Undergraduate Student Positions

Metrics Support Student Associate

Seeking an undergraduate student with human subjects research experience to conduct interviews with
Pace Center community partners. The Metrics Support Student Associate will reach out to and set up
conversations with Pace Center community partners. Using an existing community partner survey as a
queue the student associate will interview community partners and record their answers.

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Staff Positions

Community Action Program Coordinator

The Community Action Program Coordinator fosters a civic ethos on-campus and supports Princeton's commitment to service. As a member of the Pace Center team, the program coordinator contributes to the Pace Center's mission of making service and civic engagement part of the Princeton student experience specifically through introducing new students to service at Princeton and supporting student learning and development.  Primary responsibilities for this role focus on the operational and logistical program development of Community Action, a small-group experience of Princeton's Orientation program for first-year students, introducing approximately 50% of the incoming class to service at Princeton. Student learning and leadership development, partnership cultivation and student advisement are also significant areas of focus for this role. The Community Action Program Coordinator serves as the staff adviser for the Pace Council for Civic Values, a student leadership board within the Pace Center who aims to foster a civic ethos on campus by connecting students to service and engaging in reflection and dialogue around civic identity and values.

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Business Manager

Reporting to the Senior Associate Director, the Business Manager serves a critical role in supporting the leadership and staff of the Pace Center for Civic Engagement to achieve its strategic and fiscal organizational goals and objectives. The Business Manager has primary responsibility for managing the Center's budget. This includes budget analysis, development and proposing creative solutions to budgetary scenarios. Responsibility also includes the Center’s financial transactions and accounting. Administrative responsibilities to support human resources and donor stewardship systems, processes, and practices are also important components of this role.

The Business Manager represents the Pace Center in budget meetings and requires significant interactions among varying levels of leadership and administrative staff, including the offices of the Vice President for Campus Life, the Dean of the College, Finance and Treasury, and University Advancement. The Business Manager encourages, supports and invites diverse perspectives in the form of relationships with vendors and community organizations. The Business Manager supports student leaders in the financial responsibilities of their service work.

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