The following is a list of current administrative and professional job postings. For specifics or to apply, click on the job title.
The Department of Music at Princeton University is home to Princeton University Concerts (PUC), one of the nation’s preeminent University presenting series that brings professional classical musicians from all over the world to campus. PUC seeks applications for a new part-time position of Graphic Designer, a nine month term position (during the academic year) that has the potential to grow into a full-time position.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of events, supporting one of the most dynamic concert programs on any college campus that continues to grow in energy and impact each year. The Graphic Designer will prepare and maintain the graphic identity for the concert series, as well as create and deliver event-driven graphic works for events, including brochures, concert programs, print advertisements, and e-mail marketing. This individual will work closely with marketing staff to understand the substantive, interpretive, and informational goals of the series and to identify the ways in which these can be achieved through creative design solutions.
The Graphic Designer will report to the Director of Princeton University Concerts. The office is a fast-paced, event-driven, team-based environment, producing multiple projects that range in scale and complexity and are subject to rigorous timetables. An ability to balance multiple projects simultaneously and to communicate effectively and regularly with members of staff, and a myriad personalities including the Chair of the Department, the Director of the Concerts Series and faculty members, is essential to the position.
Candidates should submit a cover letter, a resume and a link to an electronic portfolio for consideration.
Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs invites applications for a Web Services Manager. This is a challenging, multi-faceted position which requires excellent programming, organizational and communication skills.
Under the direction of the IT manager for undergraduate admission, and working collaboratively with other university departments, this 1-2-year term position assists with the management, administration, and deployment of undergraduate admissions Information Technology systems. Responsibilities include but are not limited to maintenance of the UG Admission CRM (Slate) throughout the admission cycle from prospect to enrollment, e-mail campaigns and other student communications, user security management, application and portal/web support, creating reports and documentation, user/staff training, and printing/desktop/hardware support.
Princeton University is seeking an Associate Director to lead its Custom Solutions and Integration (CSI) group within the Office of Information Technology (OIT). The Associate Director is responsible for supporting customers across the University in their use of our extensive Java-based, custom administrative systems. The Associate Director oversees three direct reports and, by extension, a team of 11 application developers. The Associate Director also has primary responsibility for fostering and managing customer relations with University departments served by our CSI solutions, as well as planning and leading the future growth and maturation of this critical technology offering.
The Associate Director provides leadership and direction that ensures Princeton’s investment in custom systems and related services continuously meets campus needs and contributes value to the administration of University business functions. Services also include analysis, design, development, integration, testing, and deployment of administrative applications. This position reports to the Associate Chief Information Officer of Administrative Information Systems (AIS) and plays a collaborative role in the overall planning and management of the AIS department, as well as works closely and collaboratively with peers in OIT.
Princeton University’s Office of Information Technology is seeking a Network Automation Analyst to join its Networking and Monitoring Services group. The network automation analyst programs and delivers automation solutions for network services to the University community. This position develops device models, service models and reusable software libraries covering networking concepts including switching, routing, security, deep packet inspection, load balancing, SDN, NFV, network overlays. As a member of the Networking and Monitoring Services group, the network automation analyst is also responsible for managing and monitoring the network infrastructure, analyzing and resolving network problems, and continually improving the network and system infrastructure.
Princeton University’s Office of Information Technology is seeking a Lead Network Automation Engineer to join its Networking and Monitoring Services group. The lead network automation engineer provides leadership over planning, designing and developing automation solutions for network services to the University community. This position develops and designs device models, service models and reusable software libraries covering networking concepts including switching, routing, security, deep packet inspection, load balancing, SDN, NFV, network overlays. As a member of the Networking and Monitoring Services group, the automation engineer is also responsible for managing and monitoring the network infrastructure, analyzing and resolving network problems, and continually improving the network and system infrastructure.
The developer is responsible for developing, deploying, maintaining, testing, and supporting websites built primarily in the Drupal platform. This position works extensively with University partners to understand business needs and translates them into new websites and enhancements.
This is a two year term position.
Princeton University's Office of Information Technology (OIT) is seeking a Web Designer/Front-end Themer to join its Web Development Services group (WDS). WDS provides comprehensive design, development, and technical support services across multiple platforms for Princeton University websites. WDS is highly collaborative, with close working relationships between developers, designers, managers, and service stakeholders.
The Web Designer/Front-end Themer is responsible for creating and implementing visual designs and layouts for University department websites.
The position requires expertise in both programming (e.g., HTML, CSS, JS) and aesthetics (such as, screen element arrangement, color palette and font choices). The successful candidate has a solid understanding of industry trends and content management systems.
Princeton University currently has enrolled approximately 7,900 students (5,300 undergraduates and 2,600 graduate students) and employs approximately 6,100 benefits-eligible employees. The University Services division is made up of seven units: Campus Dining; Campus Venue Services; Conference and Event Services; Housing and Real Estate Services; Print and Mail Services; TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services; and University Services Administration.
TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services (TTPS) has responsibility for the University one card, parking, and campus transportation programs. TTPS is responsible for the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) programs, including the transit commuter program, the bike and car share programs, the car and van pools, assignment and permitting of university parking, event support, parking enforcement, and the campus shuttle system. The department manages the University’s ID/one card, TigerCard, system for students, faculty, and staff enabling access to buildings, dining options, and selected retail operations.
Reporting to the Director of TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services (TTPS) and the Associate Director of Information Technology, the Data Analyst and Technology Manager plays a pivotal role in improving departmental and program operational efficiency through the use of existing and new technology and data analysis. The manager is expected to develop the analytical framework, data architecture, identification of applications and tools for data-driven decision making, supporting the TTPS operations. This position will be responsible for creating and interpreting analytic tools and dashboards to enhance the University's parking and transportation programs with efficient and effective service, supporting the mission of TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services.
The successful candidate will need to develop a strong understanding of the functions of TTPS and University Services IT (USIT) and develop working relationships with the Office of Informational Technology (OIT), University Services units, and other departments across campus. The manager will need to engage in and understand the rapidly advancing and innovative industries of transportation and parking.
A full job description will be furnished prior to interview.
Princeton University’s Office of Information Technology is seeking a website developer to work within its Web Development Services (WDS) group. WDS provides comprehensive design, development, and technical support services across multiple platforms for Princeton University websites. WDS is highly collaborative, with close working relationships between developers, designers, managers, and service stakeholders.
The web developer is responsible for assisting the WDS team and its campus customers with the migration of University websites from the Roxen content management system to the University’s enterprise Drupal content management system.
Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) is the interdisciplinary center of environmental research, education, and outreach at Princeton University with 120 associated faculty members, representing 27 academic disciplines.
PEI seeks a highly competent and creative Web and Media Specialist to further the development and maintenance of PEI’s family of websites and to deploy social media strategies for enhanced communication with faculty, students, prospective students and others with an interest in environmental research and teaching. Reporting to the Manager of Communications and Outreach, the Specialist will play a key role in shaping and communicating PEI news and events through various platforms.
Princo is widely recognized as an innovative leader in the investment management industry. We manage the University’s $22 billion Endowment through a global network of over 75 top-tier investment firms that span seven asset class groups:
The combination of Princo’s distinctive investment philosophy and culture, 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 percentiles of institutional investors and have outperformed those of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway over the past 15 years.
Investment Technology Analyst
The Analyst initially will serve a two-year term, with the possibility for promotion. The Investment Technology Analyst will have the opportunity to learn the operations of the investment office and how to improve its efficiency through the use of technology.
The successful candidate will design, develop and maintain PRINCO’s data systems. He or She will promote a secure computing environment and assist in the training of staff. As a member of a small technical team, the Investment Technology Analyst will have the opportunity to work with a wide variety of software and systems.
The DH Developer will promote the work of CDH through workshops and other outreach activities including attending national and international conferences on Digital Humanities and relevant technologies.
This position qualifies for 20% R&D time on a project chosen in consultation with the Lead Developer.
The Seung Lab at Princeton University specializes in reconstructing the connections between neurons by analyzing electron microscopic brain images. The lab has received major funding from IARPA to reconstruct the connectome of a cubic millimeter of neocortex. This presents new engineering challenges as the volume is 1000x larger than existing reconstructions. This amounts to a petabyte of image data that must be stored and processed through our artificial intelligence (AI) pipeline and reviewed by human effort.
The lab is looking for an Infrastructure Developer experienced in large scale data storage and data processing systems to help scale the lab’s existing pipeline for this petabyte challenge. This is a one year term position with the possibility of renewal based on performance and continued funding.
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Please submit your application online and also email your CV and a longish C++ code sample directly to Prof. Sebastian Seung email@example.com
The Princeton University Library is one of the world's leading research libraries, serving 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, 5 million 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 professional and support staff working in a large central library, 9 specialized branches, and 3 storage facilities.
Under the direction of the manager, access control & security, and working collaboratively with other university departments, this position oversees the management, administration, and deployment of the enterprise-level campus access control system (C-Cure by Software House) and campus video management system (CVMS) (by Verint), as well as other similar systems. The Systems Administrator is responsible for hardware and software upkeep and support, installation and configuration of the systems, and for creating reports. This position oversees vendor partners, and provides technical direction to service technicians. This position also has responsibility for ensuring maximum system uptime, as well as for security of the systems. The Systems Administrator develops operating procedures, and provides user training. This position manages projects relating to new installations, new system acceptance, and system modifications/upgrades.
The campus is approximately 600 acres having 11 million square feet of academic, administrative, athletic, residential, and research space. The card access systems has approximately 1,600 networked doors, approximately 4,300 keyless hotel-style locks, and 300 surveillance video cameras, along with other, smaller security-related systems.