Tenure-track position available August 15, 2014.
Responsibilities: maintaining an active research agenda, particularly which will complement the existing research program of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Program; obtaining extramural funding; advising graduate clinical exercise physiology students; teaching primarily graduate courses in clinical exercise physiology and some undergraduate courses in exercise science; engaging in university and scholarly/professional service activities.
Minimum qualifications: earned doctorate in exercise physiology or closely related field; teaching experience in higher education and ability to teach courses in clinical exercise physiology and exercise science; demonstrated performance in scholarly activities; training that demonstrates the ability to perform exercise testing and supervise clinical exercise programs.
Preferred qualifications: evidence of an active research agenda, particularly which is complementary to the existing research program of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Program; documentation of a successful extramural funding record; experience in teaching courses in or related to clinical exercise physiology, including electrocardiography; experience in advising graduate students research activities; experience with exercise testing and administration of clinical exercise programs.
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