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  • Biomechanics Lecturer Vacancy

    Hi Everyone,
    There is a vacancy for a Biomechanics Lecturer at Brunel University College
    (London).

    The details are included below.
    Many thanks,
    Tom Ondrusz

    DEPARTMENT OF SPORT SCIENCES

    Six Lectureships A/B - £18,731-£30,967 pa, plus £l,506 pa LA

    Brunel University¹s Department of Sport Sciences has built on its earlier
    traditions developed on its Borough Road site, and now enjoys an established
    reputation in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research in the
    Sport Sciences, and in Sport.

    The Department is currently research active in Sport Psychology,
    Socio-cultural aspects of Sport, Physiology of Sport and Exercise and
    Biomechanics of Sport. Currently located at our Osterley Campus, we are
    however considering plans to move to our Uxbridge campus within the next 2-4
    year period in order to provide our students and courses with the most
    up-to-date facilities and equipment.

    Candidates for all posts should, ideally, have a PhD (or be working towards
    a doctorate) (consideration will however be given to young applicants who
    would register for a PhD in the Department), be experienced in, and expected
    to contribute to, undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the discipline
    and undertaking research. They should be willing to contribute to the broad
    base of courses in the Department, to teach in research methods and/or
    statistics courses and to supervise undergraduate and postgraduate
    dissertations. A willingness to be involved in aspects of the Department¹s
    management and coaching/aspects of student sport will be an advantage.

    In addition to the above, we seek for the posts:

    Lecturer (2 posts) in Biomechanics of Sport (Post Ref B6126/1)
    Candidates are particularly sought with a developing record of research, the
    ability to contribute to the research culture of the sub-discipline and to
    the broad base of programmes by offering another sub-discipline.

    Lecturer in Sport Psychology (Post Ref B6127/1)
    Experience in teaching some aspect of Sport Psychology together with a
    developing record of research in that area is expected.

    Lecturer in Coaching Sciences (Post Ref B6129/1)
    We seek applicants with expertise in any aspect of Coaching Sciences, with
    coaching experience and an interest in and willingness to pursue research in
    one of the branches of coaching and/or sport.

    Lecturer (2 posts) in Social Sciences of Sport (Post Ref B6128/1)
    Ideally candidates should have expertise in one or more of the following
    areas: sports management, policy and development; sport and disability;
    sport and age; sport, race and ethnicity and/or history of sport; a
    developing record of research with the ability to contribute to the research
    culture of the sub-discipline and the ability to take charge of programme
    development in the social sciences area.


    For a fuller version of the advertisements and criteria listed above, please
    refer to "Jobs.ac.uk". For an information pack relating to the above
    vacancies, please write to the Recruitment section, Human Resources, Brunel
    University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH or phone (01895) 812304 (24-hour
    answerphone) stating the reference number. Alternatively, you could email
    us at recruitment@brunel.ac.uk, giving your postal address (as we cannot
    currently accept on-line applications). Closing date for receipt of
    applications: 23 November 2000.

    Brunel is an equal opportunity employer.

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