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    Full-time Laboratory Instructor in Kinesiology (1-Year Term)

    Salary and Rank: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    Qualifications: Bachelor degree in Kinesiology or related field
    required; master's degree preferred. Previous experience in delivering
    laboratory experiences to Kinesiology students is required.

    Appointment Date: August 1, 2006

    Duties: The primary responsibility of the successful candidate in
    this position will be the delivery of bioscience (e.g. anatomy,
    physiology, biomechanics) laboratory experiences to undergraduate
    Kinesiology students. The successful candidate will be expected to work
    with the relevant faculty members in developing laboratory-based
    experiences, deliver some of the experiences themselves, and work with
    teaching assistants and markers in the delivery of other labs. Other
    duties will include the administration and maintenance of the
    appropriate laboratory spaces.

    The Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies is a young and dynamic
    member of the university community with administrative responsibility
    for both academic and co-curricular programs. The Faculty is located
    in a new $32 million Centre for Kinesiology, Health, and Sport, which
    opened in September 2004. The University of Regina is a comprehensive
    institution that emphasizes excellence in teaching, research, and
    service. For more details about the university, visit our web site at

    Applications will be accepted until June 16, 2006 or until a suitable
    candidate is identified. Submissions should include: a letter of
    application with statement of teaching philosophy, a detailed
    curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and the names and contact
    information for three referees. Application materials should be
    addressed to:

    Dr. Craig J. Chamberlin, Dean
    Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies
    University of Regina
    3737 Wascana Parkway
    Regina, SK S4S 0A2
    Tel: (306) 585-4535 Fax: (306) 585-5441

    All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians
    and permanent residents will be given priority. The University of
    Regina is committed to achieving a representative workforce and
    qualified diversity group members are encouraged to self identify on
    their applications.

    John M. Barden, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor &
    Graduate Coordinator for Gerontology
    Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies
    University of Regina
    Regina, Saskatchewan
    Canada S4S 0A2
    Office: (306) 585-4629
    Lab: (306) 585-4909
    Fax: (306) 585-4854

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