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Angus Burnett
05-28-2002, 01:35 PM
Dear All,

Please be advised that this position which was originally advertised on BIOMCH-L on the 11th April, has an official closing date of the 12th of July. Previously the Closing Date was TBA.

If there are any queries regarding this matter, please contact Associate Professor directly rather than replying directly to this e-mail.


Angus Burnett, PhD
Lecturer - Biomechanics
School of Biomedical and Sports Science
Edith Cowan University
Joondalup Campus
Joondalup, Western Australia, 6027

Ph: +61 8 9400 5860
Fax: +61 8 9400 5036

E-mail: a.burnett@cowan.edu.au

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School of Biomedical & Sports Science

Joondalup Campus

ongoing appointment


Reference No.

The School of Biomedical and Sports Science conducts programmes for the preparation of graduates in Sports Science and Human Biology and careers specific to Sports Science in areas such as Health and Fitness, Exercise Physiology, Sports Coaching, Exercise Rehabilitation, Biomedical Research, Corporate Fitness, Biomechanics, Education and Sports development. The School consists of approximately 750 EFTSUs and 35 staff members across the three disciplines of Sports Science; Human Biology; and Nutrition.

The Sports Science degree programme is now located in the new Science and Health building on the Joondalup Campus and has specialised teaching and research facilities in the areas of Anatomy, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Motor Learning, Rehabilitation, Skill Acquisition and Psychology of Exercise and Sport.

The successful candidate will provide leadership in research, teaching, and community service and promote the Sports Science programme at national and international levels. It is anticipated that the Foundation Professor in Exercise and Sports Science will actively seek and develop collaborative links with local, interstate, and international industries and agencies in order to develop the profile of Sports Science, and Edith Cowan University in general, within the broader Community.

It is essential that intending applicants possess a PhD in a relevant discipline; evidence of a high level of scholarship; an outstanding research profile in Exercise and Sports Science; and experience in and/or demonstrated ability in course development at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. A national and/or international reputation in the field of Exercise and Sports Science is required.

Job specific inquiries should be directed to Associate Professor Barry Gibson; Head of School, on (08) 9400 5037, or email b.gibson@ecu.edu.au.

This position attracts remuneration of $117,056 pa including University superannuation contribution, with a salary component of $100,048 pa.
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Intending applicants should request a Position Description from HR Services by telephoning

9273 8363, e-mail: c.cameron@ecu.edu.au or access information on the Internet at http://www.ecu.edu.au/jobs

Two copies of the application, marked 'Confidential' should be addressed to: Manager, HR Services, Edith Cowan University, Pearson Street, Churchlands, Western Australia 6018 by closing date: TBA

Raymond Bernstein
Manager, H R Services
Management Services Centre

The University is an equal opportunity employer and provides a smoke-free environment.

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