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Johannsen, Bodil Nielsen (ifi)
11-20-2001, 11:38 PM
> -----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
> Fra: Johannsen, Bodil Nielsen (IFI)
> Sendt: 21. november 2001 14:27
> Til: 'BIOMCH@NIC.surfnet.nl'
> Emne: S: Job openings on BIOMCH-L
>
> Dear administrator
> The deadline for the advertisements below has been extended to February
> 2d.2002. Will you please announce that with the original text?
> sincerely
> Bodil Johannsen
> Bodil Nielsen Johannsen
> Professor dr. phil.
> Director of Institute
> Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences
> Universitetsparken 13, DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
> Phone: +45 3532 1620, Fax +45 3532 1600
> E.mail: bnielsen@aki.ku.dk
>
>
> > -----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
> > Fra: Johannsen, Bodil Nielsen (IFI)
> > Sendt: 15. november 2001 12:31
> > Til: 'biomch-l@nic.surfnet.nl'
> > Emne: Job openings on BIOMCH-L
> >
> > Dear Administrator
> > Find below two descriptions of positions open for appointment at our
> > Institute.
> > Would you please insert them as an advertisement on your web site
> > yours sincerely
> > Bodil Johannsen
> > Bodil Nielsen Johannsen
> > Professor dr. phil.
> > Director of Institute
> > Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences
> > Universitetsparken 13, DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
> > Phone: +45 3532 1620, Fax +45 3532 1600
> > E.mail: bnielsen@aki.ku.dk
> >
> > 1) Associate Professorship in Human Biomechanics and Motor Control
> >
> > University of Copenhagen
> > Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences
> > At the Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of
> Copenhagen,
> > Department of Human Physiology, a position as associate professor in
> Human
> > Biomechanics and Motor Control is available for appointment from 1
> August
> > 2002, or as soon as possible after that date.
> >
> > The position is permanent and involves research and teaching within the
> > field of biomechanics and motor control in humans. Applicants should
> have
> > documented research qualifications in biomechanics including functional
> > anatomy and motor control in relation to human movements in e.g. sport,
> > physical activity, ergonomics or rehabilitation.
> > The associate professor must be prepared to teach human biomechanics at
> > all levels at the institute, and further to prepare and participate in
> > exams and carry out administrative duties as well, and attend to other
> > tasks according to decisions of the institute. The appointment includes
> > teaching obligations in functional anatomy for students of physical
> > education and medicine in collaboration with the Department of Medical
> > Anatomy C, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen.
> >
> > The research tasks include the applicant's own scientific work and
> > collaboration with ongoing research and development projects in the
> > institute within the field
> >
> > By appointment importance will be attached to the applicant's degree of
> > documented scientific production at an international level and teaching
> > qualifications. For further reference please consult the present
> > Ministerial Circular on Job Structure.
> >
> > Terms of appointment and payment according to the agreement between the
> > Ministry of Finance and AC (The Danish Confederation of Professional
> > Associations) on Academics in the State. In addition to the
> > salary based on seniority, the successful applicant will receive an
> annual
> > pensionable increment of DKK 68,694.90.
> >
> > The application must be in English and include:
> > * A curriculum vitae.
> > * A complete list of publications with indication of which papers the
> > applicant considers particularly relevant (max. 10).
> > * 3 copies of each of the selected papers considered particularly
> > relevant together with (as for publications with more than one author):
> A
> > statement of which part of the work, which the applicant is responsible
> > for.
> > * Documentation for teaching experience and other qualifications.
> > It should be noted that:
> > * the applicants will be notified about the composition of the
> > assessment committee
> > * The assessment committee may require supplementary documentation,
> > which the applicant must then provide.
> > * The assessment committee may include any publication on the
> > publication list in the assessment .
> > * Letters of recommendation are not regarded as scientific material on
> > which the assessment may be based. However they may be taken into
> account
> > when the Dean decides to whom to offer the position.
> > * The applicants may be summoned for an interview and/or requested to
> > give a trial lecture.
> > * When the assessment committee's report is submitted, each applicant
> > will receive only the part of the report relating to him/herself, as
> > information about the other applicants according to the rules is
> > confidential and may not be revealed to other applicants.
> > It should also be noted that if the applicants want their publications
> and
> > other material returned by mail, it will be sent C.O.D.
> >
> > It is a condition for the appointment, that the successful applicant
> > within 2 years master Danish.
> >
> > Any potential applicant is invited to apply irrespective of age, sex,
> > race, religion or ethnic background.
> >
> > For further information about the vacant position enquiries can be made
> to
> > Head of Institute: Bodil Johannsen, Institut for Idræt, Nørre allé
> 51,DK-
> > 2200 Copenhagen N,
> > Phone: +45 35 32 16 20, e-mail: bnielsen@aki.ku.dk
> >
> > The application marked 221-105 must be formally addressed to the Rector
> of
> > the University of Copenhagen.
> > The original application (with appendices but without the selected
> papers)
> > must be sent to the Faculty of Science, Øster Voldgade 3, DK-1350
> > Copenhagen K. 3 copies of the application with all appendices (including
> > the selected papers) must be sent to: Institut for Idræt, Nørre allé 51,
> > DK-2200 Copenhagen N
> >
> > Deadline for applications is February 5 th.2002 at 12.00 a.m. Material
> > received after this time will not be taken into account.
> >
> >
> >
> > 2) Professorship in Human Motor Control and Biomechanics
> >
> > Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences, Copenhagen University
> >
> > At the Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences, Department of Human
> > Physiology a position as professor in Human Motor Control and
> Biomechanics
> > is open to appointment from September 1, 2002.or as soon as possible
> > thereafter.
> >
> > The position is permanent and involves research and teaching within the
> > field of human Motor Control and Biomechanics. Applicants must have a
> > strong research background in neurophysiology including motor control
> and
> > motor learning in relation to human motor skills and performance in
> sport,
> > physical activity, ergonomics and in rehabilitation. It is preferable if
> > the applicant is also scientifically qualified in other aspects of human
> > biomechanics.
> >
> > In addition to research, the position includes research management and
> > development as well as supervision of research fellows, assistant
> > professors and assessment work. Furthermore the professor must teach, as
> > well as prepare and participate in exams and carry out administrative
> > duties and attend to other tasks according to decisions of the
> institute.
> > The professor is expected to be supportive of ongoing research and
> > development at the institute within the field.
> >
> > The research tasks include the applicant's own scientific work, research
> > management and encouragement of the scientific development of the
> subject,
> > and education of research fellows, including tutorials/supervision of
> > assistant professors and carry out assessment work. In addition to this
> > the professor must teach, as well as prepare and participate in exams
> and
> > attend to other tasks according to the decision of the institute.
> >
> > By appointment decisive importance will be attached to the applicant's
> > degree of documented scientific production at an international level,
> > including the contribution to the development of the field, - just as
> > importance is attached to the assessment of the applicant's conduct of
> > research management, other management functions and teaching
> > qualifications. For further reference please consult the present
> > Ministerial Circular on Job Structure.
> >
> > Employment takes place in pursuance to agreement between the Danish
> > Ministry of Finance and AC (The Danish Confederation of Professional
> > Associations). Payment in salary scale 37 at the amount of DKK
> 439,803,00
> > annually. In addition to this, the University of Copenhagen is willing
> to
> > grant a supplement at the amount of DKK 43,362.96 annually as per 1.
> > October 2001.
> >
> > The application must be in English and include:
> > * A curriculum vitae.
> > * A complete list of publications with indication of which papers the
> > applicant considers particularly relevant (max. 10).
> > * 3 copies of each of the selected papers considered particularly
> > relevant together with (as for publications with more than one author):
> A
> > statement of which part of the work, that the applicant is responsible
> > for.
> > * Documentation for teaching experience and other qualifications.
> > It should be noted that:
> > * the applicants will be notified about the composition of the
> > assessment committee
> > * The assessment committee may require supplementary documentation,
> > which the applicant must then provide.
> > * The assessment committee may include any publication on the
> > publication list. In the assessment.
> > * Letters of recommendation are not regarded as scientific material on
> > which the assessment may be based. However they may be taken into
> account
> > when the Dean decides to whom to offer the position.
> > * The applicants may be summoned for an interview and/or requested to
> > give a trial lecture.
> > * When the assessment committee's report is submitted, each applicant
> > will receive only the part of the report relating to him/herself, as
> > information about the other applicants according to the rules is
> > confidential and may not be revealed to other applicants.
> > It should also be noted that if the applicants want their publications
> and
> > other material returned by mail, it will be sent C.O.D.
> > It is a condition for the appointment, that the successful applicant
> > within 2 years master Danish.
> > Any potential applicant is invited to apply irrespective of age, sex,
> > race, religion or ethnic background.
> >
> > For further information about the vacant position enquiries can be made
> to
> > Head of Institute:Bodil Johannsen, Institut for Idræt, Nørre allé 51,DK-
> > 2200 Copenhagen N,
> > Phone: +45 35 32 16 20, e-mail: bnielsen@aki.ku.dk
> >
> > The application marked 211-38 must be formally addressed to the Rector
> of
> > the University of Copenhagen.
> > The original application (with appendices but without the selected
> papers)
> > must be sent to the Faculty of Science, Øster Voldgade 3, DK-1350
> > Copenhagen K. 3 copies of the application with all appendices (including
> > the selected papers) must be sent to: Institut for Idræt, Nørre allé 51,
> > DK-2200 Copenhagen N
> >
> > Deadline for applications February 5th. , 2002 at 12.00 a.m. Material
> > received after this time will not be taken into account.
> >
> >
> >
> >

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