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jcannon41
10-22-2006, 09:55 AM
A position exists for a Professor/Associate Professor in Exercise
Science at Charles Sturt University, Australia.

The successful applicant will be based in the School of Human Movement
Studies (SHMS) on the Bathurst campus. The SHMS offers undergraduate
programs in exercise science, physical and health education and a range
of double degrees in business, psychology, and sports journalism. The
School also offers honours and PhD programs.

The School is committed to providing quality education, development of
innovative methods of course delivery, being responsive to market needs
and fostering research and scholarship. The School has fourteen academic
staff across the discipline of human movement studies and boasts
state-of-the-art laboratory facilities which include a climate chamber,
exercise biochemistry, physiology and biomechanics laboratories.

Responsibilities:

The primary responsibility of the successful applicant will be to
provide leadership and support in the area of research and external
grant income. The appointee will provide leadership in academic
activities related to exercise science and will demonstrate a high level
of commitment to leadership in teaching, scholarship and research in the
discipline. The incumbent will conduct and foster research in a cognate
area of exercise science as well as undertake postgraduate supervision,
seek opportunities for attracting external grant income and foster
collaborative links with community partners.

Essential:
*A doctoral qualification relevant to exercise science.
*Distinguished record of educational and research excellence.
*Eligibility for accreditation with the Australian Association of
Exercise and Sport Science.
*Distinguished research track record and evidence of leadership in
teaching, scholarship and research.
*Record of successful grant income.

Desirable:
*Research interests that are aligned with the research priorities and
concentrations of the School.

Selection Process:
Short listed candidates will normally be required to give a presentation
to the Selection Committee and Faculty staff as part of the selection
process. Candidates will be asked to address the following topic: What
are the major contemporary issues in the education of exercise
scientists, research and practice and how do these relate to the health
care industry?

Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications by Monday 13
November 2006. However, the University continues to consider
applications until positions are filled.

For further information regarding the position please visit
http://wwwdb.csu.edu.au/division/hr/jobs/academic/academic-f.htm


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Dr Jack Cannon
BSocSci(Hons), GradDipEd, PhD
MAAESS
Bachelor of Human Movement Course Coordinator
Lecturer in Motor Control and Learning
School of Human Movement Studies
Faculty of Education
Charles Sturt University
Panorama Avenue
Bathurst 2795
Australia
Ph. (02) 6338 4334
Fax. (02) 6338 4065
jcannon@csu.edu.au
http://www.csu.edu.au/faculty/educat/human/
The Commonwealth Register of Institutions and
Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)
Provider Number is 00005F for Charles Sturt
University and the Charles Sturt University
Language Centre.
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