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05-13-2004, 03:04 AM
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As our Nike Sports Research Lab Research I - Physiology, you'll participate
in the execution of the Footwear, Apparel and Equipment division research
agendas. You'll develop new procedures and methods to improve efficiency.
You'll also perform research aimed at increasing understanding of athletes'
thermoregulatory and physiological needs and activity requirements. You'll
be a full-time member of the Oregon Project and contribute to physiological
research aimed at improving products. You'll also interact with the Senior
Researcher in all phases of research. You'll participate in the development
of new tools, methods and procedures, including hardware and software,
streamline data acquisition, process and analysis to improve research
efficiency. You'll also become the resident expert for one of the research
tools used by the Nike Sports Research Lab (NSRL) staff. You'll provide
training for colleagues and liaison with supplier of chosen research tool.
You'll also be responsible for equipment maintenance and supplies. You'll
support Corporate Communication by giving lab tours. This opportunity also
involves demonstrating Nike commitment to product performance research
through presentations at scientific meetings, clinics and conferences and
publication in scientific journals. In addition, you'll contribute
manuscripts to the Sport Research Review and Medical Field.

Requirements for the position include:
- Master's degree in Exercise Physiology or associated fields
of research, including Human Factors Engineering, Human Kinetics and
Ergonomics or a Bachelor's degree in these areas of research or in science
with 3 years' experience in physiological/training/testing research
- Demonstrated ability to perform physiological evaluation is
a must
- Able to be a team player while being able to work with
minimal supervision
- Experience evaluating oxygen uptake, Vo2, lactic acid, skin
temperature and core temperature is preferred
- Research experience related to athletic training at altitude
and at different climatic conditions is preferred

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