LECTURESHIP IN BIOMECHANICS.
School of Sport and Exercise Sciences
The University of Birmingham
England.
The School achieved a rating of 5A in the recent Reseach Assessment
Exercise.

As a consequence of increased research funding the School is looking
to make appointments at the lecturer level to consolidate and expand
its research and teaching activities. The successsful candidates will
be expected
to have a record of publication in peer reviewed journals, to be able
to develop
their own line of research and have the ability to attract external
funding.

Salary range u16,045-u27,895. For informal enquiries please contact Dr
Martin Lakie LAKIEMD@sportex .bham .ac.uk tel UK (0) 121 414 4125

App;ication forms (returnable by 30th September 1997) and further
particulars are available from the Directorate of Staffing Services,
The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston , Birmingham B15 2TT tel (0)
121 414 6483(24 hours) email STAFFING@BHAM.AC.UK Please quote
reference S14570/97.

Working towards equal opportunities.

ENDS





Dr M.J.N. Mc Donagh,
Lecturer in Human Motor Control,
School of Sport and Exercise Sciences,
University of Birmingham,
Birmingham, B152TT,
England.

tel+44(0)121 414 4107
fax+44(0)121 414 4121
Http://www.bham.ac.uk/sportex/