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Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation (OEIE)

Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation
Kansas State University
College of Education
Unger Complex
2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 220
Manhattan, Kansas 66502

785-532-5930
785-532-7185 fax
oeie@ksu.edu

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Employment Opportunities

OEIE is a fast-paced and growing office at Kansas State University. Our service-oriented multidisciplinary team includes professionals from education, curriculum and instruction, psychology, public policy, business and administration, adult education, sociology, mathematics, human development, journalism, and computer science. We work in collaboration with our clients to develop and implement program evaluations, including project design, work plans, instrument development, data management and analyses, reports and presentations. 

To apply to full-time, unclassified positions in our office you must submit a cover letter addressing how your qualifications and skills relate to the position, a resume or curriculum vita listing education, employment history, and other relevant professional information, and the names, phone number, and email address of three professional references. Other application materials may need to be submitted; please see the position description for further details.

To view Kansas State University employee benefits, please visit Benefits Administration. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks diversity among its employees. Background check required.

Current full-time opportunities:

No current openings

Our undergraduate research assistants, graduate assistants, and student programmers are an integral part of our evaluation team. Undergraduate Research Assistants (UGRA) assist the team by analyzing and entering data, transcribing audio files, proofreading reports and instruments, and conducting a variety of general office duties and project support. Graduate Assistants (GA) assist the team by designing and implementing evaluation components, including instrument design, data collection, analysis, and reporting. Student Programmers work closely with our development team to build new features, write tests, and fix bugs. To apply for a research assistant position you must submit a completed application, your resume, and introduction letter addressing your demonstrated skills. We are currently seeking any students for the following positions for Summer and Fall 2017:

Part-time opportunities:

  • Student Programmer
    • 15-20 hours per week, Monday-Friday (between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.)
    • Schedules can be adjusted each semester; summer work is optional