support technician II University Relations. Full-time position
to serve as network administrator overseeing an Apple network
with approximately 40 users, Media 100 video editing system and
many associated peripheral devices. Full position announcement
available at www.nationjob.com/ukansas. Salary: $26,021. Application
deadline is March 31. Send letter, resume and three references
to Lynn George (email@example.com), 101 Carruth-O'Leary Hall,
Technical and facilities manager Oldfather Studios/Department
of Theatre and Film. Full-time unclassified position in film
area begins on or before July 1. Bachelor's or equivalent undergraduate
degree in film/video studies or related field; technical production
and instructional experience in film/video/media; systems management
and organizational skills in long-term planning and ad hoc trouble-shooting
and repair situations. For complete position announcement, see
www.nationjob.com/ukansas. Salary: $38000 to $40,000. Review
of applications begins April 1 and will continue until position
is filled. Send letter, vita, college transcripts and three references
to Chuck Berg, Oldfather Studios, (785) 749-1130.
Chemistry. Assists chair in day-to-day administration of department.
Required: B.A./B.S. or two to three years administrative/managerial
experience, superior writing, oral communication, computer, interpersonal,
supervisory, coordination and organizational skills, and independence.
Salary: $30,000 to $33,000. Review of applications begins March
27 and will continue until position is filled. Send letter, resume
and three references to Kristin Bowman-James, Department of Chemistry,
Senior instructor Humanities and Western civilization.
Includes 0.75 FTE lecturer appointment for academic year 2000-01,
with reappointment eligibility for 2001-02. Salary: $15,000 and
regular benefits, plus four pay periods in summer for teaching
and administrative duties. Duties: teaching one independent section
of Western civilization per semester and one in summer session;
numerous administrative duties, including coordination of graduate
instructors, scheduling and staff development. Required: Ph.D.
candidates (ABD) with experience teaching Western civilization
at KU; preference to current graduate instructors in humanities
and Western civilization with experience as instructors of independent
lecture-discussion sections of HWC 204 or 205. Application deadline
is March 24. Send letter, current transcript or ARTS form, vita
and letter from director of graduate studies certifying status
in degree program to the James Woelfel, humanities and Western
civilization, 2106 Wescoe, 864-3011.
Associate dean College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Humanities Division. Required: current tenured faculty appointment
in one of division's departments
or programs, with rank of associate or full professor; experience
in curriculum development and innovation, recruitment, commitment
to fostering research activity, experience in seeking and administering
grants and with administrative and budgetary matters preferred.
Preferred starting date is July 3. Application deadline is March
31. Nominations are welcome. Request complete position description
or send letter, vita and three to six recommendations to Erin
A. Spiridigliozzi, CLAS, 200 Strong Hall, 864-3661 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Associate director/ program assistant Business.
This is a full-time
12-month appointment subject to review and reappointment based
upon available funds. Responsible for providing support to the
doctoral program and the PHD/Research Team in the School of Business.
Required: bachelor's degree (or five years experience in higher
education); at least one year experience in higher education
and one year coordinating events. Salary: $30,000. Review of
applications begins May 1. Submit letter, resume and three references
to Sandi Williams, KU School of Business, 206 Summerfield. A
complete job description and application procedure may be obtained
by calling 864-7598.
Head track coach Athletics.
To provide overall
supervision, organization and development of men's and women's
cross country, track and field programs. Required: bachelor's
degree, at least five years of coaching experience, proven leadership
and thorough knowledge of cross country, track and field programs;
head coaching experience at collegiate level preferred. Review
of applications begins March 14 and will continue until position
is filled. Send letter, resume and at least three references
to Pat Pritchard, KU Athletics Department, 100 Parrott Athletic
UNIX administrator EECS. Full-time position to maintain,
configure and develop UNIX system, track related software licensing,
provide technical assistance and maintain a help desk. Required:
bachelor's degree in computer engineering, computer science or
equivalent experience; at least two years of systems administration
experience. Application deadline is March 13. Send letter and
resume to Glenn Waterfield, KU-EECS, 1051 Learned Hall.
director/promotions and football ticket sales Athletics. Primary
responsibility is targeting public ticket sales, including corporate
and group sales. Required: Strong presentation, organizational
and communicatioons skills; sports marketing BACKGROUND and experience
with Paciolan ticket system preferred. Majority of work time
spent outside the office. Application reviews begin March 13
and will continue until position is filled. Send letter, resume
and current references to Pat Pritchard, 100 Parrott Athletic
Proposal preparation specialist Center for Research Inc.
Salary: $25,000 to $28,000. Application reviews began March 3
and will continue until position is filled. Duties include preparation
of external research proposals for submission to funding agencies,
determining proposal submission requirements, computing budgets
and obtaining signatures. For a detailed list of duties, description
of minimum and preferred qualifications and application procedures,
contact Gary Harris at 864-7776.
Grants specialist Center for
Research Inc. This is a part-time position working 20 hours per
week. Salary: $12,500 to $14,000. Application reviews began March
3 and will continue until the position is filled. Duties include
preparation and distribution of budget summaries for research
projects SELECTED for funding. For a detailed list of duties,
description of minimum and preferred qualifications and application
procedures, contact Gary Harris at 864-7776.
Research aide Beach
Center/Life Span Institute. Half-time unclassified position beginning
April 3. Required qualifications: experience using computer applications,
evidence of strong communication and organization skills; experience
working under deadlines and high school diploma. Preferred qualifications:
experience in a KU research department or division, training
and/or experience using PeopleSoft and some postsecondary education.
Review of applications begins today and will continue until position
is filled. Send letter, resume and three references to Dana Lattin,
Beach Center on Families and Disability, 864-0727.
Center for Research on Learning. Half-time position federally
funded through Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology
project to foster Web-based collaborative environment for grantees.
Full description of required qualifications at www.altec.org.
Review of applications begins today and will continue until position
is filled. Send letter, resume and two references with e-mail
to Marilyn Ault, 3001 Dole Human Development Center, 864-0699.
Research assistant Higuchi Biosciences Center. Salary: $24,000
to $28,000. Required: B.S. in biochemistry, chemistry or related
field or at least two years of lab experience. Preferred: lab
or coursework experience in cell culture techniques and in biochemical
techniques such as protein purification and analysis. Review
of applications begins today. For a full announcement, go to
www.hbc.ukans.edu/info/cnirra200.thm. Send letter, vita, start
date and three references to Lanaea Heine, Higuchi Biosciences
Student programs manager Student unions.
professional position begins July 1 or sooner. Duties: educational
programming, administration, student development and advising,
staff selection, training and evaluation, financial budgeting
and program resource base for KU campus student programs and
activities. Required: Master's degree, at least five years of
progressive responsible management experience in student programming
or advising student groups, marketing and promotions experience,
valid driver's license and willingness to work a flexible schedule
as required. Salary: $38,000 to $43,000 plus benefits. Review
of applications begins March 20. Send letter, resume and three
references to Carolyn Oroke, Kansas Unions' personnel office,
Broadcast engineer KANU-FM.
repair and preventive maintenance of radio equipment at studio's
tower and transmitter building. Required: Minimum of five years
of experience in broadcast engineering and repair of RF transmitters,
FCC General CLASS License SBE Certification and knowledge of
Internet and satellite technologies. Review of applications begins
March 27 and will continue until position is filled. For a complete
description and application procedure, send letter, resume and
three professional references to Janet Campbell, KANU-FM, 864-4603.
Microcomputer system support technician II Medicinal chemistry.
Full-time position to provide LAN support for both PC and Mac
users involved in scientific applications, and to maintain an
asset management system. Full announcement available at www.nationjob.com/ukansas.
Salary: $26,021. Application deadline is March 17. Send letter,
resume and three references to Lynn George (email@example.com),
101 Carruth-O'Leary Hall, 864-7415.
Clinical social worker Counseling
and Psychological Services. Full-time unclassified position beginning
July 1. Required: Master's in social work from CSWE accredited
program; licensed for independent practice in Kansas at LSCSW
level or license eligible within one year; two years supervised
clinical social work experience beyond master's degree. Complete
position announcement may be seen at http://raven.cc.ukans.edu/~stlife/.
Salary: $29,500-$38,100. Review of applications begins immediately
and will continue until position is filled. Priority deadline
is April 17. Send letter, vita and three references to Pam Potts,
Watkins Health Center, 864-2277 or 864-2721 (fax).
assistants/ lecturers French and Italian. Responsibilities: teaching
language courses in French or Italian at 100, 200 or 300-level.
Required: Bachelor's level study (or its foreign equivalent)
of French or Italian, near-native command of French or Italian.
Application review for academic year 2000-01 begins March 15.
For complete position description and application procedure,
contact Sarah Seay, Department of French and Italian, 864-4056
Education. Unclassified position in Learning Generation Technology
and Teacher Education project. Required: undergraduate degree
and minimum three years experience; degree in education or related
field preferred. Salary: $25,000 to $30,000. Review of applications
begins March 24. Send letter, resume and references to Brian
Newberry, 2021 Dole or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Office coordinators
KU Medical Center. Several immediate openings for office professionals
interested in science or medicine to fill specialist positions
in biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology and physiology departments.
Duties vary but may include grant preparation and accounting,
coordinating administrative details for medical school courses
and arranging departmental seminar programs. Required: At least
two years of independent work experience in an office/clerical
setting; experience in academic or medical environment preferred.
Contact KUMC Employment Office, 1052 Wescoe, 3901 Rainbow Blvd.,
Kansas City, KS 66160-7113 or fax letter and resume to (913)