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03-25-2009, 10:48 AM
Opportunity to Join a Vibrant and Productive Team Teaching and
Researching Strength and Conditioning Science



The Exercise and Sports Science program is one of the university's most
successful and expanding areas. We have excellent facilities and leading
undergraduate and postgraduate teaching supported by extensive research
activities in a collaborative and collegial working environment. Our
reputation in the teaching and research of strength and conditioning
science is internationally recognised.



You will undertake a leadership role in the Strength and Conditioning
discipline in terms of teaching (at the undergraduate and postgraduate
levels), research and supervision of Honours, Masters and PhD students.
You must have a relevant PhD (Level C) or significant progress toward a
PhD (Level B), and be able to demonstrate extensive experience as a
Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Previous coaching experience is
highly desirable. To be considered for appointment at Level C, you must
have a significant research publication profile.



Benefits & Remuneration

This ongoing, full-time position attracts remuneration of $84,407 to
$100,236 (Level B) or $103,398 to $119,225 (Level C) pa including 17%
University superannuation contribution, with a salary component of
$72,143 to $85,672 (Level B) or $88,374 to $101,902 (Level C) pa. ECU
offers salary packaging options and generous annual leave. In support of
a work / life balance, benefits such as flexible working arrangements
may also be negotiated to meet your personal circumstances. For further
information on the benefits of working at ECU, please visit our
StaffPLUS
website.



Contact

Interested applicants are encouraged to call Professor Robert Newton
+61419907774



Obtain information on 'How to Apply' from: www.ecu.edu.au/jobs

Applications Close: 15 April 2009 . Please forward the Personal Details
form, your CV and a statement against the Selection Criteria, quoting
Reference Number 5362 to: e-mail sarah.smith@ecu.edu.au



Professor Rob Newton, PhD

Foundation Professor of Exercise and Sports Science

Edith Cowan University, Joondalup WA 6027 AUSTRALIA

P: +618 6304 3443 M: 041 990 7774 E: mailto:r.newton@ecu.edu.au

Website: www.chs.ecu.edu.au/rnewton





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