Teach required course load each semester (could include 3-4 courses per semester) as assigned by chair/director or dean. A 3 credit release per year is given for Lab Coordinator role
Advise students as assigned by chair/director
Coordinate exercise science Human Performance Lab as directed by program director
Engage in scholarly activities appropriate to one's discipline, teaching responsibilities, and other academic responsibilities
Participate in professional development activities related to one's faculty role, including maintain up-to-date knowledge of evidence-based practice in area of clinical expertise and specialized clinical credentials
Attend required convocations, meetings, commencement, academic awards ceremonies, and workshops and be available to participate in activities that promote the College in a positive manner both on and off campus.
Engage and interact with students in positive ways, such as by guiding student research projects, by serving as the advisor to student clubs and organizations, or by mentoring students in other scholarly activities
Collaboration with the Program Director on assigned duties involved in maintaining program standards and/or accreditation, as appropriate
Assist with Student Success and Admissions functions as they relate to departmental programs.
Engage in service to the department, School, and College through committee membership.
Participate, in accordance with Departmental and College need, in the ongoing design and continuous implementation of assessment of student learning outcomes and academic program improvement activities in the areas of General Education and the academic major; attend AIC assessment workshops.
Hold at least four office hours weekly, scheduled to meet needs of students, and be available to meet with students as needed at other times.
Attend scheduled general faculty, school faculty, and departmental faculty meetings; attend Town meetings and Faculty Assembly meetings
Other duties as assigned by chair/director or dean
- Required Degree(s): Doctorate in Exercise Physiology or related field
- Required Field of Expertise: Exercise Physiology, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, Human Performance Laboratory regulations and equipment
- Preferred Field of Expertise: Experience teaching in higher education, working within Human Performance Laboratories and experience with lab regulations; strength and conditioning
- Required Training/Cert: 3+ years of professional practice experience as an exercise science professional; BLS via American Heart Association
- Preferred Training/Cert: C.S.C.S. via NSCA; ACSM certifications - i.e. ACSM-EP; First Aid Cert via AHA
- Strong commitment to high quality instruction in a diverse, student-centered environment and the ability to work with students with various learning styles and backgrounds
- Interest in active and collaborative learning and enthusiasm for working in an interprofessional setting
- Ability to foster a collaborative atmosphere among students, faculty, and staff
- Experience using Microsoft Office Suite, Blackboard, and the use of instructional technology to teach traditional, hybrid or online courses as needed and serve as a resource for faculty using these tools.
- Enthusiastic, committed teacher-scholar with demonstrated excellence in teaching and scholarship
This is a full time, exempt level, benefit eligible position that will begin at the start of the Fall 2021 semester. Hours of work are determined based on the needs of the department and are flexible to the needs of the department. Occasional weekend event work required.
AIC is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.