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Senior Executive Administrator Manhattan
Direct strategy, planning, evaluation and reporting activities of the instruction, research, extension, outreach, and economic development programs of the College of Agriculture and K-State Research and Extension.
Associate Dean for Research and External Funding Manhattan
The Associate Dean for Research and External Funding serves as a catalyst for identifying opportunities, facilitating interdisciplinary projects, and working with campus-wide initiatives related to faculty research and external funding efforts; promoting, supporting, and recognizing faculty and student research development and success; coordinating graduate studies; and facilitating college-wide initiatives related to the mission of the college.
Wildcat District Adult Development and Aging Extension Agent Other
Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. This position will provide primary leadership for the development and implementation of research-based educational programming for adult audiences. Programming will include, but is not limited to financial considerations and management, health and nutrition, psychological well-being, Medicare, elder abuse and support, and related topics..
Research Technician (Chemistry) Manhattan
Perform NIH-sponsored research experiments to study organic synthesis.
Research Technician (Chemistry) Manhattan
Perform NIH-sponsored research experiments to study enzyme mechanisms.
Research Assistant (Chemistry) Manhattan
To initiate a new research direction in textile material and generate preliminary data for grant application.
Kiowa County Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent Other
Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. This position will provide primary leadership for the development and implementation of research-based educational programming related to family and consumer sciences. Programming will include but is not limited to: family life, nutrition, food safety, parenting, communication, financial management, leadership, health and safety.
Research Assistant (Chemistry) Manhattan
To hire someone who can help with theoretical nanomaterials research in the Aikens group.
Fellow (Post Doc) (Biology) Manhattan
The Division of Biology seeks a highly motivated person to conduct research to investigate mechanisms of virus pathogenesis.
Research Assistant (Biology) Manhattan
The Division of Biology seeks a highly motivated Research Assistant to work in the laboratory of Dr. Stephanie Shames.
Grant County Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent Other
Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. This position will provide primary leadership for the development and implementation of research-based educational programming related to Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Thomas County Crop Production and Horticulture Extension Agent Other
Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. This position will provide primary leadership for the development and implementation of research-based educational programming related to to production, management and marketing issues involved in crop production. Programs will include but are not limited to: tillage, planting, and variety selection; irrigation; weed, disease, and pest control; soil testing and fertilization and harvesting and post-harvest handling.
Veterinary Technician (Equine) Manhattan
The primary responsibility for this position is to provide technical services to the Equine Section of the Veterinary Health Center. This position is also responsible for entering all Equine Section financial and medical records data into the Hospital Management System. This position is also responsible for coordination of animal treatments; instruct, train and supervise students and employees in approved treatment technique. Quality, professional technical representation in the Equine Section is critical to providing services to support this mission.
Veterinary Technician (Mobile Surgical Unit) Manhattan
The Department of Clinical Sciences is seeking applicants for a Veterinary Technician for the Mobile Surgical Unit. This position provides veterinary technical assistance and fourth year student instruction for the mobile spay/neuter trailer. The mobile surgical unit is a program that provides spay/neuter services and basic care for shelter animals maintained at facilities without a veterinarian or surgical facilities. The shelter medicine rotation is an elective course. Approximately 70 senior veterinary students will participate each year and approximately 4000 animals will be surgically altered. The shelter medicine technician is responsible for surgical preparation, anesthetic induction/monitoring, intra-operative assistance, and immediate post-operative care for shelter animals on location at regional facilities. This position is also responsible for coordination of activities with regional shelters, medical records, and oversight for stocking and cleaning of the mobile surgery unit.
Small Animal Concierge (Veterinary Health Center) Manhattan
The Veterinary Health Center (VHC) is seeking applicants for Small Animal Concierge. This position is responsible for providing quality client services in the Small Animal receiving area of the VHC. Hospital mission includes providing quality medical services, training for professional veterinary students, and excellent client communication and service. Client services must be provided in a professional manner since first impressions often establish the customer’s assessment of the overall quality of care. It is important that this position establish good will and open communication to ensure that clients become part of the treatment team, will return the VHC and will refer others to Kansas State for care.
Electrician Manhattan
Housing and Dining Services seeks qualified applicants to fill Electrician positions. These positions perform journeyman level electrical work to include general electrical maintenance of large residence halls, apartments, and dining facilities. Work includes high voltage, low voltage, data, appliances, elevators, etc. and is performed in both occupied, unoccupied, and new construction areas. Work hours are Monday - Friday, 7:30AM - 4:00PM.
Associate Director II, Academic Student Services Manhattan
This position holds responsibility for the coordination of the campus visitation program, special tours, and group visits; supervision of the Coordinator of Orientation Programs and the Events Coordinator; supervision of department student employees; providing leadership for the University-wide StrengthsQuest initiative and the Telecounseling program; assisting with academic and student life programs presentations; and development and assessment for the department’s student learning outcomes.
Custodial Specialist (Housing & Dining Services Residence Hall) Manhattan
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.
Applications Developer I Manhattan
The Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation (OEIE) in Manhattan, KS is seeking a web developer to join our team. This position will collaborate with evaluators, support staff and others developers on the team to enhance our Program Evaluation And Reporting System (PEARS). PEARS is a web-based data management system built using the Django framework, and used by SNAP-Ed and Extension programs across the country to track and report activities and impact. Successful applicants should be team players with a strong desire to learn and should have experience building or maintaining web applications using modern languages and tools such as Python, PHP, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Java, C#, SQL, etc.
Accountant III (Hale Library) Manhattan
K-State Libraries are accepting applications for an Accountant III position. This position plans, directs and supervises the accounting operations and systems for the K-State Libraries, including the main Hale Library, and Weigel and Math/Physics branch libraries. This position provides oversight for all State accounting transactions, as well as the operational transactions and reporting through a secondary accounting system. The Accountant III supervises three university support staff and reports to the Sr. Director for Administrative and IT Services.

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