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Technology Support Consultant

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is accepting applications to fill multiple IT Technology Support Consultant position. The KBI is an assisting law enforcement agency that supports the Kansas Criminal Justice Information Systems and all law enforcement agencies in the state of Kansas. Our IT environment exposes technicians to a variety of exciting enterprise systems, lab equipment and specialty devices. Working for the KBI provides a great sense of pride and accomplishment.

The primary responsibility of this position is to advise and assist computer users in a distributed computing environment. Work involves supporting computer and storage hardware, system software, and peripherals. Additionally includes troubleshooting local area (LAN) or wide area (WAN) networks. Exceptional customer service and communication skills are needed.

Experience with configuration of Network Switches, Virtual Environments, Active Directory/Group Policy, Linux, Server Backup Solutions, Patch Management, IIS Configuration are highly recommend. Additional experience with SANs, Scripting/Coding and other Enterprise systems are a plus.

Applicants are expected to have a passion for learning and a drive for success. The KBI Technology Support team is demanding at times and always rewarding.

Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:
Provides primary LAN/PC/Server support.
Provides application orientation and basic customer IT training.
Troubleshooting PCs, laptops, software, printers, drivers, faxes, and specialized agency applications.
Responds to employee questions by email, in-person, or over the telephone.
Assists customers in obtaining system repairs or conducting the repairs directly.
Recommends, installs, and configures new desktop systems. Ensures user requirements are met with regards to applications installed.
Ensures agency security policy is enforced by patching workstations and servers and following best security practices. Manages Antivirus solution on client and server side.
Assist provisioning new servers using traditional and virtual infrastructures. Evaluates application requirements and monitors servers to ensure that service level agreements are met.
Develops or maintains procedures and reference material for system operation and technical support. Develops, maintains and publicizes business and system procedures for system users. Develops and maintains training materials for users or system support staff.
Monitors server utilization and performance in a virtual and physical infrastructure.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES

Additional duties and responsibilities may be added to the position description at any time. The position description does not state or imply that these are the only activities to be performed by the employee(s) holding this position. Employees are required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related responsibilities as requested by their supervisor.

Hourly Pay Range: $18.26 – $24.37 Note: Salary can vary depending upon education, experience, or qualifications. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211777&PostingSeq=1

Public Service Administrator (211778)

Public Service Administrator
Job Opening ID #: 211778
Location: Topeka / Shawnee County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Kansas Highway Patrol www.KHPJobs.org
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About the Position:
• Who can apply: Anyone (External)
• Classified/Unclassified Service: Unclassified
• Full/Part-time: Full-Time
• Work Schedule: 8:00am – 4:30pm
• Eligible to Receive Benefits: Yes
• Veteran’s Preference Eligible: No
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Compensation:
• Hourly Pay: $22.72
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Position Summary & Responsibilities:
Position Summary: The incumbent will oversee the administrative functions for the Troop T Air Support Unit – Executive Aircraft and Law enforcement aircraft divisions to ensure the programs are meeting their statutory requirements and meeting the goals and objectives of the programs and will supervise the Troop T Administrative Specialist. This position is supervised by the Troop Commander.
Process e-mail generated from the Executive Aircraft general mailbox. Maintain and coordinate the Executive Plane schedule for Governor and other State agencies. Prepare flight itineraries to meet the prerequisites of the Governor and other State agencies schedule. Utilizing the pilot’s completed daily flight logs, enter data in the flight data tracking software, generate invoices and send Fiscal information for the billing records and payment vouchers of the Governor’s Executive Plane. Maintains publications and database critical to safety of flight and regulatory requirements. This position requires specialized aviation knowledge and professional communication with outside agencies to include the Governor’s Office.
Participates in hiring of and trains, coaches and mentors clerical personnel; Supervises and assigns, reviews and evaluates work; uses problem solving methods and appropriate tools to improve processes. Will directly supervise an administrative specialist who performs a variety of office administrative tasks and explains policy and program decisions to the public, other agencies, and officials, who prepares accounting functions, prepares statements and reports, completes research in data discrepancies.
Determines supply needs and works closely with other Troop T supervisors to determine what purchase requests needed entered and when a P-card can be utilized. Create requisitions into the SMART (Statewide Management Accounting and Report Tool) system and/or KHP Inventory Management system, to ensure compliance with state purchasing policies and procedures. Reviews and track supply orders and update SMART records on status of shipments. Receives the supply orders and ensures all ordered items are received and in acceptable condition. Reviews invoice for correct unit prices, accuracy of computations and overall conformity in a timely manner. Records all invoices received and forwards to Headquarters for payment. Assist Fiscal staff to resolve billing discrepancies and questions with vendors. Research payments in the SMART system and reviews the paid files in response to phone inquiries from vendors. Develops professional customer service relationships via telephone, and e-mail conversation with vendors. Prepares financial reports, enters, and research purchases using SMART, and MS Excel. This position requires specialized aviation knowledge to properly complete purchasing activities for aircraft operations. Little or no supervision.
Responds to KORA requests in a timely manner as set forth in the most current KORA laws and guidelines. Consults with Operations Commander or Executive Aircraft Supervisor, as necessary, determine the disclosure of records per agency policy and guidelines, rules of discovery and according to KORA regulations. Completes special projects and performs other duties as assigned including but not limited to natural and/or manmade disasters, infectious disease outbreaks, and/or acts of terrorism. Assist other employees in the work unit in accomplishing assignments as necessary. Minimal supervision.
Track aircraft funds and transactions in and out of the funds. Prepare fund reports and data to assist the Troop Commander will fund manage and reporting.
This position will have oversight on the time reporting into SHARP by the Administrative Specialist. When the Administrative Specialist is absent, this position will serve as the backup SHARP time entry person and reporter.
This position will oversee office logistics to include, maintaining access codes and keys, cleaning and supply vendors, HVAC services, and other office and Troop needs.
Handles Troop T data collection and reporting as assigned by the Troop Commander. This includes aircraft data, purchase requests, purchase orders, grant activity and data, special projects data and information, and P&GA required data and reporting requirements. Uses aviation programs, manuals, software, and hardware as needed.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211778&PostingSeq=1
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Qualifications:
Education: High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
Licensing & Certification: Valid Driver’s License. Notary for the State of Kansas.

Necessary Special Requirements: Two years of experience in general office, clerical, and administrative support work.
Ability to speak clearly and concisely in person and on the telephone. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with fellow state employees and the general public. Proficient with Microsoft windows and Excel software programs. Knowledge of office procedures and payroll. Listen, comprehend and respond to fellow employees and general public via telephone or in person. Basic mathematical calculations. Accurate proofreading. Ability to multi-task. Ability to read and write comprehensively. Aviation knowledge about aircraft, airports, and aviation industry is essential.
Preferred Qualifications: Training in SHARP, SMART, Microsoft Office & Teams software programs, general office practices, english grammar, and aviation industry knowledge.
Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Must submit to and pass a thorough background check including fingerprints. Ability to lift up to 30 lbs, sit, walk, stand, repeatedly bend, stretch, twist, stoop or reach out with body, arms and/or legs.
Persons applying for positions with KHP will be subject to background investigation, fingerprints, and/or drug screening.
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Recruiter Contact Information:
• Name: Captain Jason Vanderweide
• Email: Jason.Vanderweide@KS.GOV
• Phone Number: 785-296-8087
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Public Service Administrator I (211754)

Public Service Administrator I
Job Opening ID #: 211754
Location: Topeka / Shawnee County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Kansas Highway Patrol www.KHPJobs.org
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About the Position:
• Who can apply: Anyone (External)
• Classified/Unclassified Service: Classified
• Full/Part-time: Full-Time
• Work Schedule: 8:00am – 5:00pm
• Eligible to Receive Benefits: YES
• Veteran’s Preference Eligible: YES
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Compensation:
• Hourly Pay: $17.39
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Position Summary & Responsibilities:
Position Summary: Serves as the Subject Matter Expert for the Ignition Interlock (IID) program in Kansas and is responsible for responding to customer and IID vendor inquiries. Ensures complete IID compliance from all approved vendors in Kansas per Kansas Statutes and Regulations. Assists managers with oversight of the Kansas IID program.
1) Responsible for ensuring compliance standards are continuously met in accordance to Kansas Administrative Rules and Regulations and statutes. Conducts quality performance reviews in person, remotely etc. as necessary to meet business needs. Participates in vendor development plans, documents and recommends corrective action plans as directed and approved by chain of command. Ensures all procedures are adhered to.
2) Serves as first line of support for IID related customer and vendor inquiries, complaints, etc. Types of communication include but no limited to phone, email and written as necessary to meet business needs. Provides support to customers, Driver Services staff and other stakeholders as directed by manager. Develops and administers Quality Assurance plan alongside manager for all IID vendor related activities. Incumbent works to continuously improve relationships and partnerships with vendors, customers and other stakeholders. The position has minimal latitude in making decisions affecting use of resources, personnel and organizing workload to achieve agency goals as assigned by manager.
3) Responsible for maintaining all IID related documentation, correspondence, devices, etc. Incumbent must be able to provide statistical and logistical data as requested.
4) Performs other duties as required by supervisor to ensure the efficient operations of the program. Such duties may include participation in problem identification and resolution and assignment of tasks necessary to complete special initiatives as directed by supervisor or other members of management.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211754&PostingSeq=1
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Qualifications:
Education: High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
Licensing & Certification: Valid Kansas Driver’s License.

Necessary Special Requirements: Two years experience interviewing, investigating, or providing technical assistance to clients, customers, or public.
One year experience in providing direction necessary to implement the objectives of an agency, program, or organizational unit.

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Must pass background investigation.
Persons applying for positions with KHP will be subject to background investigation, fingerprints, and/or drug screening.
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Recruiter Contact Information:
• Name: Matthew Payne
• Email: Matthew.Payne@KS.GOV
• Phone Number: 785-822-1765

Communications Specialist I (208307)

Position Summary: Incumbent will learn policies, procedures and develop competency in the following areas: Operation of a highly complex multi-channel satellite repeater radio system to maintain contact between KHP troopers, other state, local and federal agencies, and fire and ambulance personnel in a wide geographic area. Accessing, operating, interpreting, and disseminating information sent and received from data entry terminals, NCIC, NLETS, KCJIS, DOR, ALERT, the SPIDER computer system, EPIC and the National Auto Theft Bureau to exchange information on a worldwide basis and to provide support to a variety of law enforcement functions. Competency in answering multiple emergency telephone lines to take information pertaining to criminal activity, life threatening situations, Safe School Hotline, and vehicle accidents. Coordinates the response of emergency and/or maintenance personnel and equipment to prohibit further threat and destruction of life and property.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=208307&PostingSeq=1

Qualifications: Education: High School diploma or equivalent Licensing: Valid KS Driver’s License

Minimum Qualifications: Hearing correctable to a range, that will allow normal radio and telephone conversation with field units (Trooper) and the public. Must successfully pass prescribed hearing, vision and typing tests prior to employment. Must submit to and pass a thorough background investigation with no felony record, no selling of marijuana or controlled substance, good moral ethics, etc. Must have ability to make rapid independent decisions in a highly stressful environment, accurately type alphabetical and alpha-numerical figures with reasonable speed (40 wpm), get along with all kinds of people and personalities, control emotions and be cognizant of several things/events happening at one time. Must have above average communication skills, able to write and read comprehensively.

Preferred Qualifications: Two-year experience as a dispatcher in public safety / communications may qualify for CSII level.

Post-Offer: Must successfully, within 6 months of employment and biannually thereafter, complete and pass a written examination in the practices and procedures of the FBI’s NCIC system for mandatory certification.

Pre-employment Requirements: Persons applying for Positions with KHP will be subject to background investigation, fingerprints and psychology screening.

Accountant II (211396)

Location: Topeka / Shawnee County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled

Who can apply: Anyone
Unclassified Service
Full-Time
Benefits Eligible
Work Schedule: 8:00am-5:00pm
Compensation: Hourly Pay: $24.48
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Position Summary: Administers and manages the financial record keeping and the reimbursement of expenses for assigned agency grants. Tracks, prepares and performs grant draw-downs and money movement. Tracks, prepares and performs grant close-outs, Biannual Strategy Implementation Reports (BSIR), and fiscal reports for previous, current and new fiscal year projects. These tasks require the use of generally accepted accounting principles, completion of federal financial forms, common accounting software, programs, and spreadsheets, and usage of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Payment and Reporting System (PARS), the FEMA Grants Reporting Tool (GRT) and Delphi envoicing System. Submits quarterly reports for all programs. Works with Director of Accounting, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and program grant managers to provide state and federal budget information as required. Coordinates and compiles with state and federal requirements for reporting, documentation, monitoring and auditing of grant administration and reconciliation. Reconciles, maintains and balances funds monthly utilizing the State Management and Accounting Tool (SMART). Creates and processes journal vouchers to correct any errors identified. Monitoring will include projections of year-end balances for projected shortfalls and cash balances on a monthly basis for potential cash flow problems. Provides assistance with year-end process and close-out. Conducts internal financial audits on assigned grant programs. Develops specifications and objectives to ensure grant procedures are in compliance with grant requirements. Provides accounting/fiscal assistance, support, and guidance to regional partners and sub-recipients of the grant funding by reviewing sub-contracts for compliance and project applicability with grant guidance; reviewing expenditure plans; verifying proper documentation and approvals of equipment, projects and funds for drawdown of funds; monitoring fiscal programs daily with fiscal agents and partners; assembling required audit information for federal and state grant officials. Corresponds with Federal and State officials to ensure the agency has the necessary knowledge of the grant requirements to avoid audit exceptions. Identifies conflicts between Federal and State policies, regulations, or procedures and makes recommendations to eliminate them. Works closely with Federal and other State officials to ensure the agency is aware of all changes as they occur. Provides training to staff on the grant specifications and requirements to ensure field policies are developed in accordance with them.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211396&PostingSeq=1

Qualifications:
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Licensing: Valid Driver’s License

Minimum Qualifications: Two years of experience in professional accounting/auditing work.
Working knowledge of professional accounting/auditing work using generally accepted accounting principles, knowledge and methods. Demonstrated professional experience in financially managing/coordinating grants. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, agency officials, other employees and the public; communicate effectively with internal and external customers both orally and in writing; and multi-task. Experience with Microsoft Office software to include Word, Excel, and Outlook.

Preferred: Undergraduate degree in Accounting. One year professional grant monitoring experience.

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Must submit to and pass a thorough background check including fingerprints. Ability to sit, walk, stand, stretch, twist, reach out with body, arms and legs; listen, comprehend, respond, speak clearly and concisely in writing, in person, and on the telephone; repeatedly bend, stoop, lift lightweight materials up to 30 lbs, drive, sit for long periods of time, and perform repetitive motions with one or more extremity.
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Contact Information: Whitney Brooks
Email: Whitney.Brooks@KS.GOV
Phone: 785-296-5977

Procurement Officer II (211485)

Procurement Officer II
Job ID #: 211485
Location: Topeka / Shawnee County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Who can apply: Anyone
Unclassified Service
Full-Time
Benefits Eligible
Work Schedule: 7:30am – 3:30pm
Compensation: Hourly Pay: $23.26
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Position Summary: Incumbent procures moderately complex procurement activities for goods and services by administering contracts, placing purchase orders from state established contracts, conducting in-house bidding, developing and maintaining agency contracts, and purchase orders as required to assure the goals and objectives of the Kansas Highway Patrol are met effectively and efficiently. This position creates bidding events in the SMART system for goods and services, awarding at the lowest possible cost consistent with accepted and necessary standards for quality and service while operating within established purchasing regulations. Incumbent reviews purchase requests to determine the proper method of procurement, investigates sources of supply, develops product standards and specifications to go to the Division of Purchasing for bid items over the KHP authority limit and in accordance with State statutes, solicits bids, reviews and analyzes bid responses to determine the lowest responsible bidder, recommends and makes awards up to a specific dollar amount in accordance with state and agency specific purchasing policies and regulations. This position ensures a continuity of supply thus preventing the interruption of the flow of goods and services, verifies pricing in line with contractual agreements, maintains a consistency of quality thorough physical inspections, follow-up with end users, product testing and evaluation and research, etc. Incumbent is responsible for the Business Procurement Card (BPC) program used to procure goods and services for the agency. Serves as liaison between BPC vendor and KHP users in resolving inquires related to BPC accounts. Addresses BPC issues that are not limited to the following: new users, transfers, name change, Troop change, address and PCA code changes, lost cards, expired cards, defective/damaged cards, canceled cards, activation number changes, billing discrepancy, leave of absence/military leave, over limit issues, non-acceptance issues (e.g. merchant category codes, machine acceptor ID), unauthorized card purchase, managing control accounts, and the acquiring of individual statements. Maintains and tracks BPC holder accounts on database. Prepares the appropriate paperwork in acquiring the necessary signatures for card initiation. Is involved in the full cycle progress of receiving, gathering, sharing, and distributing, information that pertains to the BPC program. Maintain accurate inventory of the copier Contract (including units ID numbers, location of units throughout agency, and features associated with unit ie. Fax) annual billing and ordering as needed. This will require excellent communication through out the agency and to work with all bureau’s in every district and HQ. Contacts and meets with vendors via verbal and written communications to obtain information such as product specifications, product accuracy, and quality, product availability, damaged shipments, under/over shipments, late shipments, substitutions, incorrect billing, etc. Due to the extensive contact with vendors, state and agency personnel, the incumbent must develop and maintain good working relationship so as to create an attitude of cooperation and goodwill. Incumbent shall attend and participate in regular and special meetings or conferences with vendors, business representatives, end-users and other state and agency personnel and execute assignments connected therewith. Documents and maintains job aides for assigned tasks, completes special projects, and performs other duties as assigned. Assists other employees in the work unit in accomplishing assignments as necessary.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211485&PostingSeq=1

Qualifications:
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Licensing: Valid Driver’s License

Minimum Qualifications: Two years of experience in procuring commodities and services which includes preparing order specifications, estimates, bids, contracts and awarding contracts. Experience and the ability to write product specifications is required. Ability to speak clearly and concisely in person and on the phone; establish and maintain effective working relationships; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing with fellow employees, general public, and vendors; listen, and respond to fellow employees, general public, and vendors via telephone or in person. Common to proficient knowledge/use of personal computers and of Microsoft windows software programs; as well as automated purchasing/inventory software. Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations; accurate proofreading; multi-task; and read and write comprehensively.

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Must submit to and pass a thorough background investigation, including fingerprinting. Ability to repeatedly bend, stoop, lift lightweight materials up to 40 lbs.; sit for long periods of time; walk; stand; stretch; twist; perform repetitive motions with one or more extremity; reach out with body, arms and/or legs; and move in confined areas.
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Contact Information: Rebecca Cyr
Email: Rebecca.Cyr@KS.GOV
Phone: 785-368-6433

Equipment Mechanic Senior (211483)

Equipment Mechanic Senior
Job ID #: 211483
Location: Topeka / Shawnee County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Who can apply: Anyone
Unclassified Service
Full-Time
Benefits Eligible
Work Schedule: 7:30am – 4:30pm
Compensation: Hourly Pay: $25.68
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Position Summary: Builds new vehicles by installing necessary equipment in order to prepare them for issue. This is accomplished by determining and gathering parts/equipment needing to be installed and installing that equipment. Troubleshoots, adjusts and aligns parts and system components, fitting where necessary to ensure satisfactory operation of interrelated systems. Performs inspection and drives vehicles to ensure proper performance. May act as a teacher and/or trainer to improve the vehicle operators knowledge of the operation of their vehicle and equipment and preventives maintenance. Diagnoses mechanical or electrical problems or failures to determine the exact nature and extent of repairs needed by utilizing specialized testing equipment, such as engine analyzers, test benches, pressure gauges, voltmeters, dial indicators, micrometers, etc. and performs visual and auditory checks. Performs inspection and drives vehicle to ensure proper performance. Performs a wide range of repairs and troubleshooting on all vehicles. Performs maintenance on vehicles including but not limited to; changing fluids and filters; installing and balancing tires; replacing break pads, rotors, calipers and their related parts; disassembling rear axle assemblies and replacing gears and bearings; performing engine tune up; installing push bumpers; removing and installing internal and external parts; repairing window regulators and motors; removing and installing seats and other interior components. Performs full range of overhaul and repair work of vehicles. Performs major and minor overhaul and repair on engine assemblies, fuel systems including carburetors and fuel injection, fuel pumps, suspension systems, starters, gauges, alternators, gear boxes and cooling systems. Salvages wrecked vehicles in order to retrieve Patrol owned parts and equipment that are interchangeable with other vehicles. Utilizes gas and electric welding equipment, painting or other relate skills to complete necessary repairs. Operates the agency’s flatbed recovery tow truck to travel throughout the state to recover wrecked or disabled vehicles to the fleet shop.

Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following: Maintains cleanliness of shop and personal work area by disposing of trash, sweeping, mopping and performing other task necessary. Maintains shop records, work orders and parts orders as necessary. Informs supervisor when stock items are needed. Abides by all shop safety rules and ensures all shop equipment is kept clean and in good working condition. Completes special projects and performs other duties as assigned. Assists other employees in their work unit as needed. Regular, reliable, dependable, performance is an essential function. Daily use of telephone, calculator, vehicles, reference materials, vehicle hoist, fluid flushing machine, brake lathe, tire mounting and balancing equipment, air and electric operated tools and hand tools. Occasional use of; computer and related software, scanner and other electronic testing equipment, fork lift, and power washer.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211483&PostingSeq=1

Qualifications:
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Licensing: Valid Driver’s License

Minimum Qualifications: One year of experience in automotive and/or diesel mechanics to meet the needs of the agency. Ability to communicate orally and in writing with all levels of agency personnel, the public and other law enforcement personnel; establish and maintain effective working relationships; and read, comprehend and apply understanding of repair manuals and diagrams.

Preferred Qualifications: Two years basic automotive mechanical and electrical system knowledge.

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Must be able to lift 75 lbs; capable of inspecting vehicles and detecting visible and/or audible defects when evaluating it’s condition; and able to bend, stretch, twist, squat, stoop, push, pull or reach with body, arms and/or legs and get in and out of vehicles. Must submit to an extensive background investigation.
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Contact Information: Shane Harder
Email: Shane.Harder@KS.GOV
Phone: 785-368-8535

Applications Developer III (209949)

Applications Developer III
Job ID #: 209949
Location: Topeka / Shawnee County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Who can apply: Anyone
Unclassified Service
Full-Time
Benefits Eligible
Work Schedule: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Compensation: Hourly Pay: $36.74
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Position Summary: This is advanced technical work in information systems analysis and application development. Serves as senior consultant and/or subject matter expert providing consultation to users and staff for the most complex problems. Work involves identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Functions as the top technical consultant for the organization in one or more highly specialized areas of application analysis, design, and programming by providing guidance, technical expertise and/or research services to others. Assignments are given in terms of expected results and are subject to occasional review.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=209949&PostingSeq=1

Qualifications:
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Licensing: Valid Driver’s License

Special Necessary Requirements: C++, .NET, C#, ASP.NET, APEX, MSSQL, CSS, and JavaScript.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, co-workers, customers and general public. Ability to speak clearly and concisely in person and on the telephone. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing. Ability to work with people of all skill sets and work in a team environment.
Successful completion of 24 hours in computer science coursework or certification and three years experience coding, testing, and debugging application programs or four years experience coding, testing, and debugging application programs.

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Must submit to and pass a thorough background investigation and security clearance(s), including fingerprints. Ability to listen, comprehend, respond, speak clearly and concisely verbally and in writing; drive a vehicle, lift computer equipment and other objects up to 30 lbs, bend, kneel, stoop, reach with your body, arms and/or legs, perform repetitive motions with one or more extremity, move in confined areas and sit for long periods of time.
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Contact Information: Timothy Kurowski
Email: Timothy.Kurowski@KS.GOV
Phone: 785-368-8082

Public Service Administrator II (211634)

Public Service Administrator II
Job ID #: 211634
Location: Topeka / Shawnee County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Who can apply: Anyone
Unclassified Service
Full-Time
Benefits Eligible
Work Schedule: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Compensation: Hourly Pay: $24.00
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Position Summary: This is a specialized and semi-technical position that is involved with a wide variety of agency programs. Supporting the agency programs to help them meet their objectives in a distributed computing environment is a vital role this position fulfills. Planning, deploying, and maintenance of the agencies PC’s and other peripherals such as phones, and giving input to the Information Systems Manager on improving the processes and ways IT can be leveraged to improve overall efficiency are critical to the level of success of this unit. Works support for issues for the applications for the video monitoring platform or access control in support of the Capital Police Monitoring Center. These applications include: the C-CURE 9000 Building Management System to manage access control card readers and the FLIR Latitude VMS for monitoring video cameras. Works troubles calls, prioritizing a response, and dispatching to the appropriate technicians (OITS, DoFM, KHP, or contracted vendor). Resolution process includes keeping the reporting agency informed of any potential charges, the status of the resolution, and working with accounting to ensure outside agencies are invoiced appropriately. Assists Information Systems Manager with current projects by preparing reports, documents, and tracking status updates. Stays current with KITO office to ensure compliance on reported projects. This includes, but is not limited to, departmental, agency-wide, or inter-agency projects (KITO reportable and others). Provide assistance to the Information Systems Manager with scheduling service calls, reporting, inter-departmental activities, and coordinating between various entities. Responsible for the design and implementation of certain administrative operations in order to accomplish the work unit’s responsibility. Provide assistance with activations and support on various agency devices up to and including mobile phones, laptops, and desktops while working with and supporting the Help Desk team. Oversees the voice, data and wireless communication requests, primarily with OITS (new circuits or trouble reporting). Works as a vendor liaison, acquiring information, receiving equipment, and resolving disputes when required. Completes purchase orders, vouchers, bills and forms to approve merchandise and/or reimbursement or to make payment for services and goods such as (IT devices, DTaaS, NaaS, and mobile accessories). Maintains valid tracking of all expenditures and receipts. Prioritize and/or organize requests for service, trouble tickets and maintenance of building, and security technicians. Develops and monitors processes to make sure all requests are performed timely and in order. Generates reports to the Information Systems Manager.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211634&PostingSeq=1

Qualifications:
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Licensing: Valid Driver’s License

Minimum Qualifications: One year of experience in providing direction necessary to implement the objectives of an agency, program or organizational unit. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, customers, and supervisor. Must be a highly organized individual with the ability to function efficiently without constant supervision. Proficient writing skills and the ability to articulate technical processes in written format is critical. This position will assist the CIO. Communicate effectively with internal and external contacts both verbally and in writing.

Preferred Qualifications: Highly desired: Three years experience working with I.T. related processes.

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Applicant must complete the state project management process within one year of appointment. Must pass a through background investigation, and security clearance (no felony record) including fingerprinting. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and carry PC equipment. Ability to bend, stretch, twist, or reach with your body, arms and/or legs.
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Contact Information: Omar Macias
Email: Omar.Macias@KS.GOV
Phone: 785-291-3735

Technology Support Consultant II (211468)

Technology Support Consultant II
Job ID #: 211468
Location: Salina / Saline County
Job Posting Closes: Open Until Filled
Who can apply: Anyone
Unclassified Service
Full-Time
Benefits Eligible
Work Schedule: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Compensation: Hourly Pay: $27.60
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Position Summary: This is a technical position advising and assisting computers users in a distributed computing environment. Involves computer hardware and software support on Microsoft Windows and other operating systems with commercial and custom software packages. This includes planning, deploying, and maintaining the agencies PC’s and other related peripherals. This position works with the Help Desk support team to resolve help desk phone calls or request and tracks the resolution to these requests with accuracy and documentation in a help desk ticket database. Requires daily interaction with users experiencing problems and difficulties with Microsoft Windows desktops and laptops and those system’s various applications in an effort to provide resolution to issues andor provide training. Provides feedback on improving the processes and ways IT can be leveraged to improve overall efficiency.
This position will be required to participate in after hours support, based on a rotating schedule between other members of the Help Desk team.

Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following: Essential Tasks – User Platform (single user) – hardware; system, utility and office automation software. 1. Help Desk Phone Support. 2. Laptop Mobile Support. 3. Desktop Application Support. 4. Federal Motor Carrier Support. 5. User Training. 6. Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam – Adware support and user authorization application access. 7. Completes special projects and performs other duties as assigned including but not limited to ensuring the agency is adequately staffed during and immediately following natural and/or manmade disasters, infectious disease outbreaks, and/or acts of terrorism. Assists other employees in the work unit in accomplishing assignments as necessary.

For a full position description email request to KHP.Career@KS.GOV , please include the Job ID #. Apply online at https://jobs.sok.ks.gov/psc/sokhrprdcg/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=211468&PostingSeq=1

Qualifications:
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Licensing: Valid Driver’s License

Minimum Qualifications: Six (6) months advising and assisting computer users in a distributed computing environment. Ability to speak clearly and concisely in person and on the telephone. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with KHP and other state employees. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing. Ability to work with people of all skill sets and work in a team environment.

Preferred Qualifications: Prefer 1 to 2 years working with PC’s operating systems of Windows based products. Two years I.T. training resulting in degree, diploma or certification.

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements: Must submit to and pass a thorough background investigation and security clearance(s), including fingerprints. Ability to listen, comprehend, respond, speak clearly and concisely verbally and in writing; drive a vehicle, lift computer equipment and other objects up to 30 lbs, bend, kneel, stoop, reach with your body, arms and/or legs, perform repetitive motions with one or more extremity, move in confined areas and sit for long periods of time.
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Contact Information: Paul Williams
Email: Paul.Williams@KS.GOV
Phone: 785-296-5960