Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, McGill University

The Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, housed in the
Faculty of Education at McGill University invites applications for a
tenure track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank,
effective September 1, 2010.

We are seeking an individual to complement the research programs of
the existing faculty members. The successful candidate will have an
active program of interdisciplinary research, in a research area
relevant to kinesiology. Currently the department is focused on a
variety of research areas as they relate to advancing our
understanding on the determinants of participation in health practices
while also examining how exercise practices and interventions
contribute to health promotion, and optimization of quality of life
and functional ability in healthy individuals as well as in
populations with chronic disorders and across the lifespan.

The department is seeking a candidate with a demonstrated research
track and expertise in exercise and physical activity sciences be they
from the perspective of neuropsychology, motor control, molecular
neurobiology, genetics and molecular biology, biomechanics, physical
activity and health, and/or education and pedagogical approaches for
the promotion of a healthy lifestyle.

The candidate will be expected to teach at the graduate and
undergraduate levels and supervise master's and doctoral students. The
candidate will be expected to obtain external funding for research.

The application deadline is April 15, 2010 or until a suitable
candidate is appointed to this position. Persons wishing to be
considered for this position should forward a statement of research
interests, a statement of teaching philosophy and interests,
curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation submitted
directly to:

Professor Theodore Milner, Chair, Department of Kinesiology and
Physical Education, McGill University, 475 Pine Ave West, Montreal,
Quebec, Canada H2W 1S4. Electronic submissions are accepted and should
be forwarded to:

English is the language of instruction at McGill, but knowledge of
French is an asset. In accordance with Canadian immigration
requirements, this advertisement is directed to citizens or permanent
residents of Canada. However, all qualified candidates are encouraged
to apply. McGill University is committed to equity in employment, and
encourages applications from women and men, persons with disabilities,
members of visible minorities, and aboriginal persons.


Paul Stapley, PhD,
Assistant Professor
Dept. Kinesiology and PE
McGill University
Montreal, QC, Canada