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Admissions Representative (Minneapolis) Other
Based in Minneapolis, MN, this Admissions Representative serves as a spokesperson for the university to the general public primarily in the metropolitan area with some travel to other cities in the region. The goal is to attract new undergraduates (freshmen and transfer) to K-State by driving interest, applications and enrollment.
Admissions Representative (Dallas/Ft. Worth) Other
Based in Dallas/Ft.Worth, TX, this Admissions Representative serves as a spokesperson for the university to the general public primarily in the metropolitan area with some travel to other cities in Texas. The goal is to attract new undergraduates (freshmen and transfer) to K-State by driving interest, applications and enrollment.
Program/Project Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Plant Pathology’s Wheat Genetic Resource Center is seeking a full-time Project Coordinator to support projects in wheat genetics, breeding, and wheat-pathogen interaction. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and maintaining project activities associated with genetic analysis of agronomic traits in wheat and its wild relatives, organizing project meetings, preparing materials and reports related to project activities, coordinating germplasm, sample and data exchange among participating partners, and supporting personnel recruitment and training efforts.
Electrician Salina, Kansas
Kansas State University's Aerospace and Technology Campus in Salina is seeking an experienced Electrician to join its Facilities team. Employee will be responsible for all types of electrical tasks, including installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment, light fixtures, elevators, emergency lighting, fire panels, building wiring, voltage lines, etc.
KSN Scholarship Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
This position serves as the primary individual tasked by the university in managing and guiding the awarding of K-State Foundation sourced forms of student scholarships. The individual serves as the university’s designated steward of its third party, scholarship management system on a day-to-day basis.
Recruitment Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas, Other
The Staley School of Leadership Studies is hiring for a Recruitment Coordinator, this position will administer all recruitment activities for the School. The Recruitment Coordinator will play an essential role in promoting the School’s mission and the benefits of leadership studies’ academic and co-curricular programs to prospective, admitted and current students, and the campus community. The Recruitment Coordinator will engage a diverse audience of prospective students that includes traditional, non-traditional, transfers, non-degree-seeking, military, working professionals, life-long learners and more. This is at full time 12 month Term position. This role is to be based in Manhattan, KS and is eligible for a hybrid remote schedule.
Coordinator of Customer Service Manhattan, Kansas
This position is responsible for coordinating efforts that allows the Office of Recruitment and Admissions (ORA) to deliver high quality, timely and responsive customer service via phones, email, chat, mailings, and walk-in traffic.
Assistant Director for Enrollment Management Central Manhattan, Kansas
The Assistant Director for Enrollment Management Central (EMC) is responsible for the supervision, day to day management of operations, functions, and staff associated with the EMC as well as the development and implementation of various projects. The EMC acts as the front counter and provides support for the main units within the Division of Enrollment Management (Office of Recruitment and Admissions, Student Financial Assistance, and the Office of the Registrar).
Infant/Toddler Program Coordinator (Early Childhood Disabilities) Other
The Kansas Institute for Early Childhood Education and Research (KIECER) and Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities (KCCTO) teams, within the College of Health & Human Sciences, are looking to hire an Infant/Toddler Program Coordinator (Early Childhood Disabilities). This position will work on a statewide professional development and technical assistance project in the area of childcare and early education, focusing on supporting individuals and programs around inclusion and children with disabilities. The Infant/Toddler Program Coordinator will oversee activities by the sub-recipient and have leadership responsibilities that include managing the planning and coordination of infant/toddler program activities while ensuring the implementation of determined policies and practices. Additional responsibilities include the development of, contribution to, and dissemination of materials specific to evidence-based practices in childcare and early education. This also includes ongoing communication and connection with program staff, directors, and state partners (i.e., DCF, KDHE, and Links to Quality) in providing an individualized support and education system to work towards and providing increased infant/toddler quality care and capacity.
Infant/Toddler Program Coordinator (Early Childhood Mental Health) Other
The Kansas Institute for Early Childhood Education and Research (KIECER) and Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities (KCCTO) teams, within the College of Health & Human Sciences, are looking to hire an Infant/Toddler Program Coordinator (Early Childhood Mental Health). This position will work on a statewide professional development and technical assistance project in the area of childcare and early education, focusing on early childhood mental health consultation. The Infant/Toddler Program Coordinator will oversee activities by the sub-recipient and have leadership responsibilities that include managing the planning and coordination of infant/toddler program activities while ensuring the implementation of determined policies and practices. Additional responsibilities include the development of, contribution to, and dissemination of materials specific to evidence-based practices in childcare and early education. This also includes ongoing communication and connection with program staff, directors, and state partners (i.e., DCF, KDHE, and Links to Quality) in providing an individualized support and education system to work towards and providing increased infant/toddler quality care and capacity.
Academic Services Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
Kansas State University, Office of the Vice Provost of Student Success, is seeking a part-time Academic Services Coordinator who is passionate about improving the experiences and outcomes of students historically underrepresented in higher education. The Student Success Academic Services Coordinator will work with a cross-functional team at K-State dedicated to creating a Community of Connection for underrepresented minority (URM) students. Our aim is to build a critical infrastructure to expand and coordinate the important but currently diffuse initiatives at K-State intended to support URM student success in STEM and other disciplines. We have an initial inventory of over 70 programs designed to support URM students at the university. Some of these programs are funded by corporate donations, some by federal grants, and others are tied to university budgets. There are significant administrative, tracking, reporting and evaluation demands. By creating a comprehensive, coordinated, and integrated system of support for underrepresented minority (URM) students across the student lifecycle, we anticipate great success in attracting and retaining a talented and diverse student body. The Student Success Academic Services Coordinator’s primary duties involve identify potential funding streams, determining an appropriate process for applying or seeking out funding, as well as identifying other individuals who might help with the application process.
Graphic Designer Manhattan, Kansas
This graphic design position supports the visual identity of Kansas State University through design. This position, housed in the Division of Communications and Marketing, serves a wide variety of clients across the institution, including the Offices of the President and Provost, academic colleges and departments, student success units, student life units and more, with primary focus on new student recruitment design needs for the Office of Enrollment Management and the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. The successful candidate will be creative, results-oriented and collaborative with other design team members, marketing staff, video staff and the university’s web services team. The graphic designer will also meet with clients to understand their goals and ensure design solution work to achieve them. This position reports to the Creative Director within the Division of Communications and Marketing.
Kingman County 4-H Youth Development 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 lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive 4-H youth development program for school-aged youth in cooperation with local residents and extension colleagues. The primary focus of this position is youth development, adult volunteer development, youth education program development, expanding partnerships, and participation and membership growth. Programming will include but is not limited to: supporting community clubs, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create new program opportunities with existing and new community partners.
Kingman County Agriculture and Natural Resources 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 related to agriculture and natural resources. Programming will include but is not limited to: agronomic and livestock production, agricultural economics, management and public policy, horticultural production and management, natural resources conservation, and environmental stewardship.
Senior Integrations Developer Manhattan, Kansas
The Senior Integrations Developer will provide mentorship and support to their teammates for our enterprise integrations needs through creative, innovative, and timely solutions. This position will assist in the development of data integration procedures across large, complex, and multiple systems through data movement solutions. These solutions will comprise of data system optimization by searching for effective data gathering techniques to support business functions and production operations. Our team culture empowers you to take ownership of your work and its outcome. This is an opportunity for self-motivated individuals to work with a highly innovative team. We are looking for candidates who can work collaboratively to resolve problems and have a high tolerance for complexity and ambiguity. Different skill sets may be emphasized as dictated by current priorities requiring the incumbent to be adaptable. You must have a good understanding of data streaming/messaging and integrations related tools and technologies. While this is a hands-on technical role, you will be expected to take charge of problems, and take the initiative to design and deliver solutions. We expect the team to have a strong desire to learn, research and apply modern technologies and methods as needed. We are looking for candidates who enjoy mentoring teammates and developing those around them.
Wild West District 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Other
Wild West District consists of Haskell, Seward, and Stevens Counties in Southwest Kansas. The district has a combined population of 31,824. Offices are located in Sublette, Liberal, and Hugoton. When fully staffed, the district employs seven Extension agents and three office professionals. There is a strong 4-H youth development program with 205 members and great potential to expand this program. 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 local residents and extension colleagues. The primary focus of this position is youth development, adult volunteer development, youth education program development, expanding partnerships, and participation and membership growth. Programming will include but is not limited to: supporting community clubs, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create new program opportunities with existing and new community partners.
Assistant Director, Recruitment Manhattan, Kansas
The Assistant Director for the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering reports directly to the Assistant Dean of Recruitment. Primary responsibilities include coordination and implementation of programs and activities related to relationship building and recruitment of prospective students for the College of Engineering. This position will also assist in the development of the College Recruitment Plan and identify marketing and recruitment opportunities to promote quality, diversity, and inclusiveness within the student body. Availability for some evening and weekend events is required. This position will also help with orientation and enrollment strategies related to recruitment.
Human Capital Specialist I Manhattan, Kansas
The Human Capital Specialist I position supports Resource Center and Operations section within Human Capital Services by ensuring accurate employee data in the Human Resource Information System, serving as a liaison for designated departments.
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.
Broadcast Network Technician Manhattan, Kansas
This unclassified professional non-exempt position is primarily tasked with providing design, installation, maintenance and technical support for internal and external IP-based network and workstation systems for the division and specific university clients, including dedicated broadcast and office systems. Secondary tasks include acting as engineer-in-charge (EIC) for division and athletics production events, hosting IP-based teleconferences (hybrid and virtual-only) and performing limited video production duties (close-captioning and digital signage). This position will require occasional weekend and evening work.

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