|Title||Exercise Science/Exercise Physiology Assistant Professor|
|Categories||Faculty Career Postings|
The Department of Kinesiology at Boise State University is seeking applications for an Exercise Science/Exercise Physiology tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor.
Responsibilities: The successful applicant will be expected to teach exercise physiology at the undergraduate level along with additional courses in the exercise science program, which may include exercise testing and prescription, undergraduate and graduate conditioning procedures, graduate exercise physiology, graduate clinical exercise physiology and/or physical activity interventions. Applicants must demonstrate the ability to establish a scholarly integrated research agenda in the areas of exercise science leading to professional presentations, publications, and external funding. Consideration will be given to candidates with research interests that align with Kinesiology Department strengths. Additional duties will include serving on graduate committees, advising undergraduate students and participation in institutional and professional service.
Candidates must have an earned doctorate in exercise science/exercise physiology or closely related area. ACSM CES/RCEP and/or ASEP EPC certifications and college /university teaching experience are preferred.
Commensurate with qualifications.
|If This Sounds Like the Job for You||
Send letter of application that lists qualifications and scholarly interests, curriculum vita, transcripts, a reprint of a recent publication, and three letters of recommendation to:
Boise State University
|Close Date||Review of applications will begin February 15th, 2013 and will continue until finalists are identified. Applications received after that point may be considered if the position is not filled from the finalist pool.|
Boise State University is a metropolitan research university, located adjacent to a multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities. University enrollment is approximately 22,000. The Department of Kinesiology, administratively housed within the College of Education, has 14 full-time faculty, 9 graduate assistants, and 4 classified/professional staff, serving approximately 700 undergraduate students seeking bachelor’s degrees in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Health Education and Promotion, and K-12 Physical Education, and 40 graduate students pursuing a master’s degrees in Kinesiology or Exercise and Sports Studies. The department also houses the Center for Physical Activity and Sport and is affiliated with the Center for Orthopedic and Biomechanics Research, which is co-sponsored by the College of Education and the College of Engineering.
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Kinesiology Department Website: http://kinesiology.boisestate.edu
Boise State University: http://www.boisestate.edu/
City of Boise: http://www.boisechamber.org/
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