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Agricultural Technician II Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Kansas Forest Service is currently hiring four full-time Agricultural Technician II positions to be a part of a Tech Team. The Tech Team will implement forestry-related tasks throughout the State of Kansas and will work under the direct supervision of the Tech Team Lead. Additional assistance and oversight will be provided by KFS field staff (district foresters, district fire management officers, and the forest health coordinator) to collect urban tree inventories, identify and monitor forest health threats, remove invasive species, measure and mark timber stands enrolled in conservation programs, wildland fire management, wildlife habitat improvement, collect viable seed, and assist with KFS grounds and Arboretum maintenance tasks. Training, guidance, and equipment will be provided for each of these tasks. The Tech Team will work a schedule of Monday-Thursday, 7:30am – 6:30pm each week. This is a great opportunity to explore the many programs and services offered by the Kansas Forest Service and work across the State of Kansas.
Research Assistant Olathe, Kansas On-site requirement
A Research Assistant position is now available in the Urban Food Production and Postharvest Handling Lab within the Department of Horticulture and Natural Resources at Kansas State University based at the KSU Olathe Campus. The selected candidate will work with Dr. Pliakoni and the Urban Food Production and Postharvest Handling team to perform fresh produce and hemp analysis for research and service.
Assistant Professor of Park Management and Conservation Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Applied Park Sciences lab in the Department of Horticulture & Natural Resources is seeking an Assistant Professor of Park Management and Conservation (70% Research, 30% Teaching) to establish a nationally recognized, externally funded research program in park management and conservation and/or natural resource management. Mentorship of graduate students is expected. The position will support the undergraduate program in park management and conservation by teaching approximately six credit hours per year, advising undergraduates, and co-advising a student club.