Reporting to the Director of Alumni Communities, the Associate Director of Reunions is an integral member of the team responsible for all aspects of planning, implementing and budgeting of Princeton Reunions. Reunions are Princeton’s largest on-campus event and the three-day weekend draws approximately 26,000 attendees to campus, maximizing the engagement of Princeton alumni with the University and with one another.
The Department of Chemistry seeks an Assistant Grants Manager to support the administration of research grants for our faculty, students, and research staff in a dynamic research-intensive environment. Under the supervision of the Grants Manager, the Assistant Grants Manager's primary responsibilities will include all pre- and post-award activities related to various sponsored research projects for a set of faculty. Such projects include, but are not limited to, the administration of multi-institutional center grants and an interdisciplinary university- and industry-sponsored research initiative.Assist with other grants management projects as assigned. This is an entry-level position into the field of grants management for those with some experience and a strong desire to learn more.
Princeton University is seeking an Associate Director of Talent Development to join its Organizational Effectiveness (OE) team within the Office of Information Technology (OIT). OIT, with its diverse staff of more than 330 employees, is responsible for continually advancing the central information technologies, resources, and infrastructure that support the University’s research, teaching, and administrative missions. The Associate Director of Talent Development reports to the Senior Director of OE and provides strategic leadership and implementation of comprehensive and integrative talent development and learning plans for all OIT employees. With the constant and rapid pace of technological changes, the Associate Director anticipates, researches and recommends plans for the wide-ranging professional technical development needs of OIT. Additionally, the Associate Director must focus on supporting skills development in leadership, management, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, communications, and all other skills identified through OIT’s strategic planning efforts.
The Economics Department is seeking to hire an Events Coordinator & Faculty Assistant. This individual will be responsible for successfully planning and executing all events, including lecture series, workshops, conferences, summer seminar series, departmental functions, graduate student and undergraduate student events, and special visitors. In addition, this role will provide academic support to faculty members within the department.
The Athletic Facility Crewperson is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of Princeton’s athletic facilities. Facilities include natural grass fields, artificial turf fields, swimming pools, basketball/volleyball courts, indoor/outdoor tennis courts, indoor/outdoor tracks, an ice rink, squash courts, fencing room, strength and conditioning facilities, athletic medicine facilities, etc. As part of a Division I athletic program it is the expectation that all facilities will be maintained to the highest possible standards. Schedules and duties assigned are event driven and can vary from season to season as well as day to day. Crew members must have a thorough understanding of the department’s many different facilities and equipment that is necessary to run a Division I athletic department. In addition, crew members are expected to develop a complete understanding of the requirements for competition for the 38 varsity sports and numerous club and intramural programs that utilize the facilities. Crew members are expected to work both independently and collaboratively as well as utilize problem solving and troubleshooting skills when necessary in order to diagnose and make repairs on equipment as needed. In addition, crew members are expected to provide excellent customer service by interacting with coaches, staff, and visiting teams as well as making appropriate decisions with minimal supervision.
The Office and Study Abroad 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 coordinates international initiatives including three summer study abroad programs (in Argentina, Portugal and Spain) and course-related field trips, manages departmental communications and social media, and creates and maintains a welcoming and productive office environment. This position reports to the Department Manager. To be considered for this position, please complete the cover letter form in the application process.
Princeton University’s Department of Facilities, Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks a Senior Interior Project Manager to join a dynamic team of professional project managers. This role is a member of a robust design and project management team who collaborate with the Office of the Vice Provost for Space Programming and Planning, the University Architect, Academic Department Managers, University Services, Capital Project Program and Project Managers, and with colleagues from other Facilities departments. The Senior Interior Project Manager is instrumental in successfully executing multiple projects within his or her portfolio simultaneously and quickly. He or she will be responsible for projects that range from small renovations to being a part of a larger team for new capital projects, including Capital Plan 2 projects, with budget responsibilities ranging from $10,000 to $8,000,000. The emphasis will be on academic spaces, administrative office spaces and residential living housing and student centers. The Senior Interior Project Manager portfolio of work will include a wide range of project types, up to 50-60 projects annually with an estimated average spend of $6,000,000. This is a benefits eligible three year term position.Two positions available.
Princeton University Office seeks a dynamic and experienced Assistant Vice President to join the Advancement team. Reporting to the Vice President for Advancement (VP), the Assistant Vice President for Data Strategy & Innovation (AVP) is a member of the Office of Advancement’s senior leadership team and is responsible for leading ongoing efforts to strategically leverage data and technology to advance the office’s mission of engaging Princeton’s global community of alumni and securing private philanthropic support for the University’s highest priorities. The AVP will oversee a team of approximately 45 technology, analytics, prospect development, and data management enthusiasts, creating a vision, establishing individual and department goals, and motivating and inspiring a best-in-class team. The incumbent will also have a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Office of Advancement.
The Front of House 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 daily at all meal periods. Reporting to the Senior Operations Manager, the Front of House Manager contributes to the overall success of the Residential Program. This Manager works collaboratively with members of other departments to cross promote residential and catering operations. The Front of House Manager is a hands-on position that is visible and meets guests on the floor to actively seek feedback and share ideas with guests. Background:Princeton University invites applications for the position of Front of House Manager, for Residential Dining. Chartered in 1746, Princeton currently has enrolled approximately 7,900 students and employs approximately 6,100 benefits eligible employees. As a research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. At the same time, Princeton is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to undergraduate teaching. Interdisciplinary work is vital to Princeton and is reflected in a full spectrum of academic programs. Campus Dining is a dynamic and progressive culinary organization responsible for the food program management in residential dining halls, retail venues, and catering across campus. The residential dining program consists of six colleges, the graduate school, and a kosher facility. Catering offers the campus community a broad range of services including high profile receptions, full-service dinners, catering delivery service, and a newly developed Food Truck, which currently offers two separate menus. The retail dining program consists of seven cafes, a food gallery located in the Frist Campus Center, a convenience store, Prospect House—the University’s faculty and staff club, Palmer House—a nine-bedroom guest house and athletic concessions. Nutrition and sustainability are important initiatives of Campus Dining. Menus provide options for a healthy diet and promote well-balanced meals. Campus Dining also operates an Allergy Awareness Program to assist guests with special dietary needs. In addition, through Campus Dining’s Sustainability Initiative, thoughtful consideration is given to the broader context of social and environmental issues surrounding food production, distribution, and preparation. The Campus Dining food program is culinary driven based on culinary principles of healthy and sustainable menus. The food program focuses on scientific research, innovative menu concepts, and food and ingredients. Menus are globally inspired and plant-centric which celebrate cultural diversity and discovery. Campus Dining’s Culinary Council and a team of Food and Beverage professionals develop unique memorable experiences for our students, faculty, and staff. Campus Dining’s vision for the future engages our campus community in activity-based learning. Our guiding principles are:- Team and People: to inspire our team of hospitality professionals- Service Excellence: to deliver excellence in food and beverage service and food and beverage production- Efficiency and Effectiveness: to continually develop innovative solutions that are fiscally responsible while being sustainable for our community, health, well-being, and the environment
The Client Support Specialist is a member of the Customer Service and Support team and provides IT software and hardware support to the faculty, staff and students. This role serves as the primary IT support specialist for the Molecular Biology department at Princeton University. The Client Support Specialist must be familiar with a variety of technology and able to trouble-shoot and resolve issues with Windows and Mac computers, tablets, and smartphones. The Specialist supports customers in their office, as walk-ins and by phone or video conference using remote support tools. The Client Specialist may also be asked to assist with IT field support in other departments, as needed. In their support of the Molecular Biology department, the Client Support Specialist will also be called on to support and assist with special technology requests, such as poster printing and large-format printer maintenance.
The Department of Public Safety (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 120 staff members. The department consists of professional university police, non-sworn security officers, dispatchers and administrators dedicated to providing best-in-class service to the community. DPS was awarded Law Enforcement Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) in July 2015. CALEA serves as the “International Gold Standard for Public Safety Agencies” and oversees a rigorous accreditation process. DPS sworn University Police Officers have the authority of commissioned police officers with full power of arrest deriving their law enforcement authority from New Jersey statutes (Title 18A, Sections 6-4.2 and 6-4.5) and the Trustees of Princeton University. Title 18A, Section 6-4.5 provides that sworn University Police Officers “shall possess all the powers of policemen and constables in criminal cases and offenses against the law anywhere in the State of New Jersey [including the powers of arrest], pursuant to any limitations as may be imposed by the governing body of the institution which appointed and commissioned the person.” Sworn officers are required to complete the same police academies and annual training as their municipal counterparts. This training has been approved and authorized by the State of New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice Police Training Commission. Our sworn officers who are unarmed on a daily basis have access to a rifle in two limited situations, an active shooter incident or when there is someone brandishing a firearm on campus. All sworn officers have qualified with a firearm while at the police academy and are required to attend mandatory in-service firearms training throughout the year to enable them to perform more efficiently and more safely. DPS has 39 sworn officers including the director of operations, the patrol captain, 3 lieutenants, 8 sergeants, 6 corporals, 2 detectives, and 18 police officers. The Department of Public Safety is a 24/7, 365 day operation. The successful candidate must be able to work ALL shifts, including weekends and holidays. To read the Princeton University Annual Security and Fire Safety Report click here.
This role reports primarily to the Director of the Princeton Fellowship Advising Program and supports all fellowship advising activities within Princeton's Office of International Programs in ODOC. The Fellowship Advising Program advises undergraduate students and Princeton alumni on more than 25 international and domestic fellowships and scholarships. The position entails coordinating the nomination and submission processes for a variety of high-profile and prestigious competitions, such as the Rhodes, Marshall, Schwarzman, Fulbright, Truman, and Goldwater scholarships, as well as for several internal awards. The Coordinator interacts regularly with Princeton senior faculty, administrators, and fellowship foundation representatives, as well as undergraduates and alumni. The Coordinator communicates with consulates, the advancement office, and others to coordinate campus visits of foundation executives of fellowship programs. The position requires working with highly sensitive materials in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment.
Princeton University’s Office of Capital Projects (OCP), seeks an experienced Senior Project Manager to join our dynamic staff. OCP lead an ambitious series of projects from design through construction in support of the Princeton University new 10-year capital plan. In collaboration with the Senior Program Manager, the Senior Project Manager will manage diverse capital projects, ranging from $25K to over $150M. Responsibilities include the development of the program and project budget in concert with the Office of the University Architect (OUA), project users, Executive Committee leadership and the Provost's office. Primary duties include developing and managing the project scope, budget and schedule from project inception through completion in the context of the Princeton University campus, while maintaining the expectations of all stakeholders.
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. The Associate Director of Athletics for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will lead the athletic department’s efforts to create and maintain a culture of mutual respect and unity and to combat bias based on gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race and all other identities. The position will have oversight of all aspects of DEI education and training for student-athletes, coaches and staff within the athletics department. The position will also work collaboratively with the University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Campus Life.
The Senior Business Analyst (BA) works as a member of the Custom Solutions and Integrations team within the central IT department at Princeton University. As part of this team, the Senior BA provides analytical expertise and supports the Software Development Life Cycle for key development projects. For each project, the BA works closely with stakeholders to understand business needs and ensure projects and programs meet these needs; develops and maintains business requirements and specifications; and authors technical and business documentation. With Agile as the team’s primary project methodology, the BA will also facilitate the creation of ‘user stories’ to effectively document application requirements. This position will also be involved in team work to create data models, user interfaces, and testing plans, as well as assess business processes for possible improvements.
Basic Function:Princeton University invites applications for the position of Senior Operations Manager for the Department of Campus Dining at Whitman College. The Senior Operations Manager is responsible for all aspects of service, production, personnel, and financial reporting. This position provides hands on positive leadership to motivate and engage the team by providing proper on-boarding and training. Background:Chartered in 1746, Princeton University currently has enrolled approximately 7,900 students and employs approximately 6,100 benefits eligible employees. As a research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. At the same time, Princeton is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to undergraduate teaching. Interdisciplinary work is vital to Princeton and is reflected in a full spectrum of academic programs. Campus Dining, 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. The residential dining program consists of six colleges, the graduate school, and a kosher facility. Catering offers the campus community a broad range of services including high profile receptions, full-service dinners, catering delivery service, and a newly developed Food Truck, which currently offers two separate menus. The retail dining program consists of eight cafes, a food gallery located in the Frist Campus Center, a convenience store, Prospect House—the University’s faculty and staff club, Palmer House—a nine-bedroom guest house and athletic concessions. Nutrition and sustainability are important initiatives of Campus Dining. Menus provide options for a healthy diet and promote well-balanced meals. Campus Dining also operates an Allergy Awareness Program to assist guests with special dietary needs. In addition, through Campus Dining’s Sustainability Initiative, thoughtful consideration is given to the broader context of social and environmental issues surrounding food production, distribution, and preparation. The Campus Dining food program is culinary driven based on culinary principles of healthy and sustainable menus. The food program focuses on scientific research, innovative menu concepts, and food and ingredients. Menus are globally inspired and plant-centric which celebrate cultural diversity and discovery. Campus Dining’s Culinary Council and a team of Food and Beverage Professionals develop unique memorable experiences for our students, faculty, and staff. Campus Dining’s vision for the future engages our campus community in activity-based learning. Our guiding principles are:- Team and People: to inspire our team of hospitality professionals- Service excellence: to deliver excellence in food and beverage service and food and beverage production- Efficiency and effectiveness: to continually develop innovative solutions that are fiscally responsible while being sustainable for our community, health, well-being, and the environment.
Princeton University Library seeks an energetic, service-oriented individual to join its Cataloging and Metadata Services team (CaMS). CaMS is a multidisciplinary group of talented individuals working collaboratively to support the teaching, learning, and research mission of Princeton University by providing efficient, thorough, and accurate access to the Library's holdings in many formats and languages. Princeton University Library is one of the world's leading research libraries, supporting a diverse community of 5,200 undergraduates, 2,700 graduate students, 1,200 faculty members, and many visiting scholars. Its holdings include more than 7 million printed volumes, 85 thousand manuscripts, 2 million non-print items, and extensive collections of digital text, data, and images. The Library employs a dedicated and knowledgeable staff of more than 300 people working in a large central library, nine specialized branches, and three storage facilities. The Cataloging and Metadata Services department at Princeton University Library is looking for a Bibliographic Specialist to join the ACCT Library Team. This is a multi-faceted position, encompassing acquisitions and cataloging tasks, hiring and supervising students, and maintaining the 693 hold. It reports to the supervisor of the ACCT team.
The Budget and Program Specialist works independently to provide high-level administrative and project management support primarily to the Associate Provost for Budget Planning, but also to others in the Office of Provost. The position organizes and maintains files, supports committee work, manages schedules and produces reports and analyses related to position management and resource planning. Under the oversight of the Associate Provost, this position will also manage the annual operating budget for the Provost Office. Additionally, the Budget and Program Specialist supports directly the work of several key University committees, such as the University Priorities Committee.
The Princeton Undergraduate Financial Aid Office seeks a motivated individual for the position of Assistant Director. This position is a complex administrative job with mid-level program responsibilities.The demand of constant aid activity throughout the year requires independent decision-making and the ability to exercise professional judgment when required. The Assistant Director 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.
Software Infrastructure Services (SIS) is a group of highly-technical, highly-competent technologists who support the software infrastructure necessary to provide academic and administrative computing at Princeton University. The Lead Architect for Software Development is the primary technical resource charged with enabling the entire team to excel in all of the various functional areas assigned to SIS, including, but not limited to: APIs, Puppet, Git, Mobile Apps, Windows, Linux, RDBMS, PL/SQL, Docker, Python, PHP, and other technologies. Working closely with the Director of SIS, the duties of the position include:- Analysis, discovery and dissemination of industry best practices and standards.- Collaborating with all team members to enable and mentor across all areas.- Prototyping and building proof of concept installations to further the efforts of the team.- Analysis of existing design patterns with the intent to re-factor as necessary.