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Intern - Diagnostic Medicine Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The purpose of the position is to offer quality of after-hours testing performed by the clinical pathology laboratory while at the same time train veterinarians who want to advance their diagnostic skills and/or those who are hoping to pursue advanced training in the field of veterinary diagnostic medicine. The successful candidate is one with an interest in veterinary diagnostic medicine, has excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to arrive to perform afterhours tests within 20 minutes of being paged. This internship will help prepare and assist interns in preparation for residencies, in any diagnostic field, particularly clinical or anatomic pathology.
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.
Assistant Scientist Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for an Assistant Scientist in soil fertility. The successful candidate will facilitate and help conduct soil fertility field research at multiple locations. Duties will include planting, fertilizing, spraying, sample and data collection, and harvesting field trials with corn, soybeans, wheat, sorghum and other crops. Other related duties will include operating and maintaining field equipment, collecting and managing data, supervising undergraduate student workers, assisting graduate students, and communicating with cooperating farmers. Design, build and implement analyses in lab and field environments using scientific techniques and specialized equipment. Create an environment that fosters diversity, collegiality and the ability to work in a multicultural setting.
Animal Technician II Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
This position is responsible for the daily operation and preventive maintenance of the feed equipment. This person has the responsibility of mixing feed to specific standards. Failure to perform satisfactorily may result in loss of milk production, animal death, and inaccurate research results..
Engineering Technician Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Department of Agronomy at Kansas State University is hiring an Ag Research Equipment Technician to work at the Agronomy Farm in Manhattan, Kansas. This position performs varied, skilled mechanical work to fabricate, repair, and maintain equipment used in agricultural research.
Landscape Technician Lead Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Lead Landscape Technician position will provide horticulture knowledge for completion of Grounds tasks, assistance in general Grounds maintenance, and leading other tech II’s in their general duties.
Research Technician Other On-site requirement
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is looking for a Research Technician to assist in the operation of the Kansas River Valley Experiment Field near Topeka. This individual would work closely with the agronomist-in-charge stationed at the Kansas River Valley Experiment Field, and the Assistant Scientist, temporary/part-time employees, researchers and graduated students from KSU in conduction field research related primarily to irrigated corn, soybean, and wheat production.
Biosafety Animal Technician Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
This individual will assist the supervisory Animal Health Officer with broad support and coordination of activities associated with infectious disease research and food security studies. Responsibilities include waste management, decontamination, adherence to animal welfare regulations, assisting research teams in project planning and operational logistics, and training research staff on procedures, protocols and equipment operation. Duties include report generation, database inputs and user interface, work with large animals (livestock) and small lab animals (rodents and rabbits) in BSL-3 and ABSL3-Ag research projects, assisting with coordinating animal space use, assisting with technical procedures involving animals as required for research projects, decontaminating spaces and equipment and equipment with specialized technologies, and removal and decontamination of waste via alkaline hydrolysis tissue digestion equipment and autoclave sterilization. Position also supports necessary coordination for unique biocontainment areas used in food safety and security studies. Position requires evening/night, weekend, and/or holiday swing shifts as well as a variable on-call schedule as required to provide 7 days/week, 365 days/year animal care coverage.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
We seek an enthusiastic colleague to help lead an experiment co-designed by The Nature Conservancy and researchers at Kansas State University. The experiment will assess the effectiveness of “virtual fence” technology to control cattle grazing locations with the aim of improving conditions for grassland birds, and improving stream health including water quality, stream macroinvertebrates, and streamside vegetation. The post-doctoral fellow will be jointly supervised by Dr. Alice Boyle and Dr. Walter Dodds (K-State Biology) and collaborate closely with Tony Capizzo (The Nature Conservancy; Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve) and managers from the partner ranch.
Research Aide Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Division of Biology seeks field technicians for the collection of data on research projects. The technician will collect and record field data electronically on locations and habitat use by turkeys in remote areas.
Assistant Professor Quantitative Genetics Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is seeking an Assistant Professor, 12-month, tenure-track faculty position with 80% research and 20% teaching appointment, to develop a strong, innovative research and teaching program in theoretical Quantitative Genetics with focus on developing novel statistical and quantitative modeling approaches to genomic and phenomic data collected in crop genetics and breeding programs. This position will apply these models for understanding the genetic mechanisms underlying variation in major agronomic traits, including but not limited to crop adaptation and productivity, and apply these models for predictive breeding to accelerate development of improved crop varieties. This position will be expected to collaborate with crop breeding, genomics, and phenomics teams to apply machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to leverage large-scale datasets for mechanistic understanding and trait prediction under changing environments. This position is expected to develop collaborative ties to programs across departmental and college boundaries. The incumbent will develop new courses for graduate students in application of advanced modeling approaches, including machine learning and AI, to crop improvement. The incumbent will develop graduate level courses to support the teaching mission of the Department of Agronomy, Interdepartmental Genetics Program, and College of Agriculture in the area of quantitative genetics. The developed courses will provide training opportunities for graduate students in one or more of the following areas: 1) crop quantitative genetics, 2) application of AI-based methods to crop genetics and breeding, 3) modeling crop genotypes, development, and physiology in relationship to the target selection environment.
Assistant Forester (District Fire Management Officer) Other Hybrid eligible (partially remote, must reside in US)
Kansas Forest Service is hiring two full-time positions as District Fire Management Officers within the KFS Fire Program. These positions help the Fire Program to meet the needs of fire departments and communities we serve by being the direct contact for the program to the fire departments and related organizations within their assigned district. They will help provide training, direct incident support, and have the opportunity to more effectively pursue relations with those we serve. The location for these positions is flexible within the NW, SW, and SE district and they are eligible to work remote in a hybrid/partial capacity.
Clinical Assistant Professor Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Department of Applied Human Sciences, within the College of Health and Human Sciences, is currently seeking a 12-month Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor (non-tenure track) to join the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) program. This position will teach professional coursework, provide clinical supervision, contribute to the coordination of the CSD program, and contribute to the broader missions of the department and college.
Clinical Pathology Locum Instructor Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (KSVDL) is seeking board-certified or residency-trained clinical pathologists to provide locum support for part of or all the dates from January 22-26th, 2024. The locum will be responsible for the review of cytology samples, secondary review of select hematology cases, and consultation on clinical chemistry, urinalysis, and serum protein electrophoresis, as needed. The locum will provide daily support to interns on cases. Salary is $5000.00 per week or $4000.00 per week plus travel expense reimbursement.
Fellow (Post Doc) Colby, Kansas On-site requirement
The full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate will be an integral part of the Northwest Agronomy team at the Kansas State University Northwest Research-Extension Center, Colby, Kansas. This individual will have leadership responsibilities for the day-to-day operations of multiple research projects that are focused on improving nitrogen use efficiency in dryland cropping systems and reducing nitrogen losses to N2O greenhouse gas emissions and NH3 volatilization. These projects are part of a DOE supported SmartFarm project and a FFAR AgMission project. This individual will take a lead role in the analysis and publication of data resulting from the many aspects of these projects while also being involved in field operations. In addition, the individual will have the opportunity to become involved with a diverse set of projects that include corn, sorghum, wheat, dry beans/pulses, cotton, and other crops in the context of dryland and limited irrigation production systems. Opportunities for involvement could include field operations and data collection, data processing and analysis, publication of peer-reviewed manuscripts, and grant submissions.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions- Biomanufacturing Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Kansas State University (K-State) is hiring up to twelve new faculty members at all ranks and in multiple disciplines to enhance our research and instruction strengths that support the growing biomanufacturing industry in the region through innovation and workforce development. These faculty will bring innovative research and learning that complements our established reputation in agriculture, biosciences, biosecurity, engineering, and veterinary medicine. As an example of this strength, K-State is leading an NSF Engines Development Award for “Advancing biosecurity, biodefense, and biomanufacturing technologies” and is a member of the Kansas City Inclusive Biologics and Biomanufacturing Tech Hub recently designated by the EDA.
Department Head Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The College of Agriculture at Kansas State University (K-State) invites nominations and applications for the Head of the Department of Grain Science and Industry position. The college seeks an experienced individual to provide leadership and administrative oversight for excellent instructional; research; diversity, equity, and inclusion; and extension programs in the department. The department head will lead the completion of planning and oversee the initial occupancy of the new Global Center for Grain and Food Innovation, the centerpiece of the $210 million Agriculture Innovation Initiative at K-State.
Assistant or Associate Professor Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
We are seeking applicants for a 12-month, tenure-track position (40% Teaching, 60% Research) at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor (commensurate with experience) that will contribute primarily to our teaching and research missions in dairy foods processing within the Animal Sciences and Industry Department (ASI). The ASI Department is a national leader in teaching, research and outreach focused on animal and food sciences.