Princeton University's Office of the Dean
of Undergraduate Students (ODUS) seeks an energetic, collaborative,
and innovative candidate to serve as Program Coordinator for
Princeton Student Agencies (PSA) and Arts. Established in 1911, PSA
provides students with opportunities in entrepreneurship,
leadership development, and business management. As one of the
University's largest employers of undergraduates, PSA offers
students practical experience in the delivery of goods and services
throughout the campus community. In a period of extensive growth,
PSA offers an opportunity to participate in the expansion process
following recent and ongoing investments to major equipment,
upcoming addition of two new residential colleges, and the
continuing development of a robust and vibrant environment for
Reporting to the associate dean of
undergraduate students/director of Princeton Student Agencies, the
program coordinator will play a central role in advising the
students charged with operating 10 student-led businesses. Working
collaboratively to support the mission and function of Princeton
Student Agencies, the program coordinator provides daily oversight
for the program and fosters business and leadership development
opportunities for students while ensuring fiscal stewardship,
policy compliance, marketing best practices, and a high level of
service to the University community. The program coordinator
facilitates programming initiatives related to business,
entrepreneurship, and e-commerce, and oversees the recruitment,
selection, training, and evaluation of student directors while
serving as a resource and intermediary for these student leaders.
Additionally, as students present proposals for new agencies, the
program coordinator guides the expansion process by offering
recommendations pertaining to market research, identifying
potential opportunities, challenges and agency interdependency, and
serves as a conduit between PSA and various University
Princeton Student Agencies
Assists in the direction of
student-led businesses which provide a myriad of services to the
Supervises student leaders, advising
them on institutional resources, policy, and procedure as well as
Creates and maintains leadership and
co-curricular opportunities for student leaders;
Ensures a cohesive brand for PSA,
approves all promotional materials;
Maintains PSA websites and
associated e-commerce platforms;
Evaluates and stewards program
finances and submits proposed budgets;
Reviews, processes, and confirms all
transactions to respective agencies including processing all
revenue streams and expenses;
Provides weekly closure of all PSA
accounts to associate dean/director and ensures fiscal year-end
closure of all PSA accounts.
Reviews and approves vendor bids,
contracts, payment vouchers, and student credit card statements;
provides first review of Princeton yearbook and Commencement
Reviews, coordinates, and approves
all PSA event requests.
Collaborates with the ODUS Arts
program coordinator on student arts events including Tiger Night
and Tiger's Roar, and Wintersession programming.
Evaluates and coordinates assessment
efforts for assigned programs; participates in the strategic
planning process for these areas;
Serves as a member of the ODUS
Student Engagement Team; supports large campus events; shares
responsibilities for ODUS and University assignments, and serves on
various University-wide committees and working groups as a
representative of Student Agencies and organizations;
Under the direction of the associate
dean, coordinates and helps manage capital improvement projects
related to all student performing art spaces;
Oversees the inspection,
documentation, and maintenance of student organization spaces and
Participates in the development of
policies and programs affecting undergraduates;
Partners closely with the associate
dean on other projects, initiatives, and programs that support the
Serves as a Free Expression
Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree.
- Budgetary management.
- Excellent analytical, organization, problem solving, and
communication skills, both orally and in writing.
- Ability to work independently and take initiative.
- Ability to coordinate and prioritize a demanding schedule and a
diverse portfolio of responsibilities.
- Strong interpersonal skills as well as a demonstrated ability
to work as part of a team and interact effectively with students,
faculty members, alumni, and administrators.
- Sensitivity to the needs and concerns of students from diverse
- Creativity in advising student organizations on the planning
and implementation of programs.
- Availability to work a number of nights and weekends during the
academic year in order to ensure proper oversight of programs and
- Demonstrated creative ability in program development.
- Experience with establishing new programs and/or
- Familiarity with student initiated activities and
- Working knowledge of web page development and maintenance.
- Business development experience, with an emphasis on online
- Working knowledge of the current Princeton undergraduate
- Experience with and understanding of activities and programs
sponsored by Princeton undergraduate student organizations.
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
and all qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,
national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or
any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW