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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
Project Manager Civil Engr 000366

Serves as the project manager on civil engineering projects or as civilengineering support. Work may include, feasibility studies, planning,design, estimating, construction administration managing andcoordinating outside engineering consultants such that thestandards, needs, and requirements of the University are incompliance with both code requirements and design aesthetics.Works with all parties to develop a construction set of plans forprojects, monitors progress and assures that project is completed onschedule. Assists with the technical engineering side of the biddingand award process for projects. Bachelor¿s degree in an Engineering field. Eligible to be licensed as a civil engineer in the State of Kansas. Five years of experience in design and construction industry.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A10 $47,493 $71,240 Facilities Planning, Design & Operations 3C-Professional Specialists
Project Manager Landscp Archt 000367

Serves as project manager for landscape architecture and siteprojects, managing and coordinating the team, preparing budgets,completing construction documents and specifications, andoverseeing construction management in accordance with University,state, and code requirements. Provides landscape architecturesupport on small and large capital projects in accordance with theUniversity master plan. Prepares budgets for project, coordinatesproject team, completes construction documents and assures thatspecifications meet University, state and code requirements. Visitsproject site to review progress and inspect construction. Identifiesfield problems, reviews and completes necessary design changesand monitors progress of complete project. Assists with planninginitiatives surrounding Campus Master Plan, Landscape Master Plan,Tree Campus USA, Wayfinding initiatives, and siting options forproposed buildings and site improvements. Coordinates landscaperelated donations and maintains the Gifts & Memorials Map for theUniversity. Bachelor¿s degree in Landscape Architecture. Eligible to be licensed as a landscape architect in the State of Kansas. Five years of related experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A10 $47,493 $71,240 Facilities Planning, Design & Operations 3C-Professional Specialists
Project Manager Mech Engr 000368

Serves as the project manager on engineering projects or asengineering support. Work may include feasibility studies, planning,design, estimating, and construction administration. Manages andcoordinates outside engineering consultants such that thestandards, needs, and requirements of the University are incompliance with both code requirements and design aesthetics.Prepares construction documents and specifications for renovationof buildings in the disciplines of electrical, mechanical, plumbing,heating, ventilation, air conditioning and fire protection. Preparescost estimates for proposed projects and updates as project needschange. Audits existing conditions of proposed construction site forreplacement, repair, renovation or new installation. Bachelor¿s degree in an Engineering field. Eligible to be licensed as an engineer in theState of Kansas. Five years of experience in design and construction industry.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A12 $61,578 $95,447 Facilities Planning, Design & Operations 3C-Professional Specialists
Public Safety Administrator 000369

Administer the Civilian Services Division in accordance with the goals set forth by the Public Safety Office. Evaluate the concerns of the University community and provide public safety services to address those needs. Establish and revise policy and procedure of the Civilian Services Division, which adheres to Federal, State, University, and local laws as well as policies and procedures set by other regulatory agencies. Supervisory duties required. Bachelor¿s degree in a related field and a minimum of 5 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 A13 $70,815 $109,764 Public Safety 3G-University Program Managers
Public Safety Manager 000370

Manage multiple areas in the Public Safety Office that directly relate to campus safety, including the 911 Emergency Communications, Police Records, and the campus-wide security camera network. Manage multiple projects in various stages of completion. Oversee daily operations to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. May supervise and/or provide leadership to officers and/or administrative staff. Bachelor¿s degree in Personnel or Public Administration or a related field and a minimum of three years as a communications officer/specialist including at least three years of related supervisory experience. No felony convictions or serious misdemeanor. Special Qualifications: U.S. citizen; 21 years of age; valid driver¿s license.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A11 $53,546 $82,997 Public Safety 3A-University Program Administrat
Pump Mechanic Senior 000371

Performs repairs, installation, and maintenance of pumps and related equipment. Inspects, diagnoses, rebuilds, and performs repair work on motors, pumps, controls, valves and related equipment. Inspects, maintains and repairs shafts, bearings and belts on various HVAC equipment. Recover, reclaims and charges various HVAC equipment. Installs condensing units and air delivery systems and associated piping. Keeps inventory on critical pumps for HVAC systems across campus. Ensures preventive maintenance is scheduled and completed on equipment critical to system operations. Trains and mentors junior staff to ensure continuity and consistency of maintenance activities on campus. Three years of experience as a mechanic or in a related field. Associate’s degree or vocational school certification may be substituted for one year of the required experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Facilities Planning, Design & Operations 6A-Construction Trades
Storeroom Supervisor 000373

Work involves the management and oversight of the operation of a University storeroom. Duties may include the oversight of the purchasing of materials/supplies for University facilities and equipment in accordance with good procurement practices and procedures. Work may also include the shipping, receiving, and maintenance of materials/supplies and the supervision and monitoring of any organizational procedures and processes including inventory control system(s). Responsibilities may involve supervising and directing the work of assigned shop personnel including student employees and staff. High School diploma or GED equivalency and three years of experience in a purchasing or inventory of supplies environment. Valid driver¿s license and CDL may be required.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff B09 $40,380 $58,551 Administrative Support 4B-Financial Support Staff
University Fire Marshal 000374

Ascertains the University¿s compliance with building / fire / lifesafety codes and American with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations.Reviews construction documents for compliance, conductsconstruction / fire inspections, oversees life safety system testing,and educates University entities on compliance related issues.Produces an annual Plan of Correction for all fire and life safetycitations. Works with design & construction managers to ensureprojects comply with applicable codes. Manages the University FireMarshal Authority and on behalf of the Office of State Fire Marshal,performs fire and life safety inspections, annual fire inspections, andassociated activities required as a commissioned fire inspector.Manages the development, design, and testing standards for firealarm systems and mass notification systems. Bachelor¿s degree in Architecture, Engineering, or related field. Eligible to be licensed as an architect or engineer in the State of Kansas. Fire Inspector I certification or ability to obtain certification within the first six months ofemployment. Five years of experience in professional or governmental architectural or engineering environment.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A13 $70,815 $109,764 Facilities Planning, Design & Operations 3C-Professional Specialists
Accounting Specialist 000377

Responsible for completing financial transactions, including accounts payable/receivable, procurement card and transactional reconciliations, travel authorizations and reimbursements for the unit, endowment accounts, state appropriations and earned income, and grant funding using established processes, procedures and systems. Work may also include reviewing and auditing departmental payroll and personnel transactions, compiling financial reports and reconciling departmental accounts. May supervise or provide leadership to student employees and/or staff. High School diploma or GED equivalency and three years of relevant experience or Bachelor¿s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or related field.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff B07 $31,905 $46,263 Administrative Support 4B-Financial Support Staff
Administrative Associate 000378

Work involves specialized and/or diverse administrative support work. Work may also involve the responsibility of providing assistance to an administrator, such as a departmental chair or equivalent director. Duties may include accounting and bookkeeping, acting as a liaison and providing assistance with public relations assignments and graduate admissions, advising and record keeping. Positions at this level may use discretion to implement general office operations, interpret statutes, regulations, policies and procedures and make interpretations for others. Positions will utilize standard office tools and technology. May supervise or provide leadership to student employees and/or staff. High School diploma or GED equivalency and two years of office experience or two years of post-secondary education.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff B07 $31,905 $46,263 Administrative Support 4C-Office Support Staff

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