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Cherokee County Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
Cherokee County is a rural county in the southeast corner of Kansas, bordering Missouri and Oklahoma. Despite being a rural community, there are three larger communities—Joplin, MO; Miami, OK; and Pittsburg, KS—within miles of the county’s borders. Agriculture is the main industry, with grain and livestock production contributing significantly to the county’s economy. There are approximately 750 farms in Cherokee County, with an average farm size of 400 acres. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of research-based educational programming related to agriculture and natural resources. Programming may include but is not limited to: agronomy; livestock production; agricultural economics, management, and public policy; horticultural production and management; and natural resources conservation and environmental stewardship.
Assistant/Associate Professor (Immunology) Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University seeks to expand our expertise in infectious diseases of production animals and host-pathogen interactions by hiring an Assistant Professor or Associate Professor (tenure-track or tenured) with expertise in basic/domestic animal immunology. This position will be a 12-month appointment with approximately 70% research, 20% teaching, and 10% service appointment. The faculty is particularly interested in individuals with demonstrated experience in working across disciplines and collaborating broadly. Highest consideration will be given to candidates who also possess a strong background in cellular and molecular biology with investigations that are potentially synergistic with current College of Veterinary Medicine faculty interests in infectious diseases, vaccinology, inflammation, toxicology, cancer, public health, and food safety.
Reno County Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
Reno County, with a population of 61,516, covers 1,254 square miles in south-central Kansas. Hutchinson is the county seat and home to Hutchinson Community College. It is one of the largest agriculture-producing counties in the state and ranks #1 in the number of farms (1,552) and #3 in the number of acres in production (788,966). There is a growing interest in small acreage homesteading. Reno County 4-H also has a very active livestock program. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of research-based educational programming related to agriculture and natural resources. Programming may include but is not limited to: agronomy; livestock production; agricultural economics, management, and public policy; small-scale farming and homesteading; and natural resources conservation and environmental stewardship.
Assistant Regional Director Other Hybrid and/or Remote eligible (must reside in US)
The Center for Hazardous Substance Research (CHSR) at Kansas State University (KSU) is soliciting applications for two Assistant Regional Directors (Assistant Director IIIs) for its Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program. TAB serves local governments, nonprofits and tribes who are revitalizing their communities by redeveloping brownfields. A special focus is on serving disadvantaged communities. Each selected Assistant Regional Director will help a Regional Director manage and perform technical assistance services to brownfields communities in one of KSU’s four regional service areas (EPA Region 5, 6, 7 or 8). They will supervise teams of staff and paid partners delivering the technical assistance, provide input on a $1M+ annual budget, and support other Center initiatives. Please see the KSU TAB and CHSR web sites for more information about our work.
Regional Director Other Hybrid and/or Remote eligible (must reside in US)
The Center for Hazardous Substance Research (CHSR) at Kansas State University (KSU) is soliciting applications for two Regional Directors (Director IVs) for its Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program. TAB serves local governments, nonprofits and tribes who are revitalizing their communities by redeveloping brownfields. A special focus is on serving disadvantaged communities. Each selected Regional Director will grow, manage, and perform technical assistance services to brownfields communities in one of KSU’s four regional service areas (EPA Region 5, 6, 7 or 8). They will supervise an Assistant Regional Director and teams of staff and paid partners delivering the technical assistance, provide input on a $1M+ annual budget, and support other Center initiatives. Please see the KSU TAB and CHSR web sites for more information about our work.
Plumber Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Housing and Dining Services seeks a qualified applicant for the position of Plumber. In addition to a generous benefits package, the position offers work hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., M-F.
Assistant/Associate Professor in Beef Production Systems Hays, Kansas On-site requirement
The Western Kansas Research and Extension Centers at Kansas State University is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor in Beef Production Systems for a 12-month tenure-track position with a 70% research and 30% extension appointment. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading an integrated and nationally recognized research program in beef production systems that addresses issues relevant to Kansas’ cow/calf producers (conception to harvest). This individual will be expected to extend their research impact by working with an integrated KSU Beef Extension team.
Program/Project Manager I Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for a Program/Project Manager I to coordinate an interdisciplinary research team in 7 states for a FFAR-funded project, Increasing Water Productivity, Soil Carbon, and Sustainability of Integrated Multi-Crop Systems Using Field-Scale Research. Bayer Crop Science is the lead industry partner. Responsibilities will include facilitating external outreach efforts and managing/curating project internal and external web site. The person will also facilitate and provide leadership in organizing and scheduling monthly project conference calls and Advisory Board meetings with the project principal investigators and the project director.
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor - Pharmacology Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Department of Anatomy and Physiology within the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University is seeking a pharmacology faculty member (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor). This is a full-time position with rank and salary commensurate with qualifications. The position is available as (1) a research and teaching appointment (tenure-track/tenured) or (2) a primarily teaching appointment (clinical-track) and may be a 9- or 12-month position based on the applicant. The candidate will be expected to teach pharmacology in the graduate and professional curriculums, and contribute to the service mission of the Department, College, and University. Specific teaching requirements will be tailored to the expertise of the applicant and the needs of the College but it is anticipated that the teaching appointment for this position will be a minimum of 40% for tenure-track and 70% for clinical track. Applicants with the ability to teach additional related biomedical topics, including physiology, are especially desirable. The overall originality and promise of a candidate’s research will be prioritized rather than the candidate’s area of specialization within pharmacology or related fields for tenure-track/tenured candidates. As part of their duties, a tenure-track or tenured candidate will be expected to mentor and train graduate and professional students in an area of the candidate’s expertise and establish and maintain an independent, dynamic, extramurally-funded research program. The Department of Anatomy and Physiology seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our land-grant mission to serve the diverse people of Kansas, to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing and learning.
Inclusion & Equity Specialist (Investigator) Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
This is a full-time 12-month regular Investigator position in the Office of Institutional Equity (OIE). Investigators in this role will thoroughly, impartially, and expeditiously investigate and review complaints of discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, retaliation, and other complaints falling under K-State’s nondiscrimination Policy. This includes any complaint that may fall under Title VI, VII, and/or IX. This also includes review of complaints that may additionally fall under ADA and Section 504. Lead Investigations in terms of reviewing assigned complaints, coordinating with the Investigative team members to meet with complainants, respondents, and witnesses. This also includes administrative tasks that include, but are not limited to, analyzing and synthesizing information obtained, writing review reports, and maintaining accurate case files. Opportunities for developing and presenting training and education to the campus community. Kansas State University is committed to fostering a diverse student, faculty, and staff environment that is rooted in respect and fair practices. OIE is engaged in ensuring the university adheres to the laws, regulations, executive orders, and other applicable polices that uphold this guiding principle.
Admissions Representative Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Based in Manhattan, KS, this Admissions Representative serves as a spokesperson for the university to the general public with the goal of attracting new undergraduates (freshmen and transfer) to K-State by driving interest, applications and enrollment. This position will work on-campus in the Berney Family Welcome Center and will focus recruitment efforts throughout the state of Kansas as well as some out of state areas.
Extension Ag Economist- KFMA NC Abilene Other On-site requirement
The Kansas Farm Management Association (KFMA) North Central is seeking applicants to fill the role of an Extension Agricultural Economist in our Abilene, KS office. The responsibilities of an Extension Agricultural Economist are varied but center around providing education and consultation to KFMA member farms in the area of farm business management. KFMA Economists strive to provide cooperating farms with resources to make informed financial, production, and tax management decisions.
Professor of Practice Manhattan, Kansas Hybrid and/or Remote eligible (must reside in US)
The K-State Social Work Program invites applicants to apply for a 9-month, yearly renewable, term position as a Professor of Practice for the 2024-2025 academic year. The position will support expanded teaching and development of K-State online BSW program. We are searching for a skilled and passionate instructor with knowledge of distance education practices. Responsibilities for this position include teaching seven to eight courses per year in core Social Work Content, limited advising, and departmental and university service.
River Valley District 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
The River Valley District is comprised of Clay, Cloud, Republic, and Washington counties in north-central Kansas. It is a rural region with about 27,000. This position will collaborate with the district’s second 4-H youth development agent to develop, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive 4-H program for school-aged youth in cooperation with local community members and extension colleagues. The primary focus of this position is youth development, along with adult volunteer development; youth education program development; membership growth and participation; and community partnership expansion.
Cherokee County 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Other On-site requirement
Cherokee County is a rural county in the southeast corner of Kansas, bordering Missouri and Oklahoma. There are three larger communities—Joplin, MO; Miami, OK; and Pittsburg, KS—within miles of the county’s borders. 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. The primary focus of this position is youth development, along with adult volunteer development; youth education program development; membership growth and participation; and community partnership expansion. The extension office has a strong relationship with local school districts and an ongoing school enrichment program. 4-H youth development programs are highly valued by the people of Cherokee County.
Senior Associate Athletics Director for Business/CFO Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
SR ASSOC ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR BUSINESS/CFO: Manage all accounting functions of K-State Athletics to include accounts payable, receivable, purchasing, and financial reporting; oversee the accounts payable system, invoice system and check writing, annual audit processes, and prepare monthly sales tax reports; formulate entire KSA budget each fiscal year; hire, train and supervise two full-time employees in business accounting area; and senior administrator over the KSA Information Technology and Human Resources departments.
Assistant Professor, Electronic Resources Librarian Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The electronic resources librarian will work collaboratively to deliver innovative solutions for the management and expansion of electronic resources and serials. Serving as a functional lead for the management of e-resources throughout the entire e-resources lifecycle, the successful candidate will leverage technologies and collaborate with staff to solve problems, maintain efficient workflows and ensure proper metadata for e-resource content.
Director, Conflict of Interest and Conflict of Time Manhattan, Kansas Remote required (must reside in US)
This position leads and develops K-State’s Conflict of Interest/Conflict of Time (COI/COT) program to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations. The incumbent works under the direction of the Division of Risk and Safety with additional reporting responsibilities to the University Research Compliance Office and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.
Program Manager for the Rural Grocery Initiative Other Remote required (must reside in US)
The Program Manager for the Rural Grocery Initiative within K-State Research and Extension will serve an integral role in supporting the team's mission to sustain locally-owned rural grocery stores to enhance community vitality and improve access to healthy foods. This role will assist in planning events, identifying, developing, and sharing resources that support grocers and rural communities.
Medical Intern-Shelter Medicine Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Veterinary Health Center within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Shelter Medicine Intern. Medical internships at the Veterinary Health Center are post-DVM clinical programs. Interns work for 12 months in a variety of services.

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