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Degree Analyst Manhattan, Kansas
The Office of the Registrar is seeking applicants for a Degree Analyst with responsibility for academic athletic eligibility certification. This person is responsible for collecting, analyzing, interpreting, monitoring and reporting academic data regarding student athletes' eligibility to compete in intercollegiate competition representing Kansas State University. Employee must demonstrate the ability to work independently, analyze and interpret complex NCAA and Big XII rules and regulations, communicate effectively, and maintain confidentiality.
Enrollment Specialist Manhattan, Kansas
The K-State Center for Child Development, a nationally accredited early childhood program, is seeking a highly enthusiastic Enrollment Specialist to join a team of thirty plus other dedicated early learning educators and administrators. The Enrollment Specialist will assist in marketing the Center to perspective parents/families, manage the enrollment process and transition timelines.
Extension Assistant, Irrigation Management Specialist Other
Assisting Extension State Irrigation specialist in irrigation management and applied research programs.
Maintenance Manager Manhattan, Kansas
Supervise, plan, and direct work, including supervision of one Facilities Maintenance Supervisor. Areas of asbestos, construction, metal, dig safe, welding, and project management/execution at Kansas State at University.
Custodial Specialist (Housing & Dining Services Residence Hall) Manhattan, Kansas
If you appreciate the sparkle of a clean surface, despise dust, are attentive to detail, and enjoy interacting with others, consider joining our residence hall cleaning team. Team members ensure that facilities are clean, sanitized, tidy, and appealing for our student residents and guests. During certain times of the year, the team is responsible for providing hotel type services for conference guests and deep cleaning facilities. Regular work hours are 7:30 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday, this is a benefits eligible position.
Extension Agricultural Economist, Kansas Farm Management Association, Northwest Other
K-State Research & Extension, Department of Agricultural Economics and Kansas Farm Management Association is seeking an Extension Agricultural Economist for NW Kansas. This position is located in Colby, Kansas.
Research Assistant (Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory) Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Research Assistant. This position will have the primary responsibility of coordinating new incoming research projects and developing new tests related to immunohistochemistry. A large portion of this person's time will be spent developing new diagnostic and research assays along with coordinating research projects. This individual will also spend a decent amount of time performing diagnostic immunohistochemistry assays and will also assist in diagnostic routine histology duties related to service and research in times of need. All assays will be performed in accordance with those QA/QC guidelines of an AAVLD accredited laboratory. May assist in responsibilities including routine filing of slides, tissue blocks, entering workload data on computers, operating automated histology equipment, digital pathology, writing and updating standard operating procedures and some maintenance of equipment when needed. Significant attention must be given to the KSVDL QMS (Quality Management System) and subsequent compliance. Working hours could vary as needed to meet customer demands for rapid turnaround times for biopsy submissions, and will include working some weekends.
Accountant II (College of Veterinary Medicine) Manhattan, Kansas
The College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for an Accountant II. This position is responsible for interacting with Veterinary Health Center (VHC) clients regarding financial issues, managing all accounts receivable, assisting in development and implementation of policies and procedures as they related to client billing and collections.
Clinical Assistant / Associate Professor - Anatomic Pathology (Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory) Manhattan, Kansas
Become a member of our pathology team! The Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (KSVDL) and Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology (DM/P), College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University is seeking a motivated, experienced and collaborative individual with a great sense of humor and keen focus on relevant, accurate diagnostic anatomic pathology.
Grant Specialist Manhattan, Kansas
Manages all financial aspects of the Center for Hazardous Substance Research (CHSR). Manages proposal development from beginning to end preparing budgets and related forms for a wide variety of proposal submissions for CHSR as well as for Engineering Extension and Agronomy. Advises the departments on issues regarding rules, regulations, laws and policies concerning the fiscal maintenance of grants and contracts. Audit and reconciles all departmental accounts with the university financial information system (FIS). Prepares financial statements and various funding reports for funding agencies, university controller’s office, principal investigators and departmental units. Works with the PreAward services department, Sponsored Projects Accounting, KSU Foundation, Purchasing, Facilities and other departments on campus on a daily basis.
Academic Recruitment Assistant Manhattan, Kansas
This position is an essential part of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. The position facilitates the department's aim of recruiting, retaining, and providing service and information to gradate and undergraduate students. The position also supports the department and its academic programs and provides support to the Department Head, Graduate Program Director, Academic Advisor, other faculty and staff.
Director of Human Capital Services Operations Manhattan, Kansas
The Director of Operations in Human Capital Services is responsible for leading and directing the following units in Human Capital Services: HR systems, Payroll, and the Service Center. These responsibilities include serving as the main data steward for university employee information. The director is responsible for and is empowered to interpret, create and modify university policies and procedures as well as internal procedures with a focus on customer service, continuous improvement, efficiency, and compliance. The director collaborates with other HCS units and directors as well as other campus departments and units to seek input, assistance and to improve service delivery.
Accountant I (College of Veterinary Medicine) Manhattan, Kansas
This position is responsible for processing payment documents to multiple vendors. Also responsible for coordinating and administering the Department's travel reimbursement process. Responsible for coordinating the payment process for several BPC cards in the Department. Responsible for following state procedures regarding equipment purchases over $5,000 and to ensure state contract vendors are used when applicable.
Research Program Manager (Associate Director II) Salina, Kansas
K-State Polytechnic is hiring a motivated Research Project Manager (Associate Director II) with experience leading multiple research projects and activities, from authoring/collaborating on research proposals through the life cycle of research effort. This includes planning, organizing, controlling and deploying key milestones, deliverables and resources such as funding and business development from conception through conclusion according to research goals. The successful candidate will be responsible for supervising a research team, serving on an interdisciplinary team of researchers and representing K-State Polytechnic as the senior engineering lead and UAS research subject matter expert. This position may work some nights and weekends for department and Polytechnic Campus events. Minimum requirements include a bachelor's degree in engineering or other technical field, five or more years of relevant experience and experience in supervising a team of researchers.
Assistant Professor Manhattan, Kansas
Perform teaching, research and service in the Department of Marketing. Requires Ph.D. in Marketing or Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong background in data analytics and a desire to teach analytics and strategy courses.
Full/ Associate/ Assistant Professor (Civil Engineering) Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Civil Engineering at Kansas State University is seeking a full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty member at the full/associate/assistant professor in the area of Water Resources. An endowed professorship is available to be assigned to qualified individuals. Candidates with expertise in any area of Water Resources Engineering are encouraged to apply, especially those whose research focuses on groundwater systems. The successful candidate is expected to effectively teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, build a nationally renowned research program by attracting funding and conducting research in the area(s) of expertise and perform University and professional service. The candidate should hold a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering or closely related field with an emphasis in Water Resources prior to starting the position. The preferred start date is August 2019.
Research Associate (Physics) Manhattan, Kansas
Conduct research in the area of theoretical atomic, molecular, and optical physics in the research group of Professor Uwe Thumm.
Assistant Teacher Manhattan, Kansas
The K-State Center for Child Development, a nationally accredited early childhood education program, is seeking a highly enthusiastic Assistant Teacher to join a team of thirty other dedicated early learning educators.
Research Associate (Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology) Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology is seeking applicants for a Research Associate. This position will be responsible for managing BSL2 and BSL3 virus laboratories. Responsibilities include supervising and assisting with research projects, performing and assisting others with lab techniques, ordering laboratory supplies, and overseeing laboratory personnel.
Student Intern - Mankato Downtown Revitalization Other
The Dane G. Hansen Foundation & K-State Research and Extension internship gives college students the opportunity to link classroom learning with a preprofessional work experience. The intern will work with downtown building owners in Mankato to move forward building improvement plans.

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