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    My apologies for re-listing this advertisement for a biomechanics position
    at The University of Auckland in New Zealand, but I have heard from a few
    colleagues in North America that there is some misunderstanding regarding
    the terms we use to describe the position.

    The position is advertised as "Lecturer/Senior Lecturer". Those positions
    are approximately equal to the North American "Assistant Professor" and
    "Associate Professor". Both NZ job levels include an expectation of
    performing teaching, research and administration in proportions around

    I would be happy to answer questions from interested people.


    R.N. Marshall PhD.
    Head of Department
    Sport and Exercise Science
    Assistant Dean, Faculty of Science

    ph: +64 9 373 7599 X6630
    fax: +64 9 373 7043

    Sport and Exercise Science
    Faculty of Science

    The Department of Sport and Exercise Science seeks applicants for one
    position is in the area of biomechanics, physical ergonomics and sports
    injuries/injury mechanics.

    Applicants must hold a doctoral qualification, have experience in
    biomechanics, and/or physical ergonomics, and/or injury mechanics and have a
    demonstrated record of publication in internationally refereed journals.
    The appointee will be expected to contribute to both undergraduate and
    postgraduate teaching. It is expected that the successful applicant will
    also supervise postgraduate student theses. Applicants should have a
    demonstrated ability to attract external research grants and be prepared to
    develop and strengthen relationships with industry and government agencies.

    Further information and conditions of appointment can be obtained from the
    Head of Department, Associate Professor R. Marshall. Telephone: +64 9 373
    7599 ext 6630. Email: or from the Academic
    Appointments Office, telephone 64 9 373 7599 ext 5788, fax 64 9 373 7023,
    email: Information is also available on our
    web site at

    Three copies of applications must reach the academic appointments office,
    Human Resources Registry, The University of Auckland,Private Bag 92019,
    Auckland, New Zealand, by the closing date of the 30th September 2000.

    Please quote vacancy number 1211 in all correspondence.

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