10-20-2000, 12:57 AM
At that moment as the ball rolled off my fingertips I knew it was going in,
and the other team was going home.

Those little details. At NIKE, we know all about them. Because we have the
same focus and drive as the athletes we represent. If you know what it takes
to win and can prove it every day, get off the bench, and get in the game.

As our NSRL Research Assistant, you'll perform product-performance research
aimed at increasing understanding of customer needs and activity
requirements to develop technologically innovative footwear what is globally
relevant. You'll be a full-time member of the Footwear Product Creation
Process and interact with Product Analysts in all phases of research to
provide holistic evaluation of products. You'll participate in the
development of new tools, methods and procedures, including hardware and
software, streamline data acquisition, process and analysis to improve fit
research efficiency. In addition, you'll become the resident expert for
Footwear- related research tools, support Corporate Communication by giving
lab tours and demonstrate NIKE commitment to product performance research
through presentations at scientific meetings, clinics, conferences and
publication in scientific journals.

If you're ready to explode on the NIKE career path and have either a
Master's degree in Biomechanics, including Human Factors Engineering or
Ergonomics, or a Bachelor's degree, with at least 2 years' experience in
research, we want to hear from you! In addition you demonstrated ability to
function, as a team member is a must!

If you think you've got what it takes and can prove it every day, indicate
job# INMBRD13123, and email your resume to jobs@nike.com (resumes must be in
plain text or ASCII format, no attachments please), fax (in fine or high
resolution mode only) to 888-767-9855, visit www.nikebiz.com or send it to
NIKE, Inc., Human Resources Center, One Bowerman Drive, Beaverton, OR 97005.
NIKE employs opportunity equally.

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