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The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) delivers a number of programs in  partnership with National Sporting Organisations, State Institutes and Academies of Sport, Sate Departments of Sport and Recreation, just to name a few.

There are many opportunities  for careers in sport in Australia. This page includes information on current sporting employment opportunities which are not at the ASC.


 :: Victoria University ::

Professor, Sport Biomechanics

Victoria University

This is a 5 year fixed term position with a 17% employer superannuation contribution

Victoria University, as part of a strategy to be world renowned in Sport, Exercise and Active Living, is seeking to appoint a Professor in Sport Biomechanics. This appointment will be jointly funded by the Australian Sport Commission (ASC) through the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Victoria University. The Professor, Sport Biomechanics will undertake and lead innovative research in the area of Musculoskeletal Modelling Biomechanics with a focus on sport performance improvement, gait analysis and injury prevention. The position is based at AIS Canberra with regular travel to Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living (ISEAL) at Victoria University in Melbourne.

The successful application will have demonstrated experience in developing and leading interdisciplinary research programs.

General Information:

Address your Cover Letter, Selection Criteria and resume to Professor Rezaul Begg, Sport Biomechanics, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living (ISEAL).

Please submit your application online at our website: http://www.vu.edu.au/jobs

For further details and information, please call call Professor Begg on +61 3 9919 1116, or Marc Portus (Head of Movement Science, Australian Institute of Sport) on +61 2 6214 1715.

PD Number: 906954 

Applications Close: 4pm Monday 1 September 2014 

Victoria University reserves the right to appoint by invitation.
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Victoria University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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