Exercise Science Adjunct (Lecture) Spring 2019



Job description

St. Olaf College invites applications for a part-time time (0.17 FTE) term position in biomechanics offered by the Department of Exercise Science. The successful candidate will teach one biomechanics lecture (.17 FTE) in the spring semester of the 2018-19 academic year. While a Ph.D. is preferred, the successful candidate will have a minimum of a master’s degree in kinesiology, exercise science, or a related field. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated commitment to excellent teaching at the undergraduate level. Starting date is February 1, 2019.

Founded in 1874, St. Olaf College is a residential, coeducational liberal arts college with approximately 3,000 students and 800 faculty and staff employees. It is located in Northfield, Minnesota, about 45 minutes from Minneapolis and St. Paul with their rich and diverse cultural resources. The college offers an academically rigorous, nationally ranked liberal arts education that fosters the development of the whole person in mind, body, and spirit and emphasizes a global perspective.

How to apply

Apply online

Please direct any questions about the position to the Department Chair, Cindy Book, book@stolaf.edu. We will begin reviewing candidates on October 15 but will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.

A liberal arts college of the Lutheran Church (ELCA), St. Olaf College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and actively seeks diversity in students, faculty, and staff. The college is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity of our community through their teaching, research, and/or service.

To provide a safe and secure educational environment, St. Olaf College verifies the accuracy of all credentials presented by applicants and conducts a criminal background check on every new hire.

St. Olaf College is a coeducational, residential, four-year, private liberal arts college in Northfield, Minnesota, United States. It was founded in 1874 by a group of Norwegian-American immigrant pastors and farmers, led by Pastor Bernt Julius Muus. The college is named after Olaf II of Norway, former king and patron saint of Norway.