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|Job Title||Job Code||Job Description and Minimum Qualifications||Employee Classification||Salary Grade||Minimum Salary||Maximum Salary||Job Family||Position Description||EEO - Job Group|
Directs the Department of Environment, Health & Safety and its respective staff members and student employees, carrying out the operational policies of the University in conjunction with an expanding focus upon issues which affect the health and safety of faculty, staff, and students and the surrounding community, including the environmental impact of programs upon each constituent group. Administers the campus¿ comprehensive environment, health & safety program as responsibilities and authority have been or are assigned.Bachelor¿s degree in Industrial Hygiene, Public Safety Management, Environmental Engineering, Chemistry, Health Physics or similar EHS related field and ten (10) years of professional experience in environmental health and safety. Conditions of Employment: Successfully complete a baseline medical evaluation/examination within 90 days of initial employment; successfully complete OSHA/EPA 40-hour HAZWOPER Training within 180 days of initial employment; Successfully complete a security risk assessment conducted by the U.S. Attorney General/FBI in accordance with CDC/USDA Select Agent Regulations within 180 days of initial employment.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A14||$83,344||$133,351||Public Safety||3A-University Program Administrat|
|Director Facilities Services||000315||
Oversees the operations of the Facilities Service Department to meet the needs of the University mission, goals and objectives. Provides planning, programming and development of projects. Develops and oversees the budget, participates in personnel matters, coordinates projects within department and with external clients, and provides project oversight. Ensures compliance with campus master plan and applicable standards, policies, procedures, codes, and bylaws. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. Seven years of relevant experience, including management experience.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A15||$100,013||$160,021||Facilities Planning, Design & Operations||1C-Senior Administrative Officers|
Oversees design and construction management of campus physicaldevelopment in accordance with University mission, goals, andobjectives. Provides planning, programming and development ofstudies and projects. Ensures compliance with campus master planand applicable standards, policies, procedures, codes, and bylaws.Bachelor¿s degree in Architecture. Eligible to be licensed as an architect in the state of Kansas. Ten years of relevant experience, including emergency management experience.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A16||$120,015||$192,025||Facilities Planning, Design & Operations||1C-Senior Administrative Officers|
|EHS Program Manager||000317||
Positions report to the Director of EHS. Administer, manage, supervise, and carry out their assigned EHS Department¿s campus-wide program(s) area(s). Provide advice, consultation, and direction in campus matters related to assigned EHS program(s) area(s). Work with Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies to form partnerships, foster relations and maintain understanding of program applicable regulatory policies/standards in order to maintain/achieve University compliance.(Depends upon specific program areas)Bachelor¿s degree in an appropriate science, engineering or safety related field, or specified equivalent work experience. Five (5) years of work experience addressing safety issues in program area including supervisory experience. Valid driver¿s license. Conditions of Employment: Successfully complete a baseline medical evaluation/examination within 90 days of initial employment; successfully complete OSHA/EPA 40-hour HAZWOPER Training within 180 days of initial employment; Successfully complete a security risk assessment conducted by the U.S. Attorney General/FBI in accordance with CDC/USDA Select Agent Regulations within 180 days of initial employment.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A11||$53,546||$82,997||Public Safety||3C-Professional Specialists|
|Emergency Management Coordinator||000318||
Coordinate and integrate all activities necessary to help the University of Kansas mitigate natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or other manmade disasters. Build, sustain, and improve the capability of the university community to prepare for and respond to threatened or actual disasters. Facilitate the recovery process after emergencies occur.Bachelor's degree in Emergency Management, Administration, Business Administration, or related field and a minimum of three years of related professional experience. No felony convictions or serious misdemeanor. Special Qualifications: U.S. citizen; 21 years of age; valid driver's license.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A12||$61,578||$95,447||Public Safety||3C-Professional Specialists|
Reports to assigned EHS Program Manager. Coordinate and perform various EHS environmental program efforts and providing assistant to EHS Program Manager in carrying out environmental protection programs/activities. Perform data collection, reporting, sampling, inspection, and updating/revising various campus plans with regard to air quality, water quality and distribution, wastewater and storm water. Also involves Above Ground and Underground Storage Tanks and Environmental Impact and Site Assessment efforts. Bachelor¿s degree in science, engineering, or safety related field OR four (4) years of relevant work experience. Valid driver¿s license.Conditions of Employment: Successfully complete a baseline medical evaluation/examination within 90 days of initial employment; successfully complete OSHA/EPA 40-hour HAZWOPER Training within 180 days of initial employment.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A10||$47,493||$71,240||Public Safety||3C-Professional Specialists|
Work involves providing administrative support for University executives such as Deans and Vice Provosts. Responsibilities may include oversight of calendar and schedule for executive, coordination of communication between executive and staff and acting as a liaison on behalf of executive by conveying their views and opinions to individuals inside and outside the organization. Positions at this level use discretion to prioritize requests made to executive including meeting requests, scheduled appointments and communications. Works independently to handle projects that impact the organization by collaborating with internal and external entities on behalf of the executive. Bachelor¿s degree and seven years of office experience or High School diploma or GED equivalency and 10 years of office experience.*Or equivalencies as approved by HR.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||B10||$45,428||$65,870||Administrative Support||3D-Administrative Assistants/Spec|
Assists in the overall operation of a specific building/facility on campus. Ensures that equipment is operational and maintained to meet standards and protocols. Coordinates remodeling and/or new construction projects on building/facility with both on campus and off campus staff. Submits work orders for repair needs on equipment and facility. Responsible for building security and is notified if a building or equipment problem arises after hours. May assist with space allocation within specific building/facility, purchase orders or bid specifications, event set-up, and general housekeeping needs of the building/facility. Bachelor’s degree in a related field and three years of related experience OR a high school diploma and 5 years of related experience.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A08||$36,710||$55,065||Facilities Planning, Design & Operations||6C-Building Maintenance and Opera|
Plans and directs the custodial staff to ensure that establishedstandards are met on a daily basis. Establish work schedules,routine procedures and training requirements for staff. Performsdaily custodial tasks as needed in absence of custodial staff.Responsible for ordering needed supplies and equipment for specificbuildings and/or zones. High School diploma or GED equivalency. Five years of custodial experience with three years of experience as a supervisor.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A09||$41,299||$61,948||Facilities Planning, Design & Operations||7C-Custodial Services|
Manages the overall operation of multipurpose educational facilities on campus. Provides management and direction for the daily maintenance of the facility. Establishes rules and policies for the facility and coordinates staffing and scheduling needs. Reviews and approves project funding, contracts and required change orders for work to be performed. Contributes to the Service Mission of the Department, School and University. Establishes communication guidelines for events and activities surrounding the facility. Conducts inspections and assessment duties in compliance with University policies and procedures as well as other regulatory agencies. Bachelor’s degree in Business, Education, Communications, Facilities Management or a related field. Five years of experience in facilities management, maintenance or a related field.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A11||$53,546||$82,997||Facilities Planning, Design & Operations||3C-Professional Specialists|