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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
Career Coordinator Senior 000405

Develops, organizes and coordinates the interactions 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. Develops and coordinates partnerships with local and national employers, alumni and/or advisory boards to facilitate student experiential learning, employment and other partnerships. Designs, collects, analyzes and reports data from employers and students. May supervise staff. Bachelor¿s degree and two years of professional experience or a Master¿s degree.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A08 $36,710 $55,065 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Deaf/Hard Hearing Srvcs Coord 000406

Coordinates services to insure equal access to coursework, out of class activities, co-curricular activities, and institutional events for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing including sign language interpreting and computer assisted real-time transcription (CART). Supervises internal interpreting staff and external contract service providers. Provides direct interpreting service and technical consultation on and assessment of technology-based accommodations; resolves concerns and issues. Trains faculty and staff on working with interpreters and/or CART. May participate in grant projects Bachelor¿s degree in Interpreting, Speech-Language-Hearing, Social Welfare, Rehabilitation Counseling, Special Education or other related field. Two years of experience providing or coordinating services for students who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in a post-secondary environment. Sign Language Interpreter Certification consisting of: KQAS Level 5 (or other state QA level 5 equivalent) in interpreting and transliterating, or Signing Exact English (SEE), or RID CI, CT or NIC, NIC-Advanced, NIC-Master

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Financial Aid Advisor 000407

Provides complex and specialized financial counseling and education services to assist students and/or parents in the application process, financial aid delivery system, financial aid programs available, and what needs to be done before the student can be considered for an award, including, but not limited to: Provides information on aid application and awarding process; on awarding students and posting information in the student system; on budgeting and financial literacy; and on scholarship availability and eligibility requirements; Interprets complex financial aid rules and processes, requiring familiarity and expertise with the Federal Higher Education Amendments (HEOA) as well as other federal, state, institutional and private financial aid regulations and policies. Conducts financial aid workshops; Works with special populations; Validates need analysis with granting agencies for scholarship opportunities. Bachelor¿s degree by the time of appointment.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A08 $36,710 $55,065 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Financial Aid Program Coord 000408

Provides complex and specialized financial counseling and education services to assist students and/or parents in the application process, financial aid delivery system, financial aid programs available, and what needs to be done before the student can be considered for an award, including, but not limited to: Provides information on aid application and awarding process; on awarding students and posting information in the student system; on budgeting and financial literacy; on scholarship availability and eligibility requirements; Interprets complex financial aid rules and processes, requiring familiarity and expertise with the Federal Higher Education Amendments (HEOA) as well as other federal, state, institutional and private financial aid regulations and policies. Develops and leads financial aid workshops May supervise staff. Validates need analysis and/or collaborates with granting agencies for scholarship opportunities. Works with special student populations May lead technology initiatives. May coordinate projects with campus or community partners to execute new initiatives and develop best practices in providing student support services. Bachelor¿s degree with two years relevant experience or Master¿s degree at time of appointment.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
International Advisor 000409

Counsels, advises and consults with international students, visiting scholars and/or faculty/staff on matters related to visas and other immigrant and/or non-immigrant status regulations. Interprets non-immigrant and immigrant status regulations, policies and practices to students, faculty and staff of the university community. May serve as a liaison/mediator between students and academic personnel. Assists in the development, implementation, and presentation of specialized workshops, seminars events and programs. Processes immigration and employment related forms and documents, reports data to appropriate government agencies/systems. Interacts with government agencies. Coordinates immigration/document check-in processes. Assists with international orientation and training programs. Develops and issues required regulatory letters. May supervise student employees. Bachelor¿s degree required with one year relevant experience or Master¿s

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A08 $36,710 $55,065 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
International Advisor Senior 000410

Counsels, advises and consults with international students, visiting scholars and/or faculty/staff on matters related to visas and other immigrant and/or non-immigrant status regulations. Provides expert guidance on higher-level immigration policy and regulatory issues. May supervise, train, and verify the work of immigration advising staff and/or student employees to ensure accuracy and compliance. Interprets non-immigrant and immigrant status regulations, policies and practices to students, faculty and staff of the university community. Monitors regulatory compliance of the institution and individuals under KU¿s visa sponsorship. Designs and implements immigration-related policies and procedures to ensure compliance. May serve as a liaison/mediator between students and academic personnel. Assists in the development, implementation, and presentation of specialized and highly technical workshops, seminars events and programs on campus and for external professional associations. Develops, processes, and maintains immigration and employment related forms and documents, reports data to appropriate government agencies/systems. Bachelor¿s degree and three years of related professional experience OR Master¿s and 1 year of experience.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A09 $41,299 $61,948 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
International Program Coord 000411

Coordinates and oversees the promotion, outreach and success of the KU ¿ Costa Rican Study Abroad partnership. Works with the Office of International Programs at KU, Lawrence to manage the on-site Costa Rica program. Develop and maintain participant materials for application, acceptance, registration, orientation, and evaluation specific to this program. Maintain web based information and sites. Collaborates and serves as the lead liaison with the international host site regarding the student/visitor exchange program. Coordinates needs of faculty members to ensure teaching methods can be delivered. Serves as a contact for students in regard to health and safety, diversity, program evaluation and mentoring. May supervise staff. Bachelor¿s degree and three years of experience in study abroad activities. Minimum of one year advising, program placement and/or administering exchange programs. Leadership experience in managing an assigned faculty-led study abroad program.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A08 $36,710 $55,065 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
International Program Spec 000412

Assists with the coordination of students participating in the Study Abroad program between KU and Costa Rica. Answers routine inquiries from students, faculty and administrators. Updates existing program materials. Helps develop and implement orientation and integration activities upon arrival to the Costa Rican location. Prepares participant materials, maintains records, collects data and prepares student enrollment. Liaises between the Costa Rica host sight institution and the International Programs Office at KU. Works with Costa Rican program partners at the specified institution on space, equipment, Bachelor¿s degree and one year of related experience. On year of study abroad program support experience. Ability to communicate in one or more languages other than English. Experience in Microsoft office and related computer software programs. Willingness to be located in Costa Rica.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A06 $29,597 $42,916 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
International Program Spec CR 000413

Assists with the coordination of students participating in the Study Abroad program between KU and Costa Rica. Answers routine inquiries from students, faculty and administrators. Updates existing program materials. Helps develop and implement orientation and integration activities upon arrival to the Costa Rican location. Prepares participant materials, maintains records, collects data and prepares student enrollment. Liaises between the Costa Rica host sight institution and the International Programs Office at KU. Works with Costa Rican program partners at the specified institution on space, equipment, Bachelor¿s degree and one year of related experience. On year of study abroad program support experience. Ability to communicate in one or more languages other than English. Experience in Microsoft office and related computer software programs. Willingness to be located in Costa Rica.

U-Unclassified Professional Staff A05 $26,309 $38,148 Advising, Career, & Student Services 3C-Professional Specialists
Licensing Coordinator 000414

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

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