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Fellow (Post Doc) (Diagnostic Medicine Pathobiology - Plum Island Animal Disease Center) Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology is seeking applicants for a Fellow (Post Doc) for independent research involving viruses such as influenza, Foot and Mount Disease Virus, African swine fever virus, Rift Valley fever virus, Vesicular Stomatis Virus and other select agents. This position will require the individual to move to New York State and work at Plum Island Animal Disease Center (PIACD) for several months to years for ongoing animal research studies.
Radiologic Technologist Manhattan, Kansas
Lafene Health Center is looking for a highly dedicated and enthusiastic temporary, part-time Radiologic Technologist.
Academic Advisor Manhattan, Kansas
The Academic Advisor is responsible for providing individual advising to approximately 350 undergraduate students studying Human Development and Family Science. This position advises students concerning their academic plans, progress, and academic and career goals in order to assist the students in making personal education decisions and meeting graduation requirements. The advisor will be expected to interpret student needs and provides individualized service and assistance while maintaining confidentiality. The Academic Advisor will be expected to engage in professional development trainings, coordinate and oversee recruitment plans, and meet with prospective students. The Academic Advisor should be familiar with other majors (Communication Sciences and Disorders, Early Childhood Education, and Personal Financial Planning), minors (Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies, Financial Counseling, and Financial Planning), certificates (Conflict Resolution, Kansas Insurance), and graduate programs (Applied Family Science, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Couple and Family Therapy, Family and Community Services, Lifespan Human Development, Personal Financial Planning and Youth Development) within the School of Family Studies and Human Services. The Academic Advisor will be expected to provide advising support to students interested in the minor and certificate programs within the School of Family Studies and Human Services.
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.
Equipment Post Graduate Intern (K-State Athletics) Manhattan, Kansas
EQUIPMENT POST GRADUATE INTERN: Assist the Head Equipment Manager with the KSA equipment budgets for all assigned sports; maintenance, ordering and inventory of all athletic equipment; coordinate setup of equipment and supplies for practices and competition; transportation of athletic equipment and supplies; ensure availability of equipment support for visiting teams and game officials; oversee the equipment managers for all assigned sports; oversee the Nike orders and inventory for all assigned sports; and ensure adherence to policies and procedures regarding the distribution of equipment for all assigned intercollegiate sports, to include fitting and issuance of equipment. Must be able to work evenings and weekends.
Operations Technician Manhattan, Kansas
Core duties for this position include: Preventive Maintenance –Perform scheduled routine preventive maintenance on all building automation; Building Automation Systems – Make all necessary repairs and component replacement on building automation systems. This includes DDC and pneumatics – Develop graphics for the EBI Honeywell System; Project Development – Participate and assist with startup and verification of new projects to ensure successful operational functionality and testing of mechanical systems is achieved; and Energy Management DDC control system – Uses DDC control drawings for direction in installing components on air handling equipment, large pumps, chillers, variable frequency drives, damper control, and other various equipment.
Office Specialist II Manhattan, Kansas
This position provides administrative support to the Department Head, faculty, staff and students as it pertains to policy and procedures. Provides competent and comprehensive administrative support in the areas of public relations, communication, Information Technology, advising, enrollment and course scheduling for graduate and undergraduate programs and studies, daily department program administration and data processing.
Applications Developer I Manhattan, Kansas
The selected candidate will work independently to manage existing databases and web servers that disseminate critical Kansas Mesonet/Office of the State Climatologist weather data. They will focus on maintaining, developing and designing additional tools utilizing this data. Selected candidate will also consult with team/user groups to increase applications of the data, implement research, quality control/assure data and support metadata. Receptiveness to feedback improving products and thorough documentation of code is vital to the position. The candidate must be able to work in a multi-cultural setting and have a strong commitment to promoting diversity in the workplace. Selected candidate must also flourish in a team environment.
HVAC Technician Manhattan, Kansas
Journey level knowledge of the HVAC trade including refrigeration and air conditioning work heating systems including electric, gas fired heat pump, steam, and hot water. Knowledge of electronic control service and repair.
Fellow (Post Doc) (Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology) Manhattan, Kansas
The Center for Outcomes Research and Epidemiology (CORE) within Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology – College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Fellow (Post Doc). The purpose of this position is to provide training and research support to the center and collaborate on the ongoing and developing research initiatives including NBAF research collaborations.
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.
Fellow (Post Doc) (Diagnostic Medicine / Pathobiology) Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Fellow (Post Doc.) The postdoctoral fellow will be responsible for conducting ongoing research in identification of protective African Swine Fever Virus antigens, formulation of prototype vaccines, and conducting efficacy studies in pigs. Additional area of research will involve defining novel protective BVDV epitopes, testing efficacy and cross-protection of novel BVDV mosaic antigens in cattle. Some efforts will also be directed at the development/optimization of Lateral Flow diagnostic tools and EliSpot readouts of interest for which there is no commercial products in the market. The on-going USDA and NIH supported research projects will utilize multiple live vector platforms, and studies will be conducted in commercial swine and cattle at BSL2/3 levels.
Animal Technician II Manhattan, Kansas
This position is milking, feeding and caring for dairy cows on a daily basis. Duties included are: setting up milking equipment, puts cows into the milking stalls, attaches milking equipment to the animals and milks the cows. This position will also sanitize equipment before and after each milking session. Check the compressor, milk line and pump, and make sure bulk storage tank is operating before, during and after each milking. Inspect feed bunks, seeping in feed and feeding hay when needed. Rake manure from free stalls and levels free stall surfaces each shift. Feeding replacement heifers, cleaning calf hutches, weighing calves, assisting with vaccinations, dehorning, castration, and clipping extra teets. Recognizing common health problems of the cows is essential, like mastitis. Then taking the correct treatment. Observing "heat" or estrus in also very important. Excellent communications skills with other faculty, graduate students, hourly students and staff.
Accountant III Manhattan, Kansas
This position ensures university externally sponsor project funding is appropriately monitored and accounted for within the guidelines set forth by the sponsor, and compliance with federal, state and university sponsored guidelines and regulations pertaining to grants administration.
Office Specialist II Manhattan, Kansas
This position exists to manage all business and financial transactions including secretarial, clerical, inventory, and accounting required for the operation of KABSU. The incumbent should be able to communicate well and project a positive image with clients and worker peers. Incumbent should be professional and courteous in answering the phone and dealing with clients. Skilled use of personal computers and printers. Experience with word processing, good office practices, knowledge and ability to apply correct bookkeeping practices (fluent in Quick Books) and accuracy using a calculator. Be a self motivated employee and a team player.
Custodial Specialist (Evening) Manhattan, Kansas
The Division of Facilities at Kansas State University is seeking Custodial Specialist. The Custodial Specialist should have knowledge of cleaning buildings in a commercial setting including the use of large rotary floor machines and self propelled scrubbers and burnishers preferred. Knowledge of applying disinfectants desired. Ability to communicate effectively is a must. Physical exertion is considered moderate. Hours are from 3pm - 11:30 PM.
Agricultural Technician II Manhattan, Kansas
The Agricultural Technician II is part of the Housing and Dining Services grounds team who provide a safe, well maintained, aesthetically pleasing grounds for the campus community. Regular work hours are 8 am-5 pm OR 7:30 am-4:00 pm.
Associate Athletics Director for Business Operations (K-State Athletics) Manhattan, Kansas
ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR BUSINESS OPERATIONS: Responsible for managing all accounting functions of K-State Athletics to include accounts payable, receivable, purchasing and financial reporting; oversees the accounts payable system, invoice system and check writing, annual audit processes, and prepared monthly sales tax reports; responsible for formulating entire KSA budget each fiscal year; hires, trains and supervises two full-time employees in the business accounting area; and is senior administrator over the KSA information technology, human resources and facilities/capital projects areas.
Office Specialist II Manhattan, Kansas
The Office Specialist II provides administrative support to the K-State Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering (KAWSE). Manage financial accounts, process payments, and reimbursements, and ensure that appropriate business procedures are followed. Provide administrative support to Executive Director and Program Coordinator. Assist Program Coordinator with planning and implementing workshops and programs.
Research Technician Manhattan, Kansas
The Integrated Genomics Facility (https://www.k-state.edu/igenomics/) in the Department of Plant Pathology is searching for a Research Technician with experience in molecular biology techniques. The successful candidate will provide next-generation DNA sequencing service to facility clients, maintain records of experiments conducted, place orders for chemicals and other laboratory supplies as needed to maintain stocks. The candidate will provide assistance to first-time users of Genomics Facility equipment and software and help with organization and teaching of workshops sponsored by the Genomics Facility. After an initial training period develop the relevant skills in the techniques involved. Attend and participate in meetings associated with the work of the facility. Possess a working knowledge of safety standards for chemical and biological laboratories. Create an environment that fosters diversity, collegiality and ability to work in a multi-cultural setting.

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