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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|
Advises prospective students, current students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the general public on licensure information. Provides career counseling to students and assists in job search. Recommends alumni for professional licensure in Kansas and other states based on an evaluation of transcript and other academic materials. Serves as liaison with licensing agencies. Maintains databases and website. Bachelor¿s degree and two years of professional experience.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A08||$36,710||$55,065||Advising, Career, & Student Services||3C-Professional Specialists|
An entry level untenured professional librarian with a MLS degree from an ALA accredited library school. Does not require library experience but should be well-qualified to practice librarianship. Appointees shall normally remain in this rank for a minimum of 5 years before promotion to associate librarian. Appointees may remain at this rank for a maximum of six years before mandated review for award of tenure and promotion. This faculty rank is equivalent to Assistant professor.
|Contract Licensing Coordinator||000654||
Analyzes, interprets and makes recommendations for Licensing Content for university agreements for specific commodities such as technology. This may be a departmental or central procurement position. Duties may include vendor negotiations, sourcing, vendor analysis and record keeping and other support requirements as defined by the department. May mentor, coordinate or supervise other staff and/or student employees. #Bachelor¿s degree and five years of related experience OR Associates degree and seven years of related experience OR high school diploma/GED and ten years of related experience.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A09||$41,299||$61,948||Administrative / Management||3C-Professional Specialists|
Applies advanced knowledge of statistical procedures and multiple psychometric methods and models (e.g., classical test theory, item response theory, diagnostic classification modeling) to develop, implement and/or oversee operational processes including analyses and quality assurance procedures. Supports test development teams from psychometric perspectives by applying knowledge of measurement concepts and setting statistical and measurement guidelines within the test development cycle. Manages and supervises operational work across multiple projects. Oversees and leads analyses of large-scale assessment data across multiple projects. Oversees documentation of operational results, technical reports and manuals.
Designs, conducts and oversees validity studies. Proposes and leads research designs both for proposals for external funding initiatives and as part of the organization’s research agenda. Presents to various external audiences. May supervise psychometric staff on multiple projects. Ph.D. in educational measurement or related field and 4 years of related experience, including previous experience leading all aspects of psychometric work on multiple projects in large scale assessment.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||C13||$125,383||$200,613||Research||3E-Teaching and Research Staff|
Applies generally accepted accounting principles and procedures in working with specialized accounting records and reports. Assembles, analyzes, and reconciles data and transactions. Processes financial transactions within university financial systems. Prepares statements and reports relating to an assigned area of responsibility. Monitors records of past and present operations. May supervise staff or students. #Bachelor¿s degree in a related field and 1 year of related experience OR an associate¿s degree and 3 years of related experience or HS diploma and 4 years of related experience.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A08||$36,710||$55,065||Administrative / Management||3C-Professional Specialists|
Applies knowledge of statistical procedures and psychometric methods and models (e.g., classical test theory, item response theory, diagnostic classification modeling) to develop, implement and/or oversee operational processes including analyses and quality assurance procedures. Supports test development teams from psychometric perspectives by applying knowledge of measurement concepts to inform the test development cycle. Conducts and/or guides analyses in statistical programming and psychometric software (e.g., SAS, SPSS, R, etc.), including complex or novel approaches. Leads and prepares documentation of operational results, technical reports and manuals.
Designs and conducts validity studies. Designs and implements detailed research projects and analyses for complex or novel psychometric analyses. Contributes to proposals for external funding initiatives. Presents to various external audiences. May supervise other psychometric staff. Ph.D. in educational measurement or related field and 2 years of related experience, including previous experience leading psychometric work on one or more projects in large scale assessment.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||C12||$106,535||$165,129||Research||3E-Teaching and Research Staff|
Applies professional nursing theory and practices in accordance with recognized nursing techniques. Performs procedures, protocols, physician orders, and administrative policies during patient assessment and treatment situations for patients at Student Health Services. Promotes health and wellness in interactions with students as they pursue higher education. Provides guidance to LPNs and Nursing Assistants. Documents nursing treatment and patient interaction in the medical record.Licensed as Registered Nurse in Kansas or eligible for license. Current CPR certification
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A09||$41,299||$61,948||Healthcare||3B-Medical Personnel/Staff|
As a senior level executive with University-wide authority, manages and supervises all legal advice, counsel and representation provided to the Chancellor and other University administrators, faculty, and staff for the multiple KU campuses, including the Lawrence campus, the Edwards Campus in Johnson County, the Law Enforcement Training Center in Hutchinson, and the Medical Center campuses in Kansas City, Wichita, Johnson County and Salina. Manages and directs the operations of all attorneys in the Office of the General Counsel, the University tax advisor, the Director of the Export Compliance Program and the support staff in the GC offices located on the two primary campuses. Represents the University in Board of Regents and State of Kansas addressing legal topics, consults and collaborates with counsel for the Board of Regents, the Attorney General of Kansas, general counsel at other Regents universities and counsel for other state agencies to provide consistency in the interpretation of law and the development and application of policy. JD from an ABA accredited school, membership in Kansas bar, or admission to membership within 12 months of hire, and at least 10 years of experience as an attorney. Minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience of other attorneys in a legal office.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A18||$176,627||$291,434||Administrative / Management||1B-Executive and Academic Officer|
|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|
|Medical Records Coder||000454||
Assigns appropriate codes to all patient encounters ¿ ensures accurate and appropriate coding as assigned by providers, making changes or assigning additional codes only in accordance with guidelines. Maintains notations of observations made related to provider coding practices. Provides in-service education programs for providers and performs ongoing coding compliance audits. Maintains Code Dictionaries and advises medical practitioners on Coding Updates. Validates each encounter for complete information for invoicing charges and applying to the proper insurance carrier for claims.High school diploma or completion of GED. Two years of coding experience in a clinical setting, and current, or eligible to obtain, a national medical coding certifications such as CPC (Certified Professional Coder), or AHIMA CCS-P (Certified Coding Specialist- Physician-based) within 6 months of hire.
|U-Unclassified Professional Staff||A07||$33,297||$48,281||Healthcare||4C-Office Support Staff|