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01-14-2008, 12:19 AM
Tenure Track Faculty Position - Wilfrid Laurier University

The Department of Kinesiology & Physical Education invites applications for
a tenure-track appointment in neuromuscular/neural integration of human
movement at the Assistant Professor level beginning July 1, 2008, subject to
budgetary approval.

Applicants should have a PhD, evidence of commitment to and superior ability
in teaching, and an active program of research with strong potential for
external funding. The successful candidate will have research and teaching
expertise in neuromuscular/neural integration of human movement through one
or more of the following areas: biomechanics, developmental physiology,
motor control/learning, children, aging, movement disorders, clinical
populations or sport performance. The successful candidate will also have
ability in and enthusiasm for teaching Human Anatomy. The ability to teach
Human Growth and Motor Development is an asset. The position will also
contribute to the department's graduate program and supervise graduate

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, copies of recent publications, a
statement of current and prospective research interests, a statement
regarding teaching experience and interests, and contact information
(address, telephone, and email) for at least three referees to Dr. Peter
Tiidus, Chair, Department of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Wilfrid
Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3C5

Applications will be accepted until March 3, 2008, or until the position is

Applicants can learn more about the department, current faculty research
interests and the department's Movement Disorders Research Centre at

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and
permanent residents will be given first consideration. Wilfrid Laurier
University is committed to equity and values diversity. We welcome
applications from qualified individuals of all genders and sexual
orientations, persons with disabilities, Aboriginal persons, and persons of
a visible minority.