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David
01-23-1997, 05:08 AM
UNIVERSITY OF TEESSIDE
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER IN SPORT SCIENCE

A well qualified sport and exercise scientist is required to augment the existing
team in the delivery and development of this highly popular area of study.
Applications would be particularly welcomed from individuals with
qualifications and expertise in the areas of biomechanics or coaching science.

In addition to teaching and administrative duties, the successful candidate will
be expected to contribute to the development of research and consultancy
activities. Successful experience working with athletes and coaches is
desirable, as is evidence of working towards British Association of Sport and
Exercise Sciences (BASES) accredited status.

For an informal discussion about this post please contact Chris Barnes on
+44-1642-342355 (tel), 342067 (fax) or C.Barnes@tees.ac.uk.

Application forms and further details can be obtained from Personnel,
Staff House, University of Teesside, Borough Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 3BA,
UK. Telephone +44-1642-342200 (24 hours).

Closing date: 25 February 1997
Interview date: 11 March 1997


Job Specification

The successful candidate will be required to:
- contribute to the teaching at undergraduate level of biomechanics and/or
coaching science;
- undertake administrative duties in relation to the Sport Science
undergraduate programme as required;
- engage in scholarly activity such as research and consultancy and undertake
personal development activities as agreed through the University Personal
Development Programme;
- develop working links and partnerships with outside agencies e.g. Health
Authorities, Sports Council;
- undertake duties in relation to the organisation and development of Sport
Science within the School's Modular Scheme as prescribed by the Director of
School;
- undertake such duties as may arise from changing circumstances and are
prescribed by the Director of School.


Person Specification

Essential:
- Higher Degree in relevant area
- Excellent communication skills
- Good organisational and administrative ability
- Progressive outlook in relation to curriculum and course development
- BASES membership

Desirable:
- Strong research record
- Experience working with elite athletes
- BASES accreditation


Mr C.Barnes
School of Social Sciences
University of Teesside
Middlesbrough
Cleveland
TS1 3BA
UK

Tel: +44-1642-342355
Fax: +44-1642-342067
Email: C.Barnes@tees.ac.uk