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Robert Schleihauf
11-10-2003, 05:07 PM
SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF KINESIOLOGY

POSITION AVAILABLE

Assistant Professor, tenure-track position in Anatomical
Kinesiology/Biomechanics. Expertise in anatomical kinesiology/biomechanics,
movement analysis techniques, muscular strength development, or some area of
movement rehabilitation.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Earned doctoral degree in a sub-discipline of Kinesiology related to the
areas of expertise in the job description, and demonstrated experience in
some application of anatomical kinesiology, biomechanics, muscular strength
development or rehabilitation. The successful applicant will have the
ability to work within a multidisciplinary Department as a member of a team
and within a multicultural, diverse University setting. The successful
applicant should have demonstrated effectiveness as a teacher as well as
demonstrated ability to gain external funding and to establish and pursue a
research/scholarly agenda. Interest and ability to extend expertise into the
community is expected.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate will be able to teach undergraduate courses in the
anatomical bases of human movement and biomechanics. Secondary teaching
expertise is expected in muscular strength development, rehabilitation, or
possibly other applications to promote effective neuromuscular functioning
in healthy, diseased or impaired populations of athletes, youth, aging
adults, or the disabled depending on the strengths of the successful
applicant. Expertise in the use of movement analysis hardware and software
is expected.
We expect the successful candidate to foster relationships within the
community and with other educational institutions to promote applications of
anatomical kinesiology and biomechanics, muscular strength development
and/or rehabilitation, as well as develop field opportunities for students
interested in these applications. We expect the successful applicant to
advise students, supervise student research, establish a research/scholarly
agenda, seek external funding and maintain an active and collegial
professional profile within and outside of the University.

RANK AND SALARY

Assistant Professor. Starting salary will be commensurate with
qualifications.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Applications must be received by December 20, 2003 for full consideration.
Send application letter, curriculum vita, transcripts, and three or more
letters of recommendation to:
Dr. Robert Schleihauf, San Francisco State University, Department of
Kinesiology, 1600 Holloway Ave., San Francisco CA 94132 (e-mail:
biomech@sfsu.edu).

Find us on the web at http://www.sfsu.edu/~kinweb/

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