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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
Engineering Technician 000393

Responsibilities may include one or more of the following: surveyingutilities, buildings and other infrastructure and topographicalfeatures; updating campus base maps; locating utilities andproviding field verification; preparing construction documents forprojects; and associated tasks. Associate degree in Civil Engineering Technology or a related field OR two years of experience in Autodesk,surveying or locating utilities.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Facilities Planning, Design & Operations 5C-Engineers/Electronics Technici
Academic Advisor 000394

Provides advising and guidance to students on academic and/or personal issues to include:  degree planning, academic support services, academic policy issues, graduation requirements, degree certification, degree auditing, and/or general administrative guidance. May perform these services in an advisory capacity to campus units. May present information at admissions or orientation events and act as liaison with students, parents and/or public. May coordinate scholarship and or funding processes. May teach classes and/or provide training.  Bachelor’s degree with one year relevant experience OR Master’s degree.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A08 $36,710 $55,065 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Safety & Health Specialist 000395

Reports to assigned EHS Program Manager. Coordinate and perform hazard identification, risk assessment and compliance assurance activities related to the assigned EHS campus-wide programs. Perform/coordinate Construction/Renovation Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment; Abatement Project & Contractor Inspection and Monitoring; Conduct Facility Hazard Assessment & Repair inspections.Bachelor¿s degree in science, engineering, or safety OR four (4) years of relevant work experience. Two year¿s work experience in asbestos and/or lead abatement field. 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 7A-Protective Services
Emergency Communication Spec 000397

Function in the Emergency Communications Center, the hub for thegathering and dissemination of information for the security andprotection of University buildings, students, and staff. Provide police,medical, fire, maintenance, and parking response to the publicrequesting assistance. Provide critical communication services to alldepartments within the University to ensure a timely responsefor all services. Facilitate public and officer safety.High School Diploma or equivalent. No previous experience required; however, a new employee receives a minimum of 12 weeks in¿house training and is not released independently until competence is proven. Nofelony convictions or serious misdemeanor. Special Qualifications: U.S.citizen; 18 years

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A06 $30,000 $42,916 Public Safety 4C-Office Support Staff
Academic Advisor Senior 000398

Provides complex advising and guidance to assigned students on academic and/or personal issues to include: degree planning, academic support services, graduation requirements, academic policy issues, degree certification, and degree auditing. Evaluates students¿ eligibility for admission. Presents information at admissions or orientation events. Acts as liaison with students, parents and/or public. May work with special student populations. May oversee scholarship and awards processes. May lead technology initiatives, coordinate projects with campus or community partners to execute new initiatives, and/or develop best practices in providing student support services. May supervise staff. May teach classes and/or provide training. Bachelor¿s with minimum of three years of experiences OR Master¿s with minimum of one year of experience with relevant student program development, organization, implementation, and evaluation.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Police Captain 000399

Provide law enforcement services, educational material, and safety information to the University of Kansas community. Perform supervisory and administrative duties to facilitate the smooth operation of the department. High school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of five years of commissioned law enforcement work, including at least three years of field supervisory 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).

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A13 $70,815 $109,764 Public Safety 7A-Protective Services
Chairperson-Assoc Professor 000400 F-Faculty n/a $0 $0 2A-Academic Faculty
Career Advisor 000402

Educates students about the career development, planning, and implementation process through individual and group consultations. Presents career related workshops and presentations. Assists students in connecting with employment and experiential learning opportunities. Collaborates with partners on projects that will enhance career opportunities for students. May work with special student populations. Bachelor¿s degree required. Minimum of one year relevant experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A08 $36,710 $55,065 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Career Advisor Senior 000403

Educates students about the career development, planning, and implementation process through individual and group consultations, including use and interpret career assessments. Designs and presents career related workshops and presentations. Assists students in connecting with employment and experiential learning opportunities. Collaborates with partners on projects that will enhance career opportunities for students. May supervise staff. May provide formal university instruction. May be assigned specific program responsibilities. May work with special student populations. Bachelor¿s degree with minimum of three years of relevant experience or Master¿s with minimum of one year of experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Career Coordinator 000404

Organizes and coordinates or may develop and lead the logistics of interaction between external partners and the university related to experiential learning or post graduate employment of students including career networking events, on-campus interviews and job postings. Works with other staff and/or units to develop and distribute marketing and communication information. Collects data from employers and students. May supervise students. Maintains systems supporting outreach activities. Bachelor¿s degree or four years relevant experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A07 $33,297 $48,281 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists

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