Below is a position announcement. Please do not respond to me, but rather
the person indicated in the announcement.

Thanks, Kathy


Available: August 15, 2000.

Functions: Teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Courses taught
may include applied sport physiology and fitness, motor control, functional
human anatomy, and exercise physiology. Assist in the development of a
Biomechanics/Motor Control Laboratory. Direct student research and
internships; conduct scholarly research; serve the university and the
profession. Advise students.

Qualifications: An earned doctorate in Exercise Science or related
discipline; ABD will be considered if the degree is awarded by August 15,
2000. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to quality teaching and
active participation in allied professional organizations. Applicants
should have primary expertise in strength/neuromuscular physiology.
Subspecialties should include one or more of the following: assessment of
sport performance, biomechanics, functional anatomy, conditioning &
fitness, motor control/motor learning, sports medicine. NSCA, NATA, and/or
ACSM certification preferred.

Rank & Salary: Assistant Professor. Salary is commensurate with
qualifications and experience.

Department: The Department of Physical Education, Exercise and Sport
Sciences is a comprehensive physical education department offering
baccalaureate degrees in K-12 teaching, exercise science, and sport
management/leisure services. Graduate degrees are offered in sport
sciences, fitness leadership, exercise sciences, and sport management. The
department serves approximately 5,000 students per year in the Basic
Instruction Program. We have approximately 300 undergraduate majors and 75
full time graduate students.

Application: Candidates should submit a letter of application, a current
curriculum vitae, a transcript from their doctoral-granting institution,
and a list of four current references (including address, phone, e-mail).
Review of applications will begin on March 15, 1999 and continue until the
position is filled. Pending availability of funding, the contract will
begin on 8/15/00. Contact Dr. Craig Broeder, Chair Exercise Science Search
Committee, ETSU Box 70654, Johnson City, TN 37614-0654 (broeder@etsu.edu).

University and
Community: East Tennessee State University is a regional state supported
institution serving approximately 12,000 students and is located in a
beautiful, prosperous, Southern Appalachian Mountain community. The
northeast corner of Tennessee, which surrounds Johnson City (population
50,000), is metropolitan in population (one million people within a 75 mile
radius), but provides a friendly, small town atmosphere.

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