Kansas State University employees take pride in making a difference in nearly 22,000 lives at the nation’s first operational land-grant university. In fact, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities recently designated K-State as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University. As the Princeton Review’s No. 4 university in the nation for quality of life, K-State also takes pride in its employees. K-State was also named one of America’s Best-in-State Employers (Forbes, 2019). Beyond offering an unmatched sense of community and inclusiveness, K-State provides employees with a variety of benefits, including health care, retirement options, discounted event tickets and much more.
At K-State, we are committed to providing a fair and competitive compensation program that will attract, retain and reward high-performing employees at all levels. Base salary for new employees is determined based on market pay for the position, candidate experience and education, internal equity and departmental funding.