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Chief Information Officer Manhattan
The Chief Information Officer (CIO), serves as the university’s senior information technology executive and leads and manages Information Technology Services, or ITS, the university’s enterprise IT organization (http://www.k-state.edu/its/). The CIO is in a new reporting structure directly to the president of Kansas State University and serves on the president’s cabinet and the president’s advisory council. The CIO also has a dotted-line reporting responsibility to the provost and senior vice president to facilitate a close working relationship with the university’s academic community.
Assistant Dean for Admissions (College of Veterinary Medicine) Manhattan
The College of Veterinary Medicine with Kansas State University is seeking an Assistant Dean for Admissions. This position is responsible for the operational management of the Admissions Office and administration and implementation of the admissions process for DVM students. Primary responsibilities include oversight of admissions activities including recruitment, applications, interviews, and matriculation of veterinary students.
Fellow (Post Doc) Other
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (Post Doc) position on the CMS experiment at European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN). The KSU group (Andrew Ivanov, Ketino Kaadze, and Yurii Maravin) has a strong background in searches for new physics, Higgs boson, and top quark physics, and is active in the pixel and hadron calorimeter phase 1 and phase 2 upgrades.
Fellow Post-Doc Entomology Manhattan
Fellow Post Doc, Department of Entomology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. 12 month, full-time (40 hours/week), non-tenure track position. Primary responsibilities include designing experiments, conducting research, and analyzing data with a research emphasis on improving the distribution and efficacy of aerosol insecticides for controlling stored-product insects in food storage and processing facilities. Other responsibilities include preparing progress reports and manuscripts, and maintaining insect colonies and research facilities.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan
Kansas State University has a long history in animal food and nutrition research and training, and the campus has a strong culture of working with animals and industry. This program at K-State is the right place to explore and learn about pet foods and companion animal sciences.
Fellow (Post Doc) - Biology Manhattan
To conduct experiments on Candida albicans pathogenesis. He or she will be involved in determining the molecular mechanisms of morphogenesis inhibition by previously discovered small molecules.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan
Primary responsibilities include designing experiments, conducting research, and analyzing data with a research emphasis on insect RNA interference. Other responsibilities include preparing progress reports and manuscripts, maintaining insect colonies and research facilities, advising student research, and overseeing laboratory safety
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan
Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on NSF and NIH funded projects that seek to understand the fundamental mechanisms of morphogenesis using the simple invertebrate chordate model Ciona.
Fellow (Post Doc) - Physics education research Manhattan
Engage in research which will involve developing and testing physics assessments (primarily for college courses) that align with the ideas underlying the Next Generation Science Standards
Assistant Professor (Marketing) Manhattan
The Department of Marketing at Kansas State University invites applications for one or more tenure-track position(s) in marketing at the Assistant/Advanced Assistant Professor level beginning in August 2018. We welcome applications from both new and advanced assistant professors. A D.B.A. or Ph.D. in Marketing or a related area must be completed prior to employment. Candidates from consumer behavior, international, quantitative/modeling, sales, or managerial/strategy are encouraged to apply. Applicants must demonstrate evidence of scholarly publications and superior instruction. The average teaching load is 2/2 (six hours per semester). Preference is given to candidates with a demonstrated ability for interacting with students from underrepresented groups. Salary and fringe benefits are competitive with peer AACSB schools. Excellent teaching, productive research targeted at competitive marketing journals, professional service to the Department, College, and University, and continuing career development are required for promotion and tenure. The successful applicant will be an outstanding colleague with demonstrated teaching ability who will interact with other active faculty and teach at the undergraduate and/or MBA levels.
Assistant Professor (Human Resource Management) Manhattan
The Management Department in the College of Business Administration at Kansas State University seeks to hire an assistant professor for a tenure-track appointment in Human Resource Management.
Architectural Engineering Assistant Professor (Architectural Engineering and Construction Science) Manhattan
Full-Time Tenure Track Associate Professor or Assistant Professor, or Instructor. Applicants will be considered from the engineering design community, with North America PE or PENG experience in mechanical, electrical or plumbing building systems design. Department information is available at http://www.are-cns.ksu.edu/.
Assistant Professor Manhattan
Responsibilities of successful candidates will include teaching four or five undergraduate courses per year, actively engaging in scholarship, and providing service to the Interior Design Program, the Department of Apparel, Textiles and Interior Design, the College of Human Ecology, and Kansas State University
Assistant Professor of Composition/Rhetoric Salina
Kansas State University’s Polytechnic Campus seeks a full-time Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Composition/Rhetoric with an emphasis in Technical and/or Professional Writing to join the School of Integrated Studies. The successful candidate is expected to be an active contributor to the college’s teaching activities. Areas of teaching emphasis may include, but are not limited to: multiple sections (face-to-face and online) of an upper-level technical writing course, expository writing, and digital literacy.
Instructor Manhattan
Instructor for American Ethnic Studies courses
Professor, Department Head in Civil Engineering Manhattan
The College of Engineering at Kansas State University (K-State) invites nominations and applications for the position of Head of the Department of Civil Engineering. Electronic submission of applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Instructor/ Teaching Assistant Professor/ Assistant Professor Salina
Kansas State University’s Polytechnic Campus seeks a full-time Computer Systems Technology and Digital Media faculty member to join the School of Integrated Studies. The successful candidate is expected to be an active contributor to the college’s teaching activities. Areas of teaching emphasis may include, but are not limited to: web development, software development and programming, network and systems administration, database design and administration, and digital media.
Instructor - Plant Pathology Manhattan
The Department of Plant Pathology at Kansas State University is seeking to hire a 9-month Instructor. The successful candidate will teach PLPTH 500 Principles of Plant Pathology, co-teach courses, teach laboratories, support and curate materials for other departmental courses as part of the plant pathology undergraduate and graduate program and develop a course of their interest in plant pathology.
Assistant Professor - Agricultural Economics Manhattan
Assistant Professor - areas of teaching and research emphasis in risk management, grain marketing or related fields.
Advanced Instructor Manhattan
The Division of Biology at Kansas State University is currently seeking a full-time instructor to teach human body lab, cadaver dissection and other introductory biology courses beginning August 2017.

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