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Biosecurity Facility Technician (Biosecurity Research Institute - BRI) Manhattan, Kansas
The Biosecurity Research Institute (BRI) is seeking a Biosecurity Facility Technician. This position is specialized and dedicated to the BRI. This position performs in a preventive, predictive, and responsive manner to address sensitive infrastructure systems and equipment operations.
Custodial Supervisor Manhattan, Kansas
Housing and Dining Services seeks qualified applicants for two Custodial Supervisor positions. The "working supervisor" positions will lead a team of housekeepers who primarily provide services in student living spaces. The role includes training, directing, and motivating a cohesive team of custodial specialists responsible for maintaining residence halls, guest housing, offices, classrooms, lobbies, and other public spaces. Provides assistance to and works under the direction of the Custodial Manager. Regular work hours are 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Occupancy Coordinator and Revenue Analyst Manhattan, Kansas
Occupancy Coordinator and Revenue Analyst provides a unique opportunity to apply exceptional customer care, problem-solving, and data analysis skills. Duties include coordinating occupancy for approximately 4,500 students in nine residence halls and two scholarship houses; analyzing revenue prospects for all on-campus housing; and generating tactical plans to ensure minimization of vacancy rates and maximization of revenues.
Instructional Designer Manhattan, Kansas
The Plant Pathology department at Kansas State University is searching for an Instructional Designer to support the professional development goals of the National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN). The employee reports to the Director of the Great Plains Diagnostic Network (GPDN).
Academic Coach Manhattan, Kansas
The Academic Coaching program at Kansas State is seeking a driven, creative, and collaborative partner to join our team. Academic Coaches work with students using an individual, goal-based coaching cycle where students self-identify areas of academic and personal need to focus on during one-on-one meetings. Individuals in this role draw from the program’s Academic Success Tools and employ the use of a powerful question to build a student’s capacity to meet learning challenges as related to core areas of learning and personal success to support them to graduation and beyond.
Assistant Director (Lafene Health Center) Manhattan, Kansas
Lafene Health Center is looking for a highly dedicated and enthusiastic Assistant Director.
Digital Media Specialist (Communication & Ag Education) Manhattan, Kansas
Plan, recommend, develop and implement digital media strategy for K-State Research and Extension and the College of Agriculture that engages, informs and connects with stakeholders. Plans and content are developed using research on current communication trends and audience analysis.
Environmental Compliance Specialist Manhattan, Kansas
Assist with ensuring compliance with environmental protection regulations for campus facilities. Manage Title V air permit and related reporting and documentation. Manage hazardous materials and waste and related databases and documentation. Characterize hazardous waste classes and associated risks. Read and interpret related state and federal environmental regulations (including but not limited to 40 CFR, 49 CFR, and 21 CFR) and understand basic concepts of related environmental acts. Lab pack and bulk hazardous waste. Perform basic chemical analysis to characterize unknown compounds. Handle, transport, package, and profile regulated waste streams (chemical/pharmaceutical, mixed, biological, asbestos, PCB and lead waste) in accordance with internal procedures and regulatory requirements. Coordinate with hazardous materials brokers/contractors.
Fellow (Post Doc) (College of Veterinary Medicine) Manhattan, Kansas
The Institute of Computational Comparative Medicine (ICCM) and Department of Anatomy and Physiology within College of Veterinary Medicine are seeking applicants for a Fellow (Post Doc) to work in the Pharmacokinetic Modeling and Simulation Laboratory of Dr. Zhoumeng Lin. The incumbent of this position will be responsible for designing and developing physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) models for drugs, environmental chemicals, and/or nanoparticles in animals and humans. This individual will also help develop a database for physiological parameters for food animals. The goal of these projects is to create new quantitative tools to help address issues related to food safety and risk assessment.
Clinical Director, Physician Assistant Program Manhattan, Kansas
Reporting to the Program Director, the Clinical Director secures, develops and maintains clinical affiliations and oversees all clinical curricula. The Clinical Director plans and coordinates the clinical year component of the PA program, and plans and participates in the didactic and clinical year assessments. The Clinical Director oversees and coordinates the clinical year component of the Self Study Report (SSR), and assists the program director with administrative duties as assigned. The Clinical Director, along with the Program Director, supervises all faculty of the clinical year.
Academic Director, Physician Assistant Program Manhattan, Kansas
Reporting to the Program Director, the Academic Director participates in all aspects of the development, implementation, and evaluation of the PA curriculum. The Academic Director plans and coordinates the didactic and summative components of the PA program, and plans and participates in the didactic and clinical year assessments. The Academic Director oversees and coordinates the didactic component of the Self Study Report (SSR), and assists the Program Director with administrative duties as assigned. The Academic Director, along with the Program Director, supervises all faculty of the didactic year.
Research Associate / Evaluator Manhattan, Kansas
The Kansas State University College of Education Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation invites applications for a Research Associate/Evaluator. The Research Associate/Evaluator will join a service-oriented multi-disciplinary team that provides collaborative project management, evaluation services, strategic planning and project development for local, regional, national and international projects. The Research Associate/Evaluator will report to the OEIE Director and work in collaboration with team members to develop, implement and manage program evaluations. These activities include developing evaluation plans, determining a feasible scope of work and timeline for the evaluation, designing instruments and protocols, coordinating team members, and conducting data collection, analysis, and reporting. Some overnight travel, night and weekend
River Valley District 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Other
The River Valley District is comprised of Clay, Cloud, Republic, and Washington Counties in north central Kansas. The district team includes 8 extension agents, providing programming in agriculture and natural resources, community development, family and consumer sciences and 4-H youth development. Support staff includes four office professionals and four 4-H program managers. District Staff also includes one grant-funded SNAP Nutrition Educator. The population of the district is 27,000 with 4,400 youth between the ages of 5 and 18. Nearly 200 approved volunteer leaders serve 525 members enrolled in the 26 community clubs and 1 district-wide River Valley 4-H Rabbit Project Club. The 34 ambassadors work to promote 4-H In the district. Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive 4-H youth development program for school-aged youth in cooperation with local residents and extension colleagues. The primary focus of this position is youth development, adult volunteer development, youth education program development, expanding partnerships, and participation and membership growth. Programming will include but is not limited to: supporting community clubs, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create new program opportunities with existing and new community partners. This position will have primary responsibilities to supervise and work with the 4-H Program Managers to implement the youth development program across the district. The agent will work in cooperation with the other district agents in youth subject matter delivery within specific program areas.
Instructor (Family Studies & Human Services) Manhattan, Kansas
The School of Family Studies and Human Services, within the College of Human Ecology, seeks a full-time, nine-month, term instructor in the area of human development and family science to start August 2019. You will be expected to: (a) teach the following courses for the core curriculum in the Human Development and Family Science B.S. program: - HDFS 411: HDFS Practicum - HDFS 579: Orientation to HDFS Internship - HDFS 580: HDFS Internship - HDFS 585: Professional Seminar in HDFS - HDFS 590: Professional Capstone in HDFS; (b) actively participate in recruitment for the HDFS degree program; (c) support career development activities for HDFS students; and (d) provide service to the unit, school, college, and university.
Community Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Housing and Dining Services seeks qualified applicants for one or more Community Coordinator (CC) positions. The CC will provide leadership and supervision for a multicultural population of 250 to 650 students within the residence halls or the Jardine Apartments. The coordinator’s primary function is to direct and oversee the operations of residential communities.
Cottonwood District 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Other
Barton and Ellis counties compromise the Cottonwood Extension District. The district has a combined population of 55,668. This part of the state is noted for its oil production, diversified farming and livestock operations. The district is home to Fort Hays State University and Barton Community College. District-wide, the 4-H Youth Development program involves 569 community club members in 16 clubs and 3,500 youth in non-traditional programs. Seven agents and several support staff serve the district. This position will provide leadership to the 4-H Youth Development program in the Great Bend office. Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive 4-H youth development program for school-aged youth in cooperation with local residents and extension colleagues. The primary focus of this position is youth development, adult volunteer development, youth education program development, expanding partnerships, and participation and membership growth. Programming will include but is not limited to: supporting community clubs, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create new program opportunities with existing and new community partners.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Biomedical and Computing and Devices Lab in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering seeks a postdoctoral scholar to conduct research on devices and systems for image-guided microwave thermal therapy for cancer treatment.
Instructor (Biomedical Engineering) Manhattan, Kansas
The Kansas State University (KSU) Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department invites applications for a non-tenure-track instructor position in Biomedical Engineering (BME) beginning January 2019. This position will support the new Bachelor of Science Degree in Biomedical Engineering (https://www.engg.ksu.edu/bme/) offered by the KSU College of Engineering and administrated by KSU ECE (http://ece.ksu.edu/); the first incoming freshmen arrive August 2018.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The position requires an incumbent with PhD in topics related to formal methods, control theory, hybrid systems, and/or embedded systems (with preferable expertise in multiple of these areas) to conduct research on algorithms based on hybrid systems theory and formal methods for robust and optimal navigation of autonomous vehicles. The project will also involve conducting experiments with a robotic test bed at KSU.
Fellow (Post Doc) (High Energy Physics) Manhattan, Kansas
Fellow Postdoc to work with the experimental High Energy Physics group at Kansas State University.

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