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Requisition # 2024-18868
Date Posted 2 days ago(4/11/2024 1:21 PM)
Princeton University seeks multiple resolute individuals to fill a variety of roles in the Facilities, Office of Capital Projects (OCP). All positions will require an individual to begin working on June 3, 2024, and work through August. Based on the position you are selected for, the hours can vary any time from 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Saturday. Reporting to the Department Administrative Coordinator, Project Manager, and/or Construction Manager, these positions will play an essential seasonal role within the Office of Capital Projects. The selected individuals must embody core values essential to the Facilities organization including excellent customer service, resourcefulness, dependability, and approachability, while exercising the utmost discretion. Positions available are as follows:·         Contractor Escort·         Document scanning and indexing/back up contractor escort·         Construction Management team support·         Interiors team support·         Facilities Resource Center support·         Department Office support/document scanning and archiving Please note all positions will be required to take the contractor escort training and may be required to work as a contractor escort even if it is not the role for which you are selected. All positions are temporary.
Department
Office of Capital Projects
Job Type
Temporary
Category
Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Application Deadline
5/1/2024
Requisition # 2024-18866
Date Posted 2 days ago(4/11/2024 12:45 PM)
Princeton University invites applications for the position of Chef de Cuisine for the Department of Campus Dining.  The Chef de’ Cuisine will plan and manage service, food production, preparation, presentation and financial reporting within the Department of Campus Dining in conjunction with an executive chef. The Chef de Cuisine will be required to work in various locations across business groups depending on departmental needs in order to advance the Campus Vision for the Future of Dining. Background: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 seven 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 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.
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2024-18864
Date Posted 3 days ago(4/10/2024 4:33 PM)
Campus Dining is committed to the success of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors by nourishing them to be their healthy best while caring for the environment. If you are a cook by profession, love working with top ingredients, are a student at heart, and believe that community engagement happens around food, we’d love to hear from you! We welcome team members who share our passion for serving and caring for our community through exceptional dining experiences. In collaboration with our campus partners, we craft culinary programs that deliver unique memorable experiences. Campus Dining brings together expertise in culinary, wellness, sustainability, procurement and hospitality to develop innovative programs in support of our diverse community. Our award-winning food program is based on scientific and evidence-based principles of healthy sustainable menus that are prepared by our culinary team with high-quality ingredients. We invite you to be part of our dynamic culinary team, grow as an individual and make an impact in a place where people, quality and value mean everything. The Cook will prepare the food requirements of the daily menu with concern for quality, appeal, presentation, cleanliness, safety, and cost. Responsible for maintaining the kitchen in a clean, safe, and orderly fashion. Starting  Hourly Rate $22.06 Why work at Princeton?- Paid Time Off (including vacation, sick time, and 11 University holidays)- Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance Benefits (Effective on your first day)- Employee Child Care Assistance Program- Employee Tuition Assistance- Children’s Educational Assistance Plan (Up to a $20,000 tuition grant for college)- Continued Career Development & Growth Opportunities- Commuter Benefits Program (50% Transit Subsidy/NJ Transit Bus Pass/Carpool)- Free Uniforms & Meals- Retiree Medical Plans- Employee Referral Program- Earn up to $500 Bonus- Culinary Boot Camp   PLEASE NOTE, THE ABOVE VIDEO DOES NOT REFLECT THE ACTUAL DUTIES OF THIS POSITION.
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2024-18848
Date Posted 4 days ago(4/8/2024 7:53 PM)
Campus Dining invites applications for a food service worker in our Rocky College , a residential college at Princeton University.   The food service worker is responsible for cold food preparation, setting dining areas, serving food, bussing tables, garbage disposal, ware-washing and sanitation procedures. Starting Hourly Rate $20.57 Princeton University Benefits: Helping You Thrive Our comprehensive benefits package features an array of programs and resources to help care for you and your family, such as:- Paid time off (including vacation, sick time, and 11 University holidays)- Eligibility to enroll in medical, dental, and vision benefits on your first day of employment- Employer contribution of 9.3% to your Princeton University Retirement Plan- Career development opportunities, such as the SEIU Summer Transfer Program- Employee Child Care Assistance Program, Children’s Educational Assistance Plan, and Staff Educational Assistance Plan- Commuter Benefits Program and Employee Referral Program- Physical, mental, and financial wellness appointments on site at our Employee Wellness CenterMore Impact Than You Can Imagine  Campus Dining is committed to the success of our diverse community by nourishing Princeton students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors with healthy, high-quality ingredients. If you believe that community engagement happens around food, we invite you to join our dynamic culinary team, grow as an individual, and make an impact in a place where people, quality, and value mean everything.  PLEASE NOTE, THE ABOVE VIDEO DOES NOT REFLECT THE ACTUAL DUTIES OF THIS POSITION. 
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Part-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2024-18811
Date Posted 5 days ago(4/8/2024 3:32 PM)
Campus Dining invites applications for a food service worker in our Yeh/West College , a residential college at Princeton University.   The food service worker is responsible for cold food preparation, setting dining areas, serving food, bussing tables, garbage disposal, ware-washing and sanitation procedures.  Princeton University Benefits: Helping You Thrive Our comprehensive benefits package features an array of programs and resources to help care for you and your family, such as:- Paid time off (including vacation, sick time, and 11 University holidays)- Eligibility to enroll in medical, dental, and vision benefits on your first day of employment- Employer contribution of 9.3% to your Princeton University Retirement Plan- Career development opportunities, such as the SEIU Summer Transfer Program- Employee Child Care Assistance Program, Children’s Educational Assistance Plan, and Staff Educational Assistance Plan- Commuter Benefits Program and Employee Referral Program- Physical, mental, and financial wellness appointments on site at our Employee Wellness Center Starting Hourly Rate $20.57 More Impact Than You Can Imagine  Campus Dining is committed to the success of our diverse community by nourishing Princeton students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors with healthy, high-quality ingredients. If you believe that community engagement happens around food, we invite you to join our dynamic culinary team, grow as an individual, and make an impact in a place where people, quality, and value mean everything.   PLEASE NOTE, THE ABOVE VIDEO DOES NOT REFLECT THE ACTUAL DUTIES OF THIS POSITION.
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Part-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2023-18146
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(4/2/2024 3:21 PM)
The Sanitation Equipment Operator is a member of the Facilities Operations and is committed to the success of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors by maintaining our beautiful campus. We invite you to be part of our dynamic Sanitation team where we promote an atmosphere of teamwork, innovation, integrity, inclusiveness, respect, and sustainability. Our goal is to provide an experience for customers that creates an environment of satisfaction. The Sanitation Equipment Operator provides recycling, special waste, and trash removal services on a daily basis for designated University properties, operating specialized equipment such as scooters, commercial rear-loading trash trucks, forklifts side, and top-loading compactors.  Maintain equipment and dumpster sites. Experience preferred, CDL license with brake endorsement a must. All Building Services employees are considered Essential/Core Personnel. We currently have several openings, with the following work schedules: Monday to Friday, 7:00am to 3:30pmSaturday to Wednesday, 7:00am to 3:30pm
Department
Building Services-Sanitation
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Maintenance and Custodial Services
Requisition # 2024-18807
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(4/2/2024 2:16 PM)
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 164 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 originally recognized and awarded Law Enforcement Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) in July 2015, and subsequently awarded reaccreditation status in July 2018 and July 25, 2022. CALEA serves as the “International Gold Standard for Public Safety Agencies” and oversees a rigorous accreditation process.  In addition, DPS was awarded accreditation status by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (NJLEAC) on March 14, 2019, and subsequently awarded reaccreditation status on March 10, 2022 . These awards are a mark of professional excellence and signify that we have earned these distinguished honors through continued compliance with CALEA/NJLEAC Standards. Throughout these processes, we established and implemented policies and practices that meet or exceed the National and State standards, to serve both the Department and the community well in the future. DPS dispatchers serve as the first point of contact for community members who are seeking assistance with their emergency, non-emergency and service request calls. To read the Princeton University Annual Security and Fire Safety Report visit https://publicsafety.princeton.edu/information/monthlyannual-data#annual-reports
Department
Public Safety
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Public Safety, Security, and Emergency Services
Requisition # 2024-18801
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(4/1/2024 1:12 PM)
A member of Facilities Operations, the lead custodian is responsible for all phases of cleaning across a variety of work sites on the Princeton University campus, in addition to overseeing small working groups and leading shifts in the absence of a supervisor.More Impact Than You Can ImagineFacilities supports Princeton's educational mission by stewarding the University’s campus in a sustainable way to create an environment of exceptional quality where learning and research thrive. If you share our values for teamwork, innovation, integrity, inclusiveness, respect, and sustainability, we welcome you to join our team.
Department
Building Services-Custodians
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Maintenance and Custodial Services
Requisition # 2024-18795
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(4/1/2024 9:40 AM)
Campus Dining is committed to the success of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors by nourishing them to be their healthy best while caring for the environment.  We welcome team members who share our passion of serving and caring for our community through exceptional dining experiences.  In collaboration with our campus partners, we craft culinary programs that deliver unique memorable experiences.  Campus Dining brings together expertise in culinary, wellness, sustainability, procurement and hospitality to develop innovative programs in support of our diverse community.  Our award-winning food program is based on scientific and evidence - based principles of healthy sustainable menus that are prepared by our culinary team with high-quality ingredients.  We invite you to be a part of our dynamic culinary team, grow as an individual and make an impact in a place where people, quality and value mean everything.  The Residential Food Service Worker provides customer service within the parameters of departmental standards with regard for speed of service and customer satisfaction. S/he will be responsible for all levels of customer service, prepare the food requirements of an established menu with the concern for quality, appeal, presentation, sanitation, safety and cost. S/he will also be responsible for maintaining the kitchen and stations in a clean, safe and orderly fashion.  Starting Hourly Rate $20.98  Why work at Princeton?- Paid Time Off (including vacation, sick time, and 11 University holidays)- Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance Benefits (Effective on your first day)- Employee Child Care Assistance Program- Employee Tuition Assistance- Children’s Educational Assistance Plan (Up to a $20,000 tuition grant for college)- Continued Career Development & Growth Opportunities- Commuter Benefits Program (50% Transit Subsidy/NJ Transit Bus Pass/Carpool)- Free Uniforms & Meals- Retiree Medical Plans- Employee Referral Program- Earn up to $500 Bonus- Culinary Boot Camp  PLEASE NOTE, THE ABOVE VIDEO DOES NOT REFLECT THE ACTUAL DUTIES OF THIS POSITION. 
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2024-18766
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(4/1/2024 8:52 AM)
Facilities, Operations invites you to apply to its Building Services team as a custodian. The custodian spends a significant portion of the workday in Princeton University buildings, interacting with the community while being responsible for all phases of cleaning and maintaining our beautiful campus.  Starting hourly rate: $20.57 More Impact Than You Can Imagine Facilities supports Princeton's educational mission by stewarding the University’s campus in a sustainable way to create an environment of exceptional quality where learning and research thrive. If you share our values for teamwork, innovation, integrity, inclusiveness, respect, and sustainability, we welcome you to join our team.
Department
Building Services-Custodians
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Maintenance and Custodial Services
Requisition # 2024-18788
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(4/1/2024 8:03 AM)
The Research Collections & Preservation Consortium (ReCAP) seeks a dependable and energetic individual to help process and maintain library materials in its high-density shelving facility. Library items sent to the ReCAP facility are sorted, shelved, scanned, retrieved and refiled for each of its member institutions. The individual will be part of a team that rotates responsibilities on a daily basis. ReCAP is a partnership of Princeton University, Columbia University, Harvard University, and The New York Public Library. The ReCAP facility encompasses seven shelving modules, a cold storage film vault, and a 25,000 square foot processing center. The facility resides on the Forrestal Campus of Princeton University in Plainsboro, NJ, and its current holdings of over 17 million items makes it the largest preservation repository in North America under one roof. ReCAP fulfills over 200,000 physical and electronic library requests per year for, and on behalf of, its partners. At ReCAP, the duties of the Shelving Facility Assistant will revolve around different aspects of two core functions: accession incoming library material into permanent storage; and circulate items held at the facility upon request.
Department
Lib-Research Coll & Presr Cons
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Library
Requisition # 2024-18724
Date Posted 3 weeks ago(3/21/2024 8:35 AM)
As a member of the Facilities Operation, and under the direction of the supervisor of access control & security systems, and working collaboratively with other University departments, the Site Protection Technician position is responsible for maintaining, repairing, installing, and testing the University's campus access control system (CACS) Software House CCure 9000, campus keyless locking system (KLS) Salto Systems and Honeywell intrusion security systems.
Department
Site Protection-Tech Staff
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Building Trades and Technicians
Requisition # 2022-16050
Date Posted 3 weeks ago(3/20/2024 3:32 PM)
Princeton University invites applications for the position of Assistant Manager, Catering Department of Campus 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.
Department
Campus Dining
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Food Services and Dining
Requisition # 2024-18623
Date Posted 1 month ago(2/29/2024 5:57 PM)
Possessing comprehensive theoretical and practical working knowledge, the Senior DDC Controls Technician installs, services, maintains, calibrates, troubleshoots, and programs a variety of campus DDC and pneumatic building control systems to effectively maintain HVAC comfort, ensure maximum energy conservation and prevent system and equipment failures. As needed, the incumbent may assume the duties of HVAC Controls Shop Supervisor.
Department
Controls
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Building Trades and Technicians
Requisition # 2024-18574
Date Posted 2 months ago(2/22/2024 11:07 AM)
The Landscaper position provides assistance in support of the Campus Grounds Operations by maintaining, preserving and improving the university grounds.  Always follows all University safety rules and regulations and is proficient in basic grounds maintenance, horticultural practices and landscaping operations.  This position’s normal workweek is Monday – Friday 6:00 am – 2:30 pm. Based on business needs, other work schedules may be assigned or required. Level of position and pay will be commensurate with experience, knowledge, and needs of the department.
Department
Landscape Grounds Shop
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Building Trades and Technicians
Requisition # 2024-18478
Date Posted 2 months ago(2/9/2024 4:08 PM)
The Department of Facilities Operations Site Protection at Princeton University is searching for an experienced Access Control Systems Field Specialist. This position will report to the Manager of Security and Access Control Systems. The Security Access Control Field Specialist will be responsible for oversight of key physical security projects at the University. The successful candidate will ensure new building physical security system installations meet design intent as well as University design standards. Upon successful awarding of physical security projects, the position will be responsible for field coordination and project oversight through final acceptance testing of the systems. The successful candidate will work with primary stakeholders, including but limited to, Department of Public Safety, University Housing, and the Office of Capital Planning who rely on Site Protection to provide exceptional service and reliable systems regarding access control and security systems. This position will not have any direct reports.
Department
Site Protection-Administration
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Requisition # 2023-18252
Date Posted 2 months ago(2/6/2024 2:17 PM)
DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW 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 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 originally recognized and awarded Law Enforcement Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) in July 2015 and subsequently awarded reaccreditation status in July 2018 and July 25, 2022. CALEA serves as the “International Gold Standard for Public Safety Agencies” and oversees a rigorous accreditation process.  In addition, DPS was awarded accreditation status on March 14, 2019 and subsequently awarded reaccreditation status on March 10, 2022 by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (NJLEAC). These awards are a mark of professional excellence and signifies that we have earned these distinguished honors through continued compliance with CALEA/NJLEAC Standards. Throughout these processes, we established and implemented policies and practices that meet or exceed the National and State standards, to serve both the Department and the community well in the future. POSITION OVERVIEW Reporting to the Security Operations Manager (SOM) or the Assistant Security Operations Manager (ASOM), the Head Museum Security Supervisor (HSS) provides administrative and management oversight of 5 Cultural Property Security Supervisors (CPSS) who supervise 58 security officers. The HSS schedules, trains, and supervises appropriate staff to secure the Princeton University Art Museum (Museum) and its collections, as well as provide for the safety and comfort of visitors during the Museum’s open hours and at special events. The HSS is the primary on-site staff member providing day-to-day supervision for the Museum’s security operation and assuring a positive customer service experience for all Museum visitors. This position provides guidance and monitors the work assignments of, and provides training to, all security staff in the Museum.  Supervision of the security staff includes establishing posts, post orders, and function of the control room. Control room supervision includes monitoring alarms and video, badging visitors, key control, dispatching, coordination with Department of Public Safety (DPS) staff at DPS Headquarters located at 200 Elm Drive, and other coordinating functions as required. The HSS takes a lead role in serving the Museum’s visitors and making them feel safe and welcome during their time in the Museum. The HSS works closely with the SOM/ASOM in preparing staffing and training plans and establishing priorities to meet institutional goals with the most effective and economical utilization of personnel, technology, and equipment.  DPS is a 24/7, 365-day operation. The successful candidate must be able to work ALL shifts, including weekends, holidays, and overtime shifts, as required.
Department
Public Safety
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Public Safety, Security, and Emergency Services
Requisition # 2023-17586
Date Posted 2 months ago(2/6/2024 2:16 PM)
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 164 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 originally recognized and awarded Law Enforcement Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) in July 2015, and subsequently awarded reaccreditation status in July 2018 and July 25, 2022. CALEA serves as the “International Gold Standard for Public Safety Agencies” and oversees a rigorous accreditation process.  In addition, DPS was awarded accreditation status by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (NJLEAC) on March 14, 2019, and subsequently awarded reaccreditation status on March 10, 2022 . These awards are a mark of professional excellence and signify that we have earned these distinguished honors through continued compliance with CALEA/NJLEAC Standards. Throughout these processes, we established and implemented policies and practices that meet or exceed the National and State standards, to serve both the Department and the community well in the future. 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.” DPS sworn University Police Officers are licensed law enforcement officers as defined in NJSA 52:17B-67. University Police 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 University police officers, who are unarmed on a daily basis, have access to a police service rifle in limited situations. Police officers may access service rifles when there is an in-progress threat with an individual brandishing a firearm, an active shooter, or an individual actively committing serious bodily injury or death with a deadly weapon on or “contiguous” to campus. All police 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 52 sworn officers including the Assistant Vice President, director of operations, the patrol captain, 5 lieutenants, 7 sergeants, 6 corporals, 3 detectives, 27 police officers, and communications center manager. To read the Princeton University Annual Security and Fire Safety Report click here. 
Department
Public Safety
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Public Safety, Security, and Emergency Services
Requisition # 2024-18444
Date Posted 2 months ago(2/2/2024 11:15 AM)
The Electrician maintains, repairs, modifies, troubleshoots and installs both new and existing electrical systems at a journey level with minimal supervision; following University safety rules and regulations at all times along with established safety procedures.  Work Schedule: Tuesday through Saturday, 7:00am to 3:30pm., with a rotating "late" shift for two weeks, every two months, based on staffing. Late shift is 8:30am to 5:00pm, with the same working days of Tuesday to Saturday.
Department
Electric Shop
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Building Trades and Technicians
Requisition # 2024-18405
Date Posted 2 months ago(1/29/2024 8:31 AM)
Facilities, Operations invites you to apply to its Building Services team as a part-time custodian. The custodian spends a significant portion of the workday in Princeton University buildings, interacting with the community while being responsible for all phases of cleaning and maintaining our beautiful campus.  Starting hourly rate: $20.57Schedule: 11pm - 3am (The 11pm -3am shift begins Sunday evening and ends Friday morning) More Impact Than You Can ImagineFacilities supports Princeton's educational mission by stewarding the University’s campus in a sustainable way to create an environment of exceptional quality where learning and research thrive. If you share our values for teamwork, innovation, integrity, inclusiveness, respect, and sustainability, we welcome you to join our team.
Department
Building Services-Custodians
Job Type
Part-Time
Category
Maintenance and Custodial Services

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