Princeton University Library (PUL) seeks a resourceful and collaborative individual to help launch our library makerspace in the role of Makerspace Specialist. The PUL Makerspace opened in the spring of 2021 in a newly renovated 2000 s.f. space that is easily visible and reachable from several parts of campus. Located on the A floor of Lewis Library next to the Engineering Library Circulation Desk, the PUL Makerspace is close to two related spaces - the StudioLab managed by the Council for Science and Technology (CST) and the Digital Learning Lab managed by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. Reporting to the Engineering Librarian, the Makerspace Specialist will develop programs and services to launch a new library makerspace as part of a renovation in Lewis Library and Fine Hall. The new space has opened with a small set of equipment that will grow over time. The space is open to the campus community. The Makerspace Specialist will play a key role in determining the program and services provided. In addition to collaborating with existing services such as support for GIS, statistical software and visualization software, the Makerspace Specialist will connect with subject specialists, library liaisons, peers across campus and at peer institutions. This is a full-time two-year term position which will require some evening hours, with a flexible schedule to enable student-centered programs.
The Office of Finance & Treasury at Princeton University seeks a Senior Payroll Tax and Compliance Analyst to join the Payroll Services team. The Payroll Services department is dedicated to supporting the University’s teaching and research mission by striving to provide excellent customer service to all faculty, staff and students in the payments of their salaries, wages and stipends. The department is responsible for ensuring all employees are paid timely and accurately and that all payments and withholdings are made in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations. For calendar year 2020, the department processed payrolls in excess of $898 million in gross wages and more than 15,000 W-2 tax forms. The Senior Payroll Tax and Compliance Analyst is responsible for leading, preparing and managing the federal and state tax withholding and remittance process which exceeded $231 million for calendar year 2020. These responsibilities include the processing and reconciliation of payroll taxes for every biweekly and monthly payrolls, performing payroll account reconciliations, investigating and resolving tax liability issues, responding to notices from various tax authorities and supporting the University’s annual financial statement audits. This position will act as the lead tax compliance expert to ensure the University remains compliant with current and emerging federal and state regulations that affect the payroll process and serve as the responsible manager for the University’s third-party tax management vendor relationship. 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 of our colleagues.
The Office of Finance & Treasury at Princeton University seeks two lead Payroll Analysts to join the Payroll Services team. The Payroll Services department is dedicated to supporting the University’s teaching and research mission by striving to provide excellent customer service to all faculty, staff and students in the payments of their salaries, wages and stipends. The department is responsible for ensuring all employees are paid timely and accurately and that all payments and withholdings are made in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations. For calendar year 2020, the department processed payrolls in excess of $898 million in gross wages and more than 15,000 W-2 tax forms. The Payroll Analysts will lead either the monthly or the bi-weekly payroll process with the positions responsible for processing the regular and supplemental payrolls and auditing the payroll data for quality control. The analysts are responsible for delivering excellent customer service to internal and external stakeholders, participating in training and communication efforts, and identifying operational efficiencies to strengthen the payroll services business environment. Both positions will work closely with the partner lead analyst for cross training to ensure continuity of operations for both the monthly and bi-weekly payroll processes and act as collaborative partners with the Financial Service Center and the Global Financial Services team in responding to payroll and taxation issues affecting the University’s and PPPL’s faculty, researchers, staff and student populations. 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 of our colleagues.
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. The Manager of Video Services 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 Manager leads the Video Services operational unit supporting classes, events, and audio and video productions. The Manager serves as a campus resource, providing counsel and expertise on content development and operational leadership and support for videotapings, broadcasts, simulcasts, and post-production work. The Manager of Video Services oversees professional, casual, and student staff providing professional services, including on-location video capture, creative content development, video editing, broadcasts, and streaming services. The Manager oversees the Broadcast Studio, a state-of-the-art, full service studio providing professional services for educational and institutional videos, radio broadcasts, podcasts, and delivery of pre-recorded and live content to major networks and streaming services. In addition, the Manager is a skilled technician who contributes to the operational support, including serving as lead technician for major events. The Manager of Video Services works in concert with the Instructional Support Services leadership team to manage and respond to support requests. The Manager works directly with students, faculty, and staff requesting video assistance, developing support plans, establishing project budgets and billing, creating production schedules, and coordinating staffing and equipment resources. The Manager develops continuous feedback channels, including data metrics, user surveys, and partner interviews to inform the development of services. The Manager fosters excellent relationships with campus partners and ensures that the services are being delivered at the highest level. With a supportive approach, the Manager provides excellent leadership for the video team. A full job description will be furnished prior to interview.
Princeton University’s Office of Information Technology is seeking a Senior Developer/Analyst I to serve as a technical expert for the PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) application. This position analyzes customer needs and develops customizations, reports, interfaces and bolt-on solutions for HCM. Responsibilities also include operational support, testing, maintenance, and customer support. The Senior Developer/Analyst works under the general supervision of senior staff and the Senior Manager of ERP HCM. This position offers the flexibility to work remotely within the United States. Employees are expected to have a professional, distraction free environment with reliable high speed internet connection. This position requires company paid business travel to Princeton, NJ approximately 4-5 weeks per year.
Princeton University’s Office of Information Technology, is embarking on a long-term planning and migration effort to shift hosting of our Administrative and Academic applications from on-premises to Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The primary responsibility of the Lead Cloud Application Architect is to assess OIT’s application portfolio, determine necessary improvements to enable migration to the cloud, design and implement cloud environments, and work with product owners and development teams to create and implement a roadmap for managing the migration of the university’s highly complex on-premises application stacks, into Azure and OCI. This position offers the flexibility to work remotely within the United States. Employees are expected to have a professional, distraction free environment with reliable high speed internet connection. This position requires company paid business travel to Princeton, NJ approximately 4-5 weeks per year.
Do you want a job with a mission you can believe in? Are you dedicated to excellence in your work? Do you enjoy learning new technologies and helping your colleagues learn them as well? Princeton University is recruiting a Lead Development Operations (DevOps) Engineer to join its Identity and Access Management (IAM) team within the Office of Information Technology (OIT). As a member of this team, you will be responsible for developing, integrating, deploying, and automating IT infrastructure on prem and in cloud services, including Azure and AWS. As a Lead DevOps Engineer, you will help guide efforts on a multi-year project to transform aspects of the University’s identity and access management service. Working with colleagues in OIT and in other University departments, you will also recommend and lead the design and deployment of creative solutions, services, automation, and pipelines in a robust and scalable manner to meet University needs. As one of the team’s DevOps experts, you will also mentor and guide other project team members in the design, configuration, deployment, and release of software that supports the teaching, research, and business functions of the University within the context of access management. As a technology lead on the team, you will maintain and share knowledge of new and developing technologies and industry standards that relate to the DevOps model of application delivery. You will also share expertise, advise and make recommendations to other projects and team members that elevate transition plans to move the department to a successful DevOps application delivery model. This position is a 2-year, benefits-eligible, term position that reports to the Associate Director for Identity and Access Management, in the Enterprise Infrastructure Services (EIS) department. The position is also fully remote.
Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO) is widely recognized as an innovative leader in the investment management industry. We manage the University's $26 billion Endowment through a global network of over 65 investment firms which span seven asset classes: - 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 is a small, flat organization that values open debate and independent thinking. The entire investment team, from Analysts to the Chief Investment Officer, works together on an open floor plan and makes investment decisions collaboratively. Each investment professional gains broad exposure to all asset classes, with a focus on one or two. 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 that have outperformed those of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway over the past 20 years. The Operations Team at Princeton University Investment Company is responsible for supporting the investment operations of Princeton's endowment. The team is seeking a candidate to account for capital distributions, market values, review financial statements related to its portfolio of investments, and conduct various aspects of operational due diligence. Accordingly, the candidate must have a strong understanding of the annual reporting cycle and internal control framework of an investment company; from the development of journal entries, proper segregation of duties, through to the sign off of audited financial statements. This individual must also have the ability to analyze the financial statements of investment companies, conduct operational due diligence, and report to senior management on operational risks, weaknesses and/or deficiencies. The Operations Analyst must also have the ability to research and report on new developments in the accounting field involving investment companies and to assess the impact on buy side investors.
The High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) seeks applicants for the Grants Manager position. Reporting to the senior Grants Manager, the incumbent supports the Institute’s mission as an interdisciplinary center of excellence for environmental research, serving as a resource for HMEI faculty and associated faculty in multiple departments on pre-award and post-award administration of sponsored research projects. The Grants Manager works closely with the HMEI senior Grants Manager and maintains regular communications with the Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA) and Sponsored Research Accounting (SRA), and numerous other points of contact across University academic and administrative units. The Grants Manager’s pre-award responsibilities include: timely coordination of the proposal process with ORPA, Principal Investigators( PIs), outside investigators, and other institutional, governmental, and non-governmental points of contact. The incumbent will be expected to review and understand agency program announcements and submission requirements; review budgetary guidelines in accordance with sponsor proposal requirements and budget and justification development, and compile full proposal application packages for submission in University and sponsor information systems. Post-award responsibilities will include: award review and set up, budget and expense monitoring, allowability compliance and expenditure reconciliation and projections; financial records management, and subcontract administration.
The Undergraduate Administrator supports the Spanish and Portuguese Department in its mission to help Princeton students flourish as global citizens, ready to face the challenges posed by an increasingly cosmopolitan and multilingual professional world. This position provides a high level of support to the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the leadership of the program for our concentrators and certificate students, and handles all the logistics of our course offerings, including two language programs. To be considered for this position, please complete the cover letter form in the application process.
The Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton University is seeking an Assistant Grants Manager, at the rank of ADM030, to assist with the administration of research grants for our faculty, students, and research staff. The Assistant Grants Manager serves as a resource for faculty, students and staff on policy and procedural questions related to grants management and financial controls. Under the supervision of the Grants and Finance Manager, the Assistant Grants Manager's primary responsibilities will be pre- and post-grant award activities related to various sponsored research projects in the Lewis-Sigler Institute.
Reporting to the Manager, Facilities Procurement Office, the Contract Administrator promotes a high degree of professionalism in cradle-to-grave (source-to-pay) procurement activities, minimizing risks to Facilities and the University while meeting procurement objectives and ensuring compliance with policies and procedures. The Contract Administrator collaborates with Facilities stakeholders in assigned categories to ensure basic ordering agreements, requisitions, release orders, contracts and payments are transacted efficiently and effectively. The portfolio of a Contract Administrator consists of a mix of design services contracts, construction contracts and other types of contracts. The Facilities Finance and Administrative Services (FFAS) department, embedded within Facilities, is responsible for providing shared services to all Facilities clients as well as the broader University community. As part of FFAS, the Facilities Procurement Office (FPO) provides support for the procurement of all design, construction and related services. The Contract Administrator reports to the Manager, FPO, who is a direct report of the Director, FPO. This is a benefits eligible, 3-year term position.
Princeton University Facilities Department is seeking an experienced and highly motivated Senior Technical Delivery Analyst for Life Safety & Security Systems to partner with internal facilities information technology (FIT) team members and facilities personnel to deliver technical solutions that are in alignment with IT and business strategies. This role is accountable for identifying and leading delivery of system improvements and innovation through technical oversight and management of complex video surveillance, access control and other campus life safety and security systems. This role is part of facilities information technology (FIT), which is a unit of facilities finance and administrative services (FFAS) and provides services to Princeton’s 700+ person Facilities organization. This position requires a high level of responsibility and excellent interpersonal communication skills, working collaboratively with internal Facilities partners and key university departments to protect University assets, faculty, staff, students and visitors.
Princeton University is seeking an accomplished, collaborative, and forward-thinking public safety leader to serve as its next assistant vice president for public safety. The expected start date is summer 2021.Princeton is a world-renowned research university with a vibrant community of scholarship, research, and teaching that seeks to live up to its informal motto, “In the Nation’s Service and the Service of Humanity.” The University has a profound commitment to undergraduate education with a low student-to-faculty ratio and a curriculum that emphasizes learning, creativity, innovation, and collaboration with a program of liberal arts in the humanities, arts, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. Princeton similarly has a strong commitment to graduate education where students become part of a community of scholars to one of the world’s leading universities. Each year, faculty members receive numerous national and international honors recognizing their scholarship and research. The current faculty includes ten Nobel laureates.Princeton enrolls 5,267 undergraduate and 2,946 graduate students, employs 7,000 benefits-eligible staff members, and has 1,289 faculty members who are world-renowned scholars and teachers inspired by their research and driven to help all students grow as thinkers and world citizens. The campus consists of more than 10 million square feet in over 200 buildings on 600 acres and is located in central New Jersey. Ninety-eight (98) percent of undergraduates and 70 percent of graduate students live in University housing. The Princeton University Library and the Princeton University Art Museum hold extensive, world-renowned collections.
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 and has achieved the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. Princeton has a profound commitment to its 5,260 undergraduate students through a curriculum that emphasizes learning, creativity, innovation, and collaboration with a program of liberal arts in the humanities, arts, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. Princeton similarly has a strong commitment to supporting its 2,845 graduate students to become part of a community of scholars at one of the world’s leading research universities.The Office of Finance and Treasury seeks a collaborative and values focused leader with deep functional expertise to serve as its next Assistant Vice President for Risk Management (AVP). The AVP is responsible for managing a strategic and comprehensive University-wide risk management and insurance programs and will serve as a key partner across the institution who brings an informed perspective toward improving institutional practices and realizing the University mission.As the institutional leader for the University’s risk management and insurance programs, the Assistant Vice President will be responsible for the development, implementation, and ongoing administration of all insurance-related forecasting, negotiations, program implementation, and administrative oversight. The AVP will partner closely with University Health Services in administering student health plans and act as the University’s designated HIPAA Privacy Officer.A member of the VP of Finance & Treasurer’s senior staff, the AVP acts as an ambassador across campus who collaborates with a variety of University cabinet members, department managers, faculty, and staff, as well as with external partners, including insurance brokers, insurance company personnel, third party vendors.
In this position, you will be an integral member of a research team focused on advanced Computer Networking research. We have a wide range of projects, including research in advanced network telemetry systems, programmable switches, 5G cellular networks, and more. Our ambition is not only to come up with great research ideas but also make them applicable to the real world, backed by high-quality, production-ready software. You will join a team of researchers associated with the Department of Computer Science to provide expertise in algorithm development and software design in order to create high-quality and sustainable research code. If you have a strong background in systems programming, academic or industry research, and an interest in computer networking, you have the right skill set to make an immediate impact on multiple high-profile research projects. This position will give you an opportunity to work closely with colleagues in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) as well as with faculty, student/postdoctoral researchers, and technical staff in Computer Science to enable and accelerate research software development within the department.
CONTEXTUniversity 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.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. 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. 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 full time, 12 month position. Daily work schedule will be Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm; May be required to work some Saturdays (9am – 4pm), with weekday schedule adjustment.
The Communications Manager at the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) serves as the lead for all external and internal communications efforts of the center. This will include developing CITP’s content strategy and managing the center’s website, Freedom to Tinker blog, and social media presence. The position requires coordination and collaboration with researchers at the center, communications groups at Princeton, and, at times, managing freelance specialists.This is a 2 year term position with the possibility of renewal.
As the University embarks on a new Capital plan, the university is working on developing new tools are being developed to support project management, analysis and reporting in an effort to increase accuracy, transparency and communication. The Facilities Finance Capital Projects (FFCP) group is seeking a Business Analyst to implement a new Capital Project Management System (CPMS) that will facilitate the planning, execution and reporting of all projects that make up the University’s capital plan. Reporting to the Director, Capital Projects, the business analyst will collaborate with the project team to create deliverables critical to project completion and system adoption and system administration. The Business Analyst supports the Capital Project Management System (CPMS), a two-year system development and deployment project. The Business Analyst will provide technical, analytical and decision-making support to the CPMS project team, and will be required to assist in the coordination of all aspects of the CPMS implementation, training and system administration post launch. Tasks will include organization and analysis of project data and ongoing support for end users. The CPMS project will provide an internal technology environment that will provide visibility into the overall health of the projects within the University’s Capital Plan. It will include the assessment, improvement and integration of business processes into the Capital Project Management System, which will support decision-making and planning within Facilities and other university units involved with the capital program. With a staff of over 700 spread across 9 departments and 20 shops, Facilities is a multifaceted organization providing support to the entire Princeton University campus. In order to provide the services needed to maintain and grow a world-class institution, Facilities utilizes an operating budget of over $120 million, a capital program expending nearly $345 million a year. The Facilities Finance Capital Projects (FFCP) group, embedded within Facilities Finance and Administrative Services department is responsible for providing shared services to all Facilities clients as well as the broader university. This is a benefits eligible term position with an end date of June 2024, with the possibility to extend. This position is deemed essential and may require the individual to be available on site or remotely during University holidays/closures.
Princeton University has received a multi-year monetary gift focusing on undergraduate and graduate student health and well-being. This gift supports TigerWell, an initiative that is multi-faceted and involves engaging the campus as a whole in promoting well-being. University Health Services (UHS) administers TigerWell, which includes skills-building, outreach, events, professional development, and program assessment and evaluation. The TigerWell team (the Project Manager, three Mental Health Outreach Counselors, a part-time Administrative Coordinator, and UHS’s Director of Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS), in coordination with campus partners, works to bring the vision for the Initiative to reality. The Health Communications Specialist will work collaboratively with the TigerWell team, under the direction of the Project Manager, to meet Initiative goals. The Health Communications Specialist will have the opportunity to impact on how, when, and why health and well-being are communicated about to campus stakeholders and students.