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  • Exercise Physiologist Position

    This is a reposting of a previous job announcement.

    University, San Luis Obispo, CA, is accepting applications for a full-
    time, academic year, tenure track, assistant professor of exercise
    physiology, beginning September 14, 2009. Teach exercise physiology,
    sports nutrition, exercise prescription, and activity classes at the
    undergraduate level, and exercise physiology and research methods at
    the graduate level; develop and maintain research activities
    appropriate to academic responsibilities with external funding and
    occasional external validation; supervise undergraduate and graduate
    student research and PolyFit program. Salary is commensurate with
    qualifications and experience, within the CSU assistant professor
    salary range.

    Required qualifications: Completed doctorate in exercise/work
    physiology or a related field is required at the time of appointment.

    Preferred qualifications: University teaching and research
    experience, American College of Sports Medicine/American Society of
    Exercise Physiologists certification or ACSM RCEP; American Heart
    Association/American Red Cross BLS/ACLS; clinical, research, grant
    and publication history related to obesity/metabolic syndrome/chronic
    cardiopulmonary/metabolic disease.

    To apply, please visit WWW.CALPOLYJOBS.ORG, complete a required
    online faculty application and apply to Requisition #101698. Attach
    electronically a resume/curriculum vitae; and a letter of application
    that includes your teaching philosophy and how that philosophy is
    incorporated in your teaching. Please see online posting for
    instructions for mailing three current letters of reference, copy of
    transcripts, sample of scholarly work, and any of the required
    materials you are unable to attach to your online application.

    Further department information can be found at http:// or contact Kris Jankovitz, Search
    Committee Chair,

    Position open until filled. Review of applications will begin October
    1, 2008. Applications after this date may be considered.

    Cal Poly is strongly committed to achieving excellence through
    diversity. The university actively encourages applications by all
    qualified individuals. EEO.