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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|
|Food Service Worker||KU1021||
Prepares and serves food in KU residential or other campus diningfacilities. Performs routine clean¿up associated with meal production.Sanitizes equipment and food preparation areas. Stocks and sets upserving area. Operates standard cooking equipment such as mixingmachines, steam cookers, scales, toasters, food choppers, and avariety of ovens and stoves.
|B-University Support Staff||A04||$24,000||$34,181||Food Service & Dietary||7D-Food Service|
Enforce parking regulations on the University of Kansas campus to include patrolling lots, writing tickets, having vehicles towed, collecting money from meters, regulating signage, and troubleshooting and repairing any issues with campus parking garage gates. High school diploma or equivalent. Valid driver¿s license.
|B-University Support Staff||A05||$26,309||$38,148||Public Safety||7A-Protective Services|
Work involves the management of stock inventory for storeroom. This may include the procurement of materials/supplies, the maintenance of a materials/supplies list electronically and the preparation and processing of orders. Work may also involve maintaining safety standards for materials/supplies. Duties may include data entry, providing customer service to individuals needing to procure materials/supplies and organizing items for future use. May supervise or provide leadership to student employees. High School diploma or GED equivalency and one year of experience in purchasing or inventory of supplies.
|B-University Support Staff||B06||$30,000||$41,453||Administrative Support||4B-Financial Support Staff|
Perform police investigations that serve the University of Kansas community. Regularly conduct criminal investigations and present criminal cases to prosecutors for prosecution into district and municipal courts. Write and execute search warrants, conduct surveillance, process evidence, extract digital evidence from devices, and perform other forensic analysis. Maintain and control evidence.Bachelor¿s degree and a minimum of three years of commissioned law enforcement experience. Certified or ability to be certified as a law enforcement officer by the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center. No convictions of or diversions from any felony crimes, or any misdemeanor or felony crimes of domestic violence. Special Qualifications: U.S. citizen; 21 years of age; valid driver¿s license; drug screen for new hires (certified positions); and annual fire arms qualification (certified positions).
|B-University Support Staff||A11||$53,546||$82,997||Public Safety||7A-Protective Services|
Performs entry level work in the operation, maintenance and repairof low or high pressure steam boilers and other power andmechanical systems in a power plant. Work involves the operation,maintenance and repair of boilers, water softeners, compressors,generators and other related power plant equipment. High School diploma or GED equivalency. Six months of experience in steam generation and/or boiler work. Associate's degree or vocational school certification may be substituted for the required experience
|B-University Support Staff||A08||$36,710||$55,065||Facilities Planning, Design & Operations||6C-Building Maintenance and Opera|
Manager in charge of a department, unit or program that offers specialized services to limited constituents. Persons considered for appointment or promotion to this rank shall have at least four years successful experience as an assistant librarian or its equivalent. They shall have demonstrated professional competence and potential as evidenced by the ability to understand the needs of library users, to work independently, to make sound decisions to cooperate with colleagues and to assume increasing responsibility. In addition they shall have an appropriate record of research and service contributions. After achieving tenure it is possible to remain at this rank indefinitely. Promotion to Librarian does not normally occur before five years of service at this rank. Failure to achieve promotion to the rank of Librarian does not preclude a later consideration. This faculty rank is equivalent to associate professor.
|Associate Dean/Professor||020100||F-Faculty||n/a||$0||$0||1C-Senior Administrative Officers|
|Director/Associate Professor||013100||F-Faculty||n/a||$0||$0||2A-Academic Faculty|
|Associate Director/Professor||016300||F-Faculty||n/a||$0||$0||2A-Academic Faculty|
Serves in a one academic year, limited term position as a non-tenure track member of the teaching faculty performing instruction and scholarly activity under the mentorship of other faculty members. Individual either possesses a terminal degree or be in the final stages of completing the dissertation.
|F-Faculty||n/a||$0||$0||3E-Teaching and Research Staff|