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Katharine Barthels
12-04-1995, 09:49 AM
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Physical Education and Kinesiology Dept. is
seeking a Biomechanics specialist for teaching undergraduate and graduate
biomechanics, including labs, starting September, 1996. Additional teaching would include one or more
of the following, depending on expertise: Management of Health Promotion
Programs, Management of PE & Athletics, Soc/Psych Aspects of Sport, Coaching,Officiating Theory,
First Aid/CPR, or physical education major activities.

It is a Lecturer position with a salary range of $30,300 - $36,300.

Qualifications: MS in PE or Health required: PhD and college teaching
experience preferred.

The Department has a new building, the bottom floor of which houses the
large Biomechanics & Motor Behavior Laboratory of approximately 4000 sq.ft.
Laboratory and research instrumentation includes a new Kistler force plate,
3-camera Peak5 Performance Motion Analysis System, A-D software; BioPac Systems data acquisition system for digital
and A-D data (EMG); appropriate computers; Qualisys Motion Plus 2D software,
anthropometers, timing systems, etc. Opportunity for research is good and
encouraged.

The Physical Education and Kinesiology Department is in the College of
Science and Mathematics and offers the Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees
in Physical Education with currently more than 370 Majors enrolled.
Concentrations within the major include Commercial and Corporate Fitness,
Pre-Physical Therapy, Teaching, and Health Education.

Cal Poly is one of the 21 campuses of The California State University
system. Cal Poly is a comprehensive, polytechnic university with a
national reputation for the preparation of undergraduate and graduate
students for professional and technical careers. Approximately 16,000
students are enrolled in degree programs within the colleges of
Agriculture, Architecture and Environmental Design, Business,
Engineering, Liberal Arts, Science and Mathematics; and the University
Center for Teacher Education.

The Cal Poly Home Page on the Web may be accessed at http://www.calpoly.edu/

HOW TO APPLY
To be considered, applicants must submit:
1. a completed faculty application form (FA Form 125)
(request this form from the Department)
2. a professional resume
3. official transcripts
4. three current letters of recommendation

Send to Dr. Dwayne Head, Department Head
Physical Education and Kinesiology Dept.
Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407

Deadline for receipt of application is March 1, 1996.

Please indicate recruitment code 63030 on all correspondence.

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Kathy Barthels kbarthel@oboe.aix.calpoly.edu
Physical Education and Kinesiology Dept.
Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
phone (805) 756-2793 or 2545
fax (805) 756-7273