Exercise Physiology/ Human Performance Clinical Faculty
Ohio University School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, Division of Exercise Physiology seeks applications and nominations for an 11-month non-tenure track Clinical Faculty position in Human Performance. The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and leadership of a human/sports performance track within the non-thesis master’s program. The candidate will teach courses covering topics such as advanced physiology of exercise, advanced exercise performance, and advanced resistance training. The successful candidate will also serve as a mentor and coordinator for student practicum and internship sites in the area of human/sports performance, such as with sports teams on campus, ROTC, OhioHealth, local high schools and Ohio University’s Dublin campus. This candidate will help in the recruitment of high-quality graduate students, and expand the breadth and depth of this program. There will also be opportunities for research based upon the successful candidate’s training and experience. Clinical activities will include working collaboratively within the University and community programs and developing a human performance clinic in our new state-of-the-art facilities to promote student learning, research opportunities and community wellness initiatives. It is expected that some of the clinical activities incorporate revenue-generating strategies. The candidate will also advise undergraduate and graduate exercise physiology students, potentially apply for funding, and serve on School, College, and University committees. The preferred candidate will have a commitment to contributing to the climate of diversity in the College; including a diversity of educational and scholarly approaches. The preferred candidate will also have a commitment to undergraduate and graduate education incorporating active learning, involvement in professional organizations related to sport/human performance, as well as experience and commitment to building professional relationships within academia and industry.
This position has an expectation of 30% teaching, 50% clinical activities, 10% scholarship and 10% service. Funding for this position is available for 2 years, after which it will be expected to be self-sustaining. Therefore, a focus must be placed on mechanisms of generating revenue such as through program enrollment, human performance clinic activities, facilitating events on and off campus, and alumni engagement.
Salary and Benefits: Salary is commensurate with education and experience. It is an 11-month appointment with potential for additional summer teaching, plus university benefits including tuition for self and family, a comprehensive insurance package (prescription plan, vision benefits, dental plan and life insurance), relocation assistance, and an excellent retirement plan.
Applications and Inquiries: Please complete the online faculty application at http://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/30273. Review of completed applications will begin immediately, and will continue until filled. For full consideration, please apply by March, 20, 2019. Questions concerning the position or application process should be directed to Sharon Perry, email@example.com.
Ohio University is a doctoral/research intensive state university with 23,000 students on its picturesque Athens campus and another 8,500 students on six regional and extension campuses. The Division of Exercise Physiology is within the School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness in the College of Health Sciences and Professions (http://www.ohio.edu/chsp).
Earned M.S. with Sport/Human Performance Exercise Physiology specialization or other relevant degree by the start date.
Professional work experience in the field of performance-based exercise physiology; possession of associated credentials (e.g. NSCA CSCS, CSCCa SCCC or MSCC, or other performance-related certifications).
Direct experience working with athletes in the area of sports performance and physiology.
Evidence of successful leadership, communication, and management in sports performance.
Evidence of successful teaching of undergraduate and graduate courses in Exercise Physiology.
Earned Ph.D. or ABD with Sport/Human Performance Exercise Physiology specialization at the start date. DPT will also be considered.
Ability to engage and collaborate in research, especially as it pertains to sport physiology.
Experience using video capture (e.g. Dartfish) for exercise instruction.
Experience within sport performance industry.
Additional Salary Information: It is an 11-month appointment plus university benefits including tuition for self and family, a comprehensive insurance package (prescription plan, vision benefits, dental plan and life insurance), relocation assistance, and an excellent retirement plan.
Internal Number: Posting 30273
About Ohio University
Ohio University is a doctoral/research intensive state university with 21,000 students on its picturesque Athens campus and another 8,500 students on five regional campuses. The Division of Exercise Physiology is within the School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness in the College of Health Science and Professions (http://www.ohio.edu/chsp).