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Julie Steele
12-17-1998, 01:53 PM
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Musculoskeletal and Cardiorespiratory Exercise Rehabilitation

Senior Lecturer/Lecturer/Associate Lecturer (Continuing Appointment)

The Department of Biomedical Science offers research and course work
programs in the areas of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation, Nutrition and
Dietetics, Diet and Exercise, Occupational Health and Safety and Biomedical

A suitably qualified Exercise Physiologist or Clinically Trained
Professional is required to contribute to the Department's Exercise Science
and Rehabilitation Program in the area of Musculoskeletal and/or
Cardiorespiratory Exercise rehabilitation.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the development of a strong
theoretical and practical skill base within the clinical components of this

The successful candidate would be expected to teach in areas such as
Musculoskeletal and/or Cardiorespiratory Exercise rehabilitation,
Musculoskeletal Functional Anatomy, Exercise Prescription, Exercise for
Special Populations, Motor Control and Dysfunction as well as supervise
practical placement. The successful candidate will also be expected to
contribute to the ongoing development of the department's Exercise Science
and Rehabilitation Centre and its clinical placement and research programs.

It is essential that applicants possess a professional clinical degree
and/or PhD in a relevant discipline. Candidates with a PhD program close to
completion will be considered. The successful candidate must have extensive
experience in the area of musculoskeletal and/or cardiorespiratory exercise
rehabilitation, a demonstrated research track record, an ability to teach at
the tertiary level and effective communication skills.

Demonstrated ability to attract external grant funding and experience in the
supervision of postgraduate students would be desirable.

The appointment will be made at either the Senior Lecturer, Lecturer or
Associate Lecturer level depending upon the experience and qualifications of
the successful candidate. Appointment at the Senior Lecturer level would
require completion of a PhD program and demonstration of an established and
productive research track record and external grant funding.

Further information can be obtained from the Head of Department, Dr Mark
Brown on Phone: 61-(0)2-42214161; Fax 61-(0)2-42214096 or email:
Mark_Brown@uow.edu.au. Reference CC98-218. Annual salary: Senior Lecturer
$58,707 to $67,694, Lecturer $47,925 to $56,911, Associate Lecturer $33,548
to $45,528. Appointment is based on merit. As women are under represented
at this level, suitably qualified women are encouraged to apply. Closing
date is 15 January 1999. Applicants are requested to indicate in their
application the appointment level for which they are applying.

Please provide 4 copies of your complete application, addressing selection
criteria and employment history. Include name and addresses of 3 referees
with fax or email address. You should also include research interests and
publications. Address application to:

Personnel Officer
Confidential Appointment (Ref No. CC98-218)
Mail: University of Wollongong NSW 2522 Australia
Email: joan_hutchinson@uow.edu.au
Fax: 61-(0)2-42213700


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