View Full Version : Senior Biomechanist position at the AIS, Canberra, Australia

01-14-2007, 03:07 PM

Job No 118 $74 014 - $79 935 per annum

The Australian Institute of Sport is seeking a Senior Biomechanist to
provide services, advice, and innovative research and development to
identified AIS sports and selected National Sporting Organisations. You
will implement and develop an ongoing program of biomechanical services
for elite athletes and coaches in selected sports to enhance performance
in training and competition environments.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Biomechanics, extensive
experience working with elite level athletes and coaches as well as a
successful research and development background. You will have an
important role to play in developing our Biomechanics' discipline focus.

Information and Job Description: www.ausport.gov.au/jobs or Job
Description will be posted if name, address and job number are left on
answering machine Tel: + 61 2 6214 1437.

In addition to the salary stated job attracts superannuation and
employment benefits including use of the gymnasium, childcare and
parking facilities available on site.

For enquiries about the job after reading the job description contact:

Keith Lyons, Tel +61 2 6214 7877 www.ausport.gov.au/jobs

How to Apply: Applications should address at least the Selection
Criteria section of the Job Description and include the application form
attached to the job description. Please submit applications by email to
recruitment@ausport.gov.au by
5.00pm on Wednesday, 24 January 2007, or telephone 02 6214 1328 if you
have difficulty with this service. All applications will be
acknowledged electronically.

Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of

Keith Lyons

Head of Department

Biomechanics and Performance Analysis

Australian Institute of Sport


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