KRUG Life Sciences


The successful candidate will possess at least a masters degree in
biomechanics with a solid educational background in statistics and research
methods. The selected candidate will work in the Motor Performance
Laboratory at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and be
responsible for collection and analysis of a variety of biomechanical
measures. Current laboratory projects include the impact of space flight
on postural control and eye-hand coordination. Preference will be given to
individuals with demonstrable experience with force plates and video
analysis systems. Successful candidates will possess strong communication
and technical writing skills.

Interested applicants should submit a current resume, list of references,
and salary history to:

June E. Richmond
Human Resources Manager
KRUG Life Sciences
P.O. Box 58827
Houston, TX 77258-8827

Employment eligibility verification required.
E. O. E. M/F/H/V
Smoke-free workplace provided.

For more information or details, feel free to contact Dr. Chuck Layne (713)

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