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Employment Opportunities

Graduate Teaching Assistant –
Call Me MISTER Program Coordinator

The Center for Student Success and Professional Services (CSSPS) in the College of Education (COE) is seeking a detail oriented and driven graduate student to join our office. The graduate assistant will serve as the Program Coordinator for the Call Me MISTER program and will report to the Assistant Director of Enrollment Management and Institutional Partnerships.

This position is available in August 2019 for 20 hours weekly/9-month position. Compensation includes bi-weekly salary and eligibility for graduate student health insurance.

Job Work Schedule: Flexible

Hours Per Week: 20

Wage/Salary: $12,624 (Bi-weekly Rate: approx. $630)

Tuition Assistance: Waiver for up to 10 hours of campus tuition in Fall and Spring semesters


The GTA who fills this position will have responsibilities such as:

  • Develop an innovative plan to recruit men of color into the Call Me MISTER program through outreach, high school visits, campus visits and other recruitment programming.
  • Establish and support relationships with school districts in strategic areas across Kansas to build professional connections for men of color participating in Call Me MISTER.
  • Attend weekly Call Me MISTER meetings to ensure clear and consistent understanding of progress and program development.
  • Attend bi-weekly Call Me MISTER seminars to build relationships with and provide development opportunities for men of color participating in the program.
  • Support the Assistant Director of Enrollment Management and Institutional Partnerships on recruitment programming and events as needed. Travel may be required. 
  • Review and develop print and digital promotional materials for the recruitment of men of color into the Call Me MISTER program.

Required Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Graduate student in good standing enrolled in at least 6 credit hours per semester.
  • A strong interest in diversity and/or multicultural programming.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office programs (e.g. Word, Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills, written and face to face.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects efficiently and effectively.
  • Very dependable, well-organized, and detail-oriented.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Professional experience in program development, specifically for programs supporting men of color.
  • Personal experience providing peer or professional mentorship to men of color.
  • Knowledge and experience in research and data collection.
  • Preference will be given to an education candidate who is available to fulfill a two-year commitment.

Application Instructions:

Submit a cover letter and resume, including three references, describing interest and relevant experience to Lori Duncan (seven@ksu.edu). Screening will begin immediately and applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.

Position Announcement (PDF)

Teaching Associate Professor, Counselor Education

The Department of Special Education, Counseling, and Student Affairs in the College of Education at Kansas State University invites applications for a two-year, nine-month term teaching associate professor in counselor education with a focus on the doctoral program. The position will begin with the 2019-20 academic year. The appointment is contingent upon continuing availability of funding and need for services. The position will include teaching doctoral courses, including content related to appraisal, diagnosis, program evaluation, and internship. It may include teaching master’s courses, depending on need. Also, the position involves advising doctoral students, being involved in CACREP-related activities, and providing professional service. The department offers graduate degrees in counseling, student affairs, special education, and academic advising.

Screening of applications begins March 20, 2019, and continues until the position is filled.

Responsibilities, Qualifications, and Application Instructions are available on the Human Capital Services website.

Graduate Teaching Assistant –
Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Graduate Teaching Assistants in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction typically teach undergraduate courses for pre-service teachers and/or supervise practicum students and interns in placements in area schools

Qualifications, Expectations and Application Instructions available on the Curriculum and Instruction GTA Position Announcement (PDF)