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Current Openings

Thank you for your interest in joining the K-State Olathe team.  

Professor of Practice - Animal Health

Kansas State University Olathe is seeking a new Professor of Practice (non-tenure track) position in the area of Animal Health. There is interest in individuals with demonstrated experience in collaborating broadly and working as a team member across disciplines, preferably within the theme of One Health. Highest consideration will be given to candidates who possess a strong background in research, professional service, and teaching as it relates to animal health and/or the animal health industry. View the position announcement

Extension Associate in Produce Safety

This position is responsible for assisting the State Extension Consumer Food Safety Specialist and other partners with coordinating produce safety extension activities in the state of Kansas, particularly to ensure that Kansas fruit and vegetable producers are aware of and compliant with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety rule. For more information, please review the position announcement

Student Events Assistant

Reporting to the Events Coordinator, this position works to support planning, promoting and coordinating meetings, events, classes and conferences. This position exposes students to all aspects of event coordination and reception skills at a full-service event facility. It also provides unique opportunities to work directly with food services and programs and facility operations. See the position announcement for details. 

Student Research Assistant

The Urban Food Production and Postharvest Handling Lab at KSU Olathe is looking for a summer student worker, with potential to continue working in the fall. Please see the position announcement for details.

 

 
 

A comprehensive list of openings in the university system can also be found by visiting K-State's 
Employment Page. Please follow directions for application process within each posting. In addition, students and alumni are encouraged to visit the Career and Employment Services site