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Teaching Assistant Professor position at WSU, Strength and Conditioning

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  • Teaching Assistant Professor position at WSU, Strength and Conditioning

    Here is another position open at Washington State University, Kinesiology program. Not to be confused with the tenure-track position posted a couple days ago.

    Washington State University has an opening for a non-tenure "career"-track Teaching Assistant Professor in the Kinesiology program. We are looking for someone primarily with an ability to teach Strength & Conditioning. Expected to teach four undergraduate courses each semester in two or more of the following content areas: strength and conditioning, fitness, exercise physiology, exercise prescription, or biomechanics and provide administrative support for our Strength and Conditioning minor.
    • Applicants must possess a master’s degree or equivalent degree in kinesiology or related field with 3+ years of relevant work experience by date of hire. Applicants with a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in kinesiology will also be considered.
    • By date of hire, applicants must possess a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
    The specific job advertisement and application link is below:

    Come join us in a great college town, ranked as the best places to live in the state of Washington. If you email me (, I am happy to answer any questions, provide clarifications about the job, or describe why I love being here at WSU!

    We start screening applications Oct 31st!

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    Initial screening of applications starts in one week. October 31st!