Weekly Bulletin
December 6, 1999
Vol. 89, No. 11
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Page one news and features
Physics for all mind-sets
Campaign reaches goal; important needs remain
Miss New Jersey

Four professors join tenured faculty
Trustees appoint 14 assistant professors
Honored: William Lockwood, McCarter Theatre's special programming director
Color of Success: Third World Center welcomed Afeni Shakur
Obituaries of retired employees

Nassau Notes
Holiday volunteers opportunities



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

Assistant to chair/department manager. Requires BA; excellent communication, organizational, interpersonal and administrative skills; working knowledge of Microsoft Word, and budget develop-ment and analysis; and independence. Grade AM02. Politics Req. 7130/990567LO

Computing support specialist. Requires BA or equivalent experience; excellent organizational, communication and reporting skills; and experience with Office97, electronic mail and graphics programs. Rank and salary commensurate with background and experience. Send resume to L. Egloff, Computing Support Specialist Search, Molecular Biology, Lewis Thomas Lab (fax 609-258-3980).

Director of facilities customer service and quality improvement. Requires BA; five years of facilities management that includes direct supervision of work unit or program; strong communication, interpersonal and leadership skills; knowledge of facilities operations and administration and quality improvement programs; and experience in communi-cation that includes development of marketing strategies. Vice President for Facilities Req. 7113PP

Manager of instructional labs. Requires MA in physics, engineering, astronomy or other physical sciences, or BA in physics and teaching experience. Application deadline: January 15. Send resume to Department Manager, Physics, PO Box 708.

Program coordinator. Requires BA; strong communication skills; ACA, First Aid, CPR and lifeguard certification; professional experience working with children, adolescents and adults; and valid driver's license. Position is located in Blairstown. Princeton-Blairstown Req. 7100PP

Student machine shop manager. Requires ability to provide mechanical design consultation and advice on machine shop techniques to students on research projects; master machinist skills; and knowledge of machine tool principals, best practices and mechanical assembly techniques. Application deadline: January 15. Send resume to Department Manager, Physics, P.O. Box 708.

Systems administrator. Requires good communication and interpersonal skills; two years of experience in computer systems support; and working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Office, and web and graphics software. Human Resources Req. 7141 JH

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

Application development administrator Facilities Information Systems Req. 3961PP

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

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

Associate director, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies Woodrow Wilson School Req. 5229/99-0527LO

Associate director Development Communications Req. 5245/99-0372JH

Chief student affairs officer Vice President, Secretary Req. 7126LO

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

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

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

Departmental computing support Manager of collaboration services NT/Unix system programmer Tivoli development and testing specialist Computing, Information Technology

Research assistant Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Programmer, Multimedia Engineering Computation Atelier

Engineering and Applied Science

Computing support specialist Research assistant/technician X-ray facilities manager Molecular Biology

Lab and shop

Computer operator/production control specialist. Requires knowledge of hardware and equipment (PC Literate hardware and software, Windows NT). Must be willing to grow and evolve with dynamic nature of computing support environment. Hours are 7:00 pm to 3:30 am (negotiable). CIT/Information Systems/Production Control Req. 99-0534PP

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

Electronic specialist I/II CIT/Support Services/Hardware Support Req. 99-0529PP

Lab assistant III Psychology Req. 4404/99-0435

Maintenance and service

Kosher supervisor, mashgiach. Requires high school diploma; good communica-tion and organization skills; four years of experience in Kashrut supervision; knowledge of kosher food purchasing, production and service, and NJ health codes; and ability to lift 50 pounds. Must be able to work flexible schedule, includ-ing weekends, and have been raised in Kashrut environment and Jewish faith. Nine-month position. Salary minimum: $19,148.00. Dining Services/Center for Jewish Life Req. 99-0554PP

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

Assistant foreperson, equipment rental Building Services Req. 6023PP

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

Library office assistant II. Requires good organizational, communication, basic mathematics, data entry and spreadsheets skills; and ability to stand for long periods of time and lift 40 pounds. Typing 30 wpm. Salary: Grade C. Firestone Library, Manuscripts Req. 2690LF

Office assistant IV. Requires good interpersonal, problemsolving, organizational and computer skills; ability to work accurately and independently and learn computer systems; and discretion. Grade 10. Dean of the Faculty Req.7175/99-99-0568AR

Office assistant IV. Requires excellent wordprocessing, proofreading, organiza-tional, interpersonal and computer skills (Word, Excel); and independence. Grade10. Leadership Gifts Req.3999/99-0566AR

Reserve/general periodicals services coordinator. Requires strong communication, organizational, leadership, computer and interpersonal skills; ability to deal with conflict and sensitive issues; and independence. Salary: Grade G. Firestone Library Req. 2692LF

Secretary III. Requires knowledge of NT/Microsoft software packages and ability to operate office equipment and work well with people. Typing 40 wpm. Grade 8. Salary minimum: $23,076. East Asian Studies Req. 2910/99-0544AR

Secretary III. Requires good word-processing, organizational and communication skills. Typing 30 wpm. Grade 8. Undergraduate Financial Aid Req. 7084/99-0565AR

Secretary IV. Requires strong communication and telephone skills, five years of experience, proficiency in wordprocessing (Word and Microsoft Office 97), accuracy and attention to detail, ability to to work in high pressure environment and meet deadlines, and confidentiality. Typing 45 wpm. Grade 10. Salary minimum: $27,061. Undergraduate Admissions Req. 5220AR

Special collections assistant III. Requires excellent communication skills; ability to assist in maintaining public and office PC desktops and packages; experience in public service and with web page authoring; and basic knowledge of one Western European language. Typing 30 wpm. Salary: Grade E. Industrial Relations Library Req. 2689LF

Technical research secretary III. Requires excellent organizational skills; ability to work with sophisticated computer systems, spreadsheets and databases; discretion; and independence. Grade 9. Salary minimum: $25,061. Molecular Biology Req.7092/99-0539AR

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

Computer operator CIT/Information Systems/ Production Control Req. 4938PP

Events coordinator Concert Office Req. 3687LO

Office assistant II Dining Services Req.5144/99-0538AR Undergraduate Admissions Req. 5219AR

Office assistant IV Human Values Req. 4848AR

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

Secretary III Princeton Materials Institute Req.4496/99-0485AR Recording Secretary Req. 1294/99 0501AR Undergraduate Admissions Req. 5218AR

Technical research secretary III Population Research Req. 4042/99-0486AR

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

Part time and temporary

Assistant production manager. Requires one year of relevant experience; excellent project management, problem-solving, organizational, communication and interpersonal skills; experience with database applications; knowledge of Unix and NT, html coding, structure of scholarly serial publications, and digitiza-tion processes including scanning and OCR; ability to meet deadlines; and independence. One-year appointment, renewable. Grade 2. Send resume to Search Committee for Assistant Production Manager, L.D. Fredenburg, Library, One Washington Rd. Library Req. 8000/99-0564LF

Food service worker. Requires ability to read, write and follow instructions; lift 50 pounds; and keep machines and work area organized. Must be able to work flexible schedule, including weekends. Ten-month position, 50 percent time. Salary: $10.26/hr. (probationary salary: $9.54/hr.) Dining Services/Student Center Req. 99-0555PP; Req. 99-0556PP

Special collections assistant. Requires good communication, interpersonal, organizational and analytical skills; knowledge of databases and word-processing; ability to lift 40 pounds; and independence. Position is 50 percent time for six to nine months. Salary: $11.44/hr. Send resume to Don Skemer, c/o L.D. Fredenburg, Library Human Resources, One Washington Rd.

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

Administrative assistant Engineering, Applied Sciences Req. 4466/99-0522AR

Food services supervisor Princeton-Blairstown Center Req. 7001PP

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

Postdoctoral position Molecular Biology

Research assistant/secretary III Anthropology Req. 7117/99-0540AR

Special collections assistant IV Firestone Library, Interlibrary Services Req. 2691LF

Special collections assistant II General Humanities Reference Division Req. 2679LF

Staff nurse, inpatient services Health Services Req. 2809/99-0525LO

Technical staff Operations Research and Financial Engineering

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

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


Princeton University does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, sexual orienta-tion, 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.