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Foodservice Operations Chef Manhattan, Kansas
Housing and Dining Services seeks a leader for the role of Foodservice Operations Chef. The successful candidate will be passionate and knowledgeable about serving quality food in quantity, creating a positive work environment, providing direction effectively to student and non-student staff, highly organized, communicates well, and leads by example.
Student (Non-Univ Student) Manhattan, Kansas
Employment as a Non-University Student (NUS) with the Department of Housing and Dining Services offers the opportunity to work part-time in a team-oriented restaurant or retail environment performing entry-level work. Duties may vary and may include serving food, cleaning, accepting payment for purchases. This is a part-time opportunity offering flexible scheduling.
Academic Advisor Other
The Kansas State College Advising Corps is seeking a KSCAC Hybrid Advisor in the Kansas City area. The Hybrid Advisor will play a critical role in delivering college advising in a new partnership between College Advising Corps (CAC) and the Kansas City Scholars Program to increase the number of high-achieving, low-and-moderate-income students who apply to, matriculate and graduate from college. The Hybrid Advisor will use space at KC Scholars as a home base, then travel to the Kansas City area high schools to meet with the students and their cohorts.
Associate Scientist Manhattan, Kansas
An Associate Scientist Position in cereal grain science is available in the Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. This individual is expected to assist the professor in managing the KSU Wheat Quality Lab, conduct wheat quality tests to support the wheat breeding program, train and supervise research assistants and student workers, manage and conduct service projects, conduct both fundamental and applied research in the grain chemistry area, collect experimental data and analyze data, prepare technical report and/or manuscripts for publication, give presentations at conferences, write grant proposals, and perform other duties as requested by the PI. This is a full time, 12 months, temporary position. The position is renewable based on continued funding, research performance, and the need for the services.
Nutrition Educator Manhattan, Kansas
The Nutrition Educator position serves to meet the Kansas Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) mission of empowering low-income Kansans using evidence-based strategies to achieve healthy lives and reduce health disparities. Specific strategies include direct education in various settings, community based projects to address policy, system or environmental changes and public health approaches to help children, families and adults improve dietary quality and food resource management skills and increase physical activity. This position reports to the SNAP-Ed Regional Specialist.
Athletics Communications Post Graduate Intern (K-State Athletics) Manhattan, Kansas
ATHLETICS COMMUNICATION POST GRADUATE INTERN: This position will serve as the primary contact for the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field, women’s rowing and women’s tennis programs and will also have duties with K-State’s football and men’s and women’s basketball teams. Daily program management for the assigned sports, which includes creating press releases, feature stories, maintaining statistical records, including but not limited to media guides, game programs and post-season brochures, promote the assigned sports programs. Maintain www.kstatesports.com website for assigned sports.
Research Assistant (Anatomy & Physiology) Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Anatomy & Physiology is seeking applicants for a Research Assistant. The incumbent to this position would be responsible for initial configuration and implementation of an API platform in our computational environment. This is envisioned as a multipurpose platform that will integrate disparate sources of human and animal health data (FDA Drug Approvals and Databases, veterinary electronic medical records, pharmacogenomic data, preclinical toxicological data, pharmacological and diagnostic laboratory data, etc.) into a single platform using tools developed by our group and Cerner (CODE, Ignite, FHIR, etc. ) to curate and manage integrated human and animal health databases.
Veterinary Nurse (Oncology) Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Health Center with the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Veterinary Nurse in Oncology. This position will help maintain an efficient Oncology service by providing technical nursing and minor instructional skills as necessary to provide services in the Veterinary Health Center. A primary mission of the Hospital is to provide quality medical service for teaching, research and clients within the surrounding area. A team of quality, professional nurses in the Oncology Section is critical to providing services to support this mission. This position is also responsible for coordination of animal treatments; instruction training and supervise students and employees in approved treatment technique.
Fellow (Post Doc) (Computational Toxicology & Pharmacokinetic Modeling) 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 Computational Toxicology and Pharmacokinetic Modeling Laboratory of Dr. Zhoumeng Lin. The incumbent of this position will be responsible for designing and developing physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) models for chemicals or nanoparticles in animals and humans for food safety assessment or risk assessment. This individual will also apply machine learning and neural network modeling methods to study the association of nanoparticle physiological properties and tissue distribution. This individual will receive training in PBPK modeling, dose-response assessment, risk assessment, computational toxicology, machine learning and/or neural network modeling.
Fellow (Post Doc) (Anatomy & Physiology) 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 Computational Toxicology and Pharmacokinetic Modeling 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, or nanoparticles in animals or humans. This individual will also help develop a database for physiological parameters for food animals. Upon completion of the first-year training in PBPK modeling at K-State, the individual will have the opportunity to complete the second year of training in Clinical Pharmacology under the supervision of Dr. Lisa Tell at University of California, Davis based on mutual agreement. The incumbent of this position will receive training in computational PBPK modeling, analytical chemistry methods, and experimental animal techniques.
Office Specialist II Manhattan, Kansas
This position provides administrative and academic support to the Staley School of Leadership Studies, serves as the first point of contact for the School and manages the daily operations of the School and the Leadership Studies Building which includes building management and scheduling space usage.
Fellow (Post Doc) (Chemistry) Manhattan, Kansas
Fellow (Post Doc) position working with Professors Takashi Ito and Daniel Higgins on DOE funded research regarding nanoporous materials.
Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Manhattan, Kansas
This position serves as the chief enrollment officer responsible for leading the implementation of the university’s comprehensive, multi-year strategic enrollment management plan in support of the outcomes envisioned in the K-State 2025 Strategic Plan. The VPEM will provide strategic leadership and vision as it relates to all aspects of enrollment management, including domestic and international student recruitment, admissions, financial aid, registration, and transfer enrollment. The VPEM will work closely with the President, Provost, Vice President for Student Life, Vice Provost for Student Success, deans, and other senior leaders to formulate and implement a comprehensive strategy that engages prospective and current students from Kansas, across the country, and internationally.
Vice Provost for Student Success Manhattan, Kansas
The newly created Vice Provost for Student Success (“VPSS”) is charged with bringing vision and leadership to coordinate the efforts of units and programs focused on retention and student success, while bridging academic and student service operations and initiatives and improving communication across academic and student affairs at the University. Using national best practices and emerging research, the Vice Provost for Student Success will identify, develop and guide innovative initiatives to improve student retention, persistence, progression and graduation of K-State students.
Associate Provost for Institutional Research Manhattan, Kansas
The Associate Provost for Institutional Research (IR), a newly-created position, is the chief institutional research (IR) officer for the university and will lead the Office of Institutional Research (OIR) as K-State works to establish a robust IR capacity. The Associate Provost for IR will be responsible for ensuring development and implementation of an institutional data strategy that transforms and promotes institution-wide use of data and analytics for informed decision-making throughout the University. The associate provost will work collaboratively to understand stakeholders and their decision-support needs; collect, analyze, interpret, and report data and information; and support operational, budgetary, enrollment, and strategic planning, program review, accreditation, and the effective use of resources.
Maintenance Manager Manhattan, Kansas
This position will supervise, plan, and direct a skilled labor team in the areas of asbestos, construction, metal, plumbing, HVAC, dig safe, welding, and projects at Kansas State University.
Custodial Manager Manhattan, Kansas
The Custodial Manager will provide technical expertise and guidance to custodial crews and custodial supervisor seniors in completion of their assigned tasks of cleaning and maintaining campus buildings.
Cook Manhattan, Kansas
JP's Sports Grill offers full time employment as a Cook skilled in make-to-order cooking methods. JP's is the heart of Jardine Apartments, bringing residents and the Manhattan community together around a table filled with excellent food. The Cook position supports quality food production and service.
Fan Experience & Sales Assistant (K-State Athletics) Manhattan, Kansas
FAN EXPERIENCE & SALES ASSISTANT: The successful candidate will have direct oversight over the development and implementation of all fan experience and game production aspects for two assigned sports (from women’s basketball, volleyball, baseball or soccer) as well as student marketing/attendance promotions and grassroots fan initiatives with a focus on providing ‘The Best Fan Experience in the Big 12 Conference.’
Public Information Officer Manhattan, Kansas
The Kansas State University’s Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Sustainable Intensification (SIIL) is seeking applications for a dynamic and proactive team member to support communication needs of our expanding programs.

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