SESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS Application – Fall 2018
The Department of Biomedical Physiology & Kinesiology is seeking applications for the following positions:
- Sessional Instructor (Vancouver Campus) - BPK 110 Human Nutrition: Current Issues
- Sessional Instructor (Burnaby Campus) - BPK 241 Sports Injuries - Prevention and Rehabilitation
- Distance Education Course Supervisor - BPK 422C ST: Aging Physiology
- Sessional Instructor (Burnaby Campus) - BPK 481 Musculoskeletal Disorders
Term Appointment Dates: 03 May - 20 Aug, 2018
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only successful applicants will be contacted.
Course Descriptions: https://www.sfu.ca/students/calendar/courses/bpk
Qualifications: A related graduate degree or equivalent qualification in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology or a related discipline together with evidence of teaching ability commensurate with the responsibility of teaching the assigned credit course and of carrying out the duties related to the effective conduct of that course.
BPK 241, applicants must be a Sports Medicine Doctor, Physiotherapist or Chiropractor with experience working with a sports team as a therapist. Further, a current Sports First Responder Certification is required.
For BPK 422C, applicants must have extensive research experience in human physiology related to at least one of, and ideally two or more of, the following aspects of aging: theories of aging, cellular aging, systemic aging, reproduction, sarcopenia, bone and joint health, the cardiovascular system, cognition, cancer, and inflammation. The applicant must also have experience leading virtual academic discussions.
For BPK 481, applicants must have the following:
1. Have a working knowledge of human musculoskeletal anatomy, human physiology, and biomechanics;
2. Be familiar with common musculoskeletal injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and shoulder impingement syndrome;
3. Have familiarity with injuries from occupational environments and be able to demonstrate an understanding of task analysis and the systems approach to addressing injuries in the workplace;
4. Take a kinesiological (i.e., applied anatomy and biomechanics rather than medical) approach to preventing and managing musculoskeletal injuries.
Equity: Simon Fraser University is committed to the principle of equity in employment.
Privacy: The information submitted with your application is collected under the authority of the university Act (R.S.B.C. 1996, c.468, s.27(4)(a)), applicable federal and provincial employment regulations and requirements, the University's non-academic employment policies and applicable collective agreements. The information is related directly to and needed by the University to initiate the employment application process. The information will be used to contact references supplied by you, evaluate your qualifications and complete the employment process by making a hiring decision. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information please contact the Executive Director, Human Resources, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby BC V5A 1S6. Telephone 778-782-3227.