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Clinical or Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, Waukesha

Carroll University
Wisconsin, United States
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
Nov 11, 2022
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Clinical or Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, Waukesha

General Information
  • Job Title:Clinical or Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Exercise Science
  • Location:
    • 100 N East Ave
    • Waukesha, WI, 53186
    • United States
  • Employee Type:Regular Faculty
  • Job Category:Exercise Science, Faculty

Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor of Exercise Science

  • Responsibilities of this 9-month appointment include teaching, scholarship, and service.
  • Teaching responsibilities include courses in the undergraduate Exercise Science (ESC) program, as well as the clinically focused Master of Science in Exercise Physiology (MEXP) program.
  • The MEXP program is designed to prepare students for the ACSM's Clinical Exercise Physiologist (CEP) examination.
  • Undergraduate teaching includes exercise testing and prescription in apparently healthy populations across the lifespan, while graduate teaching includes more advanced techniques, with an emphasis on cardiovascular physiology, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, ECG interpretation, and applied clinical practice in a patient care setting.
  • A role in the management of the extensive practicum/internship portion of the graduate curriculum exists.
  • Clinical application and experiential learning occur through the program's Carroll University Rehabilitative Exercise (CURE) program and external clinical affiliations.

  • A doctorate in Exercise Physiology or closely related field is required for the tenure track.
  • Evidence of successful teaching, research productivity, and ACSM-CEP/clinical experience is preferred.

Rank and Salary:
  • Commensurate with qualifications.

The Department:
  • The Department of Human Movement Sciences houses both undergraduate and master's level exercise science programs.
  • The BS in Exercise Science (ESC) program (~420 students) aligns with ACSM knowledge, skills, and abilities and is an NSCA Education Recognized Program.
  • The Master's programs include an applied clinical emphasis leading to CEP certification, and the Sport Physiology & Performance Coaching (SPPC) program.
  • The ESC program is currently seeking CAAHEP/CoAES accreditation and future NSCA/CASCE accreditation.
  • The MEXP program is seeking CAAHEP/CoAES accreditation.
  • The exercise science programs are also closely affiliated with multiple programs across the collaborative College of Health Sciences.
  • The MEXP program is housed at the Carroll University Center for Graduate Studies, a 55,000 sq. ft. interdisciplinary graduate teaching and research facility.
  • Undergraduates and SPPC programs are located on the main campus, with recently built laboratory spaces (~5,000 sq. ft).
  • All labs are well equipped with current technology for teaching and research activities.
  • Equipment includes portable and laboratory-based gas analysis systems, ECG and stress testing systems, motion analysis and force plate systems, transcranial doppler, diagnostic ultrasound and EMG measurement technology.
  • Operated by program faculty and students, the Department houses the Carroll University Rehabilitative Exercise (CURE) Clinic and the Carroll University Sports Performance Institute (CUSPI).
  • The CURE Clinic screens assesses and prescribes individualized exercise interventions for medically compromised or at-risk populations in the greater Waukesha area.
  • The CUSPI is dedicated to enhancing sport performance and the advancement of sport science through service, education, and research.
  • Faculty and SPPC students test and monitor Carroll athletes, educate sport scientists and coaches, and complete applied and translational research projects.

The College
  • The College of Health Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs through seven departments—Public Health, Athletic Training, Human Movement Sciences, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician Assistant Studies. Health sciences account for ~60% of the University enrollment.
  • The mission of the College of Health Science is to educate students to be innovative professionals who collaborate to serve the health needs of their communities.
  • A dynamic and growing entity, College-wide foci include inter-professional education and practice, the integrated approach to health, innovative learning and healthcare technologies, community partnerships and service to medically underserved populations.
  • The new Carroll University Community Health Services building expands education and clinic opportunities for the College's graduate and undergraduate students.
  • The College supports the interdisciplinary nature of health science education and has received federal and private foundation grant awards to support these, as well as other program-specific initiatives.

The University
  • Founded in 1846, Carroll University is an independent, co-educational comprehensive University.
  • The Carroll mission is to “provide a superior education, rooted in its Presbyterian and liberal arts heritage, and draws upon the Christian tradition to prepare all students for vocational success, lifelong learning and service in a diverse and global society.”
  • Carroll University is located in suburban Waukesha, 16 miles west of Milwaukee and 60 miles east of Madison.
  • The University serves 3600 undergraduate and graduate students.
  • The University though intentionally ecumenical and non-sectarian in approach, is related to the Presbyterian Church, USA. Candidates must be willing and able to support and advance the University mission.

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