Kansas State University is committed to the growth and excellence of the CIS department. The department offers a stimulating environment for research and teaching, and has several ongoing collaborative projects involving researchers in different areas of computer science as well as other engineering and science departments. The department has a faculty of nineteen, more than 100 graduate students, and 300 undergraduate students and offers BS, MS, MSE, and PhD degrees. Computing facilities include a large network of servers, workstations and PCs with more than 300 machines and a Beowulf cluster with 100+ processors. The department building has a wireless network and state-of-the-art media-equipped classrooms. The department hosts several laboratories for embedded systems, software analysis, robotics, computational engineering and science, and data-mining.

Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks diversity among its employees.

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Business Intelligence Intern - GTM Sportswear

February 5, 2016

GTM Sportswear wants to fill an internship position this spring semester. The position is in the area of Business Intelligence and is available immediately. There is no minimum requirement for years in school. We are interested in interviewing undergraduate students enrolled in Computer Science or Software Engineering.

Here are just a few things our current interns have to say about working at GTM:

“While at GTM, I’ve been able to take what I learn in the classroom and apply it immediately in the real-world, sometimes even that same day!”

“I think what meant the most to me was how quickly they were ready to set me loose on a project of my own.”

“It has always been really hard to balance work and school, but it is really easy here.”

Next Step
If you are interested in this opportunity, please stop by our booth at the Engineering Career Fair on Wednesday, February 10th. I would like to visit with you to help determine whether this is a potential fit for your skills and interests.

To learn more about this opportunity, you can find the job posting here, or find the position for Business Intelligence Analyst Intern at http://gtmsportswear.com/job_application.aspx.

If you’d like more general information about working at GTM, you can visit http://gtmsportswear.com/careers. You can also contact Jessica Thomas at jessica.thomas@igtm.com or 785-537-8822 ext. 1221 with any questions you may have, but again, your best next step is to see us at the Engineering Career Fair. I hope to see you there!

Computing Support Group Assistant - Kansas State University- College of Human Ecology

February 1, 2016

No of Openings:

Hours per Week:


Job Description:
College of Human Ecology: Computing Support Group Assistant
The College of Human Ecology is searching for an undergraduate student assistant to help maintain its local area network and support College workstations.

The network consists of Windows, and Linux servers and Windows and Mac workstations. The College's Computing Support Group assists faculty, staff and students that generate approximately 3,000
annual requests for service. There are around 500 workstations running a variety of operating systems (Win 7/Mac) located throughout six campus buildings.

The starting salary for this position is $9 hour.

Preferred applicants should be able to work at least 20 hours per week and be available to work during off-peak hours, i.e. school breaks, summer vacation, etc.

Preferred applicants would have some or all of these skills in order of importance:
Helpdesk, PC setup and troubleshooting, networking.

Application Instructions:
Interested applicants please use your CES account to apply, or send your resume and cover letter electronically to Marin Dowlin at: mdowlin@ksu.edu with the subject "Assistant Position Resume".

Job Location City:

Job Category:
Clerical/Office Support, Engineering/Engineering Technology, Information Technology/Mathematics

Position Type:

College of Agriculture, College of Architecture, Planning & Design, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration
Post Date:
Expiration Date:

Work Authorization-Jobs:
Will only consider applicants authorized to work in the US without restriction

First Name: Marin
Last Name: Dowlin
Address Line 1: 121C Justin Hall
City: Manhattan
State: KS
Zip: 66506
Phone: 785-532-1558
Fax: 785-532-5504
Email: mdowlin@ksu.edu
Website: www.he.ksu.edu/support

Data Student Assistant - Kansas State University- Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship

January 26, 2016

This position works within the Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship to assist with the development and promotion of library data services. This work will primarily involve assisting clients with their data or data related needs. This position will report to the Director, Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship.

Position Responsibilities and Duties:

Following initial training, the student assistant will be responsible for a variety of tasks that include, but are not limited to:
•Support clients in locating, using, and/or visualizing data (Spatial, numerical, and statistical)
•Become familiar with data management plan requirements at NSF and other funding agencies.
•Review the DMPTool (Data Management Plan Tool) and provide suggestions for updates or improvements.
•Assist with data related workshops and events.
•Become knowledgeable about federal agency policies on open data and be able to interpret or explain policies to faculty or researchers

Required Qualifications:
•Must be enrolled at KSU, 6 credit hour minimum
•Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills; must be able to work effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds
•Comfortable using data software (i.e. SAS, SPSS, MiniTab, or ArcGIS)

Preferred Qualifications:
•Experience assisting clients with technology
•Experience with GIS and digital mapping services
•Experience with statistics software


20 Hours per week.

Flexible scheduling. Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

To apply, please download the application form (pdf) http://www.lib.k-state.edu/sites/default/files/documents/StudentApplicat... .
Once you have completed the application

1. Click File > Save As and use Your Name as the file name.

2. Attach your saved application, resume and current class schedule to an e-mail

3. Send to libhr@ksu.edu with the subject line Student - {Name of Position(s) you are applying for}.

** If you are selected for an interview you will be contacted via e-mail. **

ImageNow Systems Specialist - Information Systems Office

December 16, 2015

Campus: Manhattan
Starting date: March 1, 2016

Job Summary: This position will work closely with departments as they implement ImageNow, including a thorough business process review, training, and implementation of the solution; support the ImageNow system as a member of the central support team, serving as a point of contact for technical questions or issues, as well as enhancement requests; and assist with system upgrades.

• Bachelor's degree. Three years’ experience in a relevant area may be substituted for degree.
• Minimum one year’s experience working with a document imaging system for a large scale organization
• Strong interpersonal, leadership, and communication skills
• Ability to work independently with little supervision
• Experience working in a group setting and interacting professionally to accomplish complex interdependent technical objectives
• In-depth knowledge and experience in records management/filing system practices, document flow, and automating business processes
• Ability to learn complex new information technologies through a combination of significant personal research efforts, hands-on experience, and informal and formal training
• Experience working in a higher education environment and knowledge of the data requirements of a University
• Experience with ImageNow
• Experience with one or more of the following tools and technologies:
 Windows servers and operating systems
 SQL, JavaScript, VBScript, HTML/XHTML, XML, XSL, CSS
 Oracle databases
• Team leader experience on a variety of development projects

Responsible for analysis and design of the K-State’s imaging and workflow system, ImageNow. Works with management and end users across campus to gather requirements, analyze, design, and develop technical solutions including detailed analysis of customers’ current document storage and records management business processes. Analyze and design specialized queries, reports, system add-ons, data migration strategies, and operational processes. Analyze the feasibility and impact of modifications and system enhancements from both functional and technical perspectives. Researches and resolves operational issues. Regularly participates in team meetings.
Provides expert technical and functional advice and consulting to end users and other technical staff. Shares knowledge with other team members on system changes, vendor applications, developer tools, and technical environment. Prepare and present live demonstrations for potential customers or current customers. Create and maintain detailed training materials, both technical and functional.
Operational Support
Investigates and troubleshoots operational issues. Answers technical and functional questions and addresses issues related to system operation. Reports, coordinates, and resolves application problems in cooperation with functional and technical staff as appropriate. Documents the resolution of problems.Work with K-State technical staff to ensure proper system security, back-up and recovery procedures.
Develops and tests upgrades and enhancements to existing programs per specifications. Develop and test reports and built-in functionality of the document imaging system. Develop and test interface and conversion programs. Documents program changes and technical reference materials. Assists with developing end-user testing scenarios. Migrates programming changes through development and test environments. Report, coordinate, and resolve production problems with the vendor and other K-State technical staff. Adheres to application development policies and procedures.
Professional Development
Attends meetings, conferences, and training sessions to increase knowledge and maintain currency in the profession.

How to Apply:
Applicants must submit
1. A cover letter reflecting how skills meet the requirements of the position
2. Resume
3. The names, phone numbers, and email addresses of at least three professional references
to itsemployment@k-state.edu. Screening begins January 4, 2016.

Questions may be directed to Viki Horan at vhoran@k-state.edu.

IT Consultant - Information Technology Assistance Center

February 4, 2016

This position works as a part of a team that provides support for more than 1900 workstations and a variety of mobile devices (iOS, Android devices, Windows Mobile, etc.) in administrative department and academic departments across two of the university's campuses as well as the Kansas Department of Agriculture and Kansas State Research and Extension which include county offices across the state of Kansas. The network environment includes the following platform components: Windows 7/Windows 8, Windows Active Directory and Apple Mac OS X.

Come join us at one of the best kept secrets in the nation, Kansas State University! Whether you’re into college sports, fine arts, boating and fishing, or hiking on the Konza Prairie, K-State and the surrounding area offer a wide variety of experiences that are sure to pique your interest.

See IT Consultant for a complete position description. Screening begins February 22, 2016.

Questions may be directed to Viki Horan at vhoran@k-state.edu.

IT Coordinator - Information Technology Assistance Center-Kansas State University

December 16, 2015

Starting date:March 1, 2016

Job Summary:
This position manages projects associated with technology spaces on campus (classrooms, conference rooms, and labs) and participates in the planning, design, installation, and maintenance and repair of these learning environments. This includes consulting with various faculty, department heads, and univeristy support staff in
Facilities and the different colleges across campus. They will also work with other members of the IT
Team to assist university faculty and staff in more than 100 centrally supported technology classrooms and computer labs as well as the recruitment, sheduling and supervison of student workers.

•B.S. degree in an Information Technology and/or Audio/Visual field, or at least three
years employment experience in electronics, electrical engineering,
telecommunications, or other relevant information technology
•At least three years of experience working in a field related to audio/video or
computing equipment and maintenance
•Experience in diverse learning environments including face-to-face, online and
hybrid environments
•Excellent troubleshooting skills are required, including the ability to think quickly in a high-pressure situation, the ability to quickly and clearly communicate verbally and non-verbally. Customer service orientation toward adiverse group of users who possess varying levels of technical skills. Note that some troubleshooting occurs under less than ideal situations or during intense situations
•Working knowledge of general electronics and high-end audio/visual equipment.
•Ability to communicate technical concepts to individuals with varying levels of IT skills from programmers to end users in classrooms and lab environments
•Proven track record of completing projects on time and the ability to balance multiple tasks and priorities effectively
•Adaptive to changing learning environments and levels
•Ability to learn new procedures, topics, hardware and software at a relatively quick rate
•Ability to work with little or no direction as necessary
•Proficiency in the use of software/applications such as: course management systems, trouble ticketing system, web design, presentation, word processing and publishing and html
•Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills in relation to documentation, user guides and other materials used for training purposes
•Strong understanding of the Windows 7 and 8 operating system

•Past experience with project management and coordination of technology installation in various environments
•Experience with blueprints and wiring diagrams to plan physical installations, and installing cables, podiums, audio visual equipment, computers, etc.
•Experience maintaining and programming Crestron and Extron systems and equipment.
•Experience with K-State Online, Canvas, Blackboard Collaborate or any other Learning Management Systems
•Extensive knowledge and use of more complex Window-based applications, such as databases in a multi-user environment
•Experience with Microsoft Windows domains and Windows Server environments
•Experience in a higher education environment working with a team of technical staff and students
•Certification in AMX, Crestron and/or Extron programming, proficiency in MS Office, MS Project, MS Visio or AutoCAD, Adobe Product Suite, and CTS, CTS-D or CTS-I Certification is desirable

Total Rewards:
This position is a regular, 12-month, full time, benefits eligible position and reports to the iTAC Instructional TechnologyManager. The salary range is $45,000 -$55,000 and includes a comprehensivebenefit package including health, dental, vision, life insurance, paid leave, retirement plan, and tuition assistance. Refer to the benefits summary (http://www.k-state.edu/hr/current-employees/benefits/summary.html) for additional information.

Technology Project Design and Coordination:
•Lead a project team on installation of technology in technology classroom environments as well as department room environments. Meet with departments to consult and plan technology designs.
•Research and gather information on AV technology to assist in building of quotes for classroom design and technology upgrades. Install, program, and maintain control systems, switchers, and user interfaces. Coordinate with manager, vendors and contractors throughout technology installation process to ensure timely and accurate installations.
•Assist in training the department staff on use of technology once it is installed.
•Coordinate with supervisor and team on project details via email, phone, and tracking software.
•Offer consultation and advice to departments looking to upgrade technology and assist staff with the design and installation of new technology classrooms.

Supporting Technology Classroom Environments and University Computing Labs:
•Troubleshoot equipment failures and assist faculty/staff with issues encountered in over 100 technology classroom environments and university computing labs
•Provide quick and efficient response to calls to the hotline, which are sometimes after normal work hours and on weekends
•Ensure that the university computing labs and technology classrooms across campus are in a proper working order.
•Coordinate with IT Help Desk staff to provide timely and efficient resolutions to users’ problems in technology classrooms and university computing labs
•Research equipment to purchase, generate equipment orders for approval, installation of equipment, configuration of new equipment and existing equipment as necessary
•Regularly update and maintain the Inventory Tracking System whenever new equipment is purchased or installed to ensure that records are always accurate and up-to-date
•Provide reporting data and trends as requested

Training, Quality of Service, and Documentation:
•Assist with the development, scheduling, organization, and delivery of training for the student staff
•Monitor the training provided to ensure that all student staff members are adequately prepared to answer questions via phone, Service Now, and in-person
•Develop and improve current training processes and documentation
•Supervise and assist with the development of work schedules for student employees, and assist in the selection process of new student employees
•Manage students with tasks assigned in Service Now
•Participate in all aspects of the IT-Team Quality of Service (QOS) Plan
•Provide impeccable customer service for all duties
•Work cooperatively with KSU IT Units, KSU Libraries and campus constituents to meet the IT needs of the campus community

Other duties:
•Serve on iTAC and other university committees as appropriate
•Perform other duties as they relate to technology assistance within iTAC
•Pursue further professional development opportunities as fiscal resources permit
•Keep abreast of information technology innovations and trends

Contact Information:
Questions may be directed to Viki Horan at vhoran@k-state.edu.

November 19, 2015

The family of companies known today as Shamrock Trading Corporation began in 1986 as a freight brokerage serving agricultural and commodity shippers. Over the past 29 years, Shamrock has expanded its services to transportation logistics, financing, international trade finance and discount programs for trucking companies.

Combined under the Shamrock name, our companies today employ more than 280 people. Since our founding, we have averaged more than 25% in annual revenue growth. In 2014, we celebrated a corporate expansion with the opening of the Shamrock Towers office complex in Overland Park, Kan. This year, the Kansas City Business Journal named Shamrock among the "Best Places to Work" in greater Kansas City.

Strong ethics, dedication to customers and close attention to the market are three factors that have been critical to our success. Despite strong growth, changing market conditions and new lines of business, we have remained true to our core business values.

Shamrock Trading Corporation is seeking IT interns, the selected IT interns will be responsible for participating in development, maintenance and enhancement of business applications with a strong emphasis in web and mobile development. Participate in project teams within as assigned business unit or corporate department and utilize various mobile and web platforms. Collaborate with business partners, and other technical staff to identify user requirements, assess available technologies, and recommend solution options.

Major Areas of Accountability

* Provide business analysis and programming expertise within an assigned business unit/area in the analysis, design, and development of business applications

* Formulate and define application scope and objectives

* Devise and modify procedures to solve business problems

* Prepare detailed specifications from which programs will be written, and design, code, test, debug and document programs


* Current classes toward Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related degree path

* Strong technical knowledge of modern programming languages with hands-on experience performing systems development using mobile and web architectures and environments

* Practical or scholastic experience analyzing and documenting complex systems, business application design, and development

* Knowledge of relevant technology, tools and middleware is critical, including development technologies and programming/scripting languages

* Strong technical knowledge of Object-Oriented analysis and design principles

McKenzie Sumpter | University Relations Recruiter
RTS | Shamrock Trading Corporation
Office Phone / Fax: (913)-310-2215

Software Developer - Shamrock Trading Corporation

November 19, 2015


Shamrock Trading Corporation is the holding company for RTS Financial, RTS International, RTS Credit, and Ryan Transportation Service, Inc. RTS is a growing provider of freight brokerage, financial services, and trade finance to businesses throughout the United States and internationally. In our 29 year history, we have built our company based upon our unfailing dedication to our customers and an emphasis on developing long-term relationships. Our continued success presents exciting opportunities for qualified individuals to join our team of I.T. Professionals.

Do you want to develop and support a wide range of software in a fast growing organization? Shamrock Trading Corporation is looking for sharp people who are always growing. This position offers the opportunity to work hands on as a developer using the latest skills in mobile and web development.


* Hands on development using Java, .NET, Java Script, Android, Objective C and Swift

* Provide business analysis and programming expertise within the business units for the design and development of applications.

* Formulate and define application scope and objectives, devise and modify procedures to solve business problems.

* Work closely with Business roles and Sr. Developers to deploy quality mobile and web applications for our customers and internal users.


* Degree in Computer Science or related field.

* Some combination of experience in the following:

o Windows Server and IIS configuration

o Linux use or administration with SSH

o Java

o .Net

o Objective C / Swift

o Android

o Java Script

* Strong organizational and prioritization skills

* Strong documentation skills

* Strong Customer Service Skills

* Self-motivated and passionate about Software Development

* Desire to work in a fast-paced environment

Our incredible benefits package includes:

* Fully paid employee and eligible dependent medical insurance with day-one coverage

* Fully paid family dental insurance with day-one coverage

* Fully paid family vision insurance with day-one coverage

* 401k with a generous company contribution

* Employer-paid long term disability insurance

* Employer-paid Life insurance coverage

McKenzie Sumpter | University Relations Recruiter
RTS | Shamrock Trading Corporation
Office Phone / Fax: (913)-310-2215

January 27, 2016

The mission of The IDEA Center is to improve learning in higher education through quality research, assessment, and professional development. The Software Developer position requires an individual interested in making an impact on higher education. The ideal candidate should have a passion for creating great software and welcome the challenge that comes with working on a small team with big ideas. The Software Developer position reports to the Director of Software Development.


 Create new software by collaborating with stakeholders to define the requirements, and writing code that is well-structured, well-tested, and meets the stakeholders’ requirements

 Maintain and improve existing software by investigating complex problems and implementing solutions

 Create and maintain documentation that will be used by developers as well as end-users

 Learn about new technologies and development tools that help shape the future of IDEA  Coordinate on special projects as needed


 A Bachelor’s degree in software engineering, computer science, information systems, or equivalent work experience

 Excellent programming skills with a solid understanding of object-oriented languages and principles

 Understanding of the entire development process including gathering requirements, writing specifications, implementing software, creating documentation, performing quality assurance, troubleshooting and the use of source control systems

 Possess strong technical knowledge in software development methodologies, design and implementation

 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

 A commitment to serving both colleagues and clients

 An ability to work effectively within a team environment

 Strong analytical and problem solving skills with a keen attention to detail


In addition to the required qualifications, experience is preferred with the tools currently used at IDEA  Java, Groovy, and Grails

 JavaScript, AngularJS, jQuery, CSS, and HTML

 Git and GitHub

 Gradle, Ant, and Jenkins

 SQL, MySQL, MongoDB

 AWS, Tomcat, and Linux

 Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA

 Atlassian Jira and Confluence

Note: The duties, responsibilities and qualifications in the job description are representative categories only. These general guidelines do not constitute an exhaustive list of qualifications or essential functions for the position. There may be duties assigned or requests made of the person employed in this position that are not listed above. This is a full time position. The person employed must be able to work from IDEA headquarters on a regular basis. Salary is

Please submit a letter of application, which states salary requirements, a current resume and contact information for three professional references to:

Human.Resources@IDEAedu.org. Screening of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

The IDEA Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

T: 800.255.2757
T: 785.320.2400

301 South Fourth Street, Suite 200
Manhattan, KS 66502-6209

Software Engineer - Kansas State University Department of Plant Pathology

January 15, 2016

Overview of position

The Department of Plant Pathology is recruiting multiple Graduate Research Assistant software engineers. The positions will participate in a motivated and talented team of professionals that use the latest technologies to develop and support the Plant Diagnostics Information System(PDIS).

The National Plant Diagnostics Network (NPDN) was established in 2002 in response to the need to enhance agricultural security through protecting health and productivity of plants in agricultural and natural ecosystems in the U.S. With support from the USDA-NIFA and through the collective efforts of many individuals representing Land Grant Universities, federal agencies, state departments of agriculture, and other stakeholders, the NPDN has grown into an internationally respected consortium of plant diagnostic laboratories.

PDIS is used by 30+ NPDN member institutions to support the distributed network of plant pathology, entomology and botany diagnostics laboratories.

Software engineers in these positions will determine the scope and objectives of software development projects through consultation with clientele; develop and modify databases, develop and perform quality assurance activities and prepare detailed specifications from which software is written. Employees will design, code, test and debug; provide expert advice to internal project leaders and apply project management techniques to projects.

Platforms in use or planned use include Microsoft IIS, Microsoft SQL, ASP.NET C#, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Identity Framework, ASP.NET Entity Framework, Telerik Kendo UI, XML, XSL, SOAP, JavaScript, JSON, JQuery, and HTML5.


The Department of Plant Pathology is located on the Kansas State University – Manhattan campus in Throckmorton Hall.

Education Required:

Must be a member of a K-State University Master or PhD academic program in Computer Science or closely related field requiring a high degree of software design and programming expertise.

Experience Required:

One year of experience in designing, coding, testing and maintaining application programs, performing systems analysis in an application environment. Knowledge of and experience with: programming languages; database development; direct access techniques and remote processing; structured and/or computerized diagramming techniques; internet development tools; computer systems analysis; design, testing debugging and maintenance techniques and practices. As a condition of employment candidate must be able to pass a Kansas State University background check.

Preferred Qualifications:

Prefer experience with .Net technology, Model-View-Controller, Microsoft SQL development methodologies. Preferred knowledge and experience with: Windows operating systems and client/server systems; programming languages such as JavaScript, C++, and C#,. NET; database development, direct access techniques and remote processing; structured and/or computerized diagramming techniques; Internet development tools; computer systems analysis, design, testing debugging and maintenance techniques and practices.

To apply, send:

1. Cover letter
2. Resume/Vita
3. References: Three professional or academic references including name, address, phone number and e-mail address.

Send application packets to:

Will Baldwin
Information Technology Director
Biosecurity Research Institute
1041 Pat Roberts Hall, Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506-7600
Email: wbaldwin@ksu.edu
Phone: 785-532-1333

Screening of applicants will begin 18th of January, 2016 and will continue until positions are filled. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. A background check is required.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Kansas State University is an EOE of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Background check required.

Will Baldwin
Information Technology Officer
Biosecurity Research Institute

1041 Pat Roberts Hall | Kansas State University | Manhattan, KS 66506-7600
Email: wbaldwin@bri.ksu.edu | Phone: 785-532-1333 | Fax: 785-532-0973

Student Java Application Developer - Kansas State University- Office of Mediated Education

January 25, 2016

The Office of Mediated Education is hiring part-time student developers. Students will work with a team developing JAVA web applications, participating in the complete life cycle, from initial requirements, design, and development to maintenance and customer support. Exact duties and responsibilities of the position will vary based on the successful applicant's skills and aptitude. Our students complete an onboarding program and receive mentoring from full-time developers to get up to speed with our development practices and exposure to our applications. Hours and Location: You set your schedule but working hours between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday at the K-State Foundation Center on Anderson Ave. Starting wages are $9.00/hr, but could be greater based on experience. Required Qualifications: Current Undergraduate in Technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc.) Students must have problem solving skills and development experience or course work in programming. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 15 hours a week and willing to devote at least a year to the position, including summers. Preferred qualifications: Experience with Java application development. Experience with Ajax, JavaScript, and standards-based web design. Applicants with one or more years employment potential. Ability to work 30 hours per week over the summer if not taking classes.

Systems Engineer - Enterprise Server Technologies

December 16, 2015

Campus: Manhattan

Starting date: March 1, 2016

Job Summary: This position will serve as a member of the System Engineering team responsible for engineering and third-level support of window systems.

• A minimum of two years’ combined education and/or experience in Windows System Engineering
• Two to five years’ experience in Windows System Engineering
• Demonstrated capability to conduct duties outlined above in one or more domains
• Ability to track and apportion time across multiple projects and troubleshooting tickets
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Strong analytical skills
• Effective communicator (orally and in writing) with non-technical and technical audiences
• Willingness to certify through examination or other means that requisite knowledge, skills, and experience are possessed in order to maintain or progress in responsibility and salary
• Training/Certifications/Experience in relevant engineering domains
• Experience working with IT systems deployed in higher education
• Understanding and experience with ITIL processes
• Experience troubleshooting complex IT issues in interconnected systems

• Active Directory architecture and management
• Basic MS-SQL Server deployment & troubleshooting
• Security Policy compliance/host based firewall management
• Fundamental TCP-IP networking
• Server deployment and lifecycle management
• Data classification
• Application deployment and lifecycle management
• System automation
• Maintenance of MS PKI
• Data structure design and management
• Monitoring
• Participation in professional training in furtherance of certification in line with team duties and responsibilities
• Provision of cross training to other members of the team and receipt of cross training from team members to complete team roles and responsibilities.
• Such other duties as may be required

Total Rewards:
This position is a regular, 12-month, full time, benefits eligible position. Salary is $47,000 - $70,000, and includes a comprehensive benefit package with health, dental, vision, and life insurance; paid leave; retirement plan; and tuition assistance. Refer to the benefits summary (http://www.k-state.edu/hr/current-employees/benefits/summary.html) for additional information.

How to Apply:
Applicants must submit
1. A cover letter reflecting how skills meet the requirements of the position
2. Resume
3. The names, phone numbers, and email addresses of at least three professional references
to itsemployment@k-state.edu. Screening begins January 4, 2016.

Questions may be directed to Viki Horan at vhoran@k-state.edu.

Technical Support Coordinator - The Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation (OEIE)

December 4, 2015

The Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation (OEIE) in Manhattan, KS is seeking applicants for a full-time Technical Support Coordinator to expand its technology team. This position will support program evaluation by providing technical support and training for web-based evaluation tools OEIE develops and maintains. Responsibilities include working with clients such as university faculty and other stakeholders at the state and local level, attending meetings and conferences as directed, and working with team members to enhance training and support materials. Candidates must have the ability to work effectively and efficiently within a team and in a fast-paced deadline-orientated environment. Some travel is required.

For more information, see http://bit.ly/1RhfT0h.

Unix Systems Engineer - Kansas State University- Enterprise Server Technologies

January 25, 2016

Campus: Manhattan Start date: March 14, 2016

Job Summary: K-State is seeking an experienced IT professional to join its dynamic Enterprise Server Technologies team as a Unix Systems Engineer. If you have a keen, analytic mind, are team oriented, and can juggle multiple projects without missing a beat, we need you to help ensure the seamless operation of the university’s enterprise systems infrastructure.

Come join us at one of the best kept secrets in the nation, Kansas State University! Whether you’re into college sports, fine arts, boating and fishing, or hiking on the Konza Prairie, K-State and the surrounding area offer a wide variety of experiences that are sure to pique your interest.

Contact Information: See Unix Systems Engineer for a complete position description.

Questions may be directed to Viki Horan at vhoran@k-state.edu.

Website Coordinator - K-State Global Campus

December 16, 2015

Kansas State University seeks applicants with work experience in developing and maintaining websites and knowledge of the web as a marketing tool. Bachelor’s degree in a related field or 3 years’ experience is required. Excellent administrative, collaborative and communication skills are essential. Position description and application procedures posted at http://global.k-state.edu/about/employment/. Email doadmin@k-state.edu or call 785-532-5644 for more information. Screening begins immediately and continues until filled. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and actively seeks diversity among its employees. Background check required.


ITS Employment Opportunities

Information Technology Services at Kansas State University also has student and full-time positions available periodically. You can check out their employment opportunities here at: http://www.k-state.edu/its/employment/