Assistant / Associate / Professor (D1 & D2) of P.E. and Sports
First-Level Discipline: Physical Education
Second-Level Discipline: Sports Humanistic Sociology, Theory of Sports Pedagogy and Training, Human Movement Science
Actively participate in discipline building, responsible for teaching and scientific research, and engage in social services, etc.
- Chinese candidates need to acquire deputy senior titles or above;
- Responsible for or engage in projects as a core member under National Social Science Fund of China or National Natural Science Foundation of China or responsible for province and ministry-level research projects;
- Publish high-level academic papers, with rich teaching experience and great potential for teaching and scientific research in the field;
- Aged under 35 in principle (extraordinary candidates subject to certain flexibility)
- Fresh doctoral or postdoctoral personnel at home or abroad;
- Responsible for or participate in national scientific research projects or be granted postdoctoral funding;
- Publish high-level academic papers;
- Remarkable sport skills;
- With great potential for teaching and scientific research in the field; 6. Aged under 31 in principle (extraordinary candidates subject to certain flexibility)
For more details on the Eligibility, Remuneration and Benefits, please visit BNU Global Recruitment - Beijing Campus
For more information and to submit your application, please refer to below contact details.
Tel: +86-10- 58804909
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