Postdoctoral research fellowship
Preventive medicine. To coordinate NIH-funded study on nicotine
dependence and smoking cessation research. Flexible start date
and opportunities for funded conference travel and training
experiences and for taking advanced courses in program and
authorship on relevant manuscripts. Required: strong training
in applied research, such as behavioral medicine, health
psychology or addictions. Send letter, vita and three
references to Jasjit S. Ahludalia, Department of Preventive
Medicine, KU Medical Center, 3901 Rainbow Blvd., Kansas
City, KS 66160-7313.
Research database applications programmers
Natural History Museum. Two part-time (75 percent) or full-
time unclassified positions in biological (biodiversity)
databases and Internet client/server data access architectures.
Funded by U.S. National Science Foundation for three years
with opportunities for ongoing support. Review of applications
begins today and will continue until position is filled.
Required: bachelor's degree in computer science or software
engineering and one year of professional programming experience
in object-oriented language or three years professional object-
oriented programming experience. For a complete position
announcement and application procedure, contact James H.
Beach, Biodiversity Research Center, Dyche Hall, or
Graduate teaching assistants
Human development and family life. Positions for 2000-01
academic year to supervise undergraduate student teachers
in infant-toddler early intervention program on campus.
Appointments are 20 hours/week (50 percent) with tuition
remission. Required: degree-seeking graduate student
status; experience with infants and toddlers and child
care preferred. For a complete job description, contact
the Department of Human Development and Family Life,
Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometer lab manager/
Geology/Kansas Geological Survey. Responsible for managing
university's plasma analytical lab, including coordinating
schedules for internal and external users, instrument
maintenance and trouble-shooting, training, sample analysis
for department and KGS, developing new techniques and/or
conducting independent research. Required: Ph.D. in geology,
analytical chemistry or closely related field and at least
one year of experience in sample preparation, analysis and
instrument maintenance, with skills in electronics and/or
vacuum systems diagnostics and repair. Background in
analytical geochemistry preferred. Review of applications
begins April 30 and will continue until position is filled.
Send letter, resume and three references to Gwen Macpherson,
Department of Geology, 120 Lindley Hall; for a complete
job description and application procedure call (785)
864-5628 or see www.ukans.edu/~geology.
Music theory. Full-time one-year position starts Aug. 18.
Required: A.B.D. in music theory, successful music theory
teaching experience in higher education, documented scholarly
activity in area of expertise and experience with current
technologies. Preferred: Ph.D. in music theory; expertise
in theories of tonal music, including Schenkerian analysis
with several additional interests. Salary: $30,000 for nine
months. Priority application deadline is April 12. Send
letter, vita and three recommendations to Deron McGee,
Department of Music and Dance, 452 Murphy Hall.
Watkins Health Center. Applications accepted until position
is filled; review begins April 10. Required: bachelor's degree
in medical technology and ASCP or equivalent registration.
Previous experience in a medical laboratory in a college
health environment preferred. For a complete job description
and application procedures, contact Jim Boyle, Watkins Health
Center, 864-9525 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 to $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 Botts, Watkins Health
Center, 864-2277 or 864-2721 (fax).
Radio show host
KANU-FM 91.5. Host local segments of "Morning Edition," National
Public Radio's weekday news magazine. Host also produces
interview segments and news reports, prepares and delivers daily
newscasts. Required: three years of full-time professional
broadcast news experience, demonstrated skills in news gathering,
interviewing, writing, radio production and live, on-air delivery
of news programming, pleasant speaking voice and ability to
communicate ideas in a credible but informal manner. Consistent
availability on weekdays from 4:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Review of
applications begins April 10 and will continue until the position
is filled. Send letter, resume, air-check or audition tape and
three references to J. Schafer, KANU, Broadcasting Hall.
Equal Opportunity Office. Full-time unclassified position to
facilitate, coordinate and monitor the unclassified search
process on the Lawrence campus begins May 15. Required: bachelor's
degree, experience with search procedures for hiring personnel,
familiarity with EO/AA guidelines and demonstrated effectiveness
working with diverse groups of people. Preferred: master's degree,
training experience, experience with data collection and reporting,
experience in a university setting. Review of applications begins
April 17 and will continue until position is filled. Minimum
salary: $32,000. Send letter, resume and three references to
Enedina Villeareal, EOO, 313 Strong Hall, 864-3686.
Athletics. Custodial duties, craft assistance and other duties
as assigned; some overtime. Benefits eligible. Required: High
school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license.
Applications will be reviewed starting immediately and will
be accepted until job is filled. For a complete job description
or to apply, contact Pat Pritchard, KU Athletics Department,
Room 100 Parrott Athletic Center.