Responsibilities will include some combination of the following: Teaching undergraduate courses, Basic Instruction Program (BIP) Physical Activity courses in the Department of Kinesiology at MSU. These (approximately) 40, single-credit (1 credit) courses are designed to allow all MSU students to be physically active, learn a new sport, and engage with students and instructors from diverse backgrounds to improve overall well-being. For a complete list of BIP courses, please visit the Schedule of Courses (schedule.msu.edu) (BIP courses include KIN 100 through 119).
Applicants will be ranked based upon education, Ph. D- Assistant Professor, Masters's - Instructor, Bachelors- Lecturer. For Basic Instruction Courses current Adult CPR and First Aid Certification is required. All courses require sport coaching/teaching experience.
Master's degree and 1-3 years of teaching experience.
Required Application Materials
Resume and cover letter, please explicitly outline which BIP course you are interested in teaching in your cover letter, as well as listing your qualifications for teaching these particular courses.
Please contact Mary-Anne Reid for specific questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Summary of Physical Demands
Physical demands are dependent upon course selection, can include but not limited to; running, lifting, swimming, dancing and other physical activites.
Summary of Health Risks
Various physical activity depends on courses (Hockey, baseball weight lifting etc.)
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