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Research Assistant Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (KSVDL) is seeking applicants for a Research Assistant. The personnel in this position will conduct tests in the rabies laboratory including the performance of rabies antibody analyses on human and animal sera including serum neutralization and ELISA assays, the interpretation and reporting of serological and diagnostic results, and maintaining the quality system through documentation, review, and trend analysis for all tests as well as corrective action reports and ensuring the quality of test results. The person in this position will also assist with program operations including monitoring quality control data, accuracy of test result entry, SOP precision and necessary updates, monitoring supplies usage and timely ordering.
Pharmacy Technician Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Health Center (VHC) within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Pharmacy Technician. This position is responsible for providing assistance with daily operations of the Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center Dispensary. A primary mission of the Veterinary Health Center is to provide medical services for teaching, research, and clients within the surrounding area. The Dispensary is critical to providing medications to support this mission.
Animal Medical Technologist Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for an Animal Medical Technologist. This position will perform tests in the Clinical Pathology Laboratory; perform clinical analyses on animal body fluids and tissues, interpret and report results, and maintain the quality system through document reviews, trend analysis for all tests as well as corrective action reports and ensuring the quality of test results. The expectation is to have flexible work hours when demand/program requires it and a responsibility to our Quality Program.
Assistant or Associate Professor Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Clinical Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University, invites applications for an assistant or associate professor (clinical or tenure track) in Zoological Medicine / Exotic Pet Medicine. Applicants must hold the DVM or equivalent degree and have completed all requirements needed to take the relevant specialty board examination. Preference will be given to individuals with board certification/eligibility in the American College of Zoological Medicine or other related specialties.
Academic Program Specialist Manhattan, Kansas
The College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University is seeking applicants for an Academic Program Specialist. This position coordinates and manages daily operations and provides assistance to the Assistant Dean of Admissions and the Recruitment Coordinator for the College of Veterinary Medicine. This position is an initial contact person for inquiries from the public, unit administrators, faculty, staff, applicants and visitors to the college. This position is responsible for the daily operations of the traditional applicants, early admission applicants and transfer applicants. The individual must exercise good judgment in prioritizing and multi-tasking in a busy environment.
Program/Project Associate Manhattan, Kansas
The department of Diagnostic Medicine and Pathobiology within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Program Associate. The purpose of this position is to coordinate support functions for the CEZID program to ensure that goals and objectives are accomplished in accordance with established priorities, timelines, funding restrictions, or other specifications. May provide budget support for the assigned program or project. The position will also assist with arrangements for special guests and visiting scholars and communicate arrangements to the visitor and associated parties. In addition, this position will assist with publishing newsletters, publications, posters, and reports for distribution to the public in support of the Center on Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (CEZID). This will also involve assistance with maintaining a project database and website along with the sorting, filing, retrieval, and purging of office records and the organization of electronic documents. General administrative duties will also be assigned as needed. Work involves completing several steps and processes and analyzing multiple sources of data to identify facts and take required actions. In addition, this position requires the ability to work flexible hours for example periodically working evenings and weekends to support a conference or workshop.
Assistant Chief Flight Instructor Salina, Kansas
Kansas State University Salina is seeking Assistant Chief Flight Instructors to join its growing Aviation team! The Assistant Chief Flight Instructor position is responsible for FAR 141 training activities and following Flight Operations policies and procedures.
Development Post Graduate Intern Manhattan, Kansas
DEVELOPMENT POST GRADUATE INTERN: Development Post Graduate Interns will be responsible for assisting in the day-to-day operations of the Ahearn Fund, including, but not limited to: assisting with all aspects of the annual giving program, fundraising events, premium seating, capital campaigns, day-to-day operations of the development office, communication and graphic design, and other duties as assigned; evening and weekend work is required as well as some travel. This position will also work directly with other K-State Athletics administrators to get a full scope of the business operations of a Power 5, Division 1 intercollegiate athletics department where special projects will be assigned.
Ticket Services Post Graduate Intern Manhattan, Kansas
TICKET SERVICES POST GRADUATE INTERN: Is a local agency, hourly, unclassified position that will assist the Assistant Director of Ticket Operations in ensuring consistent daily operations of the KSA Ticket Office. This is a temporary benefit eligible full-time position for up to 24 months.
TRIO Program Services Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
The TRIO McNair Scholars Program is currently seeking a hire for Program Services Coordinator. The Program Services Coordinator is a 100%, 12-month position, which reports directly to the Program Manager for the McNair Scholars Program. This position is responsible for coordinating McNair Scholar engagement in professional development opportunities external to the program, planning program events, and leading campus outreach and recruitment activities. This person will teach seminars relating to navigating norms of academia and will be the key contact for McNair Explorers, a program that helps prospective participants engage in professional development through high impact engagement in partner programs during the first and second year of their bachelor's. This position will advise prospective students, track recruitment and applicant evaluations, and maintain records relating to program events (receipts, agendas, attendance, etc.), records of student travel, and contacts with students discussing professional development goals and planning.
Department Head – Department of Civil Engineering Manhattan, Kansas
This position reports to the dean of the College of Engineering and has a strong working relationship with the dean and senior leaders in the College of Engineering. The department head is responsible for the administration of all programs and budgets of the department. The department head works with faculty, staff, and students to deliver outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs, fosters research efforts of the highest quality, and maintains productive relationships and development activities with alumni, industry partners, and government agencies.
Residence Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
The Community Coordinator provides leadership and supervision for a multicultural population of 250 to 650 students within the residence halls or the Jardine Apartments. The coordinator’s primary function is to direct and oversee the operations of residential communities. This position may involve the staffing and supervision of 5-18 resident assistants or residential learning assistants and 0-3 graduate assistant coordinators. The CC is the primary leader within their community for student conduct proceedings and student success and retention initiatives. Duties include student development, training, advising student groups, facilities management, professional development, administrative and managerial responsibilities. The CC assesses, contributes to and oversees the implementation and enhancement of student learning outside the classroom through programmatic opportunities. Additionally, the CC engages in and facilitates conversations around equity and inclusion with student staff and peers. This position is supervised by an Area Coordinator.
Assistant Professor Crop Science Manhattan, Kansas
12-month, tenure-track faculty position with 70% teaching and 30% research appointment The Agronomy Department at Kansas State University is seeking an Assistant Professor to develop an exemplary, innovative teaching and research program in crop science. Primary teaching responsibilities consist of an introductory course in crop science that includes a laboratory (AGRON 220) in fall and spring semesters, a plant and seed identification/seed analysis course (AGRON 350) in spring, and one additional course in their area of expertise. Teaching responsibilities also include coaching the Crops Judging and NACTA Contest Teams, youth programming and recruitment, undergraduate advising, and advising the departmental undergraduate student club associated with the national organization (SASES) within ASA/CSSA/SSSA. The incumbent is expected to integrate their teaching responsibilities with an externally-funded research program in their area of expertise, training graduate students, and publishing peer-reviewed scholarly work in both research and teaching/learning. The research focus can include any discipline within agronomy and should capitalize on opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration as part of the university’s strategic initiatives in Food and Agriculture Systems Innovations and in Digital Agriculture and Advanced Analytics. The candidate must be able to work in a multicultural setting and create an environment that fosters collegiality, diversity, and teamwork.
District Forester - NE District #1 Other
The Kansas Forest Service is looking for a full-time, term position as the District Forester of a 10-county district in Northeast Kansas. This position is responsible for providing rural forestry technical assistances to owners and managers of the region's rural forest resources including woodlots, windbreaks, and shelterbelts. This position will also establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with federal, state and local natural resource agencies and organizations on forestry related programs.
Donor Relations and Gift Processing Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
DONOR RELATIONS & GIFT PROCESSING COORDINATOR: Supervise two full-time positions. Manage data entry; manage all development data bases; generate reports for various inter-departmental offices including Ticket Office, Fan Experience and Sales, Business Office and also KSU Foundations; and process all gifts to the Ahearn Fund. Serve as the front line for all customer service support to the Ahearn Fund and manage external communication to Ahearn Fund donors. Will work various events as required.
Teaching Assistant Professor Manhattan, Kansas
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction is seeking applicants for a Teaching Assistant Professor (1.0 FTE, term, 9-month) to teach courses as appropriate and facilitate international collaboration with K-12 schools in Latin America. The position works closely with and supports the mission of the Global Education Outreach office housed within the department.
Executive Director of Campus Planning and Project Management Manhattan, Kansas
The Executive Director of Campus Planning and Project Management serves as the University architect. Develop the University’s capital projects in collaboration with university leadership and ensure their successful completion by monitoring the projects and prevention of time delays and cost overruns. Manage the University’s large capital project program including responsibilities for the planning, design and construction of new and renovated capital project, cost control and recommended delivery method.
Research Technician Olathe, Kansas
Assist a faculty member in conducting research projects in the area of vegetable production at the Olathe Horticulture Center, which is located at 35230 W. 135th St. in Olathe, KS. Research project implementation involves designing and implementing high tunnel, open-field, and greenhouse experiments. This position will oversee the day-to-day management of all the research projects that are being conducted. They will work with and train students and staff on farming practices and ensure that research activities are successful. Activities in the area of vegetable production include production planning, seeding, transplanting, and grafting for transplant production in the greenhouse. Field and high tunnel activities include implementing and maintaining high tunnel and field experiments such as irrigation, fertigation, pest management, harvesting and data collection.
Seasonal Worker, Temporary Manhattan, Kansas
Seasonal summer work to assist full-time staff with duties related to building and/or grounds maintenance. Work is performed under close supervision.
Admissions Representative (Nebraska) Other
Based in Omaha, Nebraska, this Admissions Representative serves as a spokesperson for the university to the general public throughout Nebraska and some of Missouri with the goal of attracting new undergraduates (freshmen and transfer) to K-State by driving interest, applications and enrollment.

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