Lecturer Health & Human Performance
Posting DetailsPosition Information Business Title Lecturer Health & Human Performance Position Number Home Department School of Health & Human Performance Employment Type Non-Tenure Track Faculty Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time Appointment Faculty (10-month) Time Limited? No Time-Limited Appointment Length Not Applicable Work Schedule
40 hours per week some nights and weekends required for special eventsWork Hours per week 40 Travel Required? N Primary Function of Organizational Unit
The School of Health and Human Performance offers innovative undergraduate and graduate programs of study. We offer undergraduate degrees in Exercise Science and Public Health, and master’s degrees in Human Performance, Health Promotion, Physical Education and Athletic Training.
Students work with professors, fellow students, and practitioners in a variety of settings in order to empower others to lead healthy lifestyles and to function more effectively in society. We offer programs that balance traditional classroom and experiential learning to provide our students with the knowledge and skills to make positive lifestyle and career choices.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in health & human performance as appropriate for area of expertise. Examples may include: anatomy, human physiology, medical terminology, structural kinesiology, personal health and fitness, motor behavior, skill analysis, and other areas of expertise.Key Functions and Related Job Duties Key Function Faculty - Teaching/Instructing Job duties performed for the above function
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in health & human performance as appropriate for area of expertise and SACS qualified. Examples may include: anatomy, human physiology, medical terminology, structural kinesiology, personal health and fitness, motor behavior, skill analysis, and other areas of expertise. Candidate will carry a 5/5 load (15 credit hours per semester or 30 credit hours per year).Other Duties and Responsibilities Other Duties and Responsibilities
Candidates must contribute to the School of Health and Human Performance educational mission. The finalist is expected to maintain involvement in University, College and/or Departmental service and engagement in professional service at the national/international, regional, state and/or community level.Equal Opportunity Statement
Georgia College is committed to the fundamental principle of equal opportunity and equal treatment for every prospective and current employee and strives to create a campus environment which understands, fosters, and embraces the value of diversity. No person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information, be excluded from employment or participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination, under any program or activity conducted by Georgia College.Minimum Requirements Proposed Minimum Experience/Education
Successful candidates must have:
1. Doctoral degree.
2. Evidence of successful higher education teaching.
3. Experience and demonstrated competence in teaching courses cited previously.
1. Understanding of the principles associated with teaching and learning.
2. Demonstrable ability to work collegially and effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds.
3. Be able to communicate effectively with students and colleagues.
1. A minimum of 18 graduate semester hours related to one or more of the programmatic areas in Health & Human Performance.
2. Strong communication skills.
3. Evidence of methodological innovation and creative teaching strategies is highly desirable.
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Teaching Philosophy
- Unofficial Transcripts
- List of 3 References and Contact Information