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06-09-2004, 03:53 AM
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POSITION TITLE: EXTENSION ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
JOB#: 2-128-04
DEPARTMENT: Continuing Education
MINIMUM SALARY: $Commensurate with credentials and experience, plus
excellent benefits

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

The primary responsibility will be to direct the Continuing Education Time
Enhanced Learning on-going Master of Education degree program in Health,
Physical Education and Recreation. The individual will teach two graduate
level courses per semester as well as have primary responsibility for all
advising and administrative aspects of the degree program. The individual
will also teach courses, as needed, at the Brigham City Continuing Education
Center of Utah State University. This individual should be competent to
teach research design courses and to serve as the major professor for
graduate student programs.

This is a nine-month tenure track position requiring approximately 50% for
undergraduate and graduate (Master's level) instruction, 40% time for
various administrative responsibilities, program recruitment, and
advisement; and 10% for scholarship, research, and service.

This position will be housed at the Brigham City Continuing Education Center
located 25 miles from the Utah State University main campus in Logan, Utah.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Earned doctorate in physical education with an emphasis in exercise science.
Candidates should have a significant background in the sport sciences.
Candidates with an additional emphasis in pedagogy are preferred. Potential
for scholarly productivity including research, grant writing and publication
is preferred.

Must be a U.S. Citizen or have the legal right to work in the United States
THE LOGAN CAMPUS AND CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS:

Founded in 1888 as Utah 's land-grant institution, USU is a university with
an international reputation for research, teaching, and service. The
University provides a comprehensive academic program for undergraduates and
graduates, as well as cultural and athletic programs featuring local,
national, and international participants. The enrollment exceeds 20,000
students with representation from every county in Utah , all 50 states, the
District of Columbia , and 86 foreign countries. The main campus is located
in the city of Logan in northern Utah . Situated in the Wasatch Mountains ,
the area offers a variety of recreational opportunities in a community of
expanding services and business developments. These include a growing base
of high technology applications. The University is located only 40 miles
from Ogden and 80 miles from the metropolitan area of Salt Lake City . The
University is an international leader in the delivery of educational
programs throughout the world. These programs include the delivery of 65
degree and certificate programs to over 8,000 students receiving instruction
through three Continuing Education campuses, seven centers and 31 sites
throughout Utah.
APPLICATION: Review of applications will begin June 15, 2004 and continue
until the position is filled. The position will begin August 16, 2004. To
apply send a letter that indicates the position you are applying for and
that addresses your qualifications for the position, a complete vita,
complete transcript with grades, and the names of at least five references,
along with information on how they may be contacted to:
Vicky Olsen
Continuing Education (2-128-04)
5000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-5000
Fax: (435)797-0036
E-mail: vickyo@ext.usu.edu (e-mail applications will be accepted).
Utah State University is a Carnegie Research Doctoral Extensive University,
an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, and was recently chosen as
a National Science Foundation ADVANCE Gender Equity Program recipient. The
University is sensitive to the needs of dual-career applicants and dedicated
to recruiting stellar candidates from a diverse pool including women,
minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities. USU offers competitive
salaries and outstanding medical, retirement and professional benefits (see
http://personnel.usu.edu for details).

Assistance is available if you need help with the application/hiring
process. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires that work
eligibility be documented for all new employees. Please be prepared to
verify eligibility for employment if hired at the University

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