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Assistant Director of Mental Wellness & Sport Psychology (K-State Athletics) Manhattan, Kansas
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MENTAL WELLNESS & SPORT PSYCHOLOGY: Provide individual counseling, crisis intervention, and consultation to student-athletes; provide educational workshops and programming; consult with other University offices to aid in the student-athletes' academic success; and make appropriate referrals when necessary.
Ware Washer Manhattan, Kansas
Ware washers work 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. OR 4:00 p.m -9:00 p.m. as part of a team providing dining experiences in a residence hall dining center. Will perform duties relating to food safety and sanitation including general cleaning tasks. May assist with food production and service as needed.
Coordinator for Special Populations Recruitment (Office of Recruitment and Admissions) Manhattan, Kansas
K-State's Office of Recruitment and Admissions is hiring for a Coordinator for Special Populations Recruitment. This role uses a personalized approach, to engage in a high-touch customer service model to directly assist prospective and admitted undergraduate students.
Assistant Director -Transfer Recruitment (Office of Recruitment and Admissions) Manhattan, Kansas
K-State's Office of Recruitment and Admissions is hiring for an Assistant Director -Transfer Recruitment. This position will oversee the university’s efforts in developing and implementing a strategic recruitment plan that increases the enrollment of new transfer, nontraditional and military-affiliated undergraduate students.
Pharmacy Intern (Veterinary Health Center) Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Health Center Dispensary at Kansas State University is currently looking to hire a Pharmacy student intern (ideally an incoming first year student that would stay on for the duration of their pharmacy schooling). This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in veterinary pharmacy or anyone looking for a change from human pharmacy.
Anesthesia Emergency Clinician (Clinical Sciences) Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Health Center (VHC) at Kansas State University invites applications for a clinical, term appointment as Anesthesia Emergency Clinician (AEC). The primary responsibility for this position will be to contribute to after-hours emergency care for VHC patients requiring general anesthesia. Candidates must hold a DVM degree or equivalent and have experience with general anesthesia and/or emergency practice in veterinary patients. Continuing education or advanced training in emergency care and/or veterinary anesthesia is desirable but not a requirement for this position. Salary will be commensurate with experience. The AEC will work with senior faculty, house officers, technical staff, and veterinary students. The distribution of effort for the AEC will be predominately after-hours clinical service with the opportunity to contribute to lecture and laboratory teaching.
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Soft Tissue/Orthopedic Surgery Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Clinical Sciences and the Veterinary Health Center, College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University invites applications for a tenure- or clinical-track, assistant/associate/full professor position in small animal general/orthopedicsurgery.  Applicants will be considered for employment at the rank of assistant, associate, or full professor based on academic experience. Time will be allotted for ACVS/ECVS Board preparation for non-boarded applicants.  The position will be part of an experienced team including surgical staffing of 5 ACVS-boarded surgeons, 4 surgical residents in addition to dedicated technical staff.
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Clinical Sciences and the Veterinary Health Center, College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University invites applications for a tenure- or clinical-track, assistant/associate/full professor position in small animal orthopedic surgery.  Applicants will be considered for employment at the rank of assistant, associate, or full professor based on academic experience. Time will be allotted for ACVS/ECVS Board preparation for non-boarded applicants.  The position will be part of an experienced team including surgical staffing of 5 ACVS-boarded surgeons, and 4 surgical residents in addition to dedicated technical staff.
Research Technician Manhattan, Kansas
This position will oversee the daily health and care of facility housed animals, and ensure that the facility complies and operates according to USDA APHIS, NAAB AND CSS guidelines. This position will manage IACUC, KDHE and University safety protocols, supervise the maintenance of the facility and assist with the daily bull collection schedule both on the KABSU premise along with field service.
Storeroom Manager (Biology) Manhattan, Kansas
The Division of Biology seeks a Storeroom Manager to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Biology storeroom.
Fan Experience and Sales Post Graduate Intern (K-State Athletics) Manhattan, Kansas
FAN EXPERIENCE AND SALES POST GRADUATE INTERN: Direct oversight of the development and implementation of all marketing, advertising, group tickets and sales plans for three assigned sports (volleyball, baseball and soccer) with a focus on increasing attendance and revenue. In addition, assist with sales reporting and analysis to help the department make fact-based decisions.
College Adviser (Kansas City, Wichita, or Southwest Kansas) Other
Kansas State College Advising Corps (KSCAC) is hiring for multiple, full-time, College Advisers for Kansas City, Wichita, or Southwest Kansas. The College Adviser assists by providing guidance and encouragement needed for the students to navigate the college admissions and financial aid processes. College Advisers aim to help students find a “best-fit” post-secondary opportunity in order to increase the likelihood of post-secondary success in college or career. Additionally, advisers create and foster a college-going culture by engaging administration, teachers, and staff to help build an environment that encourages and supports college attendance and completion. The advisers are available to assist all students and families.
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) for independent research including but not limited to viruses such as Influenza, African swine fever, Vesicular Stomatitus, Rift Valley Fever and other select agents under both BSL-2 and BSL-3 bio-containment conditions. Duties would include planning and conducting experiments; writing and editing manuscripts/articles; establishing procedures and techniques; and provide educational guidance to students. This position is part of a very busy, successful research team whose main goal is to develop rationally designed vaccines and diagnostics against high-consequence foreign animal, emerging and zoonotic disease threats. The position requires the individual to display critical thinking and independent judgement as it relates to ongoing and new molecular, viral research with direct guidance from the Research Science Manager and Primary Investigator. The research is conducted at the BSL2 and BSL3 level of containment and utilizes several select target animal models such as pigs, cows, chickens and mice. The position requires the acquisition and maintenance of a DOJ Select Agent clearance.
Child Development Lead Teacher (Center for Child Development) Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Applied Human Sciences, within the College of Health and Human Sciences, is seeking a Child Development Lead Teacher to join their team at the Center for Child Development. The lead teacher is responsible for instructing children in a positive and professional learning environment using activities that promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for elementary school. This position exercises active listening, instructing, reading comprehension, learning strategies, writing, social perceptiveness, time management, monitoring, and critical thinking skills; and requires substantial communication with children, parents, and other staff members to facilitate a safe and stimulating learning environment. This position reports to the Center’s Assistant Director.
Extension Nutritional Assistant Other
The Extension Nutrition Program, within K-State Research and Extension, is currently seeking two full time Extension Nutrition Assistants. The Extension Nutrition Assistants will provide nutrition education to low-income families with young children and youth as part of the goals and objectives of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP). This position provides nutrition education to enrolled families and youth on a daily basis and tailors the content to suit the needs of each client. The position requires strong interpersonal skills in order to effectively recruit and retain program participants and develop collaborative partnerships with community agencies. The Extension Nutrition Assistant reports to the Shawnee County EFNEP Extension Agent.
Data Analyst Manhattan, Kansas
The College of Education is seeking applicants for a Data Analyst. As part of the Dean’s Office, the position will provide data analysis and reporting to support initiatives of student success, resource management, accreditation, program review and strategic planning. This position works closely with college personnel to support data needs and ensure accuracy of data. The analyst is responsible for extracting, developing, and analyzing college and program level data sets. Responsibilities also include summarizing data, preparing information for distribution, presenting and explaining information and findings. Successful candidates will have a strong consultative skillset and be able to develop professional relationships with units in the College and others across campus in order to understand processes and needs, and use this knowledge to develop responsive data reports.
Kingman County Family and Community Wellness Extension Agent Other
Kingman County is a two-agent county, located 45 miles west of Wichita on US Highway 54. Kingman County has a population of 7,853. Kingman is the county seat with approximately 3,200 people. Agriculture is a major source of income. There are also several large manufacturing businesses. Kingman County has two school districts, Kingman-Norwich and Cunningham. The districts have three public elementary schools, one preschool through eighth grade parochial school, and three high schools. Kingman County has a strong 4-H Program with five community clubs and three project clubs with over 195 members. Extension agents are community based faculty of Kansas State University who make a difference by connecting community needs with university resources. Agents are administratively responsible to the local extension director and the local extension board. This position will provide primary leadership for the development and implementation of research-based educational programming to build healthy, sustainable communities, families and individuals. Programming will be conducted with volunteers, other community vitality and family and consumer sciences professionals at the local, regional and state level. Programming may include but is not limited to: strengthening families and individuals, building community capacity, family and community health and wellness, and local volunteer development.
Reno County 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Other
Reno County, with a population of 61,998 covering 1,254 square miles, is in South Central Kansas. Hutchinson is the county seat and home to Hutchinson Community College. The county has 28,495 households and fourteen communities. There are six school districts within the county. Three additional agents serve Reno County in the areas of agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences and horticulture. Reno County's 4-H program serves 350 members in ten clubs and four county project groups. Extension agents are community based faculty of Kansas State University who make a difference by connecting community needs with university resources. Agents are administratively responsible to the local extension director and the local extension board. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive 4-H youth development program for school-aged youth in cooperation with residents, community organizations, and extension colleagues. The primary focus of this position is youth development, specifically in the areas of school enrichment, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Math) programming, and continued work to identify additional groups to serve.  This position will also have shared oversight for community club and project management, support volunteer development, and will provide support for local, state, and national 4-H events.
Wabaunsee County Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent Other
Wabaunsee County is located in the beautiful Flint Hills between Manhattan and Topeka in Northeast Kansas. The office employs an Agriculture & Natural Resources agent and a Family & Consumer Sciences agent and one Office Professional / 4-H Program Assistant. Livestock production is a prominent industry in Wabaunsee County, resulting in the county population of 6,800 being outnumbered by head of livestock. Extension agents are community based faculty of Kansas State University who make a difference by connecting community needs with university resources. Agents are administratively responsible to the local extension director and the local extension board. This position will provide primary leadership for the development and implementation of research-based educational programming related to agriculture and natural resources. Programming will include but is not limited to: agronomic and livestock production, agricultural economics, livestock nutrition and facilities, horticultural production and management, agricultural management and public policy, natural resources conservation, and environmental stewardship.
Clinical Pathology Locum Instructor (Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory) Manhattan, Kansas
The Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (KSVDL) is seeking board certified or residency-trained clinical pathologists to provide locum support between January 2022 to August 2022. Scheduling within these dates will be flexible with a preference for 1-4 week blocks. The locum will be responsible for 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 residents while they complete their clinical responsibilities.

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