The University of Kansas seeks to recruit and retain top talent in all positions. Each of our more than 10,000 dedicated employees plays a vital role in the university’s mission to shape leaders, conduct groundbreaking research, provide foundational knowledge, support students and work collaboratively to solve global challenges.
Current opportunities with the Office of Research, listed in order of application deadline:
Director of the Biodiversity Institute & Natural History Museum
The University of Kansas seeks outstanding applicants for the position of director of its Biodiversity Institute & Natural History Museum. The director sets the strategic direction for the BI with regard to research, education and outreach and holds a 20% joint appointment as a tenured faculty member in an appropriate academic department. The director has unique opportunities to develop a personal research program synergistically within the BI and collaboratively with a large and diverse KU research community.
Director of Mass Spectrometry & Applied Proteomics Laboratory
The search for a new director of the Mass Spectrometry Lab has reached the interview phase. Learn about the candidates under consideration to oversee this centrally funded core research laboratory that supports projects in fundamental and translational sciences, including small molecule, proteomics and metabolomics.