Please respond directly to Robert Gotshall, as described below.

Thanks,
Paul DeVita




Assistant Professor of Clinical Biomechanics
Department of Health and Exercise Science
Colorado State University

Position: Assistant Professor-Tenure Track

Appointment: Nine-month appointment starting date - August 2002

Qualifications: Doctorate in Biomechanics or related field required;
significant post-doctoral experience desired; evidence of publication in
general area of clinical biomechanics required; evidence of, or potential
for, successful grant procurement required; University-level teaching
experience desired.

Responsibilities: Teach relevant undergraduate and graduate courses
for students preparing for clinical and health related careers; conduct
independent and collaborative research in area of clinical biomechanics
and/or related areas (e.g. neural control of movement); aggressively seek
extramural funding; direct student research; participate in student
advisement; and perform relevant University and professional service.

The successful candidate will have outstanding departmental support
and potential for collaborative opportunities with Biomedical Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Music Therapy, Veterinary Medicine/Equine Sciences,
and the local medical community. It is anticipated that this position will
serve as a unifying force to bring together, enhance, and compliment
clinical biomechanics research across disciplines. Further, it is expected
that a nationally recognized funded research program and clinical
biomechanics laboratory will be developed.

Salary: Competitive and commensurate with qualifications.

University
Description: Colorado State University is located in Fort Collins, which
is a community of approximately 100,000 located 65 miles north of Denver and
45 miles south of Cheyenne, WY. Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains,
Fort Collins is within an hour's drive of many major recreational areas. A
faculty of over 1,500 guides approximately 22,500 students enrolled in
professional, graduate and undergraduate programs. The Department of Health
and Exercise Science has 650 undergraduate majors and 35 M.S. graduate
students. The faculty is committed to developing a department of excellence
grounded in science and the discovery process. Recent laboratory additions
and remodeling provide modern classroom and research facilities. Extramural
grant funding is in excess of $1million supporting cutting edge human
research in many areas of public health concern. Visit the department on
the web at: .

Application
Process: Submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, three
letters of reference specific to this position, and official transcripts
from all institutions attended to:

Robert Gotshall, Ph.D., Health and Exercise
Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1582. (970)
491-6374 gotshall@cahs.colostate.edu

Applications must be postmarked by December
1, 2001 for full consideration. The search will remain open until a suitable
candidate is identified. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Colorado State is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and
complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, regulations and executive
orders regarding affirmative action requirements. The Office of Equal
Opportunity is located in Room 101 Student Services Building. In order to
assist Colorado State University in meeting its affirmative action
responsibilities, ethnic minorities, women and other protected class members
are encouraged to apply and to so identify themselves.

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