Weekly Bulletin
October 25, 1999
Vol. 89, No. 7
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News and features
National service informs teaching
Icahns give $20 million for new genomics lab
HR redesigns biweekly classification system
Benefits update
Nassau Notes
Arts & Exhibits
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In the news


Complete descriptions of positions are available in the Office of Human Resources, Clio Hall, at other campus locations and on the World Wide Web at Due to space limitations, all job qualifications, including physical requirements, may not be listed below.

For job information call (609) 258-6130. To apply for a current job, send application to Human Resources, Clio Hall, Princeton University, Princeton NJ 08544 (include two resumes when applying for administrative staff), unless otherwise noted. Internal candidates must include transfer/promotion form. Employment office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

*New listing.

Administrative and related staff

Associate director, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies. Requires PhD in relevant field with expertise in cultural policy; five years of experience in senior-level administrative position at institution of higher learning and with program budgeting and financial management; and good communication, computer, editing and public speaking skills. Grade 7. Salary minimum: $47,298. Woodrow Wilson School Req. 5229/99-0527LO

Associate director, Program in Law and Public Affairs. Requires advanced degree in law, public affairs or other social science discipline; experience in managing administrative functions and staff; good communication, computer, problem-solving, editing and public speaking skills; creativity; and independence. Application deadline: October 25. Grade 6. Salary minimum: $41,667. Woodrow Wilson School Req. 5230/99-0528LO

*Chief student affairs officer. Requires five years of professional experience, including staff supervision, excellent interpersonal skills and ability to inspire students and colleagues in complex and diverse setting. Send application to Thomas Wright, Office of Human Resources, Clio Hall. Vice President, Secretary Req. 7126LO

*Events coordinator. Requires knowledge of production procedures for spoken word, musical, theatrical and dance events; excellent communication, customer relations and negotiation skills; and basic computing skills. Grade 10. Salary minimum: $27,061. Concert Office Req. 3687LO

The following have been advertised in previous issues of the Bulletin.

Application development administrator. Facilities Information Systems Req. 3961PP

Art director/production manager. Princeton Alumni Weekly Req. 5239/99-0405JH

Assistant dean for development. Engineer-ing, Applied Science Req. 7007 99-0492LO

Assistant dean for information technology. Woodrow Wilson School Req. 5065/990325LO

Assistant director. McGraw Center for Teaching, Learning Req. 5201/99-0495LO

Assistant manager. Dining Services Rockefeller/Mathey Req. 99-0452PP

Associate director. Leadership Gifts Req. 3998/99-0489LO

Construction contract administrator. Vice President for Facilities Req. 99-0329PP

Educational outreach manager. Geosciences Req. 3337/99-0499LO

Programmer/analyst. CIT/Distributed Management Systems Req. 99-0271PP

Senior technical support staff. Princeton Materials Institute Req. 4498/99-0426-LO

Senior technical support staff II. Mechanical, Aerospace Engineering Req. 3867LO

Senior writer. Development Communications Req. 5243/99-0373JH

Systems, database administrator. Facilities Information Systems Req. 3962PP

Professional technical

Send letter of application to Andy Rosenau, 87 Prospect Ave. (fax 609-258-3943, e-mail, unless otherwise noted.

Manager of computing services. Requires BA; excellent organizational, communication, interpersonal and management skills; experience with Mac/OS, Windows, computer networking, wordprocessing, spreadsheets, databases, electronic mail and graphics programs (MS Word, Excel, Access, Canvas, Photoshop). Rank and salary commensurate with background and experience. Send resume to Computer Support Search, Molecular Biology, Lewis Thomas Lab. Fax: (609) 258-3980; e-mail:

Programmer, Multimedia Engineering Computation Atelier. Requires experience with GIS applications, including processing of remotely sensed data and manipulation of spatial data sets; and strong skills in C, C++, Perl and Java, and with Silicon Graphics and Unix based workstations. Send resume by November 1 to Kirk Alexander, Engineering and Applied Science, E430 Engineering Quadrangle.

Research assistant. Requires willingness to interact with students. Send resume to Department Manager, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Research assistant/technician. Requires BA. Rank and salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Send resume to Research/Tech/DN Search, Molecular Biology, Lewis Thomas Lab.

The following have been advertised in previous issues of the Bulletin.

Computing support specialist X-ray facilities manager Molecular Biology

Manager of collaboration services NT/Unix system programmer Tivoli development and testing specialist UNIX systems programmer Computing, Information Technology

Lab and shop

Electronic specialist I/II. Requires knowledge of computer network protocols (Ethernet, FDDI, ATM) running on category 5 copper, coaxial cabling and fiberoptics; experience in maintaining microcomputers (Apple Macintosh, IBM, Dell); and understanding of common microcomputing operating systems (DOS, Windows 95/98, Mac OS) as well as universal network access tools (Netscape, Telnet). Salary minimum: $29,117/$33,549. CIT/Support Services/Hardware Support Req. 99-0529PP

Lab assistant III. Grade 5. Salary minimum: $25,470. Psychology Req. 4404/99-0435

Maintenance and service

The following have been advertised in previous issues of the Bulletin

Catering field representative. Dining Services Req. 99-0404PP

HVAC mechanic welder/pipefitter welder. Grounds, Buildings Maintenance Req. 99-0415PP

Storekeeper. Dining Services Rockefeller/Mathey Req. 99-0479PP

Office support

*Computer operator. Requires good organizational and interpersonal skills; and knowledge of PC Literate, Windows NT, Unix, HP5, 4000 and 8000 Laser Printers, STK Tape Drives and Silos, IBM mainframe systems, MVS/JES3, VM/CMS, IBM4245 line printer and Xerox 4050 laser printers. Must know or be willing to learn TIVOLI Utilities, DAZEL, IBM operating system environment (MVS/ESA, JES3, VM/CMS), tape mount and printer control procedures, forms and paper handling, and microfiche. Hours are 11:00 pm to 7:30 am. Salary minimum: $23,807. CIT/Information Systems/Production Control Req. 4938PP

*Office assistant II, mailroom. Requires professional telephone skills; ability to work with deadlines; accuracy; and confidentiality. Grade 5. Salary minimum: $19,134. Undergraduate Admissions Req. 5219AR

*Office assistant IV. Requires good interpersonal, organizational, editing, proofreading, secretarial and computer skills; and independence. Typing 45 wpm. Grade 10. Salary minimum: $27,061. Human Values Req. 4848AR

*Secretary III. Requires good proofreading, telephone, organizational and computer skills. Typing 30 wpm. Annual Giving Req.3510AR

*Secretary III. Requires three years of office experience, good organizational and computer skills, and confidentiality. Typing 40 wpm. Ten-month position. Grade 8. Salary minimum: $18,638. ($23,076 FTE) Undergraduate Admissions Req. 5218AR

*Technical research secretary III. Requires high school diploma and three years of secretarial experience; good communication, interpersonal, organizational and computer skills; and ability to do technical typing. Typing 45 wpm. Grade 9. Salary minimum: $25,061. Woodrow Wilson School Req.7122AR

Secretary IV. Requires three years of senior-level secretarial experience; and excellent communication, secretarial, editing and computer skills. Grade 10. Salary minimum: $27,061. Woodrow Wilson School Req. 5228/99-0523AR

Senior bibliographic specialist II. Salary grade G. Catalog Unit V Req. 2680LF

Special collections assistant II. Requires strong communication and interpersonal skills; ability to work accurately, and under pressure, and to lift and move books; and flexibility to changes in routine and schedule. Salary grade D. Firestone Circulation Services Req. 2688LF

Special collections assistant IV. Salary grade F. Mudd Manuscript Library Req. 2677LF

Technical research secretary III. Grade 9. Salary minimum: $25.061. Economics Req. 7000/99-0456AR, Population Research Req. 4042/99-0486AR

The following have been advertised in previous issues of the Bulletin

Art cataloger. Art, Archeology Req. 4722/99-0497LO

Library receptionist. Mudd Manuscript Library Req. 2678LF

Office assistant II. Provost Req. 7055/99-0474AR

Office assistant IV. Economics Req. 99-0471AR Religion Req. 7065/99-0484AR, Treasurer Req. 99-0475AR

Office coordinator. Hellenic Studies Req. 7054/99-0464AR Molecular Biology Req. 7090/99-0531AR

Office specialist. Graduate School Req. 3950/99-0434AR

Secretary II. Art, Archaeology Req. 6041/99-0436A

Secretary III. Photonics, Optoelectronic Materials Req. 1158-0521AR Politics Req.7070/99-0493AR Princeton Materials Institute Req.4496/99-0485AR Public Safety Req. 99-0470AR Recording Secretary Req. 1294/99 0501AR

Technical research secretary III/IV. Chemistry Req. 4736/98-161

Part time and temporary

Administrative assistant. Requires BA or equivalent administrative experience; and excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational, problemsolving and wordprocessing skills. Position is 50 percent time, full time as workload increases. Grade 1. Salary minimum: $13,998.50 ($27, 997 FTE). Engineering, Applied Sciences Req. 4466/99-0522AR

Museum preparator. Requires BA; good communication and interpersonal skills; one year of museum or related experience handling, installing, packing works of art; ability to work overtime, lift 50 pounds, climb 24-foot ladders, ride in cherry picker to height of 35 feet; and driver's license. One-year position. Grade LT 050. Salary minimum: $25,470. Art Museum Req. 7119/99-0524LO

Staff nurse, inpatient services. Requires two years of general nursing and some hospital experience, strong physical assessment and computer skills, and NJ license. Hours are 11:00 pm to 7:30 am or 3:00 to 11:30 pm (some flexibility), with alternating weekend. Position is 10 months, 80 percent time, beginning November 1. Health Services Req. 2809/99-0525LO

Strength/conditioning intern. Requires BA or two years of experience in related field. Stipend is $1,000 per month, plus medical benefits, beginning November 1. Send resume by October 15 to Sarah Salati, Athletics, Jadwin Gym, P.O. Box 71, Princeton, NJ 08544. Athletics Req. 7046/99-0526LO

Special collections assistant II. Fifty percent time. Salary grade D. General Humanities Reference Division Req. 2679LF Engineering Library Req. 2687LF

Special collections assistant III. Seventy-two percent time. Salary grade E. Astrophysics Library Req. 2682 LF

The following have been advertised in previous issues of the Bulletin

Intern, experiential education facilitator. Princeton-Blairstown Req. 99-0477PP

Library clerical assistant. Psychology Library/Chemistry Library Req. 2681LF

Postdoctoral position. Apply to Fred Hughson, Molecular Biology (fax: (609) 258-6730; e-mail:

Secretary IV. General Counsel Req. 7008/99-0476AR

Technician. Send application to T.C. Onstott, Geosciences.


Princeton University does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability or status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran in any phase of its employment process. The associate provost is the individual designated by the University to coordinate its efforts to comply with equal opportunity and affirmative action regulations and laws. Questions or concerns should be directed to Associate Provost, One Nassau Hall or (609) 258-6110.