An advertisement for a new position in the Sports Science Programme
at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, follows. For those who
may not know, a Lectureship in New Zealand is equivalent to Assistant
Professor in North America.

Application forms should be sought from the Academic Appointments
Office. Additional information may be obtained from Associate
Professor Bob Marshall at
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Sports Science Programme
Division of Science & Technology - Tamaki Campus
Auckland, New Zealand

(Vacancy UAC.633)

The Tamaki Campus is the rapidly expanding second campus of the
University of Auckland.

The Division of Science and Technology offers courses in Biological
Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Management,
Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Marine
Science, Physics, Sports Science and Statistics.

The Sports Science programme leads to BSc (3 yr) or BSc(Hons) (4 yr)
degrees. The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to
the second and third year papers and to work with other staff to develop
the fourth year papers. All papers include a laboratory component which
focuses on the measurement, analysis and evaluation of human physical

Applicants should have a Doctoral qualification with research and
teaching strengths in biomechanics. An ability to contribute to
courses in injury mechanics and rehabilitation would be an advantage, as
would a record of publication in international refereed journals and a
demonstrated ability to attract external research grants. Experience
in working with coaches and athletes could also be an advantage.

Commencing salary will be established within the range $NZ42,500-
$NZ51,500 per annum.

Further information, Conditions of Appointment and Method of
Application, should be obtained from the Academic Appointments
Office, The University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New
Zealand. Telephone +64-9-373 7599; Fax +64-9-373 7023. Three
copies of applications should be forwarded to reach the Registrar by
25 September 1995.

Please quote Vacancy Number UAC.633 in all correspondence.

The University has an EEO policy and welcomes applications from all
qualified persons.


The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019