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Assistant Scientist Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for an Assistant Scientist who will work within the K-State wheat breeding program. This individual will have responsibility for field operations, including experimental design, planting, data collection, harvest and data analysis, as well as greenhouse operations such as planting, harvesting and crossing. The person is also expected to coordinate Fusarium head blight screening efforts in collaboration with personnel in the department of Plant Pathology.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for a post-doctoral Fellow to work on genomic/bioinformatic aspects of research intended to facilitate, characterize and utilize introgression of new traits into wheat from wild relative and unadapted materials. This person will work closely with K-State and USDA-ARS personnel to understand introgression of new diversity from wild relatives into wheat with a focus on yield, disease resistance and quality related traits and also facilitate and characterize yield associated genes from outside the adapted gene pool.
Human Capital Special I Manhattan, Kansas
The Human Capital Specialist I position is vital to administrative operations of the Department of Agronomy. This position is responsible for all recruitment processing in PageUp, by guiding and advising Hiring Managers to fill Faculty, Unclassified and USS positions. Serves as HRIS Timekeeper to process time and leave, ensuring that all employees are paid each pay period. Prepares hire documents for temporary hires. Oversees and supervises main office reception functions.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Agronomy seeks a Post-Doc to support the scientific mission of the PI. The individual will conduct research on integrating mycorrhizal symbiosis on the allocation and storage of C belowground, soil aggregation and soil health. The objectives are to determine: 1) the role of mycorrhizal symbiosis on soil aggregation; 2) the impact of mycorrhizal symbiosis on C and N cycling; 3) the overall effect of mycorrhizal symbiosis on soil health. A series of complementary greenhouse and field studies will include experimental manipulations of mycorrhizal fungi, phosphorus on soil C and N cycling use stable isotopic techniques.
Assistant Climatologist Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Agronomy at Kansas State University seeks applications for the role of Assistant Climatologist. The successful candidate will disseminate climate information and data to stakeholders in the State of Kansas. As a focal point for numerous local, state, and federal agencies, the selected candidate will provide climatological perspective on current events as well as meteorological and climatological data to support decisions impacting water management, agriculture and other economic activities in Kansas. The selected candidate must be able to work in a multi-cultural environment and create a work environment that fosters collegiality, diversity and teamwork.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University seeks a post-doctoral Fellow position to support research efforts related to the Farming Systems team. The applicant for this position will be part of a large, multi-university, collaborative consortium focused on developing digital tools with the regional focused in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. A successful applicant should have familiarity with geospatial data and an ability to develop and use geospatial resources drawn from a variety of sources including remote sensing, global map products, and point biophysical and socioeconomic data. This may include knowledge of remote sensing, GIS, spatial statistics, data analytics, experise in coding, or related areas. This postdoctoral position will also involve close collaboration with researchers, policymakers, and agronomists in target regions to co-design digital tools. A successful applicant for this position will have both technical ability and a strong background in agronomy and data science as well as an interest in working closely with the end-users of the data generated in this work.
Project Data Manager Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Agronomy seeks a Project Data Manager to support the scientific mission of the USDA-NIFA funded Rainfed Agriculture Innovation Network (RAIN) project. This is a multi-institutional interdisciplinary research program spanning Kansas, Oklahoma, and Maryland. The Data Manager facilitates data sharing and organization within the project and works with the project’s investigators to design and deliver data products. Data generated from this project will have temporal, spatial, and tabular components. This position will work with students, postdocs, staff, and faculty. Expertise in relational databases, and geospatial data is required. Emphasis of the position is placed on curation of complex datasets, development of collection tools, and facilitating their use for research scientists.

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