Position Purpose

New England College in Henniker, NH seeks to fill an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology position to start fall 2023. This position is focused on undergraduate teaching, service and scholarship in the content area of Exercise Science.

Essential Duties Summary

1. Instruct and advise students in courses in Kinesiology, with a focus on exercise science, fitness, strength and conditioning, and wellness.
2. Provide leadership for and within the Kinesiology program.

3. Assist with program recruitment and retention efforts.
4. Contribute to curriculum development, scheduling and program assessment.
5. Supervise internships and field experiences within the discipline.
6. Engage in and promote the College’s emphasis on experiential learning.
7. Mentor and direct undergraduate research projects.

8. Provide service to the department, division, and the College.
9. Participate in professional organizations and engage in scholarly activities internally or externally.

Required Qualifications

● Doctorate degree in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, or related discipline
● Certification(s) in related areas, such as personal fitness, strength and conditioning, or athletic training, recommended, but not required (ACSM, NSCA);
● Experience in the area of Exercise Science;
● Documented effectiveness in college teaching using engaged learning in both online and face to face delivery;
● Experience in the field or in an educational institution in the areas of Kinesiology or related discipline;
● Past supervision and mentoring of students in field experiences and other professional opportunities related to career development;
● Demonstrated effectiveness in the integration of experiential learning opportunities into courses;
● Current in the field of Kinesiology or a related discipline;
● Current in the sub-disciplines related to Exercise Science;
● Understands the needs of students from diverse backgrounds and learning styles.

Posting Number: FT00058P

Open Until Filled: Yes

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