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Karen Wrench
09-12-2000, 04:45 AM
Please post the following three positions. Thank you.

Position Announcement at Marquette University
Assistant Professor, Program in Exercise Science
The Program in Exercise Science in the Department of Physical Therapy at
Marquette University is seeking applicants for an Assistant Professor
position to begin August, 2001. Our program includes the opportunity to
work with a diverse student population and includes teaching and multi
disciplinary research opportunities. New faculty will help shape this new
well equipped undergraduate program. The chosen candidate will join a
dynamic faculty comprised of exercise physiologists, physical therapists
and athletic trainers. The candidate must also indicate a commitment to
multi cultural education, a demonstrated success in attracting external
funds, and sensitivity to the needs of minority students. This is a ten
month (additional support of summer research efforts possible) tenure track
position.

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. An earned doctorate in the area of Biomechanics/Kinesiology, or a
related field, and two or more years of post-doctoral experience strongly
suggested.
2. Evidence of potential for research or a current research agenda and
successful grant writing.
3. Demonstrate a commitment to quality teaching and active participation
in allied professional organizations.
4. Previous teaching and laboratory experience in exercise
physiology/biomechanics desired. Ability to develop, establish and direct
kinesiology/biomechanics with movement analysis /or cardiopulmonary testing.
5. Applicants should have primary expertise in aging/geriatrics or women's
health as they relate to biomechanics. Sub-specialties should include one
or more of the following: assessment of sport performance, conditioning
and fitness, sports nutrition, or motion/movement analysis.
6. PT or ATC preferred but not required.
7. NSCA and/or ACSM certification desirable but not required.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Instruct and advise at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Courses taught will include kinesiology/biomechanics. Other courses may
include nutrition and performance, exercise and special populations,
exercise testing, prescription, or other advanced electives. Many
courses will have laboratories
2. Provide leadership for a newly developed undergraduate exercise testing
or motion analysis labs.
3. Conduct independent and collaborative research, grant writing and pursue
external funding. Publish in exercise physiology or other related journals.
4. Other duties and responsibilities will include directing and serving on
theses committees, serving on departmental and university committees and
providing appropriate community service.

Review of applications will begin January 15, 2001 and continue until
position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of interest with
e-mail address and vitae (unofficial transcripts requested). Include the
names, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of three references,
statement of interest relative to job description, and summary statement of
research interests and professional goals. Send to: Paula Papanek, Ph.D.,
MPT, FACSM, Search Committee, Exercise Science, PO 1881, Marquette
University, Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881. Marquette University is an Equal
Employment Opportunity employer.



The College of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Program in
Exercise Science has the following position available:

POSITION: Clinical Faculty (Strength Specialist or Personal Trainer)

RESPONSIBILITIES: This clinical faculty opening is a 12 month position.
Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate exercise science students
in the areas of strength, conditioning, and exercise leadership and
mentoring students. Additional development of upper division exercise
science electives and student advising required. Candidate must also
demonstrate ability to conduct research with student involvement and have
experience with diverse athletic populations.

QUALIFICATIONS: Requires a minimum of a masters degree in exercise
science or related field with NSCA CSCS*D or ACSM equivalent required.
Demonstrated College teaching experience required. PT and/or ATC desired
but not required. Applicants should be able to show significant commitment
to their profession, as well as professional experience in strength,
fitness, wellness or corporate fitness settings. Experience with cultural
diversity, disadvantaged populations and women's health a plus.

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

POSITION AVAILABLE: August 1, 2001

APPLICATION DEADLINE November 1, 2000

Interested individuals please send a letter of interest and resume to:

Karen Wrench, Professional Development Coordinator
Program in Exercise Science
Marquette University
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881






The College of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Program in
Exercise Science has the following position available:

POSITION: Practicum Coordinator

RESPONSIBILITIES: The clinical faculty opening in Exercise Science is a 12
month, full-time position. Responsibilities include assisting students
with Practicum/Internship placement and the supervision of these same
students during internship. Maintaining data base of practicum sites and
files of internship information. Continuing development of new sites that
would include fitness, wellness, athletic training, corporate and clinical
centers. The coordinator is responsible for evaluation and assessment of
student experiences during the internships, as well as teaching
professional skills classes and student advising.

QUALIFICATIONS: Requires a masters degree in exercise science or related
field with NSCA or ACSM certifications. PT and/or ATC desired. Applicants
should demonstrate practical experience in a fitness, wellness or corporate
fitness settings. Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational
skills are essential. Experience with cultural diversity, disadvantaged
populations and women's issues a plus. College teaching experience desired.

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

POSITION AVAILABLE: January 1, 2001

APPLICATION DEADLINE October 1, 2000

Interested individuals please send a letter of interest and resume to and
three references to:

Karen Wrench
Program in Exercise Science
Marquette University
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881



Karen Wrench
Professional Development Coordinator
Program in Exercise Science
Marquette University

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