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  • 22 Jun 2017 8:00 AM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    Environmental Scientist III. $82,326.40 - $104,374.40 Annually. Closes 7/12/17.

    Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County

    Seattle, Washington

    The Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County (WA) has an exciting opportunity for an advanced environmental science professional.

     

    The Environmental Scientist III join the program’s four member Research Team, who provide technical, social, and library science support throughout the program. The position will apply a high level of technical knowledge, communications skills, and innovative thinking to advance the program’s mission. Examples of duties include:

    • ·         Conduct and apply research to help reduce human and environmental exposure to hazardous chemicals.
    • ·         Provide scientific guidance to improve the health of historically underserved individuals and communities.
    • ·         Collaborate with local and national strategic partners to advance the program’s interests.
    • ·         Stay up to date on the latest evidence on chemicals of concern.

     

    About the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program (LHWMP):

    LHWMP is an inter-jurisdictional partnership with a mission to protect and enhance public health and environmental quality by reducing exposure to hazardous materials. 

     

    For questions about the position, please contact Alice Chapman, Hazardous Waste Unit Supervisor, at Alice.Chapman@kingcounty.gov or 206-263-1195.

    For questions about the recruitment process, please contact Erika Yanak, Human Resource Analyst, at Erika.Yanak@kingcounty.gov  or at 206-477-0320.

    King County and LHWMP strongly value workforce diversity, and candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. 

  • 15 Jun 2017 7:26 AM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    Alachua County Board of County Commissioners

    Civil Engineer II

    $58,397.66 - $93,550.08 Annually

    Closing Date: 06/30/17

    Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, public works engineering, environmental engineering, mechanical engineering or a closely  related engineering field  and  three years related professional engineering experience.  Must possess a valid Florida Driver License.  Engineer Intern (EI) Certification required at the time of employment.  Applicants within six months of meeting the minimum education/experience may  be considered for trainee status.

     

    Please apply on-line at http://www.alachuacounty.us/employment. Please direct inquiries regarding this position to (352) 374-5219.

    Applicants with disabilities will be accommodated in the application process.
    Preference in initial appointment will be given to eligible veterans and spouses of disabled veterans.
    ALL OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
    OF A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST

     

    TDD users, please call 711 (Florida Relay Service)


    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M.F.V.D.

    Pursuant to Florida’s open records law, applications and resumes are subject to public disclosure.

  • 15 Jun 2017 7:26 AM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    Alachua County Board of County Commissioners

    Engineering Technician

    $36,297.87 - $56,261.50 Annually

    Closing Date: 06/30/17

    Graduation from high school or equivalent and two years civil engineering, road design, computer operations, drafting, survey, or road construction inspection experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.

     

    Please apply on-line at http://www.alachuacounty.us/employment. Please direct inquiries regarding this position to (352) 374-5219.

    Applicants with disabilities will be accommodated in the application process.
    Preference in initial appointment will be given to eligible veterans and spouses of disabled veterans.
    ALL OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
    OF A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST

     

    TDD users, please call 711 (Florida Relay Service)


    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M.F.V.D.

    Pursuant to Florida’s open records law, applications and resumes are subject to public disclosure.

  • 31 May 2017 2:57 PM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    Alachua County Board of County Commissioners

    Waste Collection Manager

    $55,458.62 - $88,841.38 Annually

    Closing Date: 06/16/17

    Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, public works engineering, environmental engineering, environmental science, business administration, public administration, social science or related field and three years progressively responsible professional and administrative waste collection experience, including one year of supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Applicants within six months of meeting the minimum education/experience requirement may be considered for trainee status.

     

    Please apply on-line at http://www.alachuacounty.us/employment. Please direct inquiries regarding this position to (352) 374-5219.

    Applicants with disabilities will be accommodated in the application process.
    Preference in initial appointment will be given to eligible veterans and spouses of disabled veterans.
    ALL OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
    OF A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST

     

    TDD users, please call 711 (Florida Relay Service)


    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M.F.V.D.

    Pursuant to Florida’s open records law, applications and resumes are subject to public disclosure.

  • 31 May 2017 2:56 PM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    Alachua County Board of County Commissioners

    Code Enforcement Officer

    $36,297.87 - $56,261.50 Annually

    Closing Date: 06/16/17

    Graduation from high school or equivalent and three years codes enforcement or related experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Must possess a valid State of Florida Driver's License. Successful completion of a criminal history background investigation is required prior to employment.

     

    Please apply on-line at http://www.alachuacounty.us/employment. Please direct inquiries regarding this position to (352) 374-5219.

    Applicants with disabilities will be accommodated in the application process.
    Preference in initial appointment will be given to eligible veterans and spouses of disabled veterans.
    ALL OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
    OF A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST

     

    TDD users, please call 711 (Florida Relay Service)


    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M.F.V.D.

    Pursuant to Florida’s open records law, applications and resumes are subject to public disclosure.

  • 30 May 2017 8:55 AM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    PaintCare Coordinator for Colorado 
    Application Deadline: July 3, 2017 

    Summary
    PaintCare seeks a qualified candidate to assist with growing and maintaining the paint stewardship program in Colorado. This position will be located in Colorado and will coordinate the recruitment, contracting, and maintenance of PaintCare drop-off sites statewide. 

    About PaintCare
    PaintCare, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was established by the American Coatings Association (ACA) to implement state-mandated paint stewardship programs on behalf of paint manufacturers in each state that adopts a paint stewardship law. Funding for PaintCare is provided through a fee on new paint sales. Funding is used to establish drop-off sites where the public can take leftover paint for recycling, pay for the recycling of this paint, and provide public education and program administration. Oregon passed the first industry-supported paint stewardship law in 2009. Colorado’s program has been operating since July 2015. Similar programs are operating in California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maine, Minnesota, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Please visit www.paintcare.org for more information. 

    Responsibilities

    • Meet and communicate with paint retail stores, municipal household hazardous waste (HHW) programs, and other program stakeholders. 
    • Set up paint drop-off sites: establish contracts, provide training, coordinate with haulers to arrange transportation of paint from site. 
    • Monitor drop-off site operations: conduct site visits and audits on a regular schedule or as needed/requested, identify problems and implement corrections, maintain successful relationships with site operators. 
    • Arrange special collection/transportation from temporary events and from painting contractors, property managers, and other large producers of leftover paint. 
    • Public outreach: distribute public information materials to drop-off sites, including those retailers that are not drop-off sites. Assist the communications team with monitoring use and usability of materials by sites. 
    • Recordkeeping: maintain computer database of drop-off site information, generate reports as needed. 
    • Analyzes data and write reports for PaintCare and state agencies. 
    • Makes presentations to groups of varying sizes and audiences, including tabling events (e.g., home shows, conferences, community events, trade associations).
    • Assist with answering phone calls on the national PaintCare hotline as needed.
    • Reports to Colorado Program Manager. 

    Preferred Skills and Qualifications

    • Experience with and/or knowledge of hazardous materials, hazardous waste management and programs, hazardous waste laws and regulations, HHW programs, state environmental agencies, hazardous materials/waste storage requirements, hazardous waste transportation and processing. 
    • Experience with and/or knowledge of retail operations, infrastructure, and communications, including big box, chain, franchise, co-op, and independent stores. 
    • Familiarity with paint products. 
    • Familiarity and comfort with users of paint, particularly contractors, paint retailers, and property managers. 
    • Experience with public speaking, training and/or making presentations. 
    • Experience with and/or knowledge of product stewardship programs, laws, and organizations. 
    • Ability to work independently from home. 
    • Willingness to travel extensively within the state to recruit sites, train retail staff, distribute outreach materials, and participate in various events. Occasional travel to Oregon, Minnesota, Washington D.C., and other locations in the US as needed, to assist with program implementation, trainings, conferences, and meetings. 
    • Proficiency with computers and typical office software. 
    • Valid state driver’s license. 

    Location and Travel
    This position is located in Colorado. The employee will work from home. Extensive travel throughout the State will be required to visit drop-off sites and meet with government agency staff. There will be a need to travel out of state for meetings and events as well. Travel time will vary, may exceed 50% of the time, and will not decrease over time. 

    Employment, Salary and Benefits
    This is a full time, regular position. Salary depends on experience; PaintCare, through the ACA, provides generous benefits [401(k), vacation days, medical, dental, and life insurance] and reimbursement for travel expenses. 

    Contact Information
    To apply for this position, please email cover letter, resume, and salary requirements in one document to jobs@paintcare.org. Please indicate “CO Coordinator – PaintCare” in the email subject line. 

  • 23 May 2017 1:44 PM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    Environmental Public Health Planner III. Two positions. $38.66 - $49.00/hr. Closes 6/2/17.

    The successful candidates will serve in a leadership role for one of two project teams. Both projects apply social marketing principles to reduce exposure to hazardous chemicals. Current projects include household lead exposure reduction and promoting safer cleaning alternatives in the Latino community.
     

    About the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program (LHWMP)

    LHWMP is an inter-jurisdictional partnership with a mission to protect and enhance public health and environmental quality by reducing exposure to hazardous materials. 

     

    For more information about the position, please contact Michell Mouton, LHWMP Communications Manager at 206-477-4391, or Michell.Mouton@kingcounty.gov.

     

    King County and LHWMP strongly value workforce diversity, and candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. 

  • 18 May 2017 10:56 AM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

    The Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County (WA) has an exciting job opportunity for an experienced communications professional.

    Communications Specialist III – Local Hazardous Waste Management Program (click for position information and application instructions)


    The successful candidate will plan, develop and implement external and internal communications plans and strategies for the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program (LHWMP). The position will apply a high level of technical knowledge, communications skills, and innovative thinking to advance the program’s mission.
     
    About the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program (LHWMP)
     
    LHWMP is an inter-jurisdictional partnership with a mission to protect and enhance public health and environmental quality by reducing exposure to hazardous materials. 

    For more information about the position, please contact Michell Mouton, LHWMP Communications Manager at 206-477-4391, or Michell.Mouton@kingcounty.gov.

    King County and LHWMP strongly value workforce diversity, and candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. 
  • 17 May 2017 11:44 AM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

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    Department: 3670070010 Public Safety
    Job no: 501192
    Work type: Staff Full Time (Unclassified)
    Location: Manhattan
    Categories: Health & Safety

    General Description of Position:

    The Environmental Health and Safety Department of Kansas State University seeks a qualified Hazardous Materials Technician or Specialist to join their team and support environmental compliance efforts on campus.  The position exists to ensure the legal and safe management and disposal of regulated materials and also assists with other environmental compliance programs at Kansas State University. 

    The Hazardous Materials Tech/Specialist is responsible for hazardous, universal, and medical waste collection and processing, related facility compliance inspections and for providing consultation to KSU hazardous material users and waste generators (i.e., principal investigators, faculty, staff and students).  This position is part of a hazardous materials emergency response team that promptly addresses hazardous materials incidents on campus (during and after hours) and conducts related abatement activities.  The position assists the Environmental Compliance Manager with the development and compliance assurance of environmental protection programs mandated as part of RCRA, CAA, CWA, TSCA, the Controlled Substances Act, and other environmental protection acts and related regulations. 

    Information about the Department: The mission of the Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is to achieve compliance with applicable federal, state and local environmental and safety statutes, regulations, enforceable agreements, and permits, and to strive for continual improvement in the environmental health of the campus. EHS is responsible for the development and implementation of environmental, health and safety policies, procedures and programs. This includes, but is not limited to environmental compliance monitoring, tracking and reporting; hazard analysis, safety training, incident investigation and emergency response.
    Diversity and Inclusion: Kansas State University embraces diversity, and promotes inclusion in every sector of the institution. The university established the Office of Diversity, led by the associate vice provost for diversity and a dedicated staff.  Additionally, each college has a designated Diversity Point Person to provide insight and guidance.  

    Kansas State University received the prestigious Higher Education Excellence in Diversity, or HEED, award from Insight Into Diversity magazine for the past three years.  Multicultural students account for 15 percent of our student population, a university record and continuing trend.

    Job Description:
    • Manage hazardous materials/waste, universal waste and medical waste by collecting, transporting, segregating and characterizing waste in accordance with federal and state regulations and university policies.  Prepares lab packs and combines bulk waste streams.  Duties include picking up waste, determining shipping classes of waste and materials and performing basic chemical analysis to characterize unknown compounds.  Supervises and trains student staff to aid in the collection of hazardous materials from points of waste generation.  Responds to hazardous materials incidents on campus and performs related abatement.

    • Perform compliance assessments of laboratories, classrooms, shops and other institution facilities for compliance assurance of hazardous waste management/storage requirements, chemical safety, and institutional procedures.  Communicate the nature of non-compliance items directly to staff, faculty, and students. Document compliance deficiencies in writing and/or in computer database or software program.

    • Maintain hazardous waste management database and redesign/alters database (MS Access) to accommodate program changes. Use other proprietary database software. Enter and query data (inspection results, waste pickups, waste and material disposal information, etc.). Sign and prepare or assist with preparation of hazardous materials manifests and land disposal restriction (LDR) paperwork. Prepare lab pack inventories and assign waste and shipping codes. Prepare waste profiles. Document pollution prevention efforts. Assist with waste pick up request forms and procedures revisions.

    • Conduct faculty/staff/student hazardous materials and waste management training.

    Required Minimum Qualifications:
    • BS/BA in chemistry, environmental engineering, environmental science, chemical engineering, or closely related degree. Education must include chemistry coursework in physical and organic chemistry. Eight or more years of directly related work experience in the management of hazardous materials/waste may substitute for required BS/BA degree.
    • One to two years of directly related work experience in the management of hazardous materials/waste. Work experience in environmental compliance or industrial chemistry, particularly in higher education or research settings, may substitute for directly related experience in hazardous materials/waste management if education requirement is met. A related graduate level degree may substitute for 1-2 years job-specific professional work experience.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Previous work experience directly managing hazardous waste in an academic or research setting.

    • CHMM certification.

    • Master's degree in environmental management, environmental science, or related field.

    • Strong knowledge of chemistry principles and an understanding of other physical sciences. Understanding of the hazardous properties of chemicals and related adverse reactions.

    • Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to read and interpret written instructions, regulations, policy, procedures and SOPs.

    • Customer service skills and interpersonal skills. Ability to interact with others in a professional setting, remaining courteous even when faced with difficult situations and clients.

    • Knowledge of regulatory requirements of RCRA and DOT pertaining to the management and transport of hazardous materials. Demonstrated skills in hazardous materials management.

    • Computer proficiency in PC environment – Microsoft Office (using internet browsers, Outlook, Word, Access databases, Excel spreadsheets, specialized database software). Ability to use computerized data management systems. 

    Other Requirements: 
    • Required a valid driver's license
    • 40-hour HAZWOPER certification and DOT 49CFR174 hazmat upon hire or within 90 days of hire
    • Available to respond to hazardous materials incidents on campus (call back)
    • A pre-employment/post offer physical and annual medical exam is required
    Special Instructions to Applicants: Submit a resume, letter of interest, and at least three professional references.
    Screening of Applications Begins: Screening begins May 22, 2017; applications will continue to be accepted until position is filled.
    Salary Range / Pay Rate: $32,599 - $50,528 
    Benefits Summary: This position is benefits eligible: health insurance, life insurance, retirement plans, tuition assistance program, paid time off – vacation, sick and holidays. To learn more visit: http://www.k-state.edu/hcs/benefits/ 
    Equal Employment Opportunity: Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and actively seeks diversity among its employees. Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
    Background Screening Statement: In connection with your application for employment, Kansas State University may procure a Background Screen on you as part of the process of considering your candidacy as an employee. 
  • 17 May 2017 11:43 AM | Nicole Plese (Administrator)

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    Department: 3670070010 Public Safety

    Job no: 501248
    Work type: Staff Full Time (Unclassified)
    Location: Manhattan
    Categories: Health & Safety

    General Description of Position: Supports the Environmental Health and Safety mission for university to ensure uninterrupted learning and research. Oversees the KSU research safety, laboratory safety, and industrial hygiene program. Provides assistance to the Director of Environmental Health and Safety in support of departmental and institutional goals.
    Information about the Department: The mission of the Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is to achieve compliance with applicable federal, state and local environmental and safety statutes, regulations, enforceable agreements, and permits, and to strive for continual improvement in the environmental health of the campus. EHS is responsible for the development and implementation of environmental, health and safety policies, procedures and programs. This includes, but is not limited to environmental compliance monitoring, tracking and reporting; hazard analysis, safety training, incident investigation and emergency response. 
    Diversity and Inclusion: Kansas State University embraces diversity, and promotes inclusion in every sector of the institution. The university established the Office of Diversity, led by the associate vice provost for diversity and a dedicated staff.  Additionally, each college has a designated Diversity Point Person to provide insight and guidance.  

    Kansas State University received the prestigious Higher Education Excellence in Diversity, or HEED, award from Insight Into Diversity magazine for the past three years.  Multicultural students account for 15 percent of our student population, a university record and continuing trend.

    Job Description:

    As a member of the Environmental Health and Safety Department for Kansas State University (KSU), works with researchers, instructors, departments, divisions, the Radiation Safety Committee, Institutional Biosafety Committee, the Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee and the Institutional Environmental Health & Safety Committee to ensure the safety of research and teaching laboratories at KSU.  Serves as a resource for researchers on safety and industrial hygiene issues. Ensures that all research is conducted safely and in accordance with federal, state, and institutional environmental, health and safety guidelines. 

    Recommends procedures for the review of research grant proposals/awards to identify potential regulatory factors and logistical or facility related limitations that can affect research success and/or that pose risk. Reviews protocols post award for compliance to EHS regulations, for adherence to recommended standards of care for the occupational safety of researchers, and for related accrediting board expectations for occupational health and environmental compliance. Ad hoc member of BSC and IACUC. Successful candidate will also conduct an assessment to identify if a chemical safety committee is required at KSU, proposes the committee to leadership, establishes and serves on the chemical safety committee as applicable. 

    Serves as the institutional Chemical Hygiene Officer. Develops programs, guidance and proposes institutional policy aimed at minimizing risk to individuals working with and around hazardous materials or processes. Establishes policy and procedural guidance defined within the Laboratory Safety Manual and Chemical Hygiene Plan as required by federal funding entities and prescribed within the OSHA laboratory standard. Establishes the “chemical safety level” criteria that is used by KSU to communicate to workers and emergency responders the chemical risks of laboratories on campus. 

    Establishes procedures and related guidance documents for conducting risk assessments of research and academic laboratory activities to guide departments in conducting risk assessments and developing protocol-related safety standard operating procedures. Assists departments and researchers in identifying hazards and conducting laboratory activity risk assessments. 

    Oversees the laboratory safety and compliance audit program for the KSU Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS). Manages the laboratory registration program. Oversees the accuracy and adequacy of database records for laboratory audits, laboratory registrations/permits, chemical inventories, and medical surveillance and training records that are maintained by EHS personnel. Develops programs in support of institutional goals for research laboratory security and in compliance with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS). Works in cooperation with the KSU Research Compliance Office in support of biosafety and biosecurity programs. Develops teaching laboratory biosafety programs and assists with audits of research laboratories for compliance to institutional biosafety plans. Develops and ensures compliance to the KSU campus Biohazardous Materials Management Plan (e.g., medical waste, autoclave program, lab BBP, laboratory infection control).

    Develops protocol and ensures compliance to environmental regulations for the importation of hazardous materials used in research. Establishes training and compliance programs to instruct researchers on requirements for shipping and importation of hazardous materials (does not include export controls compliance except as related to laboratory specific hazardous materials and samples/specimens interstate and international exchanges).  

    Reviews - and/or provides guidance to the industrial hygienist reviewing - mechanical plans and specifications of laboratory engineering controls. Provides consultation during construction and renovation projects involving laboratories, industrial shops, or related facilities where hazardous conditions exist. Recommends EHS-related institutional construction standards that ensure occupant, property and environmental safety and supports consistency of institutional guidelines for laboratory design at KSU through application of sound industrial hygiene principals and industrial ventilation standards of practice. 

    Works with the EHS Occupational Safety Manager and industrial hygienist to manage the campus safety programs affecting laboratory and research activities including, but not limited to the respiratory protection program, hearing conservation program, blood borne pathogens plan, and hazard communication plan. In conjunction with the EHS Occupational Safety Manager, develops safety and occupational health training.

    Required Minimum Qualifications:
    • Master's degree in industrial hygiene, toxicology, chemistry, public health, or related field.
    • Bachelor's degree in industrial hygiene, safety engineering, environmental health, or related science or engineering discipline (e.g., chemistry, toxicology, environmental science, human physiology, microbiology, health physics, physiology or closely related field).
    • Eight years of professional experience in two or more of the the listed job responsibilities.
    • Equivalent related combination of education and experience in research compliance with a focus in laboratory safety, chemical hygiene, and/or industrial hygiene may substitute.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Doctoral degree in related field.
    • Professional experience in a research-intensive academic setting.
    • Experience in a supervisory role.
    • Good standing as a Certified Industrial Hygienist.
    • Previous experience conducting reviews of research protocols such as in the capacity of an institutional committee (e.g., IACUC, IBC). Previous experience in a research setting in a health and safety enforcement capacity.
    • Familiarity with: import controls for hazardous materials; research activities impacted by the Chemical Weapons Convention; DHS CFATS regulations; Select Agent Toxins requirements; OSHA laboratory standard; Controlled Substances Act; HMTA; IATA; and TSCA.
    • Program management experience.
    • Skill in the operation and maintenance of a variety of monitoring and testing instruments.
    • Knowledge of occupational health standards, codes and regulations.
    • Demonstrated excellence in presentation and training delivery.
    • Demonstrates ability to work effectively with ethnic, cultural, and socially diverse populations.
    Other Requirements:
    • Certified Industrial Hygiene (CIH) certification or ability to obtain CIH within 5 years of employment.
    • 40-hour HAZWOPER certification (or ability to obtain within 6 months of hire)
    • Kansas driver’s license within 6 months
    • Must be medically approved to wear respiratory protection, including but not limited to PAPR and SCBA. Participate in employer medical surveillance program, including annual medical evaluations and vaccination or titer testing
    • NIMS within one year
    • Knowledge of methods, procedures and techniques used in collecting samples and assessing hazardous environments and applicable regulations. Knowledge of toxicological effects of occupational hazards
    Special Instructions to Applicants:

    Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States at the time of employment. 

    Applicants should upload a letter of interest, resume, contact information for at least three professional references.  Copies of transcripts(s) and applicable certifications will be required of final candidates.  Unofficial copies of transcripts are acceptable during interview/screening process.  Official copies of transcripts will be required if selected.

    Screening of Applications Begins: Screening begins May 22, 2017; applications will continue to be accepted until position is filled.
    Salary Range / Pay Rate: $69,438 - $114,572
    Benefits Summary: This position is benefits eligible: health insurance, life insurance, retirement plans, tuition assistance program, paid time off – vacation, sick and holidays. To learn more visit: http://www.k-state.edu/hcs/benefits/
    Equal Employment Opportunity: Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and actively seeks diversity among its employees. Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
    Background Screening Statement: In connection with your application for employment, Kansas State University may procure a Background Screen on you as part of the process of considering your candidacy as an employee. 
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