Math System Administrator

Sr. Director of Principal and Planned Giving

 

POSITION AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:               Sr. Director of Principal and Planned Giving         

DEPARTMENT:        Director’s Office/Office of Development and Communications  

REPORT TO:            Chief Development Officer 

General Duties and Responsibilities

Raise leadership support for the Institute for Advanced Study

  • The primary focus for the Sr. Director will be developing and soliciting prospective donors with gift capacities of $1 million or more and emphasis on donors of $5 million or more, and growing the pool of principal prospects.  S/he will be assessed on levels of engagement, gifts raised, and new prospects developed.
  • Partners with the Development Officer, Institutional Funding, in working with the faculty, the CDO, and the Director on establishing fundraising priorities.  Collaborates with the communications group on materials that highlight and articulate priorities
  • Builds productive relationships with the IAS leadership, with the faculty, staff, members, Friends and others; becomes familiar with the Institute, its history, programs, and unique place in higher education, intimately and thoroughly.
  • Develops cultivation and solicitation strategies for prospects, including top academics who have spent time at the Institute, local supporters, and leaders in the global financial, technology, and venture capital communities
  • Identifies and engages new prospects to ensure that the Institute’s pipeline is expanding and diverse
  • Leverages resources within the Institute that enable strong engagement opportunities for prospects, while strategically aligning unique funding opportunities with donors’ interests.
  • Builds a new, high level Institute council to provide robust operating support and create a major gifts pipeline.
  • Designs, implements, and manages a comprehensive, proactive development plan focused on expanding and enhancing institutional relationships, through traditional and alternative avenues.
  • Supervises the Development Officer, Institutional Funding, in developing and cultivating relationships with program manager counterparts at corporations and foundations to ensure awareness and understanding of IAS history and mission, and to be fully informed of funding opportunities.
  • Supports the CDO in relationships with the Trustees and serves as secondary prospect manager as assigned by the CDO.
  • Writes proposals as needed.
  • Staffs the CDO and Director at the request of the CDO on fundraising calls
  • Solicits gifts directly.

Oversee Planned Giving Effort

  • Develops an infrastructure for planned giving solicitations, to include development of materials, strategy for bequest appeals, identification and cultivation of prospects for planned gifts, growth and stewardship of existing Einstein Legacy Society members.
  • Deliberately and systematically meets with faculty, former members, staff, friends, and others about including the IAS in their estate plans or as beneficiary to retirement accounts or about charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, or gift annuities. 
  • Collaborates with other colleagues to ask for estate gifts, when appropriate for the relationship.
  • Deepens relationship with investment manager to ensure optimal performance of portfolio of trust accounts.
  • Provides technical support to professional advisors to formulate and implement gift plans consistent with donors' overall tax, estate planning, and financial goals.
  • Serves as a principal contact with administrators, personal representatives, executors, trustees, professional advisors, and service providers with respect to estates and trusts.  
  • Reviews state requirements for Charitable Gift Annuity registrations, establish priorities, and execute recommendations.
  • Working closely with communications colleagues, designs, implements, and manages a comprehensive, proactive development communications plan focused on planned and estate giving

All other duties as assigned by the Chief Development Officer, including collaboration and support of the Development Department

  • The Sr. Director of Principal and Planned Giving will work as part of highly collaborative Development team
  • Works and collaborates across campus with staff, the Institute Director, Trustees, and faculty in arranging campus visits and development travel
  • Given the small size of the development staff, the Sr. Director of Principal and Planned Giving will be expected to support her colleagues on office and Institute projects as needed. 
  • Takes an active role in campaign planning and execution

Skills and Abilities

  • Strong relationship management skills and track record
  • Demonstrated experience in soliciting and closing six and seven figure gifts
  • Experience managing advisory and leadership committees
  • Strong writing ability; experience composing successful proposals
  • Ability and willingness to cold call
  • Experience staffing the board of a non-profit and working with high net worth individuals and corporate and foundation leaders
  • Ability to prioritize, work under pressure, and meet short deadlines.
  • Willingness to work in a very small shop
  • Must know tax law and planned giving techniques
  • Position will require evening and weekend work and domestic and international travel
  • Strong work ethic and sense of humor

Education, Experience and Knowledge

  • Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree preferred (Intellectual curiosity is essential)
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in major gifts fundraising in higher education
  • Planned giving experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work productively as a team member.
  • Strong attention to detail; excellent written and verbal skills.

The Institute for Advanced Study is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.  We believe in the inherent value of diversity and equal opportunity, recognizing that a truly diverse workforce will bring a wider array of perspectives, as well as more innovative and effective solutions, to the organization.   As a community dedicated to intellectual inquiry, we are resolutely committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes subsidized health and dental insurance, an excellent retirement plan, and a generous paid time off program. 

We have recently partnered with Lois L. Lindauer Searches on the Sr. Director of Principal and Planned Giving search. For more information or to apply please contact lvuona@lllsearches.com or trutter@lllsearches.com

 

 

Director of External Relations and Strategic Communications

POSITION AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:               Director of External Relations and Strategic Communications  

DEPARTMENT:        Director’s Office         

REPORT TO:            Chief Development Officer

Position Duties and Responsibilities

Communicates and markets the Institute to external constituencies

  • Develops strategic plans for marketing and communications—one year, three year, and five year, including communications for a comprehensive campaign.
  • Develops metrics and milestones to measure success.
  • Directs communications strategies for a wide range of institutional programs, events, and activities.
  • Develops and implements a robust profile-building and media outreach strategy, leading relationship cultivation with reporters, editors, news producers, and others in the media and attending and hosting media and press events to develop opportunities to tell the IAS story to external audiences.
  • With the Assistant Director, Communications and Media Relations, serves as primary media contact; develops a pipeline of media relationships.  Supervises the Assistant Director in all of these efforts.
  • Creates speaking and other communications opportunities for the IAS Director, an accomplished mathematical physicist, science communicator, and leader and spokesperson for basic research.
  • Creates opportunities for Faculty and Members to share their research and stories externally. 
  • Advises and positions the institution and its Director and Faculty as commenters on policies affecting basic research.
  • Creates and manages news releases supportive of the Institute’s research and the positive impact of the Institute’s work.
  • Serves as a passionate advocate, ambassador, spokesperson, and lead point person for IAS with the press.
  • Oversees the ideation and development of communications materials, brochures, and other marketing materials to promote the IAS, including development materials, multimedia appeals, and stewardship pieces, working in consultation with the Director of Editorial and Content Strategy on their execution and production.
  • Partners with the Director of Editorial and Content Strategy to leverage multimedia content creation in the marketing of the Institute to engage new and existing audiences.
  • With the CDO, staffs the Development and Communications Committee of the Board of Trustees.

Develops innovative approaches to communicating the IAS story through special events, conferences, talks, awards, media gatherings, marketing vehicles, etc.

  • Using networks and available resources, develops ideas for new and innovative communications approaches and partnerships.
  • With development, events, and communications colleagues collaborates on new initiatives (e.g., big ideas conference, Flexner fellows program) that will raise the Institute’s profile and engage donors and others.  Oversees creation of collateral materials in consultation with the Director of Editorial and Content Strategy.
  • Uses the convening power of the Institute to bring together groups of individuals who can help the IAS and the fields in which the IAS exists.
  • Creates vehicles through which the Director and Faculty can share the story of the IAS and their work.
  • Develops press and outreach strategies around specific Institute events and programs.

Internal Relations and Institutional Guidance

  • Serves as IAS spokesperson on internal and community issues, especially for crisis communications. Additionally, s/he will work closely with the Chief Human Resources Officer to effectively communicate internally with employees throughout the organization.
  • Leads External Affairs and Strategic Communications staff, managing and professionally developing the Assistant Director, Communications and Media Relations and creating processes with other departments to foster strong working relationships and coordination.
  • Manages public relations agency relationships and others as required by project. 
  • Develops internal communications to share with the IAS community, including Friends, Faculty, Staff, and visiting scholars and scientists.
  • Partnering with the Director of Editorial and Content Strategy and the CDO, conceptualizes and markets new communications projects that will help foster the mission of the Institute and will dovetail with the Institute’s events and development activities and initiatives.
  • Builds and creates opportunities to communicate and publicize the work of the IAS and its mission to the IAS community (Faculty, Staff, Members, AMIAS, Friends, Trustees, etc.).
  • Serves as IAS Spokesperson.

All other duties as assigned by the Chief Development Officer

Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.  Must be a highly competent writer; background as a science writer is highly desirable.
  • Ability to interact effectively at all levels of the Institute community.
  • Experience in strategic communications and public relations planning and execution.
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically while maintaining awareness, judgment, and sensitivity.
  • Experience with community relations and speaking on behalf of a major institution.
  • Sound professional initiative and the ability to work well under pressure and manage multiple priorities.
  • Creativity and track record of creating new communications programming.
  • Management experience is required.

Education, Experience and Knowledge

  • Bachelor’s degree required.   Advanced degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 10 years of related experience required in communications, media relations, advertising or related field.  
  • Experience developing and implementing communications programs, working with press and media, leading advertising campaigns or similar.  
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and proven record of working collaboratively with a wide range of constituents.

The Institute for Advanced Study is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.  We believe in the inherent value of diversity and equal opportunity, recognizing that a truly diverse workforce will bring a wider array of perspectives, as well as more innovative and effective solutions, to the organization.   As a community dedicated to intellectual inquiry, we are resolutely committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes subsidized health and dental insurance, an excellent retirement plan, and a generous paid time off program.

We have recently partnered with Lois L. Lindauer Searches on the Director of External Relations and Strategic Communications search. For more information or to apply please contact lvuona@lllsearches.com or trutter@lllsearches.com

 

Director of Annual Giving

POSITION AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:               Director of Annual Giving  

DEPARTMENT:        Director’s Office/Office of Development and Communications   

REPORT TO:            Chief Development Officer      

General Duties and Responsibilities

Develop, implement, and evaluate core giving programs at the Institute

  • Develop, coordinate, and manage the IAS annual giving program, including establishing a timeline; creating/writing direct mail pieces, case statements, and solicitation letters; recruiting volunteers; overseeing acknowledgement letters, electronic appeals, pledge reminders, and annual fund updates;
  • Create initiatives to expand the Institute’s annual donor base by segmenting solicitations, creating test and control groups to improve solicitation effectiveness, and otherwise accessing standard best practices of annual giving professionals. Use research and development analytics to plan approaches and evaluate results
  • Manage a defined portfolio of annual giving leadership prospects and develop strategies to cultivate, solicit and steward each prospect/donor;
  • Work closely with the Chief Development Officer to increase the number of Annual Fund donors and the size of Annual Fund gifts;
  • Coordinate solicitation of IAS Board of Trustees for the Annual Fund 
  • Produce an Annual Report of Donors and case statement in collaboration with communications group
  • Maintain data in Raiser’s Edge;
  • Plan and coordinate donor receptions and events
  • Serve as primary development staff member responsible for Institute Gala, coordinate with Events and Communications teams
  • Ensure that Annual Giving acknowledgments and thank-you notes are personalized as needed and sent on a timely basis to donors
  • Oversight of annual fundraising and other brochures, printed and electronic materials, partnering with the Communications staff when needed.
  • Establish an Institute Giving Day around the May anniversary of the Institute’s founding with appropriate goals, promotions, and communications.
  • Develop and provide oversight of segmented and strategic stewardship program to encourage repeated and increasing contributions from donors. This includes developing and managing annual giving program pages as well as online giving functionality on the Institute’s webpages.

Provide strategic leadership and management to Friends, AMIAS, and other programs

  • Manage Director of Friends Programs and goals. 
  • Liaise with the AMIAS Board of Trustees Development Committee, and lead solicitation of AMIAS Board member with goal of 100% participation. 
  • Recruit volunteers

All other duties as assigned by the Chief Development Officer 

Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent organizational, written, verbal, analytical, and interpersonal skills, and the ability to manage deadlines and multiple projects simultaneously required.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with flexibility and detail orientation.  Able to prioritize, work under pressure, and meet short deadlines.
  • Management experience is required. 
  • Experience working with volunteers and corporate leaders is required. 
  • Significant evening and weekend work will be required
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality in all matters related to the Institute’s Development programs and all matters requiring sensitivity and discretion.

Education, Experience and Knowledge

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; graduate degree preferred
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in development, with solid annual giving and solicitation experience. 
  • Additional experience in other parts of fundraising and/or marketing is desirable but not required.    
  • Strong writing and project management experience
  • Experience in an educational or research institution a plus.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work productively as a team member required.

The Institute for Advanced Study is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.  We believe in the inherent value of diversity and equal opportunity, recognizing that a truly diverse workforce will bring a wider array of perspectives, as well as more innovative and effective solutions, to the organization.   As a community dedicated to intellectual inquiry, we are resolutely committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes subsidized health and dental insurance, an excellent retirement plan, and a generous paid time off program. 

We have recently partnered with Lois L. Lindauer Searches on the Director of Annual Giving search. For more information or to apply please contact lvuona@lllsearches.com or trutter@lllsearches.com

Chief of Staff

POSITION AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:              Chief of Staff 

DEPARTMENT:        Director’s Office/Office of Development and Communications      

REPORT TO:            Chief Development Officer       

Position Duties and Responsibilities:

Manage calendar, deliverables and projects, and provide oversight and guidance to efforts between the CDO’s Office and the Director’s Office

  • Working with CDO and development/communications colleagues, develop clear understanding of overarching goals for CDO and Director’s development related travel and events
  • Identify, organize and implement the necessary steps, procedures and activities required for smooth and efficient coordination of work between the department and the Director’s Office
  • Work closely with the Executive Assistant to the Director’s to strategically establish calendars, priorities, goals and needed materials; manage the Director’s development calendar.
  • Working with colleagues in development/communications create and provide schedules, briefings and other documents.  Manage deadlines.
  • Work with colleagues in development, events, and communications as they provide  materials to facilitate travel, briefing, and strategy

Develop letters, proposals, and complete writing projects on behalf of the CDO

  • Responsible for writing proposals, case statements, correspondence, and other critical pieces.
  • Draft Development related letters, emails, and other communications for the Director and CDO.
  • Direct Office of Development colleagues on certain projects on behalf of the CDO.

Provide assistance to the Chief Development Officer in relationships with external constituents

  •  Provide strategic assistance and planning to the CDO in support of her efforts to develop and sustain high level relationships with philanthropists
  • Using judgment and discretion, communicate with relevant internal and external constituents on behalf of the CDO.
  • Provide support to the CDO in planning and preparation for meetings, with an emphasis on the biannual Board meetings
  • Coordinate CDO’s prospect work as needed.

Manage and implement special projects for the CDO

  • Manage and complete development-related projects for the CDO, as assigned
  • Coordinate team briefings, internal reviews, and all other meetings pertaining to the completion of projects, while creating and maintaining a detailed timeline for these actions. 

Skills and Abilities

  • Writing ability
  • Project management skills
  • Intellectual curiosity and affinity for the IAS mission.
  • Self-motivation and keen follow-up skills.
  • Team orientation.
  • Excellent organizational, written, and verbal, presentation and interpersonal skills, and the ability to manage deadlines and multiple projects simultaneously required.
  • Good judgment and creativity  
  • Ability to understand and apply computer and other information technologies to efficiently accomplish one’s own work using email, the Internet, database management software, desktop publishing and Microsoft Office programs

Education, Experience and Knowledge

  • Bachelor's degree required, along with a minimum of seven years of related experience. Preference will be given to those with prior development experience.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work productively as a team member.
  • Must be a strategic thinker with excellent organization, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and adhere to internal and external deadlines. 
  • Ability to professionally interact with all levels of faculty, staff, donors and prospective donors.
  • Ability to handle sensitive information with strict confidentiality required.

The Institute for Advanced Study is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.  We believe in the inherent value of diversity and equal opportunity, recognizing that a truly diverse workforce will bring a wider array of perspectives, as well as more innovative and effective solutions, to the organization.   As a community dedicated to intellectual inquiry, we are resolutely committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes subsidized health and dental insurance, an excellent retirement plan, and a generous paid time off program.  Interested candidates please apply to the position at:   ias.synchr-recruit.com/job/46357/chief-of-staff  

Administrative Assistant

POSITION AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:               Administrative Assistant

DEPARTMENT:        Director’s Office/Office of Development and Communications   

REPORT TO:            Chief Development Officer   

Position Summary                                        

Responsible for providing general administrative support for the Chief Development Officer, while also providing general office support related to the Director’s Office.   Provide support to the Board material development process.    All other duties as assigned by the Chief Development Officer.

Position Duties and Responsibilities

Manage the administrative functions for the Chief Development Officer, while also providing general office support related to the Director’s Office

  • Provide administrative functions for the Chief Development Officer’s (CDO’s) office, including the Chief of Staff.  Responsible for coordinating the CDO’s schedule and arranging meetings, answering the CDO’s telephone and other telephones as required, and performing clerical tasks as necessary including typing, filing, and mailings. Draft routine correspondence and memos for the CDO and other senior Office of Development and Communications staff on an as-needed basis.
  • Serve as one of the Institute’s point persons in working with Trustees, including making arrangements for their visits to the Institute, and responding to Trustees’ questions and requests for assistance.  Assist in making arrangements for Trustee meetings at the Institute and elsewhere as required.  Manage training for Trustees on electronic Board book use.
  • Responsible for completing all of the CDO’s Raiser’s Edge work and updates.
  • Provide administrative assistance in support of the preparation of Office of Development and Communications Board materials.
  • Serve as a positive core member of the Office of Development and Communications, who works well with other assistants and executives throughout the organization
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality in all matters related to the CDO’s office, the Institute’s Development program, the Board of Trustees, and all matters requiring sensitivity and discretion.
  • Develop relationships with Development and administrative staff across the IAS to help facilitate Development work.
  • Other duties as assigned.

All other duties as assigned by the Chief Development Officer

Skills and Abilities

  • Must have excellent administrative skills, with thorough knowledge of the objectives of the development and communications department.

Education, Experience and Knowledge

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.
  • A minimum of 5 years related experience strongly preferred, preferably within higher education.
  • Strong office and software skills with Word and Excel required; Power Point and database experience a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work productively as a team member required. 
  • Strong written and verbal communication required.                               

The Institute for Advanced Study is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.  We believe in the inherent value of diversity and equal opportunity, recognizing that a truly diverse workforce will bring a wider array of perspectives, as well as more innovative and effective solutions, to the organization.   As a community dedicated to intellectual inquiry, we are resolutely committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes subsidized health and dental insurance, an excellent retirement plan, and a generous paid time off program.  Interested candidates please apply to the position at: ias.synchr-recruit.com/job/47800/administrative-assistant 

Academic Assistant - School of Mathematics

POSITION AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:                Academic Assistant

DEPARTMENT:          School of Mathematics

REPORT TO:              School Administrative Officer

Position Duties and Responsibilities:

Provide academic support to faculty members.

  • Create and edit technical manuscripts, books, letters of recommendation, and CVs in TeX, LaTeX, or AMSTeX.
  • Proofread manuscripts to meet publishers’ specifications and deadlines.
  • Create and edit academic presentations in PowerPoint and TeX.
  • Compile and submit grant proposals and yearly reports to meet grant requirements and deadlines.

Provide administrative support to faculty members.

  • Serve as the point of contact for journals, referees, authors, and editors.
  • Organize and catalog faculty pre-prints and reprints.
  • Book faculty travel and create travel itineraries.
  • Schedule faculty meetings and maintain calendars.
  • Maintain faculty webpages using Drupal.
  • Read, sort, respond, and/or forward faculty mail, emails, and faxes.

Complete special projects for the School Administrative Officer.

  • Participate in working groups for new initiatives.
  • Write reports as requested.
  • Assist with planning workshops and conferences.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work productively as a team member.
  • Excellent organization and time-management skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and adhere to internal and external deadlines. 
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Self-motivation and timely follow-up skills.
  • Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint, and other software for desktop publishing and data management.
  • Ability to handle sensitive information with confidentiality and discretion.
  • Ability to use or learn to use TeX, LaTeX, and AMSTeX.
  • Ability to use or learn to use Drupal.

Education, Experience and Knowledge

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.
  • 3-5 years relevant experience preferred.
  • Microsoft Office and software skills (Word, PowerPoint) required. Knowledge of technical programs such  as TeX, LaTeX, or AMSTeX strongly preferred
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to work cooperatively in a team environment and share expertise with others required. 
  • Ability to read and write in French preferred

The Institute for Advanced Study is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.  We believe in the inherent value of diversity and equal opportunity, recognizing that a truly diverse workforce will bring a wider array of perspectives, as well as more innovative and effective solutions, to the organization.  As a community dedicated to intellectual inquiry, we are resolutely committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes subsidized health and dental insurance, an excellent retirement plan, and a generous paid time off program.  Interested candidates please apply to the position at:   ias.synchr-recruit.com/job/47996/academic-assistant-school-of-mathematics

Steward/Cashier

                                                              POSITION AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:                     Steward/Cashier

DEPARTMENT:              Dining Services

REPORTS TO:                Chef/Director of Dining Services; and / or sous – chef, Catering Manager

WORK HOURS:              Typical workweek is Monday through Friday 8:45 am to 4:45 pm 40 hours week, plus overtime; Wednesday & Friday nights, catering events as needed; one Saturday morning (½ shifts) per month or more; and special functions as assigned

Position Summary                                              

Responsible for a wide range of duties in assistance with the preparation of various meals throughout the day.  Those duties are but not limited to prepare coffee and tea for beverage station, along with a variety of cold food items such as salads, appetizers and sandwich fillings. Washes, peels, slices and mixes vegetables, fruits or other ingredients for salads, hot line, pastry shop and special functions. Carve and slice meats, cheeses, portion and arrange food for service. Prepare coffee and tea for Common Room afternoon service. Fill sugar bowls, pepper mills, napkin dispensers, tea rack, all disposable wares and salad dressings.  All other duties as assigned by the Chef/Director of Dining Services.

Position Duties and Responsibilities

Cashier responsibilities

  • Perform cashier responsibilities during lunch service, typically from noon – 2:00 pm
  • Ensures an accurate accounting of all transactions, collections and disbursements.
  • Receives cash drawer at the beginning of the shift, and counts the money in drawer at the beginning and end of shift to verify its accuracy.
  • Collect cash or charge cards from guests and make change for cash transactions.

Prepare coffee and tea beverage stations, including for Common Room afternoon service

  • Prepare and setup and serve tea, coffee and cookies in the Common Room, and clean up station at the end of the shift.
  • Maintain morning beverage station, and brew coffee.

Assist in the preparation of a variety of food items

  • Help prepare a variety of cold food items such as salads, appetizers and sandwich fillings.
  • Washes, peels, slices and mixes vegetables, fruits or other ingredients for salads, hot line, pastry shop and special functions.
  • Check prep list and  prepare all items as requested
  • Assist with lunch and help other stations if time allows

Organize, restock and clean work areas

  • Setup and reset sugar bowls, salt & pepper, napkins, disposable wares, salad dressings for service.
  • Clean counters.
  • Replenish all mise en place.
  • Maintain cleanliness and organization of work areas throughout the shift, and supply / storage closets in collaboration with all other Dining staff
  • Rotate supplies, use FIFO (First In First Out) system.
  • Clean refrigerators / freezers, stainless shelves / counters / tables, service hallways and other items as assigned.
  • Assist in inventories as assigned.

All other duties as assigned by the Chef/Director of Dining Services

Skills and Abilities:

  • Perform duties with attention to detail, speed, accuracy, follow through and cooperativeness.Adapt to meet priority changes of workflow or requirements.
  • Alertly operate designated machinery.
  • Exert to transport equipment and wares up to 40 lb. in weight, and endure physical movements of up to four hours in length.
  • Ability to withstand high temperatures, moisture and noise levels in work areas.                                         

Qualifications

  • High school graduate or equivalent vocational training required
  • Must have the ability to handle knifes and cut fruits/vegetables to specifications
  • Previous experience in hotels / restaurants required
  • Ability to work with a POS system (Micros) strongly preferred
  • Familiarity with proper sanitation regulations, including certification in sanitation. (SERVSAFE) preferred.

The Institute for Advanced Study is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants.  We believe in the inherent value of diversity and equal opportunity, recognizing that a truly diverse workforce will bring a wider array of perspectives, as well as more innovative and effective solutions, to the organization.   As a community dedicated to intellectual inquiry, we are resolutely committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes subsidized health and dental insurance, an excellent retirement plan, and a generous paid time off program.  Interested candidates please apply to the position at: ias.synchr-recruit.com/job/48389/steward-cashier, or by mail to:  Human Resources, Institute for Advanced Study, 1 Einstein Drive, Princeton, NJ  08540.