The University of Idaho’s Department of Movement Sciences and the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences are pleased to announce the availability of a 9-month, promotable, clinical assistant professor position in Exercise, Sport, and Health Sciences (ESHS) with a focus on health sciences. We are interested in candidates who view health holistically and complementary to physical activity, fitness, and human performance. Candidates with graduate training, expertise, and/or experience in physical activity and health, community health, and/or public health will be highly valued as we aim to recruit a dynamic educator to teach and develop undergraduate and graduate courses in health sciences. Expectations of the position also include advising, service, outreach and scholarship for the program, department, and university. The ideal candidate is also expected to foster collaborations across the university and surrounding communities.

The Department of Movement Sciences promotes and advances careers in healthy active living, science, performing art, patient care, health promotion/education; and community-professional engagement through undergraduate degrees in Exercise, Sport, and Health Sciences, Recreation, and Dance; and masters’ degrees in Athletic Training, Physical Activity Pedagogy, and Movement & Leisure Sciences. In addition, the department offers doctoral degrees in Athletic Training (DAT) and through the Ph.D. in Education, with emphases in Healthy Active Lifestyles and Exercise Science. For more information about the department, visit: http://www.uidaho.edu/ed/movementsciences.