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Academic Services Coordinator - SAUB Salina, Kansas, Other On-site requirement
The Office of the Vice Provost Student Success is currently seeking a full-time Academic Services Coordinator for the TRIO Upward Bound. The Academic Services Coordinator reports to the Director of TRIO Upward Bound. The TRIO Upward Bound program is part of the Office of Student Success and located on the Salina campus in Salina, KS. The Academic Services Coordinator works closely with the Director in recruiting students for the program. The Academic Services Coordinator will complete assessments, academic planning, and monitor the academic progress of high school participants in the Upward Bound program. The Academic Services Coordinator co-facilitate a six week summer program. The Academic Services Coordinator will travel 50%-60% in this position. The Academic Services Coordinator travels weekly to four target area high schools (Monday: Clay Center Community High School, Tuesday, Lincoln Jr/Sr High School and Newton High School, and Wednesday: Ell-Saline Middle/High School-schedule may vary in the fall and spring) to complete advising sessions and maintain complete, accurate audit ready documentation of all services, and confidential participants’ records. The Academic Services Coordinator also co-supervise participants during summer residential programming and lead a team of summer staff during travel with participants to college visits and cultural activities and events. The Academic Services Coordinator will also develop evening and/or Saturday activities for the participants in the program and coordinate and monitor summer program core curriculum, summer staff (i.e. faculty, instructors, graduate students, mentors), and student mentor opportunities.
Director of Marketing Manhattan, Kansas Remote required (must reside in US)
This leadership position oversees the marketing unit at K-State Global Campus. This position works to effectively market and promote K-State Global Campus credit and noncredit programs, contributing to enrollment growth and a positive return on marketing investment. Extensive knowledge of the various marketing media mixes and promotional strategies is required. The position is responsible for supervision of the marketing unit staff. The director of marketing serves as a member of the K-State Global Campus leadership team and other committees within K-State Global Campus and Kansas State University as requested. This position reports to the executive director of strategic growth and analysis.
Budget/Fiscal Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Department of Agronomy seeks a creative, detail-oriented, highly efficient sponsored research project Budget/Fiscal Coordinator to provide service to Faculty investigators for all post award accounting activities. This includes working closely with Faculty to plan and forecast expenditures and process award modifications, distribute sponsored research overhead revenue, coordinate recruitment and hire of international scholars and student interns, and assist with overall departmental business operations, as needed.
Research Technician Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Department of Grain Science and Industry is seeking a motivated, independent, and organized Research Technician to conduct wheat quality and flour & dough tests, manage, and maintain lab equipment/instruments, train and supervise students and lab users, conduct research and fee-for-service projects, collect, and analyze data, prepare report, and perform other duties as requested by the PI. This is a full time, benefits eligible position for 12 months with continuation contingent on the continued funding, satisfactory performance, and the need for the services.
Scholarship Coordinator, Recruitment Awards Manhattan, Kansas Hybrid eligible (partially remote, must reside in US)
The Office of Student Financial Assistance seeks applicants to join our 5-member scholarship team. This position’s primary responsibility is to be the point-person in the awarding of renewable scholarships to newly admitted students and to renew scholarships of continuing students who have met eligibility. Additional responsibilities include the awarding of sponsorships and waivers to students. Close collaboration with campus partners is essential. Strong attention to detail, excellent customer relationship skills, and ability to leverage technology are necessary.
Scholarship Coordinator, Special Populations Manhattan, Kansas Hybrid eligible (partially remote, must reside in US)
The Office of Student Financial Assistance seeks applicants to join our 5-member scholarship team. This position will manage select scholarship programs that require coordination and collaboration with the awarding body. Additionally, the position will be responsible for the awarding/tracking of athletic aid ensuring all NCAA and federal/state regulations are maintained. Also, in conjunction with other members within the unit, this position will award sponsorships and waivers to students.
Research Technician Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
This position is a Research Technician role working on an NIH COBRE center grant awarded to Dr. Kimberly Kirkpatrick. The activities center on the successful management of the Behavioral Neuroscience Core facility and support for investigators working on the center grant. This position will primarily involve animal care and use activities, cage washing, facility cleaning and maintenance, and management of animal care and use records.
Manager Advanced Vet Education Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
In this role, the incumbent will have a primary responsibility for oversight of the Veterinary Certificate Programs with contributions to the College Continuing Education programs. Additional activities may include contributions toward administrative assistance with Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas and student mentorship activities. The primary emphasis of this position will be focus on providing exceptional teaching and assistance in these areas.
Kearny County 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
Kearny County is a two-agent county located in southwest Kansas. The county has a population of 3,891 and is home to two school districts. When fully staffed, the county employs one office professional and two extension agents, who educate the public about agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, and family and consumer sciences. 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 community members and extension colleagues.
Greenwood County Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
Greenwood County is Kansas' fifth largest county in size covering 1,152 square miles of beautiful rolling hills and tallgrass prairie. Just one hour east of Wichita, which is the largest city in Kansas, we are the perfect blend of small-town rural life with big-city access. We have jobs and business opportunities for people from all walks of life. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation 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, and health.
Executive Assistant II Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
This position serves as the Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Human Capital Services reporting to the VP. The executive assistant to the VP works closely with the Vice President, oversees the VP's calendar and scheduling. This position also manages the front reception desk staff, supports HCS leadership to ensure the smooth operation of the office and collaborates as a member of the leadership team to assist with achievement of HCS strategic goals and priorities.
Office Specialist II Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Division of Biology seeks motivated applicants for an Office Specialist 2 position. The employee will provide critical administrative support for a large and diverse unit that excels in research, instructional, and service activities. The employee will serve as receptionist in the Biology Main Office and aid in multiple administrative aspects of daily operations and activities.
Program/Project Assistant Olathe, Kansas On-site requirement
K-State Olathe is recruiting for an Events Assistant. Reporting to the Events Coordinator, this position works with K-State staff and external clients in the planning, promoting, and coordinating of meetings, events, classes and conferences. This position will be exposed to all aspects of event coordination and reception skills at a full-service event facility. It also provides unique opportunities to work directly with food services and programs and facility operations. The incumbent must have the ability to work a flexible schedule, early morning, evenings, and weekends are possible.This position is part-time .75 FTE or 30 hours per week.
Registered Nurse Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Lafene Health Center is looking for a highly dedicated and enthusiastic PRN Registered Nurse.
Registered Nurse Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Lafene Health Center is looking for a highly dedicated and enthusiastic Registered Nurse to oversee the Nurse Triage department.
Agricultural Tech II Research Colby, Kansas On-site requirement
The Northwest Extension Agronomy program at the Kansas State University Northwest Research-Extension Center at Colby, Kansas is looking for An Agriculture Tech II Research. This person will be an integral part in conducting applied research of practical relevance to farmers across the High Plains. The successful candidate will plan and conduct field operations such as planting, harvesting, irrigation, and application; use, maintain, repair, and fabricate agricultural machinery; and assist in the collection of high quality data.
Intern Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The purpose of this internship is to provide experience and training in common laboratory techniques utilized within the KSVDL. This position will allow potential employees to observe different career opportunities that exist within the KSVDL. Interns will gain experience and knowledge through hands on experience with different assays or testing platforms by rotating through or focusing on laboratory sections with different diagnostic testing.
21 Central District Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
21 Central District is comprised of Edwards and Stafford Counties in southcentral/southwest Kansas. A staff of four agents and two support staff serve this small district. There is a culturally diverse population of approximately 2,800 in Edwards and 3,400 in Stafford. We have a strong agricultural community, and this position would strive to meet their needs. This position would focus on agronomy as well as horticulture, livestock production, and farm management.
River Valley District Family Resource Management Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
The River Valley Extension District is comprised of Clay, Cloud, Republic, and Washington counties in north-central Kansas along the Republican River Valley. It is a rural region with a combined population of approximately 27,000 residents in 32 communities. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of research-based educational programming related to family dynamics and financial wellbeing.  Programming may include but is not limited to: financial planning; budgeting and record keeping; consumer credit; senior health insurance counseling; taxpayer education; childcare access; parenting skills; and developing robust family systems.
Research Assistant Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Recruiting participants and scheduling their participation times. Collecting data by running participants in human IRB-approved experiments. Will determine participant eligibility for research studies through screenings. Experiments involve completing computerized tasks (e.g., Physics learning module, pre- and post-tests of learning Physics, interviewing participants about their attention during learning, short questionnaires, measuring short-term memory) while collecting data using eye tracking, webcam, and egocentric head-mounted video camera, and computer mouse. All experiments are non-invasive, minimal risk, and approved by the IRB. The condition is a normal office environment with no hazardous conditions. Pre-processing data using supplied software, and post-processing of data (hand coding of data). Storing participant data on hard drives and the cloud.

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