Job- University of Houston Assistant Professor of Sports and Fitness Administration

by C. H. Wilson, Jr. on January 18, 2014

University of Houston Houston, Texas

Position: Assistant Professor (tenure track) Sports and Fitness Administration.

The Department of Health and Human Performance at the University of Houston is seeking a sports management specialist with demonstrable academic skills to serve as an assistant professor.

Qualification: Ph.D. or equivalent in sports administration, law, marketing, management or field closely related.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will develop an independent research agenda, seek external funding in support of that research agenda, teach graduate and undergraduate courses in sports and fitness administration, broadly defined along with mentoring graduate students, supervising interns and serve on university committees.

Salary: Competitive and commensurate with qualifications.

Application: Submit a letter of Application, Curriculum vitae, academic transcripts and three letters of reference to:
Dr. Demetrius Pearson, Chair: Sports and Fitness Administration Search Committee Department of Health and Human Performance
3855 Holman Street, 104 Garrison Gymnasium Houston, Texas 77204-6015

Review of application materials will begin February 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

University Description: The University of Houston is a major urban research institution with a focus on urban issues and problems. The University has over 40,000 students in 13 colleges. The University of Houston is located near the renowned Texas Medical Center and NASA/Johnson Space Center providing faculty with a variety of opportunities to conduct interdisciplinary research. Houston is the largest city in Texas and offers a large variety of professional, cultural and personal opportunities.

The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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