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Agricultural Tech II Research Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The K-State Agronomy Sorghum Genetics and Molecular Breeding Program is looking for an Agricultural Technician II Research to work in field and greenhouse research activities. This individual will manage field maintenance, planting, and harvesting in field and greenhouse operations for plot-based research and breeding experiments.
Budget/Fiscal Officer I Salina, Kansas Hybrid eligible (partially remote, must reside in US)
Kansas State University Aerospace and Technology Campus in Salina is seeking an experienced Budget/Fiscal Officer to oversee and manage the campus budget, revenues, and expenses.
Laboratory Technician Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Soil Testing Lab is looking for a temporary Laboratory Technician to be a part of a team that will process farmer and research soil and plant samples.
Biosafety Animal Technician Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The purpose of this position is to provide operational support for research in a animal biosafety level 3 agriculture (ABSL-3Ag) facility including work with livestock infected with pathogenic agents. This individual will assist the supervisory Animal Suite Manager with broad support and coordination of activities associated with infectious disease research and food safety 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 ABSL-3Ag research projects, assisting with coordinating animal space use assisting with technical procedures involving animals as required for research projects., decontaminating spaces 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. The position will require work on weekends as needed to fulfill research schedules on a shared shift schedule with other employees. Total hours will not typically exceed 40/week with equivalent week days off when weekend work is necessitated.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University seeks a Fellow (Post Doc) to provide leadership on data analysis for the Digital Tools consortium.
Research Engineering Technologist Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The research engineering technologist position will : • Assemble and rework electronic PCBs • Construct prototype electronic systems • Maintain lab, lab equipment, and supplies • PCB CAD schematic entry and layout
Biosecurity Maintenance Specialist Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Responsibilities include complex building automation and management systems that control and monitor BRI’s physical plant operations associated with requirements for bio-containment and continuation of operations. The incumbent may direct others involved with the BMS, controls and associated tasks related to said systems. The incumbent maintains a system control database that is used for overall bio-containment approaches to building systems operation. The incumbent serves as the technical resource for adjustments and modifications to the building management computer system in accordance with policies and programs of the BRI. The duties adhere to best practices of the bio-containment industry as well as innovation to address specific needs that will serve as bio-containment operations benchmarks. All activities and programs are to fulfill compliance requirements for local (City of Manhattan, KS), State, Federal and Kansas State University policies, procedures, codes and regulations affecting bio-containment and facility operations of the BRI.
Scenic Designer - Professor of Practice Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Scenic Designer - Professor of Practice Full time 9-month Regular Non-Tenure position
Teaching Assistant Professor Manhattan, Kansas Hybrid eligible (partially remote, must reside in US)
The Department of Applied Human Sciences, within the College of Health and Human Sciences, is currently seeking a 9-month Instructor or Teaching Assistant Professor to join their on-campus team. This position will be responsible for teaching and advising students in the Early Childhood Education program. This non-tenure track position will report directly to the Department Head.
Lead Custodial Specialist Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Serve as a lead custodial specialist for a cleaning team that makes our facilities sparkle and shine. Duties include "hands-on cleaning" and assisting with training, scheduling, organizing and reviewing work of other team members. Work hours are 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., M-F.
Food Service Worker Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Food Service Workers make good food and service happen for K-State students. This benefits eligible position functions as part of a FUN cohesive team providing meals in a Residence Hall Dining facility. Duties relating to service or production may be assigned. Work shifts may vary.
Lock System Specialist Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The door of opportunity is open for a skilled locksmith to join Housing and Dining Services, Facilities Management team. A commitment to the locksmith trade, customer service, and personal integrity are critical for success.
Career Coach Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The College of Business Administration is looking to hire a Career Coach to work in the Student Success Center. The career coach will leverage industry-related experience and connections to provide individual guidance to College of Business students as they evaluate career paths and pursue internship or full-time employment options. In collaboration with CBA faculty and other partners, career coaches provide an added level of support necessary to prepare business students for career success in a highly competitive environment. Career coaches also serve an important role to develop and maintain meaningful relationships with CBA employers to expand opportunities for current and future students.
Academic Counselor - Football Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
ACADEMIC COUNSELOR--FOOTBALL: Primary objective includes support and encouragement of student-athlete commitment to their educational opportunity and degree completion. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: development and implementation of comprehensive academic advising, monitoring and support services for student athletes in a specific sport(s) to ensure their degree requirements and educational needs/goals are met. Advise student-athletes on such matters as course and major selections, class attendance, academic priorities, grades, NCAA eligibility, and career opportunities. Develop and maintain academic records and reports, as it relates to matriculation and initial/transfer eligibility status, classroom attendance, review of academic and satisfactory progress, as well as APR projections of assigned teams on semester and annual basis. Work closely with Specialized Learning/Tutorial Program staff to ensure proper academic support for each student athlete based on individual needs and levels of academic skill. Promote and facilitate academic compliance with applicable University, Big 12 Conference and NCAA standards and legislation.
Office Specialist III Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Office Specialist will provide administrative support to the 4-H Youth Development Leader, provide website updates and maintenance, distribute communications to 4-H partners statewide and serve as the office manager for the State 4-H Office in Manhattan, KS. The Office Specialist will supervise a Program Assistant and student employees.
Research Associate Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The purpose of this position is to assist researchers with conducting experimental projects and support laboratory daily management in the Cognitive Neuroscience Core.
Assistant Professor Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
The Department of Geology at Kansas State University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Sedimentology, beginning August 2024.
Research Assistant Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Department of Grain Science and Industry is seeking a motivated, independent, and organized Research Technician to conduct wheat quality and flour & dough tests, manage, and maintain lab equipment/instruments, train and supervise students and lab users, conduct research and fee-for-service projects, collect, and analyze data, prepare report, and perform other duties as requested by the PI. This is a full time, benefits eligible position for 12 months with continuation contingent on the continued funding, satisfactory performance, and the need for the services.
Program Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas On-site requirement
Kansas State University College of Agriculture seeks a full-time Program Coordinator to provide administrative support to interdisciplinary research programs housed in the College of Agriculture. The College of Agriculture and K-State Research and Extension is committed to its role as a premier agricultural research institution. Multi-disciplinary research teams of students, faculty and staff work together to address scientific and economic challenges; promote innovation; and educate a new generation of researchers ready to assume leadership roles in agricultural-related fields. The Program Coordinator will have a key role in supporting multidisciplinary research teams and public-private partnerships as the university extends its research portfolio in agriculture. K-State is also a very internationally engaged university, having formed long-term research and capacity building partnerships with foreign institutions and US government partners, including the US Agency for International Development, US Department of Agriculture, US Department of State, and the Feed the Future Initiative. The College of Agriculture has successfully led four USAID-funded Feed the Future Innovation Labs over the past decade. Kansas State University was recently awarded the Management Entity for the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Climate Resilient Cereals funded by USAID. The Program Coordinator will have an opportunity to play a key part in the start-up process of this new Innovation Lab.
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.

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