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Job Title Job Codesort descending Job Description and Minimum Qualifications Employee Classification Salary Grade Minimum Salary Maximum Salary Job Family Position Description EEO - Job Group
Education Program Manager 000425

Envisions, conceptualizes, designs, and develops materials content, programs and/or activities to foster engagement of students, visitors, an/or community members in the research, instruction and/or service of the unit. Independently coordinates large scale and/or complex unit education program(s) from its inception to final presentation of the program, including administrative responsibilities. Designs and conducts program assessments, analyzes results, and modifies programs based on results. May teach programs and/or oversee those who teach. Collaborates with University faculty, staff, students, visiting scholars, artists or professionals from varied disciplines, and/or members of the community in developing and managing education programs. Leads initiatives and secures external funding. Supervises staff and/or student employees. Master¿s or bachelor¿s plus five years related experience. Degree depends upon area of discipline. Degree equivalency may occur in some disciplines.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A11 $53,546 $82,997 Educational Support & Delivery 3G-University Program Managers
Education Program Specialist 000426

Organizes the logistical arrangements for camps, workshops, and/or educational events with the oversight of others. Prepares and may teach program content to foster engagement of students, visitors, and/or community members in the research, instruction and service of the unit. Creates materials. May assist with grant projects. Bachelor¿s degree depends upon area of discipline. One year of related professional experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A07 $33,297 $48,281 Educational Support & Delivery 3C-Professional Specialists
Fire Service Trainer 000427

Deliver training props to class locations, coordinate set up of props, and assume the role of lead instructor/coordinator for the training. May include supervision of other instructors. Teach authorized training courses and coordinate dissemination of instructional materials. Complete and submit course documentation as directed by Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute policies. High school diploma plus five years¿ progressive experience conducting/ providing fire service training; National Certification as a Fire Service Instructor I; National Certification as a Fire Fighter. May Require: Kansas Class A Commercial Driver¿s License with a Hazardous Materials Endorsement or the ability to obtain license within four months of employment.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Educational Support & Delivery 3E-Teaching and Research Staff
Instructional Designer 000428

Collaborates to design and create customized instructional elements in academic and professional education context. Manages and develops projects from inception to completion. Creates or supervises production of elements with multiple educational technologies. Bachelor¿s degree and two years of related professional experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Educational Support & Delivery 3E-Teaching and Research Staff
Laboratory Coordinator 000429

Designs, tests, and/or executes instructional experiments or demonstrations and research. May procure, build, transport, operate, and maintain equipment and materials. Trains faculty, staff, and students in the use of facilities/equipment; may include curriculum development. Assists with scheduling of space and equipment for research, instruction, and other functions. Assists with security. Supervises student employees; may supervise staff. High school/GED and 5 years related experience OR Bachelor¿s degree with one year of related experience OR Master¿s degree in field related to discipline.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Educational Support & Delivery 3E-Teaching and Research Staff
Laboratory Program Director 000430

Oversees operation of educational and/or research laboratory program(s) in collaboration with other professionals. Develops curricula and may teach classes. Oversees designing, testing, training and performing and/or for lecture demonstrations and/or experiments for KU courses and/or research. Creates academic course/lab schedules. May procure, maintain, fabricate and/or troubleshoot laboratory equipment or materials. Develops and gives tutorials; trains/instructs faculty and students in utilizing facility and equipment including safety/security protocols. Compiles and disseminates findings for publication and/or presentations. May engage in grant writing. Supervises staff; may supervise graduate students and student employees. Science (Bio/Chem/Phys): Master¿s degree and three years related experience. Engineering: PhD

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A11 $53,546 $82,997 Educational Support & Delivery 3A-University Program Administrat
Laboratory Technologist 000431

Assists with day-to-day operation of teaching and/or research spaces. Handles equipment and/or technology inventory and scheduling or loaning processes. Supports training of faculty, staff, and students. Operates and provides technical support for equipment, instrumentation, and other technological resources. May assist with security. Science (Bio/Chem/Phys):Bachelor¿s degree in field specific to discipline with one year of related experience. Engineering: High school/GED and 3 years related experience OR Bachelor¿s and 1 year related experience OR Master¿s degree in field related to discipline.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A08 $36,710 $55,065 Educational Support & Delivery 3E-Teaching and Research Staff
Master Teacher 000432

Develops programs, curricula, learning objectives, syllabuses, lesson plans, and reference/presentation materials for coursework to enhance secondary school teacher preparation. Instructs KU students and secondary teachers in classes, courses, workshops, and/or seminars. Coordinates and supervises teacher field experiences and models effective classroom instruction.  Advises students on lesson design and other instructional strategies. Evaluates student achievement and provide/record appropriate records and reports. Assesses and enhances curricula and programs.  Serves as liaison and program advocate with public school district administration and teachers and with higher education, business, and legislative leaders. Develops and administers grants Master¿s degree based in area of discipline. Three years  of secondary public school instructional experience in related field.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A11 $53,546 $82,997 Educational Support & Delivery 3E-Teaching and Research Staff
Police Instructor 000433

Instruct student officers and police officers in basic (eligible for KU academic credit), intermediate, advanced, and/or specialized law enforcement classes, courses, seminars, and workshops at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) and outreach sites throughout Kansas. Provides student officers with academic counseling services and evaluates student officer¿s achievement and provide/record appropriate records and reports. Develop curricula, learning objectives, lesson plans and handout reference material for all certified and authorized basic law enforcement training academy programs in Kansas. Regularly reviews current curriculum to assess and analyze validity. Bachelor¿s degree or the ability to obtain within six months of hire date and a minimum of five years of increasingly responsible experience as a full-time, certified law enforcement officer. Special Position Requirements: Holder of or ability to obtain a valid and current Kansas driver's license; May be exposed to hazards of firearms; emergency vehicle operations; physically demanding defensive tactics; and extreme weather conditions. May require occasional travel; No convictions of or diversions from any felony crimes, or any misdemeanor or felony crimes of domestic violence.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A11 $53,546 $82,997 Educational Support & Delivery 3E-Teaching and Research Staff
Police Instructor Senior 000434

Develops curricula, learning objectives, syllabuses, lesson plans, and reference/presentation materials for police subjects and instruction of basic training (eligible for KU academic credit) and in-service training classes at Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) and outreach sites across the State of Kansas. Assesses and enhances curricula based on law statute changes, court decisions, or research. Coordinates with other contacts to obtain needed support services and/or instructional resources. Provides student officers with academic counseling services and evaluates student officer¿s achievement and provide/record appropriate records and reports. May participate in hiring of Police Instructor staff. In addition to instructional duties, independently coordinates police education program or components of larger programs (e.g. Range Master, EVOC, etc.) with direction from supervisor, including administrative responsibilities. Designs and develops materials content, programs and/or activities to foster engagement of students, visitors, and community members in the research, instruction and/or service of KLETC. Designs and conducts KLETC program assessments, analyzes results, and modifies programs based on results. May instruct programs or may supervise those who instruct. May participate in grants projects. May supervise staff Bachelor¿s degree and a minimum of five years of increasingly responsible experience as a full-time certified law enforcement officer. Degree depends upon area of discipline. Degree equivalency may occur in some disciplines. Special Position Requirements: Holder of or ability to obtain a valid and current Kansas driver's license; May be exposed to hazards of firearms; emergency vehicle operations; physically demanding defensive tactics; and extreme weather conditions. May require occasional travel. No convictions of or diversions from any felony crimes, or any misdemeanor or felony crimes of domestic violence.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A12 $61,578 $95,447 Educational Support & Delivery 3E-Teaching and Research Staff

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