Assistant Professor, Exercise Science, Job Code 816WPU


Posting Date: October 11, 2017

Closing Date: Open until filled

William Paterson University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor Level in the Department of Kinesiology beginning September 1, 2018.

The selected candidate must have an earned doctorate in an area within or related to Exercise Physiology.  College-level teaching experience and a current certification from ACSM or NSCA is preferred.

Teaching responsibilities include but are not limited to undergraduate Physiology of Exercise, Survey of Athletic Injuries, Essentials of Strength and Conditioning, and Motor Learning and courses in the graduate Exercise and Sport Studies program. S/he will pursue an active research agenda resulting in scholarly presentations and publications.  The selected candidate must also provide service to the department, college, university, and community.

William Paterson University is a public institution of higher learning. The University offers more than 250 undergraduate and graduate academic programs that range from liberal arts and sciences to pre-professional and professional programs; it enrolls nearly 11,000 students from across the country and from over 40 nations. The University is situated on a beautiful, 370-acre suburban campus in Wayne, New Jersey, just twenty miles west of New York City.

Please forward letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names and phone numbers of three references to Dr. Kathy Gill, Chairperson, Department of Kinesiology at gillk3@wpunj.edu or via mail at William Paterson University, 300 Pompton Road, Wayne NJ 07470. Electronic submission preferred. Applicants must reference the job code in the letter of application. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For additional information about the University, please visit www.wpunj.edu.

 



William Paterson University is an equal opportunity employer that actively values and supports diversity among faculty, staff and students. Women, minorities, and members of under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.