Feb. 7, 1997

Jobs

The University of Kansas is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action employer. Applications are sought from all qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, disability, and, as covered by law, veteran status. In addition, university policies prohibit discrimination on the basis of religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, marital status and parental status.

Information about KU's equal-opportunity and affirmative-action programs is available from the Equal Opportunity Office, 308 Strong Hall, (785) 864-3686, Maurice L. Bryan, director.

Unclassified

Job advertisements in the Oread are not full position descriptions. Position descriptions may be obtained from the contact person/office listed in the ads.

Assistant professor

Electrical engineering and computer science. Applications accepted until position is filled; review began Jan. 2. Salary $50,000 to $52,000. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in electrical engineering and computer science and performing and conducting research in the research laboratories associated with the department. Requirements include an earned doctorate in computer engineering, electrical engineering or computer science and expertise in intelligent agents, object-oriented systems, databases or hardware systems. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Costas Tsatsoulis, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 864-7749.

Publications editor

Computing services. Applications accepted until position is filled; review begins Feb. 12. Salary $29,000 to $33,000. Responsibilities include producing and coordinating several types of publications. These publication include traditional hardcopy documentation such as newsletters, seminar schedules, yearly reports and user educational handouts; and online documentation and publications. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Ruth M. Hurst, 864-0468.

LAN specialist

Computing services. Applications accepted until position is filled; review begins Feb. 12. Salary $31,000 to $35,000. Responsibilities include providing support for KU's computer center Novell servers and KU user community's connectivity software. Require- ments include at least three years' experience using DOS and/or Windows computer systems; experience supporting Novell Netware on Intel-based hardware; experience using TCP/IP software for Internet access; experience using serial communications software; a bachelor's degree; and at least six hours of coursework in computing. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Ruth M. Hurst, 864-0468.

Assistant instructors

Natural History Museum. Deadline Feb. 17. Salary $82.50 to $110 per week. Week-long, part-time positions. June 2 to June 27 and July 7 to Aug. 1. Positions for assistant instructors in Workshops for Young People. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Ruth H. Gennrich, Natural History Museum, 864-4173.

Laboratory safety specialist

Environment, health and safety. Applications accepted until position is filled; review begins Feb. 17. New position to provide assistance in campus-wide laboratory safety management efforts. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Mike Russell, Department of Environment, Health and Safety, 864-4089.

Associate director

Purchasing. Applications accepted until position is filled; review begins Feb. 24. Responsibilities include supervising the operations of the Purchasing Office, the Office Supply Store, the Furniture Store and property management. Requirements include a bachelor's degree in a related field or extensive purchasing or business man- agement experience and experience in supervising a diverse staff. Preferred qualifications include five years' experience in state, college or university business management. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Janette Kaye Anguish, Purchasing Office, 864-5970.

Program instructors

Education. Deadline Feb. 28. Positions to teach high school students in summer session. Three positions available to teach Spanish, three to teach English, one to teach computer science; two to teach social studies, two to teach science, two to teach math, one to teach dance, and one to teach theatre. Requirements include a bachelor's degree, teaching experience and experience working with diverse youth. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Chris Hampton, Upward Bound, School of Education, 864-3415.

Residence-hall staff positions

Education. Deadline Feb. 28. Positions to supervise high school students in residential unit during summer session. Two residence-hall supervisor positions, requiring a bachelor's degree; one bridge counselor position, requiring a bachelor's degree; and eight tutor/ counselor positions, requiring at least sophomore-level status. All positions require ability to tutor, counsel and supervise high school students. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Chris Hampton, Upward Bound, School of Education, 864-3415.

Costume shop manager

University Theatre. Deadline March 1. Salary $26,500. Start Aug. 1. Responsibilities include supervising all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the University Theatre costume shop. Requirements include a bachelor's degree in theatre or related field, experience in the management of a costume shop, and demonstrated knowledge of costume construction and nontraditional construction techniques. Preferred qualification include a master's degree in theatre or related field. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Jim Peterson, University Theatre, 864-3944.

Assistant professor

Architectural engineering. Applications accepted until position is filled; review begins March 3. Position available in construction engineering and management. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in construction management, construction costs and methods, and construction equipment. Requirements include an earned doctorate in engineering, qualifications to be registered as a professional engineer; industry experience in building design and construction; and a record of teaching, research and service. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Marc Clay Belcher, Architectural Engineering Program, 864-3434.

Complex directors

Student housing. Applications accepted until position is filled; review begins April 4. Salary $19,500 to $22,500 plus furnished apartment and meals when the dining service is available. Start July 27 or earlier. Responsibilities include supervising and coordinating student personnel aspects of residence unit(s), including educational programming, administration, student development and advising staff selection, training and evaluation. Requirements include a master's degree in student personnel or related area and live-in and residence-life experience. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Kip A. Grosshans, Department of Student Housing, 864-7205.

Studio critics

Architecture and urban design. Deadline March 15. Part-time, visiting positions to teach in both the bachelor's and master's degree architecture programs. Appointments may be on a continuing basis at either the lecturer, instructor or visiting-professor rank. For complete job description and application procedures, contact Donna Luckey, School of Architecture and Urban Design, 864-5126.

Parsons

Assistant/associate research professor/scientist rank

Life span studies. Applications accepted until position is filled; review begins April 1. Start July or soon thereafter. Position is for a professional to develop and direct new initiatives in research, training and development of model services and programs for people with developmental disabilities. For complete job description and application procedures, contact David P. Lindeman or Kathryn J. Saunders, Institute for Life Span Studies, 2601 Gabriel, Parsons, KS 67357; (316) 421-6550.

Classified

Information on classified civil service positions may be obtained from the Department of Human Resources Employment Office, 101 Carruth-O'Leary Hall. Applicant registration forms and skills-identification forms may be picked-up from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Internal and off-campus applicants must register to be considered for positions. Call the 24-hour Dial-A-Job service, 864-4623, for a daily listing of classified job vacancies.

KU classified and state-wide classified listings also are available on the KUFacts at http://kuhttp.cc.ukans.edu/cwis/units/HumanResources/main.html.


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