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Concordia College-St Paul Assistant Professor of Practice - Kinesiology & Health Sciences in Saint Paul, Minnesota

Location 55104, MN Job Type Full Time Department Kinesiology Job Number 323202 Description The Concordia University (Saint Paul, MN) Kinesiology and Health Sciences Department invites applications for a full-time faculty of practice position in Coaching and Athletic Administration to begin during the late fall 2021 or spring 2022 semester. CSP's Kinesiology Department offers programs in Coaching and Athletic Administration (graduate online) and Sport Management (undergraduate online, undergraduate on campus, and graduate online). The selected candidate will oversee department program(s) related to their area of expertise. In accordance with the university mission statement, applicants must be an active member of a Christian church and demonstrate a commitment to Christian higher education and the Lutheran identity of the university including a willingness to engage in the campus-wide conversation related to faith and learning. Applications will be reviewed starting November 1st, 2021. Please include in your application: 1.) CV (upload under "Resume") 2.) Cover Letter 3.) Unofficial Transcripts 4.) Responses to the Supplemental Questions Essential Duties This position will involve coordinating the Coaching and Athletic Administration and/or Sport Management programs with an emphasis upon student engagement and retention. Program coordination duties will include curriculum development, assessments, and faculty oversight. This position requires teaching (online and face-to-face) with the typical teaching load averaging 8-12 credits per semester. These credits will be primarily comprised of courses in the Coaching and Athletic Administration and/or Sport Management programs. This position is expected to teach courses year-round during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. This position is expected to mentor students and support student recruitment and retention initiatives, all in support of the University's mission and strategic plan. Education and Experience Master's Degree in Coaching, Athletic Administration, and/or Sport Management: Required Terminal Degree: Preferred Experience: 5+ years of full-time relevant industry experience: Required College level teaching experience (both online & traditional): Preferred Supplemental Information It is the policy of CSP to provide equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws. The University will not discriminate against or harass any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, pregnancy, national origin (including ancestry), citizenship status, physical or mental disability, age, marital status, gender, veteran or military status, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence victim status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. However, CSP is an institution of the LCMS and, to the extent allowed by law, CSP reserves the right to give preference in employment based on religious tenets. The mission of Concordia University, St Paul, a university of The Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod, is to prepare students for thoughtful and informed living, for dedicated service to God and humanity, and for enlightened care of God's creation, all within the context of the Christian gospel. This mission is rooted in academic excellence and Christian vocation. The vision of Concordia University, Saint Paul, is to be acknowledged as the leading Lutheran university offering exceptional opportunities for students from all backgrounds who seek relevant career preparation and a challenging academic experience coupled with the insights of Lutheran theology. Promise to Students - Concordia University, Saint Paul, empowers you to discover and engage your purpose for life, career and service, in a dynamic, multicultural, urban environment, where Christ is honored, all are welcome, and Lutheran convictions inform intellectual inquiry and ac