Fine arts. Full-time, unclassified. Salary: $30,000.
Requirements: BFA in art or design field; demonstrated high
level of organizational, interpersonal and communication skills;
ability to work cooperatively with diverse faculty group;
experience in generating and analyzing statistical data;
experience with electronic data processing systems. For
complete job description and application process, contact
Lynn Heiserman at 864-3422 or email@example.com.
Coordinator for Greek Programs. This full-time position at The University of Kansas coordinates and provides educational, cultural and leadership development programs and services for the campus fraternity and sorority community of 4000 students, over 40 chapters and related umbrella groups, alumni and other related
constituencies. Supervises Greek Programs staff. Required qualifications: Masters degree (individuals who have a bachelors degree and exceptional work experience may qualify for a waiver of the masters degree); three years full-time professional experience with fraternity and sorority programs; experience in
staff supervision and training; experience in developing and presenting programs and/or workshops, and developing educational materials. Priority review of applications begins August 8. Qualified persons are invited to submit a letter of application, resume and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three
references to: Coordinator for Greek Programs Search, Student Organizations and Leadership Development Center, 400 Kansas Union, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045. Phone: (785) 864-4861. FAX: (785) 864-4595. A complete position announcement and application procedures are available upon request or see
http://raven.cc.ukans.edu/~stlife/. EO/AA Employer.
Head women's tennis coach
Athletics. Requirements: BA with three years coaching
experience at the collegiate level or five years of equivalent
coaching experience with highly skilled players; knowledge
of and commitment to following NCAA rules; proven leadership,
organizational and communication skills; and ability to teach
and motivate student-athletes to be academically and
athletically successful. Responsibilities include
student-athlete recruitment, scheduling, budget planning and
management, team travel and conditioning of student-athletes.
Send letter, resume and at least three references to Pat
Pritchard, Room 100, Parrott Athletic Center.
Spencer Art Museum. Salary: $28,000. Application review began
July 1. Responsibilities include cataloging new acquisitions,
overseeing visitors in the print study room, correspondence,
exhibition research and planning and assisting with the
clerical duties. Required: MA in art history, two years
museum experience, knowledge of the history of prints and
word processing and database abilities in a PC environment.
Send letter, resume and three references to Stephen Goddard,
Spencer Art Museum. For a complete position description, contact
Carolyn Chinn Lewis at 864-0140 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant director/degree and career counseling
Athletics. Full-time, 1 -year appointment. Application review
began June 24 and will continue until job is filled. Required:
BA, experience working with college students, excellent written
and verbal communication skills, ability to work occasional
evening and weekend hours, experience or advanced degree in
counseling or related field, experience working with students
from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds; knowledge
of KU academic programs and requirements preferred. Send
letter, resume and three references to Pat Pritchard, Room
100, Parrott Athletic Center.
Business. Application review began July 3 and will continue
until position is filled. Responsibilities include design and
composition of publications and press releases, research and
development of communications and marketing on the Internet and
publicity for major events. Required qualifications: BS in
journalism or related field or five years experience in preparing
publications (writing, layout, design, copy); proficiency with
PageMaker, PhotoShop, Adobe Illustrator or other drawing program
and various word processing applications on the PC platform. Send
letter, resume and three references to Mark Strand at 864-7574.
Assistant men's and women's track/field coach
Athletics. Application review began June 26 and will continue
until job is filled. Requirements include BA, demonstrated
success in various administrative aspects of a cross country/track
and field program, and coaching and recruiting student-athletes;
knowledge of and commitment to following NCAA rules; proven integrity
and leadership skills; thorough knowledge of track and field;
ability to teach and motivate student-athletes to be successful
academically and athletically. Send letter and resume to Pat
Pritchard, Room 100, Parrott Athletic Center.
Classics. Review of applications began July 6 and will continue
until position is filled. Two temporary instructor positions: one
in archaeology and ancient art and one in modern Greek. Both
definite for spring 2001 semester only. Archaeology and ancient
art instructor will teach three courses. Salary: $20,500 for
candidate with Ph.D. (preferred). Modern Greek instructor will
teach one course. Master's degree required. Salary: $2,500. For
complete job description and application process, contact Pamela
Gordon, 864-2396 or email@example.com.
University Relations. Salary: $28,000 to $30,000. Priority
application deadline was July 11, application review will continue
until position is filled. Requirements: BS in journalism or
related communications field or a BA and 15 hours of college-level
coursework in writing and editing; two years experience; strong
writing and editing skills; strong layout and design skills. For
complete position description and additional information, contact
Lynn George, Human Resources, at 785-864-7415.
Health, sport and exercise sciences. Review of applications begins
Oct. 1. Full-time, nine-month tenure track position beginning Jan.
2001. Requirements: doctoral degree in exercise, nutrition, health
enhancement or closely allied area; experience in clinical
interventions related to exercise, nutrition, weight loss or
health enhancement in children and adults; experience with energy
balance measured by various techniques; experience teaching academic
courses in exercise physiology, fitness testing and public health/
epidemiology of exercise. Send letter, resume, three references
and up to three publications to Kim Johnson, 104 Robinson Center.
For a full description or additional information, contact Jeffrey
A. Potteiger at 785-864-0772 or see www.soe.ukans.edu.
Health, sport and exercise sciences. Full-time, nine-month tenure
track position beginning August 2001. Required qualifications:
earned doctorate in exercise physiology, exercise behavior,
psychology, public health, epidemiology or energy balance.
Review of applications begins Nov. 1, 2000. Send letter, resume,
three references and up to three publications to Kim Johnson, 104
Robinson Center. For a full description or additional information
see www.soe.ukans.edu or contact Carole Zebas, 864-4656 or
Health, sport and exercise sciences. Nine-month appointment,
non-renewable position beginning August 2000. Required qualifications:
doctoral degree in exercise science, psychology, sports management,
health, pedagogy or closely allied area; previous university teaching
experience. Review of applications begins Aug. 1. Send letter, resume
and three references to Kim Johnson, 104 Robinson Center. For a full
description or additional information, see www.soe.ukans.edu or
contact James LaPoint at 864-0785 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neurobiology Research Labora-tory, KU Medical Center. Salary:
$25,000-35,000. Responsibilities in-clude participation in ongoing
molecular biology/recombinant DNA investigations of traumatic and
degenerative disorders of the central nervous system. The laboratory
studies extracellular and intracellular proteases, transglutaminases,
and related molecules to understand the mechanisms of neuronal loss.
Required: Experience with RNA isolations, prokaryotic and eukaryotic
vectors, and hybridization methodologies; U.S. citizen or permanent
residence; MS in relevant discipline desirable. For complete job
description and application process, contact Barry W. Festoff at
(816) 861-4700 x7079/7072; fax (816) 922-3375, or email@example.com.
De-scription available at www.kumc.edu/kcvamc/research/nbrl/
Design and Construction Manage-ment. Full-time classified. Salary:
$15.96/hour. Application review begins July 21. Requirements:
Professional architecture license recognized by the Kansas Board
of Technical Professions and independent work experience as a
professional architect. For complete position description and
additional information, or to send letter, resume and list of
three references, contact Lynn George, Human Resources, 101
Carruth-O'Leary Hall. 785-864-7415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Athletics. One-year full-time internship. Application review is
under way and will continue until the position is filled.
Responsibilities include helping develop DTP/graphics design work
for recruiting, promotions, sports information and other Athletics
entities on deadlines. Requirements include experience with MacOS,
PhotoShop, Quark and some Illustrator in addition to a working
knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Email resume in Word
format and names and names, addresses and phone numbers of three
professional references to email@example.com or mail to
Human Resources Manager, Room 100, Parrott Athletic Center.
Athletics. Full-time. Responsibilities include posting content
to Web sites in a timely manner. Requirements include experience
with HTML and various editors, MacOS, PhotoShop and Quark. Email
resume in Word format and names and names, addresses and phone
numbers of three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org
or mail to Human Resources Manager, Room 100, Parrott Athletic Center.
Police officer trainee
Public Safety. Two entry level training position openings to become
a commissioned police officer. Application deadline is July 21.
Beginning rate $10.81/hour plus benefits. Requires high school
diploma or GED equivalency. Must be age 21 at time of appointment
and background free of felony convictions. Send letter of application
and resume to Lynn George, Human Resources, 101 Carruth-O'Leary
or email@example.com. To request full announcement call 864-7417.
Institute for Academic Access , Center for Research on Learning.
Application review begin July 27. 75 percent position. Salary:
$1,980/month. Requirements include BA, strong writing and
communication/ interpersonal skills, experience organizing and
managing multiple projects, MacIntosh usage, conducting research
and writing reports; ability to work in high intensity, multiple-
activity environment. For complete job description, call 785-864-4780
or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Send letter of application, resume,
2 references to Jean-Ellen Jantzen, KU-CRL, 3061 Dole Center, Lawrence,
Coordinator of field experiences
Education. Full-time, unclassified. Salary $30,000 to 34,000.
Deadline July 21, 2000. Develops partnerships with schools and
manages the administration of more than 2,000 individual field
experiences annually; does not supervise student teachers.
Requirements: BA; excellent written and oral communication skills;
excellent organizational skills; experience with the management of
information systems; ability to work both independently and as a
team member. Send application letter, vita or resume, and names
and phone numbers of three references to Earle Knowlton, 117 Bailey
Hall. See www.soe.ukans.edu for complete description.
Center for the Study of Family, Neighborhood and Community Policy
Salary: $30,000 to $38,000. Application review begins July 28.
Responsibilities include collecting and analyzing social research
data, preparing research reports and related policy documents.
Requirements include BA, experience in collection and analysis of
social research data. For a complete job description, call 785-312-5346.
Send letter, vita and three professional references to 1315 Wakarusa
Dr., Lawrence, KS 66049 or fax to 785-331-3084.
Parking Services. Salary: $32,000. Review of applications begins
July 21. Responsibilities include supervising business offce;
maintain department web site; research, upgrade, troubleshoot and
customize software; train staff on software applications.
Requirements include BA, three years experience in office
management/-supervision, three years experience handling large
amounts of cash in office, three years experience in customer
service position, and excellent knowledge of MS Windows, MS
DOS and SQL. For a complete job description, call (785) 864-7275.
Send letter of application, resume and two letters of reference
to Donna Hultine, Parking Department, 1501 Irving Hill Road,
Lawrence, KS 66045.
Clinical child psychologist
Clinical Child Psychology Program. Application review begins
July 28. Part-time (20 percent) position. Salary: $13,500 to
$15,000. Responsibities include supervising Ph.D. training
therapists one full day a week during the 2000-2001 academic
year. Requirements include a Ph.D., training and experience
specializing in clinical child/pediatric psychology, a Kansas
license and supervisory experience. For more information, or to
submit letter and vita, contact Eric M.Vernberg at 864-4226 or
2006 Dole Human Development Center
Music and Dance. Full time, unclassified limited term appointment
through July 1, 2001. Application review begins July 31, 2000.
Salary: $28,000 minimum. Requirements include a bachelor's degree,
knowledge of academic programs and performance activities in music
and dance; ability to work with people and manage activities,
events and budgets; ability to speak to and do presentations for the
public. Submit letter of application, resume and three references to
George Duerksen, Music and Dance, 452 Murphy Hall. For more information,
call (785)-864-3436 or email@example.com.