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  • Tenure Track Position in BIOMECHANICS - McGill University

    McGill University
    Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education

    Applicants are invited for a tenure track position as Assistant Professor, in
    the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at McGill University,
    starting June 1, 2003. The Department offers two undergraduate programs, one
    leading to a Quebec teaching certificate and another in Kinesiology. The
    graduate program has specialization in biomechanics, exercise physiology,
    pedagogy, adapted physical activity and psychology of sport and motor
    behavior. Laboratory space is available in the Seagram Sport Science Centre

    The successful candidate will have an earned doctorate in biomechanics or a
    related discipline which will contribute to the biomechanics portion of our
    programs. The candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate courses in
    biomechanics and ergonomics. The position involves teaching and supervising
    students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The individual will
    be expected to develop an independent line of scholarly inquiry and seek
    appropriate funding. Teaching experience would be expected. Base annual
    salary for first year assistant professor is $55,000 (CDN).

    In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given
    to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. McGill University is
    committed to equity in employment. The applicant's curriculum vitae and three
    letters of reference should be received by December 31, 2002. Direct dossier
    and/or questions to Dr. Hélène Perrault, Chair, Department of Kinesiology and
    Physical Education, McGill University, 475 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, Quebec
    , Canada. H2W 1S4.

    Telephone: (514) 398-4184 ext 0477
    FAX: (514) 398- 4186

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