The State Library of Kansas houses government, legislative and historical records. The State Library is a state agency housed on the third floor of the Capitol building's north wing. In addition to the documents held in the State Library's collection, the location provides space for patrons to read, make copies or use one of the public computers on the west side.
The State Library also maintains digital databases for state agencies and research and historical databases for the general public. Digital collections also include eBooks, audiobooks, and online resources for Kansans. The State Library also oversees the Talking Books program, which provides support and specialized materials to eligible Kansans.
First day of employment coverage under the State’s comprehensive medical and prescription drug coverage and dental plan. Additional voluntary options including vision, hospital indemnity, accident and critical illness insurance plans and flexible spending accounts. Retirement and deferred compensation programs Sick & Vacation leave Work-Life Balance programs: parental leave, military leave, jury leave, funeral leave Paid State Holidays (designated by the Governor annually) Employee discounts with the STAR Program Learning Quest 529 Savings Plan for postsecondary education savings
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A short walk to Evergy Plaza, boutique shopping and 30+ restaurants Near Monroe School, home of the Brown v. Board National Historic Site Short commutes from long-standing neighborhoods and community schools in the Topeka area (for positions officed in Topeka) Thirty minutes to Lawrence, KS One hour from Manhattan, KS One hour from Kansas City, home of numerous history, art and sports museums, entertainment venues and award-winning restaurants