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 leadership of a human/sports performance track within the non-thesis master’s program, as well as internship and practicum supervision and placements for graduate students in the Human Performance track and undergraduate students in the Exercise Physiology program. The candidate will teach within the Human Performance graduate program and the undergraduate program. The candidate will help in the recruitment of high-quality graduate students and marketing of the Human Performance master’s program. Clinical activities will include working collaboratively within the University and community programs to promote student learning, research opportunities and community human/sports performance initiatives. The candidate will also advise graduate students and serve on School, College, and University committees. The preferred candidate will have a commitment to contributing to the diversity in the college; including a diversity of education and graduate education incorporating active learning, involvement in professional organizations related to human/sport performance, as well as experience and commitment to building professional relationships within academia, industry, and the community. This position has an expectation of 30% teaching, 60% clinical activities and 10% service. The candidate is expected to generate revenue through various mechanisms such as graduate program enrollment increases, human performance center activities, facilitating events on and off campus, marketing of the Human Performance program, and alumni engagement. 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 (https://www.ohio.edu/chsp/).
a. Earned M.S. with Human/Sport Performance Exercise Physiology specialization or other relevant degree by the start date. b. Professional work experience in the field of performance-based exercise physiology; possession of associate credentials (e.g. NSCA CSCS, CSCCa SCCC or MSCC, or other performance-related certifications). c. Evidence of successful leadership, communication, and management of sports performance. d. Evidence of successful teaching of undergraduate or graduate courses in Exercise Physiology.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with Education and Experience
Internal Number: 20161456F
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