Job ID: 2019-10473 Type: Part-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Administrative Support
The liaison to ROTC facilitates a positive working relationship between Princeton University and the Army ROTC program at Princeton, as well as the Navy and Air Force ROTC programs that are based at Rutgers and that are available to Princeton students. Reporting to the executive director for planning and administration in the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life, the liaison plans and coordinates events, several of which are high-profile; provides logistical support for ROTC and University programs; stewards University funds for the Army ROTC program; and on-boards new ROTC staff so that they are able to effectively carry out their responsibilities on Princeton's campus.
Program/event planning and coordination: • Play a leadership role in planning and coordinating programs and events throughout the year (e.g., awards banquets, the commissioning ceremony during Commencement, which is attended by the president and high-level military personnel, programs with guest speakers, socials and opportunities for ROTC student engagement with the Princeton ROTC faculty and staff fellows, etc.). • Provide logistical support for a large-scale 100th ROTC anniversary event that will be held in the fall of 2019.
Administrative duties: • Purchase supplies and equipment for ROTC programs, answer the phone and maintain calendars for Army ROTC staff, update the Army ROTC Tiger Battalion website, etc. • Facilitate University approvals for the use of faux weapons during training and color guard exercises on University property; provide logistical support for on and off-campus ROTC training exercises. • Maintain student ROTC transcripts and coordinate facility, parking, and gym access for ROTC staff
Financial Management and Stewardship: • Responsible for preparing and monitoring the operating budget for Army ROTC in conjunction with the director of the Army officer education program and the executive director for planning and administration.
• Other duties as assigned
Demonstrated ability to work well with others within different organizational cultures Excellent communication, organization and managerial skills Uses sound judgment in decision making Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite – Intermediate level (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) Ability to plan and coordinate events Ability to work a flexible schedule in order to accommodate the needs of programs/events
Bachelor's degree and 3+ years of experience
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Internal Number: 110854655
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