Princeton University embraces the diversity of its workforce, the variety of its jobs and the dedication of the people who work here. Princeton is committed to providing an environment that promotes fairness and satisfaction for all non-unionized and unionized employees through our multi-faceted programs, services and policies as well as our competitive compensation, benefits and opportunities.
- build collaborative relationships through strong communications and strategic planning;
- negotiate fair, equitable and responsible collective bargaining agreements;
- administer and interpret contracts with consistency, respect and integrity;
- consult with departments on organizational change and development;
- provide advice and counsel on workplace matters, including performance, workforce planning and relationship management;
- facilitate and counsel individuals to resolve conflicts, including grievances, mediation and arbitration; and
- offer coaching and training.