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Ph.D. in Sport Science & Strength and Conditioning (3x Positions)

University of Windsor

Application Deadline Ended
Apply by Ended 2/1/2023

Ph.D. in Sport Science & Strength and Conditioning (3x Positions) | University of Windsor

Ph.D. in Sport Science & Strength and Conditioning (3x Positions)

University of Windsor


Apply by Ended 2/1/2023

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Windsor, ON, Canada

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 Job Description

The foundation of our Ph.D. program in Kinesiology is a community-based focus recognizing the wellbeing of both individuals and the collective at the local, national, and international levels. Graduates will be prepared to provide the resources necessary to sustain the community and will be able to supply current, novel ideas, and knowledge. This community-based focus in a Kinesiology program is not represented in any other existing program in Canada. Students will be required to complete four courses, one of which is a community-based internship. The internship will encourage the integration of our students into ongoing community initiatives, enhance responsibility for meeting the needs of others while improving overall well-being of Canadians, and encourage students to utilize previously acquired skills, while gaining new skills, appropriate to their internship setting.

Mission: To identify, train, and develop outstanding junior Canadian sport scientists into world class researchers and practitioners.

Qualification & Experience:

Required:

•   A Master’s degree in Kinesiology, Sport Science, or related field.

•   2+ years experience as an exercise physiologist or strength & conditioning coach

•   Successful completion of a criminal records check.

  • Possession ‘or’ intention to acquire certification(s) with either the NSCA (CSCS) ‘or’ CSEP
    (CEP-HPS) ‘or’ ACSM (CES) and CPR-C & First Aid.

Qualifications RequiredQualifications Required

  • Familiarity with sport performance equipment (ex. force plates ‘or’ velocity-based training equipment ‘or’ heart rate/GPS monitors).
  • Completion of a research thesis or project-based MSc.
  • Experience leading and/or working as part of an Integrated Support Team (IST) in a high performance, interdisciplinary sport environment.
  • Familiarity with operations in a sport performance laboratory.
  • Olympic Weightlifting coaching certification (NCCP or an international equivalent).
  • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Excel and/or databases
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