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- Saint Francis University - Loretto, PA (4/17/15)
- The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (4/16/15)
- School Counsel at Shattuck-St. Mary's School (4/3/15)
- University of Wisconsin (4/2/15)
- Utah State University (3/9/15)
- US Army Recruiting Command (2/18/15)
- Premier Sport Psychology, LLC (1/15/15)
- Mount Saint Mary (12/19/14)
- Purdue University (10/10/14)
- UNCG (10/6/14)
- Concordia University (10/2/14)
- Digital Consulting – CSF2 MRT-PE (10/2/14)
- California State University, Chico (9/29/14)
- Snow Sports NZ (9/24/14)
- SAIC (7/30/14)
- Regis University (7/22/14)
- Western Washington University (6/17/14)
- New Zealand Olympic Committee and High Performance Sport New Zealand (6/11/14)
- Amplifying Performance Consulting (5/12/14)
- Adler School of Professional Psychology (5/8/14)
- John F. Kennedy University (4/25/14)
- Shippensburg University (1/10/14)
- Western State Colorado University (11/4/13)
- New York Mets (10/25/13)
- Bridgewater State University (10/15/13)
- K-State Athletics (10/14/13)
- EXOS (10/10/13)
Position: Visitng Assistant Professor, Psychology
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Saint Francis University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Psychology department starting Fall 2015. Primary teaching responsibilities include undergraduate sport psychology, health and exercise psychology and introductory psychology. The successful candidate will also assist the department with classes in one of a number of possible areas, such as abnormal psychology, behavior modification, clinical-community psychology, health psychology, and upper-level special topic courses.
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, use of active pedagogies, advising undergraduate majors, multicultural education, and departmental and university governance. Interest in involving undergraduate psychology majors in ongoing laboratory or community-based research is essential.Qualifications include a Ph.D in Psychology (qualified ABD's will be considered).
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Review of applications will begin May 20, 2015 and continue until position is filled.
Complete an online application at http://francis.edu/employment , and then submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, three current letters of reference, and a one-page statement of teaching philosophy to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
GENERAL INFORMATION: The Saint Francis University Psychology department has a strong track record in mentoring students for entry into graduate programs and for immediate post-graduate employment. SFU Psychology faculty members also have the opportunity to participate in various other curricular and co-curricular programs, including an interdisciplinary Social Responsibility Minor, and interdisciplinary Neuroscience Minor, and the newly revised SFU general education program. SFU is a Division I University. Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff, and faculty, and encourages applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities. AA/EOE
Assistant/Associate Professor of Kinesology, Online EdD Program (2 positions available)-The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Position: Applications are invited for two 9‐month, tenure‐track positions in Kinesiology at the rank of Assistant / Associate Professor.
Position Numbers: 999399 and 999408
POSITION DESCRIPTION: We are seeking 2 innovative scholars in Kinesiology with interest and experience in graduate education to take major roles in our online professional EdD program in Kinesiology. The EdD program is a cohortbased, interdisciplinary professional degree program in which students move through the program together in learning communities to complete their coursework and dissertation in 4 years http://kin.wp.uncg.edu/edd/. Primary responsibilities include teaching, advising and supervision of dissertations in the EdD program, maintaining an active line of research, and engaging in departmental, professional and university service activities. The successful candidates are also expected to play a leading role in developing and maintaining community within the EdD program.
- Earned doctorate in Kinesiology or related field,
- Broad knowledge of Kinesiology and its sub‐disciplines,
- Active line of scholarship that complements the EdD program.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in graduate teaching and thesis/dissertation supervision. Interest or experience with a broad range of scholarly methodologies relevant for applied/action‐oriented scholarship. Experience with online pedagogy and digital literacy/technologies. Experience with program evaluation and evidence‐based pedagogical practices.
START DATE: January 2016 (preferred)
SALARY: Competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
THE DEPARTMENT OF KINESIOLOGY: The Department has 23 full‐time faculty and is one of ten departments or programs in the School of Health and Human Sciences (http://www.uncg.edu/hhs/) at UNCG. The faculty has a strong commitment to curriculum and scholarly diversity, and a particular interest in increasing faculty representation among colleagues from historically under‐represented groups. The department has a history of excellent teaching, scholarship, and professional service, and ranked 15th overall in the most recent (2010) national ranking of doctoral programs in kinesiology. The department (http://www.uncg.edu/kin) offers B.S., M.S., M.S.A.T., and Ph.D. degrees, as well as the online EdD. The on‐line EdD in Kinesiology is the first of its kind in the country, and is supported by the Division of Continual Learning whose expertise in educational technology helps faculty develop and students experience the very best in online education http://dcl.uncg.edu/.
GENERAL INFORMATION: UNCG is one of 17 campuses in the University of North Carolina system with a current enrollment of more than 18,000 students. The campus is located 1 mile from the center of Greensboro, a city of ~270,000. Located in the heart of the North Carolina Piedmont, UNCG and the City of Greensboro take great pride in their familyand military‐friendly environments. With its temperate weather and hiking and biking trails, lakes, parks, and greenways located in the city and surrounding counties, Greensboro is an ideal place to work and live.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Review of applications will begin Sept. 15 and continue until the position is filled. Applications should include:
- A detailed letter of qualifications
- Current curriculum vitae,
- List of four references including name, position/relationship to applicant, address, e‐mail address, and phone number.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has been and will continue to be committed to equality of employment opportunities and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, political affiliation, genetic information, or age. Men, women, and members of all racial and ethnic groups are encouraged to apply. EOE AA/M/F/D/V
Job Title: School Counselor
Shattuck-St. Mary's School, an Independent College Preparatory Boarding/Day School (grades 6-Postgraduate) in Faribault, Minnesota, is seeking a School Counselor. Reporting directly to the Director of Health Services, the school counselor will be part of a two member counseling team. This is a 10-month position.
To fulfill these responsibilities the School Counselor:
- Assumes responsibility for coordinating, planning and implementing personal/social counseling for students assigned by the Director of Counseling
- Maintains confidential student records related to counseling cases
- Consults with parents, school faculty and school administration to identify and refer students that may benefit from counseling services
- Participates in school meetings designated to address student concerns
- Consults and communicates with appropriate school personnel and outside mental health providers regarding students that may be experiencing social or emotional difficulties
- Provides referrals to students and families regarding mental health and other counseling services available outside of school when a need is indicated or requested
- On-call counseling responsibilities on evenings and weekends
- Provides alcohol, drug and tobacco screening and education to students
- Develops and implements faculty professional development related to mental health and/or other topics
- Assesses student mental health functioning in emergency situations
- Provides sports/performance counseling to individuals and groups
- Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work or School Counseling
- Specialized training or experience in Performance/Sports Psychology preferred
- Minimum of 5 years' of relevant experience
- Familiarity with independent, boarding school preferred
- Appropriate background checks are required
Email resume and cover letter to: Linda Laughlin, Human Resources Director, email@example.com. Application materials will be received thru 4:00 p.m., April 17, 2015 or until position is filled.
Job Title: Director of Clinical and Sport Psychology for Student-Athletes
Under the supervision of the Associate Athletic Director-Student Services, the Director of Clinical and Sport Psychology for students-athletes will oversee the delivery of clinical and sport psychology services provided to student-athletes. The incumbent will provide psychological services (evaluation, treatment and education) to student-athletes and counseling, consultation, and educational outreach services to student-athletes, coaches, athletic trainers, academic, student development and other athletics staff in a collaborative effort to enhance the personal, academic, and athletic success of the University of Wisconsin - Madison student-athletes. Additionally, the position is responsible for the development and implementation of philosophies, policies, and procedures of counseling and sport psychology service operations for student-athletes
Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Recommending, arranging, and managing referrals to other treatment providers to ensure comprehensive and coordinated care; Working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary athletic department team (athletic administration, coaches, team physicians, athletic trainers, strength/conditioning, academics, compliance, dietitians, and student athlete development) dedicated to creating a healthy intercollegiate and personal environment for the student-athlete; Developing a mental health policy and procedure manual, Demonstrating intervention competency in: substance abuse, eating disorders, grief, depression, loss and suicidal ideation, sexual identity, family crisis, issues related to transition to and from college, and "burnout"; Responding to and facilitating interventions in emergency and crisis situations; Providing services across all 23 sports within the department; Creating and providing individual and team strategies in enhancing sport performance; Conducting team and group outreach, as requested by coaching staffs or administration ; Developing and disseminating educational materials to coaches, student-athletes, and teams; Participating in New Student Orientation, Life skills Academy and Career transition courses by introducing sport psychology and how to access these services; Networking with and utilizing other mental health providers/services on and off-campus as needed; Providing services in a manner that is compliant with the rules and regulations of the University, the Big 10 Conference, and the NCAA; Practicing within the APA's Ethical Principles as well as the FERPA and HIPAA Guidelines; Within the statutory limits of confidentiality, keeping the athletic department administration abreast of developments within the department; and providing clinical supervision to practicum students and doctoral interns.
Doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology; License/certification: One year licensed as a Psychologist and must be immediately license eligible to practice in the State of Wisconsin. Minimum of one year experience in a college mental health setting with the ability to provide clinical service, consultation and outreach to diverse college student populations;
Strongly preferred qualities of the candidate include:
Experience participating in multidisciplinary teams including medical providers and academic faculty/staff; Experience in adolescent and/or young adult mental health crisis assessment, brief intervention, and confidentiality requirements; Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with persons of diverse socio-economic, racial/ethnic, international, and LGBTQ backgrounds, including knowledge and sensitivity about multicultural issues.
Conditions of Appointment:
This is an Academic Staff appointment. Salary will be assigned within the appropriate range, commensurate with the candidate's qualifications and experience. An excellent benefits package is also included. Anticipated start date on or after July 1, 2015 Successful applicants are responsible for ensuring their eligibility to work in the United States (i.e. a citizen or national of the United States, a lawful permanent resident, a foreign national authorized to work in the United States without need of employer sponsorship) on or before the effective date of appointment.
How to Apply:
Complete applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. CST, April 28, 2015. Materials will be accepted until the position has been filled.
Send a letter of application addressing your qualifications and experiences specifically relating to the responsibilities of this position, a comprehensive resume, the current contact information for three professional references, and a statement of whether you wish to have your application held in confidence or made available to the public upon request to: Office of Athletics Human Resources, at: PSYCHOLOGIST@ATHLETICS.WISC.EDU. Complete materials should be submitted electronically as Microsoft Word or PDF attachments. Do not send application materials in the body of an email as formatting will be lost. (If you are unable to submit materials electronically in this format or have application questions, contact Susan Hunt at 608-265-4135 for special arrangements.)
NOTE: Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.
Special Note: UW-Madison conducts criminal background checks for final candidate(s).
UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
Job Title/Requisition Number: Assistant Professor/055288
Department: Health, Physical Education & Recreation (HPER)
Salary Range: Commensurate with experience, plus excellent benefits
Position: Two Full-Time Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Exercise Science
The Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) Department is excited to invite applicants for two, academic year nine-month tenure-track assistant professor positions beginning in August 2015. The department seeks qualified exercise scientists to join our interdisciplinary team. Applicants trained in any field of exercise science will be given consideration, but those with a research emphasis in one of the following will be given preference: epidemiology of physical activity, sport/exercise psychology, or muscle physiology. Expectations for this position include teaching of undergraduate and/or graduate courses in the area of expertise and the maintenance of a focused and scholarly line of funded research and grant production. The HPER Department is in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services. The College is consistently ranked in the top tier of 1200 programs nationally by US News and World Report, with a current ranking of 24th overall and 4th in funded research. Within HPER, the exercise science program is well-equipped with laboratories in biomechanics and motion analysis, motor rehabilitation and learning, body composition and exercise physiology, sensory motor behavior, and a state-of-the-art sports medicine complex that includes computerized dynamic posturography and underwater treadmills.
For both positions responsibilities include a primary emphasis on research productivity and grant procurement, a moderate teaching load, and nominal service requirements. The successful candidate will have a well-defined record of scholarly research productivity related to exercise science or physical activity.
Required qualifications include:
- Qualified candidates must possess an earned doctorate in exercise science or closely related field by start date,
- Evidence of an active research agenda and a proven publication record in refereed journals, and
- An ability to teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses relevant to expertise.
- Candidates with post-doctoral research experience and/or a history of procuring external research funds will be viewed favorably.
- Previous university teaching experience with positive evaluations will be considered an important characteristic.
How to Apply
Along with online application, please attach:
- A cover letter that addresses the required and preferred qualifications for this position
- A curriculum vita
- A list of names and complete contact information for at least three current references,
- An academic transcript.
It is recommended that you have all required documents ready to attach before you click on the "apply for" link.
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Position will remain open until filled
Job Title/Announcement Number: Clinical Psychologist / NCMD155352261322761D
Department: Department of the Army
Agency: U.S. Army Recruiting Command
Salary Range: $83,468.00 to $108,507.00 / Per Year
Series & Grade: GS-0180-13
Position: Full Time - Permanent. The position will be available until Thursday, February 26, 2015.
We are looking for a Supervisory Psychologist to take charge of an exciting performance and leadership development program. The focus of this mature program is performance enhancement and leadership to support the command that recruits for the US Army. The psychologist will also primarily be responsible for the training and evaluation of a team of performance coaches and oversee the teaching of courses in Army leadership principles. There is some clinical responsibility with routine interpretation of psychometric instruments. The ideal candidate would have experience in performance psychology as well as some clinical background. The position requires obtaining clinical psychology privilege on the instillation's medical treatment facility, so APA approved doctoral program and internship is highly recommended. Although the primary location will be Ft. Knox, KY, some travel will be expected to support field training.
Please use the following link to apply! https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/394205600
CRAIG M. JENKINS
Command Psychologist, USAREC
Office: (502) 626-0135
Applications Close: Thursday, February 26, 2015
Professor (Physical Activity, Sport and Health Psychology)at Australian Catholic University in Sydney
The Institute for Positive Psychology & Education at Mount Saint Mary in Strathfield seeks applicants for a professorship position in physical activity, sport and health psychology.
Job Number: 941098
Work type: Continuing full time
Position: Professor (Physical Activity, Sport and Healthy Psychology). The position will be available until Friday, January 23, 2015.
- Join a team of world-class, multi-disciplinary researchers
- Broaden the institute's partnerships and collaborations
Qualifications: To be successful you will possess a doctorate and demonstrate extensive research expertise and recognition of national eminence and international distinction in sports, exercise or health psychology or a related discipline. You will also demonstrate expertise in leading external competitive grants, supporting grant applications and supervising research students.
Compensation: Total remuneration valued to $190,529 pa including salary component $161,685 pa (Academic Classification Level E), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. A range of generous conditions of employment and entitlements are provided, these include: generous leave conditions; flexible working arrangements; salary packaging benefits and comprehensive staff development programs.
Application: Applicants should demonstrate commitment to the specific mission and Catholic ethos of the institution. Obtain the Information_Package.pdf. Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the Information Package. Specific enquiries may be directed to Professor Joseph Ciarrochi, Professor, Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Joseph.Ciarrochi@acu.edu.au.
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Applications Close: Friday 23 January 2015
The Department of Health & Kinesiology at Purdue University seeks applicants for a tenure track position in the area of Exercise Psychology.
Position: Academic year appointment. The position will be available August 17, 2015.
Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor
Responsibilities: An independent line of research with potential for attracting extramural funding is expected at the assistant level, and evidence of extramural funding is expected at the associate level. Responsibilities also include teaching in the undergraduate and graduate programs, advising graduate students, and serving on departmental, college, and/or university committees.
Qualifications: A doctoral degree in kinesiology or related field and evidence of scholarship in the psychology of exercise/physical activity (broadly defined) is required. Post-doctoral experience is preferred.
Compensation: Competitive and commensurate with qualifications of the applicant.
Application: Applicants with experience working in diverse settings are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae; a letter of interest describing future research plans, funding record, and teaching interests; examples of scholarly work; and have three letters of reference electronically sent to: Meghan McDonough, Ph.D., Chair of the Health and Kinesiology Exercise Psychology Search Committee c/o Ms. Michelle Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org), Purdue University, 800 W. Stadium Ave., West Lafayette, IN, 47907.
College: The College of Health and Human Sciences includes nine academic units that have national and international recognition for their fundamental scientific and programmatic contributions to improving the health of individuals and communities. Scholarly activities at Purdue University enjoy an interdisciplinary breadth of perspective that encourages the sharing of discipline specific knowledge and skills. There are ample opportunities for interdisciplinary collaborations within the department, the College of Health and Human Sciences, and campus-wide emphasis areas (e.g., obesity, cancer, gerontology, children/adolescents, disease prevention, imaging, engineering). Professional collaborative opportunities and pilot funding also exist with the NIH-supported Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (www.indianactsi.org); the A.H. Ismail Center for Health, Exercise, and Nutrition (http://www.purdue.edu/hhs/hk/ismail); Discovery Park (http://www.purdue.edu/discoverypark/), the Cooperative Extension Programs of Health and Human Sciences (http://www.purdue.edu/hhs.extension); and over 100 Centers at Purdue (http://dagon.admin.purdue.edu/cgi-bin/ci/cgi).
Department: The Department of Health & Kinesiology is one of nine units in the College of Health & Human Sciences and is home to over 700 undergraduate students and 70 graduate students. Purdue is consistently ranked among the leading research institutions in the country and has the second largest international student population among U.S. public universities.
Review: Position is open until filled; review of applications will commence no later than November 14, 2014. A background check will be required for employment of this position. Purdue University, a world-class land-grant research university, enjoys worldwide recognition for the quality and global impact of its teaching, research, and engagement activities. There are 39,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at its 650-acre West Lafayette, Indiana campus. A diverse full-time faculty of nearly 2,200 teach and engage in scholarly activity. Purdue is located in historic Tippecanoe Country, and is one hour from Indianapolis and two hours from Chicago. Purdue University is an EEO/AA employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
Faculty Position: Associate / Full Professor in Kinesiology - The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Kinesiology
POSITION NUMBER: 999399
POSITION: Applications are invited for a 9-month, tenure-track associate / full professor in Kinesiology.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: We are seeking an innovative scholar in Kinesiology with interest and experience in graduate education to take a leading role in our online professional EdD program in Kinesiology. The EdD program, is a cohort-based, interdisciplinary professional degree program where students move through the program together in learning communities to complete their coursework and dissertation in 4 years http://kin.wp.uncg.edu/edd/. Primary responsibilities include teaching, advising and supervision of dissertations in the EdD program, maintaining an active line of research, and engaging in departmental, professional and university service activities. The successful candidate is also expected to play a leading role in developing and maintaining community within the EdD program and facilitate the dissertation process through coordination of learning communities, formation of dissertation committees and annual student campus visits.
QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have 1) an earned doctorate in Kinesiology or related field, 2) a broad knowledge of Kinesiology and its sub-disciplines, 3) demonstrated record and active line of scholarship that complements the EdD program, and 4) experience in graduate teaching and thesis/dissertation supervision.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Interest or experience with a broad range of scholarly methodologies relevant for applied/action-oriented scholarship. Experience with online pedagogy and digital literacy / technologies. Experience with program evaluation, and evidence-based pedagogical practices.
START DATE & SALARY: August 1, 2015; Competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
THE DEPARTMENT OF KINESIOLOGY: The Department has 23 full‐time faculty and is one of ten departments or programs in the School of Health and Human Sciences (http://www.uncg.edu/hhs/) at UNCG. The faculty has a strong commitment to curriculum and scholarly diversity, and a particular interest in increasing faculty representation among colleagues from historically under-represented groups. The department has a history of excellent teaching, scholarship, and professional service, and ranked 15th overall in the most recent (2010) national ranking of doctoral programs in kinesiology. The department is located in a modern facility with extensive classroom, laboratory, and gymnasia space, and offers B.S., M.S., M.S.A.T., Ed.D, and Ph.D. degrees http://www.uncg.edu/kin. The on-line EdD in Kinesiology is the first of its kind in the country, and is supported by the Division of Continual Learning whose expertise in educational technology helps faculty develop and students experience the very best in online education http://dcl.uncg.edu/.
GENERAL INFORMATION: UNCG is one of 17 campuses in the University of North Carolina system with a current enrollment of more than 18,000 students. The campus is located 1 mile from the center of Greensboro, a city of ~269,666. Located in the heart of the North Carolina Piedmont, UNCG and the City of Greensboro take great pride in their family- and military-friendly environments. With its temperate weather and hiking and biking trails, lakes, parks, and greenways located in the city and surrounding counties, Greensboro is an ideal place to work and live.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Review of applications will begin November 22nd, 2014, and continue until the position is filled. Applications should include a detailed letter of qualifications, current curriculum vitae, and list of four references including name, position/relationship to applicant, address, e-mail address, and phone number. Candidates are notified before references are contacted. Applications should be submitted through the UNCG jobsearch system at https://jobsearch.uncg.edu. Questions regarding the position or application process should be sent to Dr. William Karper, (email@example.com), search committee chair.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has been and will continue to be committed to equality of employment opportunities and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, political affiliation, genetic information, or age. Men, women, and members of all racial and ethnic groups are encouraged to apply.
Concordia University, Portland, founded in 1905, is a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod's Concordia University System.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Exercise and Sport Science (ESS) Director, the professor will:
1. Work collaboratively with CU faculty, staff, ESS advisory committee, and the community in the ongoing implementation and refinement of the ESS program.
2. Teach measurement and evaluation, sport psychology or nutrition, and other ESS courses to be determined.
3. Assist in the feasibility study, market analysis, and development of a graduate program in ESS.
4. Actively participate in the process of developing the Human Performance Lab as a place of teaching, learning, service, and research.
5. Assist in development of partnerships with internship, research, and service learning sites.
6. Assist with supervising student internships and research projects.
7. Commitment to modeling a healthy life style, being spiritually grounded, respecting and working with a diverse student and client population, while striving for academic excellence.
8. Perform an appropriate balance of other responsibilities, including research and service within the University and community.
QUALIFICATIONS: The qualified candidate will possess:
Commitment to the Christian faith and passion for engagement in community service.
An earned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution preferred in exercise and sport science, sport psychology or related field.
Five years of experience teaching at the graduate level preferred.
Experience with grant funding and grant writing.
Preferred certification: Certified Consultant – Association for Applied Sport Psychology (CC-AASP) or Registered Dietitian (RD), Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) or other relevant ACSM or NSCA certifications.
Experience in guiding and mentoring student research.
Experience working with accreditation process and mentoring students in obtaining applicable certifications.
The salary for this position is based on the current faculty/staff salary scale, and will be commensurate with the position and the candidate's educational background, professional experience, scholarship activity and service to the church and the community.
Generous benefits package, including tuition remission and tuition exchange with consortium institutions for immediate family members.
Applications accepted through October 31, 2014. Position begins June 1, 2015 or mutually agreed upon date.
The intent is to contract an individual for long-term employment in this area. This position is based on a twelve-month renewable contract. Applications should include a cover letter outlining the applicant's background and qualifications, curriculum vitae/resume, and contact information for three professional references. Please send all materials via email, mail, or fax to:
Joel M. Schuldheisz, Ph.D.
Professor of Exercise and Sport Science
2811 NE Holman Street
Portland, OR 97211-6099
For an application and additional information about Concordia University, please visit our website:
Concordia University, Portland is a regionally accredited, private university that specializes in undergraduate and graduate programs of professional study grounded in a strong Lutheran Liberal Arts tradition. Concordia University does not discriminate in the employment of individuals on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, sex or age. However, Concordia University is an institution of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and, to the extent allowed by law, Concordia University reserves the right to give preference in employment based upon religion.
Digital Consulting Services (DCS) has been providing Master Resilience Trainer – Performance Expert (MRT-PE) specialists to work in the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) program for several years. There are openings for MRT-PEs at multiple locations in the United States and Korea.
The CSF2 program provides a systematic way to build resilience and performance enhancement skills in Soldiers, family members, and DA Civilians. Our Master Resilience Trainer – Performance Expert specialists teach mental skills and techniques to develop the mental and emotional resilience necessary to thrive in an era of overwhelming demands and persistent conflict. Soldiers benefit from cutting-edge, research-based psychological education that will give them the keys to maintaining resilience in complex and uncertain environments.
Using applied sport psychology principles, the MRT-PE helps Soldiers become high performing "tactical athletes" and help foster high performing "unit teams" in preparation for, during, and following combat operations. The MRT-PE teaches performance psychology to promote excellence and efficiency during physical, technical, and tactical training to thrive in an era of crushing demands and persistent conflict. The MRT-PE also provides tailored education to facilitate Wounded Warriors in their transition back to their units or to civilian life. Additional information on the role of the MRT-PE is available at: http://csf2.army.mil/training-centers.html The CSF2 Training Centers are the satellite locations where CSF2 MRT-PEs reside.
MRT-PEs responsibilities include:
• Attend training exercises and field operations to serve as a performance expert consultant and coach Army Soldiers and Leaders;
• Provide individual and unit tailored Resilience and Performance Enhancement Training to Warrior Transition Unit Cadre, Soldiers, and their Families;
• Provide tailored educational programs and workshops to help Army families and DA Civilians achieve success and accomplish personal, professional, and family goals;
• Utilize simulation and biofeedback to demonstrate performance enhancement principles and to apply performance psychology techniques;
• Conduct assessment, assist in program evaluation, and support research projects being conducted locally; and
• Develop and maintain professional development relating to all aspects of performance enhancement, academic proficiency, and Army-related knowledge.
Minimum Requirements and Qualifications:
• Must have experience working with adult clients developing performance enhancement skills, education and training for use in a physical or motor performance arena. Additional experience can be from executive coaching and working with sports organizations, performing arts, or military teams in team development.
• Must be a U.S. Citizen
Education: Masters or PhD is required in performance, sport, cognitive, social or human factors psychology. Certified Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology is highly desirable.
DCS is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks diversity among its employees.
Postdoctoral Sport Psychology Fellow or Entry-Level Sport Psychologist - Premier Sport Psychology, LLC
Company: Premier Sport Psychology, LLC
Location: Edina, MN
Type: Full Time
Benefits: Retirement, Insurance, Supervision, Professional Development
Setting: Premier Sport Psychology is a private consulting practice in Edina, MN (suburb of Minneapolis) that provides both performance-enhancement and mental health services to athletes/performers of all ages and levels. Premier contracts with the University of Minnesota Athletic Department (provides all "in-house" sport psychology services to the 750+ student-athletes) and a USA National Team, in addition to serving a broad spectrum of athlete in private practice. In addition, Premier works collaboratively with several prominent sport medicine clinics in the Upper Midwest.
Position Summary: Premier Sport Psychology, LLC is pleased to offer a Postdoctoral Sport Psychology Fellow or entry-level sport psychologist position for 2015/2016. This is a full-time position scheduled to begin as soon as possible or when filled. The position is designed for an individual who is interested in working as part of a sport psychology private consulting practice, combining clinical work, performance-enhancement and outreach with an athletic population. This is a full-time position and can be considered supervised professional experience under the direction of licensed psychologist supervisors.
Description: Provide direct personal counseling and mental skills training to athletes (individual, team and/or family); Develop, promote and lead workshops or presentations to local and regional sport organizations/medical clinics/athletic groups; Conduct outreach and marketing ventures to grow new business and foster referral relationships; If interested, become involved in business/ industrial and organizational side of consulting practice; Participate in case management, business meetings, and professional development activities; Receive 2 hours of supervision per week. Possible opportunities to have clinical rotations in collegiate athletic settings and/or sport medicine organizations (based on availability and interest/skills). Other duties as assigned (e.g., content development for website, workbooks, on-line coaching resources, handouts; assist with administrative activities, etc.). Hours are applicable toward licensure requirements as specified by the Minnesota Board of Psychology.
Qualifications: A Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical/Counseling/Educational Psychology from an accredited institution of higher education. Specialized training in sport psychology (e.g., training, practicum, etc.) and/or AASP certification. Excellent clinical, presentation, communication and interpersonal skills. Self-motivated and disciplined, with a willingness to be creative and invest hard work in growing a sport psychology practice. Understanding of, and strict adherence to the Minnesota Board of Psychology legal guidelines and APA ethical guidelines.
Preferred Skills: Experience working with athletes of all ages (youth to professional) and all sports. Specific experience working with youth/high school student-athletes, coaches, sport medicine staff and multidisciplinary treatment teams. Training and experience in performance issues. Ability to present to groups and strong public speaking skills. Crisis intervention experience. Completion of APA-accredited internship.
Compensation: Compensation is competitive with other post-doctoral or entry-level positions. Depending on performance and workload, bonus opportunities are available. Premier Sport Psychology will also provide benefits including contributions to a retirement plan, 7 paid holidays, 10 PTO Days, and malpractice insurance. The position will also receive professional development time and funds (to be determined throughout the year).
If interested in the position, please submit the following items:
3 professional references
Submissions should be sent to:
ATTN: Kayla Lorch (office manager)
Premier Sport Psychology
7401 Metro Blvd, Suite 480
Edina, MN 55439
Department of Kinesiology
College of Communication and Education
The Position: The Kinesiology Department is searching for a tenure track assistant professor to start August, 2015. California State University, Chico is seeking faculty who are competent in their field, collaborative with colleagues and staff, and committed to student success. Position is contingent on funding. As a university that educates students of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, we value a diverse faculty and staff. The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, color, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, National origin, sex, sexual orientation, covered veteran status, or any other protected status. We also welcome those who share a passion and commitment to the University's Strategic Priorities - http://www.csuchico.edu/vpaa/wasc/StrategicPrior/.
Minimum Qualifications: The minimum education requirement for appointment to this position is a Ph.D. (or Ed.D.) in Sport/Exercise Psychology of Kinesiology or closely related area. Candidates nearing completion of the doctorate may be considered; however, the doctorate must be complete prior to the beginning of the academic year (August, 2015). Ability to teach a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in sport and exercise psychology aspects of Kinesiology. Evidence of scholarship commensurate with academic experience. Knowledge and application of instructional technology.
Preferred Qualifications: Evidence of or potential for successful teaching in Sport and Exercise Psychology/Sociology, Coaching Psychology, and Coaching Education. Experience or ability to teach sport and exercise psychology/sociology classes and experience or interest in teaching coaching education courses. Evidence of a current scholarly agenda. Experience in or potential for applying scholarly interests to practical settings. Participation in relevant professional organizations. Ability to teach a writing-proficiency course. Certified consultant status by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (CC-AASP) or candidates with potential to achieve CC-AASP (or international equivalent) is preferred. Ability to communicate and work effectively with an ethnically and culturally diverse campus community. Experience or interest in acquiring and administering grants.
Responsibilities: This tenure-track position carries responsibilities in the areas of teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in area of specialization including writing proficiency courses, scholarship leading to publications and presentations, and service including advising graduate students and serving on master's committees, engaging in faculty governance and serving on department/college/university committees. Additional responsibilities include working cooperatively with faculty and contributing to the goals of the department/college/university. Teaching assignments are based upon qualifications of the individual and the needs of the department.
Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience.
The Department: The Department of Kinesiology seeks to be a national leader in communicating and creating knowledge about physical activity to enhance the quality of life for all. We are a learning community of 14 permanent faculty, 38 part-time faculty, and nearly 900 major students. Department faculty hold national and international leadership positions and are known for excellence in teaching and applied research as well as professional service. Department website: http://www.csuchico.edu/kine/ College website: http://www.csuchico.edu/cme/
Closing Date: Review of applications will begin on November 14, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.
How to Apply: All applicants must complete the Application for Academic Employment Form, which is available on-line at http://apptrkr.com/524104 to be submitted with letter of interest, teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae or resume, complete set of transcripts, evidence of teaching, three letters of recommendation (and names, phone numbers, and addresses of three additional references) sent electronically as a pdf to KINE@csuchico.edu. Please reference the job position in the subject to:
Dr. Traci Ciapponi, Search Committee Chair
California State University, Chico, 400 W. First Street, Chico, CA 95929-0330
Phone: 530-898-5429, firstname.lastname@example.org
An annual security report disclosing crime statistics for California State University, Chico can be obtained by contacting the Chico State University Police Department (530-898-5555) or by accessing the following website: www.csuchico.edu/up/clery_report.shtml
Candidates are subject to a criminal records check.
For disability related accommodations please call ADA Coordinator at (530) 898-5959.
CSU, Chico is an EOE/Minority/Females/Vet/Disability and only employs individuals authorized to work in the U.S. The person holding this position is considered a "mandated reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
California State University, Chico is a fully accredited, state-supported member of a 23-campus CSU system. The university is a residential campus serving a diverse student body of approximately 16,000.
Founded in 1887, CSU, Chico offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the Colleges of Behavioral and Social Sciences; Communication and Education; Computer Science, Engineering and Construction Management; Humanities and Fine Arts; Natural Sciences; Business; and, Agriculture.
As a comprehensive university serving Northern California and other regions nationally and internationally, our first priority is the education of our students. We are committed to assisting students in their search for knowledge and understanding and to prepare them with the attitudes, skills and habits of lifelong learning in order to assume responsibility in a democratic community and global society.
With a population of nearly 110,000, Chico is located in the Sacramento Valley near the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas. It is 180 miles northeast of San Francisco and 90 miles north of Sacramento and offers a reasonable cost of living compared to metropolitan areas.
Chico retains the charm of a small town while offering medical services, excellent public and private schools, and many cultural and recreational activities. The city's Bidwell Park, one of the largest municipal parks, extends from the city center along a creek deep into the foothills and surrounding canyons. For more: www.csuchico.edu/pa/chico-facts.shtml
High Performance Sport New Zealand's (HPSNZ) vision is to have more New Zealanders winning on the world stage. To help make this happen our dedicated team of professionals are providing world class support to our country's elite athletes.
HPSNZ is seeking applications for the full time position of Performance Psychologist. This position is focused on the 2018 Winter Olympics. Based in Wanaka, the role will support athletes and coaches domestically and internationally within the Snow Sports NZ (SSNZ) high performance programme.
SSNZ is the national sport organisation representing the interests of alpine ski racing, cross country skiing, free skiing, snowboarding and adaptive snow sports. Its mission is to lead and support the success of competitive snow sports in New Zealand. SSNZ's vision is to be New Zealand's most inspirational, innovative, exciting and fun sport.
The purpose of this role is to help SSNZ, their coaches and world class athletes to perform at the highest level.
You will be passionate about snow sports and performance, and have achieved advanced tertiary qualifications in sport psychology. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate at a number of levels with athletes, coaches, high performance managers, sport scientists, medicine providers and colleagues are essential.
Experience in high performance sport and supporting elite athletes will be beneficial, with experience operating with snow sports and/or extreme sport athletes particularly desirable.
If you have an interest in this role and are dedicated to excellence please forward a covering letter and CV to email@example.com by 10th October 2014.
Currently, there are openings for a Master Resilience Trainer – Performance Experts (MRT-PE) to support the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) program at multiple locations. MRT-PEs teach mental skills, resilience, and performance enhancement techniques to Army Soldiers, Families, and DA Civilians. Teaching is conducted in group and individual settings, and includes general education in human performance along with personalized training on how to acquire and apply specific mental skills and techniques that cultivate the mental and emotional strength necessary to thrive in an era of overwhelming demands and persistent conflict. The mental skills and techniques taught by CSF2-TC include: Building Confidence, Goal Setting, Attention Control, Energy Management, Integrating Imagery, and Team Building. Using these principles, MRT-PEs help Soldiers to become high performing "tactical athletes" and help foster high performing "unit teams" in preparation for, during, and following combat operations. Specifically, MRTPEs teach performance psychology to further promote excellence and efficiency during physical, technical, and tactical training, as well as during the challenges of combat operations. MRT-PEs also provide tailored education to facilitate Wounded Warriors in their transition back to their units or to civilian life. CSF2-TC teams are comprised of 5-10 MRT-PEs and led by a Site Manager with seasoned prior military experience. Tasks, responsibilities, and additional duties include:
a) Attend training exercises and field operations as requested by individual units to serve as a performance enhancement consultant and to coach Army Soldiers and Leaders on the acquisition of performance psychology techniques and their application to individual military tasks and unit operations.
b) Provide tailored educational programs and workshops to help Army families and DA Civilians living and working in demanding environments achieve success and accomplish personal, professional, and family goals.
c) Recommend improvements to all aspects of CSF2-TC operations.
d) Perform routine CSF2-TC operational duties.
e) Conduct assessment, assist in program evaluation, and support research projects being conducted locally.
f) Assist or provide CSF2-TC program overview briefings to VIPs and high-ranking leaders when required.
g) Develop and maintain professional development relating to all aspects of performance enhancement, academic proficiency, and Army-related knowledge.
h) Perform additional duties as required.
Masters or Doctoral degree from an accredited college or university in the field of Psychology, Counseling, or Kinesiology with a specialized emphasis in sport and/or performance psychology.
A MRT-PE must have experience working with adult clients developing performance enhancement skills, education and training for use in a physical or motor performance arena. Additional required skills include: Excellent oral and written communications skills; experience teaching large, small, and individual audiences; ability to work well within a team environment; desired skills include: Familiarity with biofeedback techniques, military environment, and resiliency training.
Multiple are available, please request.
To appply: The job number on the SAIC page is 405158, click here: http://jobs.saic.com/job/Foster-City-Master-Resilience-Trainer-Performance-Expert-Job-CA-94404/79180600/
The Office of Counseling and Personal Development is seeking a Staff Psychologist/Sport Psychologist Focus with Regis University.
The Staff Psychologist/Sport Psychologist Focus will provide personal counseling services to students with a wide variety of developmental and mental health issues. Provide consultation to Regis community regarding students with psychological issues. Provide outreach/programming on a variety of topics to the Regis community. Act as the OCPD liaison to the Regis University Athletics Department by providing a variety of services to coaches, teams and athletes.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
• Maintain an individual clinical caseload of typical OCPD clients/students on a daily basis in order to assist with developmental issues or more severe psychological concerns (approximately 17 hours/week).
• Provide services to the Athletic Department (performance enhancement workshops, coach consultations, individual services to student athletes, team consultations/interventions, department bystander intervention trainings, etc.) (approximately 13 hours/week).
• Provide appropriate clinical documentation by maintaining appropriate case records in accordance with professional, ethical and OCPD departmental standards (approximately 4 hours/week).
• Provide outreach/crisis intervention/consultation to faculty, staff and students as needed to assist with understanding of students' psychological needs. Consult, collaborate and serve as resource to key departments, including Residence Life, Campus Safety, Student Activities, Career Services, Health Services, Wellness and Recreation and University Ministry. (approximately 3 hours/week).
• Participate in weekly staff meetings including team supervision and in-services; provide peer supervision/consultation (approximately 2 hours/week)
• Collaborate with Student Health Services, the OCPD consulting psychiatrist and Residence Life on an as needed basis regarding psychological concerns of specific students where coordination of treatment/care is required (approximately 1 hour/week).
• Participate in professional development activities (conferences, workshops, specific skill training, supervision, psychologist licensure preparation) in order to acquire and maintain required professional license (approximately .50 hour/week).
Doctorate in psychology or related mental health field, plus 1-3 years experience working with adolescents or young adults, preferably in college counseling center setting or another type of larger systems setting. Additional experience in working with clients with major mental illness preferred. Additional experience/strong interest in working with student athletes and/or with performance enhancement techniques required. Must have appropriate professional license (at the highest level of education) and be within six months of obtaining Certified Sports Consultant/Sports Psychologist status.
To apply to the position please visit our jobsite at http://jobs.regis.edu/postings/982
High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) and the New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) are seeking applications for the position of Psychology Manager. This new position is a full time permanent appointment and will be Auckland based. As the successful applicant you will have a passion for sport and solid understanding of performance psychology needs in high performance sport.
You will join a dedicated team of specialists working alongside New Zealand's top athletes ensuring they have the best support available to succeed on the world stage. Beyond the provision of performance psychology expertise to Olympic and carded athletes, the Psychology Manager is also responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining a world class high performance psychology framework, and developing a team of experts who can promote the framework. In this role you will assist the NZOC with advice on psychology policies, career pathways and learning and development opportunities. It is envisaged that you would also be a member of the NZOC Olympic team.
You will be a registered psychologist with extensive performance sport experience and already have a solid reputation and specific qualifications in sports psychology. A leadership background is essential as is a history of leading or working with a cross-disciplinary team within the sports medicine field.
If you have an interest in this role, and are dedicated to excellence please forward a covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
This position closes at 5pm, 20 August, 2014
Amplifying Performance Consultingis looking for a licensed doctoral level Psychologist with training or interest in Sport Psychology and Eating Disorders.
Supervision can be arranged. Boston and Carlisle based practice. Provide individual and group counseling to athletes for performance issues, injury and rehabilitation issues and patients with eating disorders.
Other referrals representing general psychological issues also possible.
Please Send Resume to: Sharon Chirban, Ph.D. at email@example.com
Experienced Psy.D. or Ph.D. needed for FFS position in busy, well-established, multi-disciplinary private group practice south of Boston. Assessment and therapy with individuals, couples and families.
The Adler School of Professional Psychology, founded in 1952, is the oldest independent school of psychology in North America. The School provides graduate education in counseling, psychology and health service delivery with campuses in the heart of downtown Chicago and downtown Vancouver. Program offerings include an APA-accredited clinical psychology program and five Master's Degree programs at its Chicago location and a Master of Arts in Counseling at its Vancouver location. The Adler School is committed to continuing the pioneering work of its namesake, Alfred Adler. As part of that commitment, the School graduates socially responsible practitioners, engages in communities, and advances social justice.
The Adler School of Professional Psychology is seeking qualified candidates to fill a full time core faculty/Sport and Health Training coordinator position for its M. A. Counseling Program specializing in Sport & Health Psychology starting Fall 2014.
Duties include teaching, advising and mentoring students, coordination of applied sport psychology training (externship), participation in institutional and departmental committees, admission efforts, as well as support of department and institutional initiatives. Candidates must be willing to align with the School's mission and values which is training socially responsible practitioners, engaging communities, and advancing social justice.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. . Applicants should submit electronically a curriculum vita, three professional references with contact information, and a letter of interest to Dr. Michele Kerulis firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Dr. Michele Kerulis, Program Director & Faculty Search Committee
Adler School of Professional Psychology
17 N. Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60602.
Prior to an offer of employment official transcripts and letters of recommendation will be required. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. A range of full benefits are provided and are detailed further on the employment page of our website.
Required Skills Candidates are required to have a doctorate in Sport Psychology, Counselor Education and Supervision, Counseling Psychology or a closely related field, experience in teaching, supervision of practicum/internship students, either in the practice of clinical counseling or sport and health psychology.. Candidates must be certified by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (CC-AASP) and have experience mentoring applied sport psychology students. Preference will be given to those with expertise in teaching Sport Psychology related courses, Research & Program Evaluation, Assessment/appraisal, and Substance Abuse. Eligibility for Illinois counselor licensure is also preferred.
Candidates are also expected to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and an ability to collaborate effectively with students, faculty, and professional staff.
Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of Adler School of Professional Psychology that all persons are entitled to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) protection. The School does not discriminate against any individual for employment because of age, religion, race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status (including unfavorable discharge from the military), or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law.
Core Faculty / Fieldwork Coordinator, The College of Graduate and Professional Studies at John F. Kennedy University (JFKU)
JFKU is hiring a full time faculty / fieldwork coordinator in the MA in Sport Psychology Program at the Pleasant Hill campus. This full-time, exempt position comes with benefits that include vacation and sick leave accruals, medical, dental, vision, 403(b) retirement eligibility and some tuition waiver benefits.
Key responsibilities include teaching 18 quarter-units per year, overseeing the fieldwork experience of students; providing group supervision, individual internship supervision, student mentoring and academic advisement. The faculty will participate actively in program, college, and university-wide committees and functions; maintain a program of scholarship, professional or community service; and perform other faculty activities as assigned by the Program Chair.
Requirements include: a doctorate degree in sport psychology (preferred) or a related field; be AASP-certified (Association for Applied Sport Psychology) or close to being awarded full certified status; have experience in higher education teaching, supervision of students in applied sport psychology (non-clinical), and teaching performance enhancement/mental training skills to trainees.
Applicants must have a personal and professional commitment toward and experience in applied sport psychology and have experience working in the field with a diverse range of performers in terms of demographics and skill levels. They should have comfort with the use of technology for online teaching, strong organizational skills, and a record of clear dissemination of their work to the field and the public are all strongly desired.
To apply by email, send your curriculum vitae, cover letter and letters of recommendation to HRRecruiter@jfku.edu with SPORTFIELDWORK in the subject line, or send by fax to 925.969.3451, or mail to:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
John F. Kennedy University
100 Ellinwood Way
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
John F. Kennedy University is an equal opportunity employer. The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status or disability. In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, the university actively encourages applications from members of all groups that are underrepresented in higher education.
General Description: Shippensburg University is conducting a search for a full-time tenure track faculty position in Exercise Science, with a start date in August 2014. This position requires teaching courses in psychology, research design and stress management. Teaching group exercise could also be a part of this position's workload. Additional responsibilities will include student advising, internship supervision, participation in departmental and University governance, and professional and community service.
Qualifications: Qualified applicants must have an earned doctorate in Exercise Science or a related field with a specialization in Exercise and Sport Psychology, though an ABD at the time of hire will be considered (a terminal degree is required for tenure). A demonstration of teaching effectiveness and a research agenda presentation will be required as part of a successful on-campus interview process. Evidence of a commitement to understanding diverse populations will also be required as a part of the on-campus interview. Evidence of effective university teaching experience is highly desired and the ability to teach undergraduate courses related to sports psychology, psychology of physical activity, research design and statistics for exercise science, and stress management is highly desired. Additional experiences or background teaching group exercise and coaching related courses is a positive. Involvement with supervision of undergraduate research is a plus.
Application Procedure: All candidates must apply online at https://jobs.ship.edu with review of application beginning on February 3, 2014 and continuing until the position is filled. Materials submitted in other formats including paper applications will not be considered. For an application to be considered complete, candidates must submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts (official transcripts required if granted an on-campus interview),and the names and contact information for three references.
Upon appointment, all candidates must furnish proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. Offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check, sufficient course enrollment and budget allocations. Shippensburg University is an equal opportunity employer. Individuals from traditionally underrepresented populations are encouraged to apply.
POSITION: Western State Colorado University invites applications for a tenure-track position in exercise and sport science (ESS) at the assistant professor level. Teaching responsibilities are focused in the area of sport and exercise psychology. Expertise and teaching experience in the following areas is required: psychology of sport and physical activity, psychology of coaching, psychology of injury, mental training, and program design for behavior change. Candidates should also have academic background to teach more broadly in the ESS major (e.g., foundations of ESS, lifetime wellness, motor learning & development, senior seminar). Interest and expertise in developing topic-based courses to support the exercise science major are desired (e.g., exercise adherence). Responsibilities include teaching 24 semester credits per year, academic advising, college service, and professional activity. For more information on the Exercise & Sport Science Program, visit our website at http://www.western.edu/academics/ess.
SALARY: Salary is commensurate with qualifications, $48,000 – $51,000 per year. Benefits include an employee/employer shared contribution retirement plan and life and health insurance.
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Doctorate required for tenure; ABD will be considered for appointment. Candidates must have a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate education and excellence in teaching. Experience in supervision of undergraduate student research is highly desired. Preference will be given to a candidate who is certified as a sport psychology consultant (CC-AASP). Ability to work closely with colleagues in a small, student-centered undergraduate program is critical. Working with existing faculty to develop the proposed Center for Wellness & Human Performance is expected. Candidates should have a vision for professional activity (research, writing, professional involvement).
STARTING DATE: August 2014
APPLICATION: To apply, go to www.western.edu/jobs and use our online application (see the "apply" link at the top of the job posting); required attachments to your online application include a letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts, sample syllabi for relevant courses, evidence of previous teaching experience through teaching evaluations, and contact information for three references.
Please direct questions to the search committee chair, Dr. Christina Buchanan, at email@example.com.
Unofficial transcripts are acceptable during screening. Official transcripts are required prior to employment.
Screening of applicants will begin December 6, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled.
Western is a public university with an enrollment of 2,400 students who come from across Colorado and all fifty states. Faculty members share a strong commitment to personalized education with the liberal arts and sciences and professional training as its core. They are student-oriented, collegial, energetic, and engaged in the campus and community. The curriculum provides professional flexibility where experiential learning and interdisciplinary approaches are valued. Our campus is located in Gunnison, Colorado, a rural community 200 miles southwest of Denver. At an elevation of 7,700 feet in the southern Rocky Mountains, the Gunnison Valley provides spectacular year-round recreational opportunities. Employees have chosen Western because of the quality of life combined with rewarding careers. Visit http://www.western.edu to learn more about Western.
Western State Colorado University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity educator and employer.
The New York Mets are looking for an enthusiastic, flexible, fully bilingual (English and Spanish-speaking) mental health clinician to join their employee assistance (EAP) and sports psychology team. The incumbent will be a licensed professional (Psychologist, Social Worker, LMFT) with strong clinical skills. They will possess a working knowledge of emotional/psychiatric and substance use disorders, practical, short term counseling, have good diagnostic skills, and be comfortable working in a fast-paced sports environment. The applicant should have a good cultural awareness of working with Spanish-Speakers.
The applicant will also be comfortable making presentations to large groups. Ideal candidate will have 2-5 years of evidence based clinical working experience. Experience working with young adult males in counseling and in institutional or organizational settings such as the military, schools, community organizations, is a plus.
The consultant will be the primary EAP serving the entire minor league system (Situated in six locations, across the US) with travel including the Dominican Republic. They will provide short term support to all players, coaches and staff regarding any mental health issue and will manage the referral process for more chronic/severe issues, including interfacing with local mental health clinicians. The consultant will work with the existing Sports Psychology/EAP team to further develop and implement the mental skills training program throughout the system. They will participate in presentations to players and will follow players development in this area by phone and in person meetings throughout the year.
This is a full time salaried position which requires seasonal weekly travel to the minor league affiliates (Las Vegas NV, Binghamton NY, Port St. Lucie FL, Savannah GA, Brooklyn NY, Kingsport TN). Some flexibility as to where this position is located. Consultant will be in touch with players primarily by phone in the off -season.
Please send all resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of MAHPLS (Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies), Assistant or Associate Professor, Physical Education (full time, tenure track).
1. Teach Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Sport, Physical Education, and Exercise.
2. Teach Psychology of Sport and Physical Performance
3. Teach a variety of courses in the behavioral aspect of sport and recreation (e.g., Socio-Cultural Foundations of Sport and Physical Activity, Recreation Leadership, or Coaching).
4. Advise undergraduate students.
5. Potential to teach and advise in the graduate program
Required Minimum Qualifications:
1. Earned doctorate in Physical Education or related field.
2. Demonstrated experience teaching Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Sport, Physical Education, and Exercise; and Psychology of Sport and Physical Performance 3. Strong commitment to excellence in teaching and advising, and working in an environment that fosters diversity.
4. Evidence of engagement in scholarly activities and desire to continue scholarly work.
5. Ability to integrate technology effectively in teaching and learning.
6. Demonstrated experience or academic preparation for teaching writing intensive courses
1. Interest and ability to contribute to Movement Arts, Health Promotion, and Leisure Studies department in curriculum development around behavioral aspects of sport, and recreation leadership at undergraduate and graduate levels
2. Interest in working with undergraduate students and/or colleagues in scholarly activities
3. Contributions to the profession through state and national professional organizations
Special Instructions to Applicants: Submit CV and letter of application addressing the minimum qualifications. Submit names, phone numbers, and email addresses for three professional references.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Please apply online at https://jobs.bridgew.edu
K-State Athletics seeks applicants with a Ph.D. in Human Performance, Psychology, Kinesiology, or Sport Sciences with specialization in Sport Psychology, and a minimum of three years of experience in sport psychology and demonstrated success working with athletes; must have excellent written and oral communication, organizational, interpersonal and analytical skills; and be able to work evenings and weekends as needed. Application deadline is 12:00 Noon on Friday, October 25, 2013. Women and minority candidates encouraged to apply. Email HR@kstatesports.com or visit www.k-statesports.com/ot/job-opps.html for detailed position information, required and preferred qualifications, and application requirements. KSU is AA/OOE. Background check required.
EXOS is the global leader in integrated performance training for the top athletes in the world. From our four world-class facilities in Arizona, Southern California, Florida and Texas, EXOS trains the top Champions in Sport, including 14 2012 NFL first round picks, 87 MLB players in 2012 alone, and 3 of the final 16 teams in the 2010 World Cup, as well as elite military operators and leading teams globally. Our work at EXOS takes us to China, Germany, Argentina, the UK, and many places in between, as we are helping to power the performance of athletes around the world.
In addition to supporting top athletes and teams, we leverage our proprietary methodology and systems to help high school and college athletes, military personnel, and leading executives redefine what's possible, delivering unmatched results with a world-class experience. EXOS was named one of Fast Company's 10 Most Innovative Companies in Sports in 2011, and is a fixture in top media outlets including the NFL Network, ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, and Men's Health.
Founded in 1999 by industry visionary Mark Verstegen, EXOS is a thought leader in the human performance space. In addition to athlete, military, and executive programming, AP is home to a Performance Innovation Team, a cross-functional team of experts that is constantly evaluating all programming and associated technology that the company delivers while driving innovation forward internally and with our team of leading partners. EXOS also has a dedicated Education team that conducts our industry-acclaimed Mentorship programs both at our U.S. facilities and around the world.
EXOS created the EXOS Works brand to help people live healthier, higher-performing lives. Today, EXOS Works is the leader in proactive wellness, delivering measurable results through integrated, data-driven programs that are rooted in advanced science and research for employees and corporations. EXOS Works solutions are engaging, personalized, and sustainable, yielding meaningful results for employees and a competitive advantage for employers.
EXOS is backed by Polaris Ventures, Walgreens Corporation, and ABS Capital. Along with our world-class investment team, EXOS is proud to have a team of leading partners committed to supporting human performance, including adidas, SKLZ, EAS, Sheraton, Keiser, Intel, Tignum, Axon Potential, and Zeo.
Each day, members of the military face new and unexpected challenges as conditions, terrains, and situations are always changing, requiring various physical assets and skills to succeed and, sometimes, survive. EXOS takes great pride in training members of the military and helping prepare and preserve the military's most important asset—human capital.
EXOS military programs maximize the physical assets tactical athletes need to be successful every day for every mission by building strength, power, speed, and agility, while increasing flexibility and mobility to decrease the potential for injury. Integrating training programs with supportive nutrition and recovery strategies support both non-duty and mission operations for peak performance.
The Sports Psychology Consultant shall train SOCOM command units and personnel to develop and use the psychological skills necessary to perform optimally in training and operations, realize their potential, and increase their physical and emotional well-being. There will be an integrated model including Strength and Conditioning, Physical Therapy and Nutrition team members and support from our company infrastructure.
Experience with NCAA, Military, SOF, or Professional Sports training
Ph.D in any of the following areas: Human Performance, Kinesiology, or Exercise and Sport Sciences with an emphasis in Sport Psychology
Masters Degrees will be reviewed on a per case basis
Minimum of 5 years of field experience preferred Pro Sports or Collegiate experience
US Citizen who has an ability to obtain a Security Clearance
Ability to relocate in a timely manner
EOE M/F/D/V - EXOS conducts post-offer Background Check