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10/2/2017
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Assistant Professor - School of Human Movement
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BGSU EDUCATION & HUMAN | Toledo, OH
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Assistant Professor - School of Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies - Exercise Science Bowling Green State University’s School of Human Movement Sport and Leisure Studies in the College of Education and Human Development announces a Tenure-Track position in Exercise Science, beginning August 2018.

Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities:

  1. Teach undergraduate courses in Exercise Science with support to graduate courses in the School of Human Movement, Sport, & Leisure Studies (HMSLS).
  2. Conduct a focused line of research that advances the mission of the School of HMSLS and one’s personal areas of expertise.
  3. Work toward and establish a record of external funding related to research area.
  4. Perform traditional engagement activities in the Program, School of HMSLS, College of EDHD, University, and professional organizations.

Credentials Required for Application - cover letter - curriculum vitae - contact information for three professional references Applications accepted until November 6, 2017. Review of candidates credentials will commence immediately. BGSU policy requires finalists to authorize and pass a background check prior to offer of employment.

Positions Summary (Short ad) as posted in external recruitment sites:

Bowling Green State University’s School of Human Movement Sport and Leisure Studies in the College of Education and Human Development announces a Tenure-Track position on Exercise Science, beginning August 2018. Primary responsibilities include teach undergraduate courses in Exercise Science with support to graduate courses in the School of Human Movement, Sport, & Leisure Studies (HMSLS), conduct a focused line of research that advances the mission of the School of HMSLS and one’s personal areas of expertise, work toward and establish a record of external funding related to research area, perform traditional engagement activities in the Program, School of HMSLS, College of EDHD, University, and professional organizations.

Specific Responsibilities include

  • teach undergraduate courses in the Exercise Science Program (e.g., Care and Prevention of Sport Injuries, Exercise Physiology, Motor Learning and Development, Pathology and Orthopedic Assessment, Therapeutic Modalities, Therapeutic Exercises, Therapeutic Medications & Health Conditions);
  • teach graduate courses in the School of HMSLS Master’s program (e.g., Research Methods, Interpretation of Quantitative Research, Sport Conditioning, Motor Development or courses specific to expertise);
  • conduct a focused line of research and disseminate findings in peer-reviewed, scholarly journals and at professional meetings; seek external funding in support of scholarly activities;
  • advise undergraduate students in the Exercise Science Program;
  • qualify for Graduate Faculty status and advise Masters graduate students in HMSLS;
  • participate in customary service and engagement activities.

Minimum Qualifications:

earned doctorate (ABD will be considered, degree must be conferred by start date) in Athletic Training or Exercise/Health Science-related discipline;

demonstrate scholarship of teaching and learning at the university level.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • BOC certification strongly encouraged to apply. For those with BOC certification, they must be eligible for Ohio Athletic Training Licensure and earn within first year of employment;
  • clinical expertise desirable;
  • first-Aid & Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Instructor desirable;
  • ACSM and/or NSCA certifications desirable.

Applications accepted until November 6, 2017. Review of candidates credentials will commence immediately. Background check required for employment. AA/EEO/Disabilities/Veterans. We encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities regardless of age, gender identity, genetic information, religion, or sexual orientation.

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Earned doctorate (ABD will be considered, degree must be conferred by start date) in Athletic Training or Exercise/Health Science-related discipline.
  2. Demonstrate scholarship of teaching and learning at the university level.

Preferred Qualifications

  1. BOC certification strongly encouraged to apply. For those with BOC certification, they must be eligible for Ohio Athletic Training Licensure and earn within first year of employment.
  2. Clinical expertise desirable.
  3. First-Aid & CPR Instructor desirable.
  4. ACSM and/or NSCA certifications desirable.

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