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Lecturer Roster

(Part time PEB 106 Instructor)

Department of Movement Sciences


Open for Recruitment:  January 5, 2012 - January 5, 2014
Announcement #:  19114092439
Salary Range:  See position details below
Full or Part Time:  See position details below
Location: Moscow

Materials Required:
    Online Application
    Job References
    Letter of Application
    Curriculum Vita


The Department of Movement Sciences invites applications for course instructors for physical activity classes.

The positions will remain open until filled; for best consideration, materials for Spring 2012 term should be received by January 19, 2012. Applicants may also be hired for future semesters.


PEB 106 (s) Individual and Dual Sports and Fitness Activities (1 cr, max arr). Bowling, racket sports, fencing, golf, gymnastics, conditioning (pilates, kickboxing aerobics, step aerobics, aerobics and body toning, water aerobics, weight training, roller hockey), backpacking, cycling, cross-country skiing, etc. Two days of field trips may be a part of the course requirements for such activities as backpacking, cycling, etc. Multiple sections of this course will be taught. Each section specializes in one of the specific areas listed above.

Minimum qualifications for skill classes are
a minimum of 2 years of teaching experience in the specific skill OR appropriate certification to teach in the skill area

Preferred qualifications for skill classes are
an earned Bachelorís degree in health & exercise, dance, recreation, physical education, or related area
a minimum of 1 year of teaching experience in the specific skill AND appropriate certification to teach in the skill area

Reporting Dates: January 19, 2012 or start of later semesters over a one-year period. (May 2012, August 2012, etc.; May include summer terms). Our intent is to create a pool to draw from as needed during this period.

Application Procedures: To be considered, applicants who meet the required qualifications should complete the online application including letter of application, vita/resume detailing education and experience for specific skills areas, and a list of 3-5 references most knowledgeable about the applicantís professional abilities.

For questions, contact: Cheryl Gardner for additional information. 208-885-2180 or email cagardner@uidaho.edu

 

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