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Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Additive Manufacturing for Energy Transport Applications Laboratory (AMETAL) group managed by Dr. Scott M. Thompson. The AMETAL group focuses on metals additive manufacturing (AM) thermal modeling, AM process monitoring and control, nuclear irradiation effects on AM materials, the design of heat exchangers for AM, and more. The current project related to this position is sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and also involves collaboration with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Dr. Dong Lin is a co-investigator on the project and will aid in co-advising the Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The goal of this project is to use sophisticated X-ray imaging and other monitoring devices to better understand how laser processing parameters (e.g. intensity profile, power, scan strategy) affect keyhole generation and subsequently pore formation. The selected candidate should have strong technical and writing skills and may need to travel to conduct experiments.
Veterinary Nurse - Small Animal Surgery (Veterinary Health Center) Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Health Center (VHC) within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a Small Animal Surgery Veterinary Nurse. This position exists to assist with providing quality veterinary procedures for client/teaching/research animals in the VHC. This is a position primarily assigned to provide assistance with Small Animal Surgery on a daily basis, whether it is to enhance help for a busy receiving or surgery schedule, to assist with teaching, or to help with a research project. Assignment will be made by the supervisor.
KSCAC Hybrid College Adviser Other
Kansas State College Advising Corps (KSCAC) is part of a national consortium, College Advising Corps (CAC). CAC is an independent non-profit organization that works to increase the rates of college enrollment and completion among low-income, first-generation college, and underrepresented high school students.
Accounting Specialist Manhattan, Kansas
The Division of Biology seeks motivated applicants for the position of Accounting Specialist. This role provides essential, day-to-day accounting support for a the Division. The Division of Biology is a diverse department which excels in the areas of academics, research and service. Areas of responsibility for this position includes accounts payable, accounts receivable, travel processing, purchasing, fixed asset management, account reconciliation and financial reporting.
Post Rock District Family and Community Wellness Extension Agent Other
Post Rock District is comprised of Jewell, Lincoln, Mitchell, Osborne, and Smith Counties in north-central Kansas. A staff of six extension agents and eleven support staff serve this district’s combined population of 18,662. We are a vibrant district with vigorous in-person and digital educational outreach. We have a history of community health partnerships and an exciting future with opportunities to collaborate to meet community nutrition and wellness needs.  Neighbors wave at each other on the highway, teachers take pride in developing quality schools, and there are several recreational lakes and parks within the district. Post Rock District is also home to thriving community development organizations who prioritize building physically active communities. Make a difference alongside us! Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. Agents are jointly responsible to the director of K-State Research and Extension (represented by a designated administrator) and the local extension board. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of research-based educational programming to build healthy, sustainable communities, families, and individuals. Programming will be conducted with volunteers and extension colleagues to: strengthen families and individuals; promote food security and physical activity; provide consumer and food handler Food Safety Training; improve individual and community health and wellness; and lead volunteer development.
Cherokee County Family and Community Wellness Extension Agent Other
Cherokee County Extension employs three agents and two program assistants. The county has a population of approximately 20,000 residents and is home to five school districts. Cherokee County is located in the extreme southeast corner of the state and borders both Oklahoma and Missouri. Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. Agents are jointly responsible to the director of K-State Research and Extension (represented by a designated administrator) and the local extension board. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of research-based educational programming to build healthy, sustainable communities, families, and individuals. Programming will be conducted with volunteers and extension colleagues to: strengthen families and individuals; build community capacity; promote individual and community health and wellness; and lead volunteer development.
Office Specialist II Parsons, Kansas
This position provides general administrative support to the head of the Eastern Kansas Agricultural Research Centers and plays a pivotal role in the smooth operation of the Agricultural Research Center at Parsons. Responsibilities and duties are among the most diverse and important of the classified positions at the center and essential to accomplishing its research mission
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 Director for Residence Life and Leadership Programs Manhattan, Kansas
The Assistant Director for Residence Life and Leadership Programs is a live out position, responsible for oversight of one or more residence halls and leadership programming. Collaborates with on campus partners to ensure the academic needs of residents are met.
Assistant Director, Residence Life and Equity and Inclusion Manhattan, Kansas
Housing and Dining Services seeks qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Director, Residence Life and Equity and Inclusion to serve as part of a dynamic leadership team to provide student housing, services and programs promoting and supporting the academic achievements of Kansas State University students. This position is responsible for the department’s equity and diversity initiatives as well as oversight of several residence hall operations.
Pre-Professional Advising Center Advisor/Recruitment Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
Kansas State University’s inaugural Pre-Professional Advising Center seeks an advisor/recruitment coordinator who is engaged and committed to applying advising and recruitment best-practices within a collaborative, diverse, inclusive and supportive environment that prepares students to become competitive professional school applicants. Housed in Student Success, this Center provides specialized advising to all students, serving prospective students, current students, and alumni on how to achieve their health and law professional-school goals. We provide guidance and programing to encourage students to explore and prepare for a competitive application to professional school programs such as law, medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, dental, occupational therapy, nursing, veterinary medicine, and more.
Recycling Landscape Technician I Manhattan, Kansas
The Recycling Landscape Technician I is responsible for the removal of excess waste and recyclable materials across campus, enhancing the overall beauty of the university.
Program/Project Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
The Mike Wiegers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is seeking enthusiastic and energetic individuals who are interested in assisting with and advancing the research and educational activities of the department. The position will involve assisting department faculty with proposal preparation and project management tasks such as reports, meeting organization, and relevant graphics, social media and web content development. Project specific activities may include coordination and communication across research groups to ensure projects remain within schedule, and defined budgets.
Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention Specialist Manhattan, Kansas
The Office of Student Life is seeking a Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention Specialist. The Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention Specialist will be responsible for managing prevention education on sexual and relationship violence for the university. The Prevention Specialist will oversee K-State's bystander intervention program, Wildcats Make a Pact, and assist in developing a comprehensive prevention plan. They will also take part in managing outreach and awareness events.
Fellow (Post Doc) Manhattan, Kansas
The department of Diagnostic Medicine and Pathobiology is seeking applicants for a Fellow (Post Doc). The Fellow (Post Doc) will be responsible for conducting research in identification of protective Japanese Encephalitis Virus (JEV) antigens, formulation of prototype vaccines, and conducting efficacy studies in pigs. Additional area of research will involve mapping B cell epitopes for potential use in development of diagnostic test that would be a good fit for differentiation of infected from vaccinated animals. Some efforts will also be directed at the optimization of EliSpot readouts for quantification of JEV-specific granzyme B-positive T cells by intracellular staining. The research project will utilize multiple live vector platforms, and studies will be conducted in commercial swine at BSL2/3 levels. Previous hands-on experience in molecular and cell biology, immunology, vaccinology, and animal husbandry is required.
HR Representative Manhattan, Kansas
The College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for an HR Representative. This position exists to ensure an efficient and effective recruitment strategy for candidates of the College of Veterinary Medicine, this includes finding new and creative ways to source positions, meeting with candidates to ensure their questions are answered and determining ways to create a better candidate experience in the future. This position is also responsible for onboarding new employees of the CVM by processing paperwork, ensuring proper training is completed and assisting employees in getting around the CVM on their first days of employment.
Communications and Marketing Assistant Manhattan, Kansas
The Communications and Marketing Assistant will join a dynamic team within the Animal Sciences and Industry Department to assist various personnel with recruitment; communications with youth, current and future students, stakeholders, and ASI personnel; youth activities; and events. The position will assist in marketing and recruiting for ASI through assisting in providing effective communication for ASI, involvement as necessary with off campus recruiting efforts and providing support and assistance with ASI youth activities and events. This person will be a primary point of contact with the ASI Mentors group to guide their participation in recruitment and other ASI activities. In addition, they will assist in developing and maintaining websites, social media platforms, newsletters, publications, videos and other marketing materials for the department. They will also assist with other projects and be an effective team player.
Accountant II Manhattan, Kansas
The Kansas Artificial Breeding Service Unit (KABSU) is a unit within the AS&I department of Kansas State University.  KABSU is a bovine reproduction center providing reproductive resources to livestock producers throughout Kansas and adjoining States. KABSU evaluates bull fertility (BSE), collects and processes bovine semen both on site and in the field and maintains a cryogenic semen storage facility for all animal species. KABSU provides both domestic and international shipping of KABSU storage inventory and breeding products.
Caretaker - Large Animal (Temporary) Manhattan, Kansas
The Veterinary Health Center within the College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a temporary Caretaker in Large Animal. This position exists to provide quality animal care to patient, teaching and research animals in the KSU-VHC. The schedule for this position will be Thursday – Monday 8:00am- 5:00pm including holidays.
Student Programs Coordinator Manhattan, Kansas
This part time position has flexible hours for 16 hours they will be working each week.

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