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rpalmieri83
12-17-2007, 12:30 AM
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN

INJURY PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN



Position Announcement

Research Technician (Biomechanics)



The Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Research Group at The
University of Michigan seeks a qualified laboratory technician to help
run day-to-day activities in injury-related studies and complete
laboratory tasks as specified. The research foci in the laboratory
include the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal
injury, head injury, and arthritis.



Responsibilities associated with this full-time position (40 hours per
week) are:

* Collection and analysis of human movement and strength data,
using Vicon motion capture systems, AMTI force platforms, Delsys EMG
equipment, and isokinetic dynamometers.

* Management and scheduling of experiments with human subjects

* Maintaining laboratory policies and documentation on
procedures

* Other duties as assigned



Requirements for this position are:

* A Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology, Engineering, or related
discipline. A Master's degree or equivalent experience in related areas
is preferred.

* The person should be detail oriented with the capacity to
manage or coordinate several study-related tasks concurrently.

* The position involves close interaction with faculty,
clinicians, and graduate/undergraduate students; thus the successful
candidate would have strong people skills.

* Applicants with research experience and adequate programming
(e.g., C++, Matlab and Labview) skills will be given preference



The position is available immediately. Please apply via the University
of Michigan applicant management system by attaching one MS Word
document. The website is http://www.umich.edu/~jobs. The job number is
14199. Applications should include a resume and 2 references. The
full-time salary range is $45-$55K, depending on education and
experience.



Questions about the position should be directed to:

Ronald Zernicke, Ph.D.

Director, Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Center

University of Michigan

Domino's Farms - Ann Arbor
24 Frank Lloyd Wright Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Email: zernicke@umich.edu

Telephone: (734) 930-7070



The University of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
Employer.



Riann Palmieri-Smith, Ph.D., ATC

Assistant Professor

Athletic Training, Movement Science, & Orthopaedics

Division of Kinesiology

University of Michigan

3060D CCRB, 401 Washtenaw Avenue

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2214

Office: 734-615-3154

Fax: 734-936-1925

Email: riannp@umich.edu