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Bruce Watt
10-21-1993, 03:56 PM
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SYDNEY
FACULTY OF BUSINESS

ASSOCIATE LECTURER/LECTURER IN HUMAN MOVEMENT

SCHOOL OF LEISURE AND TOURISM STUDIES


The School of Leisure and Tourism Studies offers a range of interdisciplinary
courses in the areas of human movement/sport, leisure, tourism, the arts and
cultural policy and has an established reputation for industry relevant courses,
research and consultancy. The School is seeking to employ an associate
lecturer/lecturer who can teach and contribute to the ongoing development of
the BA (Human Movement Studies) program; who can contribute to the post-
graduate program in Sports Studies; who can apply a biomechanical perspective
to the study of human movement/sport and; who has the capacity and
motivation to work as part of a team in the multi-disciplinary context of the
School.

Essential: Postgraduate qualifications in Human Movement/Sport
Studies/Physical Education with a focus on the biomechanical aspects of human
movement. A PhD is desirable at the lecturer level. Demonstrated ability to
teach Functional Anatomy, Kinesiology, Mechanics of Human Motion and
Biomechanical Efficiency of Human Movement. Tertiary lecturing experience.
Knowledge of the wider application of biomechanics to physical activity.
Experience in the use of motion analysis systems. Computing expertise. Ability
to work as part of team in teaching research and consultancy. Experience in
sport and/or dance and/or gymnastics is desirable. The successful applicant will
also be expected to participate in upgrading the Human Performance Laboratory
for teaching and base research purposes.

Appointment may be made at the associate lecturer level where applicants meet
the essential criteria at a level less than commensurable with a lecturer.

Further inquiries can be directed to Dr. Kristine Toohey on (02) 330 5428.

SALARY RANGE: $28,700 - $38,950 p.a. (associate lecturer); $41,000 -
$48,688 p.a. (lecturer) Appointment at the lecturer level
will not be made above the mid-point of the salary range.
This is a tenurable appointment.

Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is compulsory for
new appointees.

Written applications should quote the above reference number, include details of
experience and qualifications plus the names, addresses, telephone and fax
numbers of three referees. Applications should be forwarded to the addresses
below by the closing date of Friday 12th November, 1993.

The Recruitment Officer
University of Technology, Sydney (Kuring-gai Campus)
P.O. Box 222, Lindfield, NSW, 2070.


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