City of Topeka
Department: Human Resources
Job Classification: Non-Exempt, Full-Time
Work Schedule: As negotiated in Offer Letter
The Recruiting Specialist is responsible for filing entry level positions in a timely manner with qualified applicants. This demands efficient recruiting, interviewing, evaluating, screening, and reference checking to ensure that from the available candidates, only those possessing the best potential for job success are recommended to managers for consideration. Gives special attention to the values of candidates so that to the degree possible, new employees share the values of Landmark National Bank.
Kansas Grain Inspection Service, Inc. (“KGIS”) is currently accepting applications for a full-time Grain Sampler at KGIS’ service point station in Salina, KS. This position is responsible for sampling trucks and railcars to obtain grain samples and prepare these samples for analysis.
Located in Perry, Kansas, Alpha Christian Children’s Home and School (“Alpha”) is a Christian home and school for children who have been displaced from their families due to abuse, neglect, poverty and other circumstances.
The Paraprofessional is responsible for assisting in the learning process in assigned areas of study, to perform a variety of clerical and supportive tasks for instructional personnel and perform related work as required. The Paraprofessional’s goal is to assist in providing a well-organized, smooth functioning classroom environment in which all students can take full advantage of the instructional program and available resource materials.
Job Classification: Non-Exempt
Work Schedule: Varies based on Employment Terms
Compensation: Grade 7, $12.12 - $18.17 per hour
Reporting Relationship: Vice President of Student Success
The Welding Program Assistant, provides support to the lead program instructor in assisting trainees/participants towards their educational goals. The program assistant is responsible for supporting the Welding faculty in planning and coordinating program activities that continually promote the development and effective use of skills in areas, such as critical and analytical thinking, evaluation, communication, computation, problem solving, and decision-making in a student-centered learning environment.
Job Classification: Exempt, Full-Time
Compensation: Level 12 (Pay Range: $45,004 - $67,507.20)
Reporting Relationship: Vice President Student Success
Manhattan Area Technical College seeks an exceptional candidate of distinguished achievement and administrative accomplishment to provide visionary and innovative leadership, and collaboration with all constituencies to significantly contribute to enhance the college’s existing strengths while moving the school forward to a higher level of distinction as a community partner in preparing and building the workforce of the future.
The Dean of Career and Technical Education provides leadership and innovation in academics through supervision and evaluation of career and technical (CTE) programs and personnel while supporting the enhancement of a student-centered academic environment which frames the College’s mission and vision. The dean is responsible to the Vice President of Student Success (VPSS) and has broad accountability, within the participatory governance framework, for planning, directing and evaluating assigned functions associated with maintaining quality technical programs to include efforts towards reinforcing student success and assessment, staff performance, service on committees, and pertinent projects of the College.