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    Dear Readers,

    We would appreciate your passing the following information to those who might
    be interested.

    Thanks, Bill Skelly


    POSITION: The Department of Health and Human Development invites
    applications for a nine-month, academic year, adjunct
    appointment in Exercise Physiology (#446-2). This position
    may be advertised as a tenure-track position during AY 96-97.

    LOCATION: Montana State University-Bozeman is Montana's land-grant
    university with responsibility for teaching, research, and
    outreach. Enrollment is approximately 11,000 students.

    EMPLOYMENT DATE: August 16, 1996

    RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in exercise
    physiology, exercise testing and prescription, and other
    areas of related competency; contribute to on-going
    multidisciplinary research projects; advise undergraduate
    and graduate students in exercise science; participate in
    faculty activities and serve the department, college, and
    university through work on committees.

    EQUIPMENT: Instruction and research equipment include two SensorMedic
    2900 metabolic carts, Marquette Max-1 ECG with treadmill/
    cycle ergometry, computerized SMI anaerobic testing
    equipment/software, Tamarac pulmonary spirometry system,
    computer-supported Polar heart rate telemetry, hydrostatic
    weighing, and statistical/slide presentation capabilities
    for both laboratory and mobile field research. Biomechanical
    analyses may be performed using either high-speed cinemato-
    graphy or multiple stations of Ariel Performance Analysis
    System, two AMTI force platforms, preamplified EMG system.
    Equipment associated with the ergonomics/human factors lab
    includes a Lido Workset II isokinetic/isotonic dynamometer,
    various strength and range-of-motion assessment stations,
    and networked PCs with extensive engineering and analytical


    REQUIRED: (1) Earned doctorate in exercise physiology or related field
    (ABD will be considered). (2) Ability to teach undergraduate
    exercise physiology and exercise testing and prescription.
    (3) Foundation to teach graduate exercise physiology.
    (4) Demonstrated excellence in written and oral communication

    PREFERRED: Preference will be given to those candidates who demonstrate:
    (1) a record of scholarship, (2) success in obtaining
    external funding, (3) appropriate ACSM certification or
    willingness to pursue certification, (4) proficiency in use
    of listed lab equipment, (5) willingness to contribute
    to on-going multidisciplinary research.

    SALARY: Commensurate with experience.

    APPLICATION: Screening of applications will begin on July 22 and will
    continue until a suitable candidate is hired. To assure
    consideration, candidates should forward the following: a
    letter of application addressing the applicant's ability to
    meet the responsibilities of the position and the
    qualification criteria listed above, a detailed curriculum
    vitae, unofficial transcripts of academic preparation in
    lieu of official transcripts required for hire, and the
    names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional
    references to:

    Dr. William A. Skelly, Search Chair
    Department of Health and Human Development
    Montana State University-Bozeman
    Bozeman, MT 59717-0336

    Materials may be faxed to:
    (406) 994-6314

    Inquiries should be directed to:
    (406) 994-4001 or

    ADA/EO/AA/Veterans Preference. In compliance with the Montana Veteran's
    Employment Preference Act, MSU provides preference in employment to veterans,
    disabled veterans, and certain eligible relatives of veterans. MSU makes
    accommodation for any known disability that may interfere with an applicant's
    ability to compete in the hiring process or an employee's ability to perform
    the duties of the job. To claim veteran's preference or request accommodation,
    contact Affirmative Action, Montana Hall, MSU, Bozeman, MT 59717
    [(406) 994-2042; TDD (406)994-4191].