studio spaces, equipment checkout, exhibitions and events. The support specialist works in a busy environment, providing support for a variety of technology systems, as well as hands-on technical support. This position will report to the IT Manager.
The Department Coordinator provides a wide range of administrative support to faculty, students and staff in the Department of Politics. This individual is the first point of contact for all students, faculty, and visitors to the department.
The Graduate School has identified an ongoing need for a Business and Systems Analyst with Process Consulting skills. This hybrid role will be responsible for analyzing, designing and implementing solutions to address the process, data and technology integration challenges of the Graduate School. The Business and Systems Analyst will report to the Senior Associate Dean for Finance and Administration. Depending on overall staffing for the office, the position may also include supervisory responsibility for the office's technology support manager. Functional scope of support will include all facets of the Graduate School: Admissions, Academic Affairs, Financial Support, Student Life programs and efforts to promote Diversity and Inclusion as well as Professional Development for graduate students. The guiding principle of the function is to deliver quality solutions that will enhance the student experience while also reducing administrative complexity and minimizing manual effort. Wherever possible university standard technology will be employed in order to minimize the unique technology footprint of the Graduate School and simplify ongoing maintenance, upgrades and support. The core technology solutions of the Graduate School comprise a network of applications both custom-developed and vendor-delivered. Some applications are wholly owned and managed by the Graduate School. Other applications are owned and managed by other Princeton University offices; for these applications this role will need to work collaboratively with the system owner to define the specific functional needs of the Graduate School, document the end-to-end business processes and ensure that appropriate changes are implemented. A key focus of this role is not only to ensure the support and evolution of the Graduate School suite of tools, but equally importantly to understand the flow of data and rules-based logic which exists in the integration between tools. Review of applicants will begin on July 15, 2020, and will continue until a candidate is found.
The Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering seeks an experienced professional to administer the graduate academic program. The Graduate Administrator acts as the interface between the Department and the constituencies with whom it interacts: graduate students, department faculty, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Graduate School, and other university administrative units. This individual reports to the Senior Manager, Finance & Administration and consults closely with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) and the Department Chair to proactively identify and complete administrative tasks, raise issues requiring departmental intervention, and gather the information necessary to efficiently make required policy decisions.
The Associate Director focuses on providing advising, guidance, and programming on legal careers and the law school application process for students and alumni. In addition, as a portion of their portfolio, this position provides support for services and resources for the graduate student population in exploring career paths both within and outside academe. This role reports to the Director of Career Advising and Exploration, and collaborates closely with the Senior Associate Director for Graduate Student Career Development. The Associate Director advises students and alumni according to our career advising philosophy that aligns with and leverages the core tenets of a liberal arts education and our office’s model focused on self-exploration and lifelong career management. This holistic model involves both one-on-one career advising and an educational/curricular framework. In addition to providing one-on-one advising for students and alumni, the person in this role facilitates pre-law workshops and events, contributes to development and maintenance of our office pre-law career resources, and provides career development events and resources for graduate students.
Princeton University invites applications for the position of Admission Officer. The admission officer is responsible for articulating the mission of Princeton University and conveying its policies and procedures to applicants, parents, guidance counselors, alumni and University personnel.
Princeton University seeks a dynamic and highly skilled emergency management professional to lead its Emergency Preparedness Program. This new position is responsible for the development, management, implementation, and continuous improvement of emergency preparedness for the campus community. The Assistant Director (AD) establishes and maintains vigorous and continuing efforts to identify strategic and operational vulnerabilities; the need for response or continuity planning through exercises, surveys, and operational reviews; opportunities to engage with faculty, staff and students to develop a campus-wide culture of emergency preparedness; and best practices in the industry for application to our University approach. The AD is responsible for reviewing and maintaining all of the University's departmental mission continuity plans.This position reports to the Executive Director of Environmental Health and Safety, with a dotted line to the Assistant Vice President of Public Safety – both of whom are jointly responsible for the University’s Emergency Response and Preparedness – and coordinates and supports the work of the inter-departmental Emergency Management Group (EMG).
The Princeton Gerrymandering Project (PGP) is an interdisciplinary center at Princeton University. PGP is a nexus of expertise in technology, engineering, public policy, and the social sciences. The principal mission of PGP is to provide data, legal, and analytic resources for use in all 50 states for redistricting in 2021 and beyond. In keeping with the strong University tradition of service, PGP’s research, teaching, and events will address data science and complex systems optimization as they interact with society. PGP will expand in the coming years to address other election-related concerns, under the umbrella term of the Election Innovation Lab. During this 3-yr term, the Associate Director will be the primary public face of EIL and will play a vital role in its management and direction, as the principal administrator for the center's core research, education and outreach both on campus and beyond. This is position involves a combination of academic and administrative tasks. EIL is expanding in terms of staff, programming, funding, and external outreach. The Associate Director's staff management is growing from seven staff to nine with the addition of two new research staff including a data analyst, at least one data science fellowship position, and a visiting faculty position. These new positions are being hired in order to expand the center's programming and offer students the opportunity to work on cutting-edge real-world electoral policy issues. The Associate Director is heavily involved in proposal writing, donor engagement, budget planning, and other fundraising activities related to these gift conversations, as well as providing oversight of the full budget and financial obligations for EIL. In terms of outreach on behalf of EIL, the Associate Director will coordinate teams of experts and practitioners in key states around the country, oversee the organization of conferences, participate in panel discussions and deliver talks on behalf of EIL nationally, and oversee communications (website, social media, blogs, newsletter, etc.) for the center. **This is a 2 year term position with possibility of renewal**
Reporting to the Director of the McGraw Center, the Senior Associate Director for Teaching Initiatives and Programs for Faculty will lead the development and delivery of all programs and services for faculty in support of the University’s teaching mission. With supervisory oversight of two professional staff, the Senior Associate Director oversees the TIPF budget in collaboration with the Center Manager and the Center Director. This position sits on the Faculty Council for Teaching and Learning; the selection committee for the Graduate Student Mentoring Award; and other committees as assigned.
The Princeton University Art Museum seeks a Manager of Financial and Personnel Operations (MFPO) who will efficiently and effectively steward the financial and human resource operations of the Princeton University Art Museum, including $20 million of business activity annually and the personnel operations associated with over 150 full-time, part-time, and student employees. Reporting to the Associate Director for Finance and Operations, they manage the day-to-day work of the Museum’s Business Office, and directly supervise the Assistant Manager of Financial and Personnel Operations. The Museum is preparing for tremendous growth, including a new facility being designed by Sir David Adjaye, which will provide dramatically enhanced spaces for the display of the collections, temporary exhibitions, collections study, education, and public amenities. These changes will enable the Museum to better advance its mission of making extraordinary works of art an essential part of the university experience for Princeton students and faculty; to be a leader in museum-based research, teaching, and interpretation; and to be an essential resource to the wider community and to visitors from around the world. The period ahead is thus one of dramatic change and growth that requires a MFPO who will support the Museum's senior management, budget managers, and staff in a variety of matters and work closely with all levels of Museum staff, interact with suppliers, and deal with multiple administrative and academic offices within the University. This position must provide exemplary customer service to internal and external constituencies, including supporting new activities that will ensure the Museum’s continued impact and visibility during an extended period of disruption, and requires a high level of strategic, analytical, technical, and communications skills. With a collecting history that extends back to 1755, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the leading university art museums in the country, with collections that have grown to include more than 100,000 works ranging from ancient to contemporary art and spanning the globe. A private institution serving the public good, the Museum is committed to serving the University, local and regional communities, and beyond through a dynamic program of temporary exhibitions, new scholarship, and innovative programming. By collaborating with experts across many disciplines, fostering sustained study of original works of art, and uniting scholarship with broad accessibility, the Museum advances critical thinking and visual literacy at Princeton University and enhances the civic fabric of our nation. The Museum also serves as a gateway to the University for more than 200,000 visitors from around the world each year. Intimate in scale yet expansive in scope, it offers a respite from the rush of daily life, a revitalizing experience of extraordinary works of art, and an opportunity to delve deeply into the study of art and culture. The Museum is located at the heart of Princeton’s historic campus and is free and open to the public. To learn more, visit http://artmuseum.princeton.edu
Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks experienced Construction Managers to join our dynamic staff. This is an exciting time to join Princeton as it embarks on an ambitious, multi-year capital program. The Construction Manager will be responsible for the successful transition from design to construction in delivering the University’s capital projects in the $1M to $500M range. The Construction Manager’s core strengths will be rooted in a depth of experience in the construction delivery process, project controls and the ability to predict, communicate and manage the impacts of project risks. This is a five year, benefits eligible position. *Two positions available*
Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), within Facilities, seeks an Interior Design Project Manager to join a dynamic team of professional designers. The University is embarking on a growth period and this provides a wide array of projects for an interior design professional. The Interior Design Project Manager will report to the Program Manager, Campus Interiors, and become a member of a robust design team comprising of five Interior Design Project Managers who collaborate with Capital Project Program and Project Managers, the University Architect, and with colleagues from other Facilities departments.The Interior Design Project Manager is responsible for projects that range from the selection of furniture for a faculty office to being part of a team for larger projects with budget responsibilities ranging from $10,000 to $6,000,000. The emphasis will be on academic spaces, administrative and faculty offices, residential living space, and student centers.The Interior Design Project Manager is instrumental in successfully executing multiple projects, maintaining interior design standards, budgets and records, and reporting to team leadership. This is a three year term, benefits eligible position.
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering invites applications for a technical support position in the lab of Professor Edgar Choueiri.
The Princeton University Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) provides leadership, technical support, information and training, consultation, and periodic audits of environmental, health and safety practices and regulatory compliance. EHS employs a dedicated and knowledgeable staff of 19 professional and support staff working to address health and safety issues in several broad areas including: workplace safety, occupational health, laboratory safety, emergency management, environmental programs, and general health and safety for the campus community.
Princeton University Office of Facilities seeks a dynamic candidate for the Director, Site Protection. Under the direction of the Assistant Vice president of Operations, and working collaboratively with other University departments, this position leads, manages, plans and organizes the Site Protection work group within Facilities Operations. At a strategic level, the Director, Site Protection will play a role in University decisions relating to life safety and security systems by gathering relevant information, applying the University’s tolerance for risk, and evaluating appropriate levels of security versus investment in order to produce recommendations for decision makers. The Princeton University campus consists of approximately 11 million gross square feet of space that includes residential, administrative, athletic, library, dining, classroom and research space. There are approximately 200 buildings, 500 acres, 8,300 students, and 8,200 faculty/staff.