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Open Positions

The Department of Kinesiology, San José State University, seeks lecturer faculty to assist with instruction of:

Tenure-Track Positions

Specialization: Biomechanics

Position Announcement Details

Specialization: History of Sport and International Physical Cultures

Position Announcement Details

SJSU Listing here. 


Activity Program (Instructor Pool Positions)


Undergraduate Program (Instructor Pool Positions)


Kinesiology Core - (MA/MS/MPH degree, Ph.D. or Ed.D preferred)

General Education Program (Instructor Pool Positions)

General Education - KIN 69, Stress Management (MA/MS/MPH degree or higher)

Sample Syllabus

General Education - NUFS/KIN 163, Physical Fitness & Nutrition (MA/MS/MPH degree or higher)

Sample Syllabus

General Education - KIN/HS 169, Diversity, Stress & Health (MA/MS/MPH degree or higher)

Sample Syllabus

SJSU Temporary Faculty Employment Listings by Department


Application Process

Please send the following as a PDF attachment, or as a hard-copy packet via mail, or delivered in-person to the Department Chair, Dr. Matthew Masucci.

  • 1 pp. Cover letter
  • CV
  • 1-2pp. Statement of Teaching Purpose
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation (can be mailed directly, delivered by hand, or attached as PDF)
  • Copy (unofficial OK) of most recent university transcripts
  • (optional) Scan/Copy of relevant licenses and certifications (if related) 

Mailing Address

San Jose State University 

Department of Kinesiology

Spartan Complex 102

Attn: Dr. Matthew Masucci

1 Washington Square

San Jose, CA 95192-0054


It is the policy of San José State University and the Department of Kinesiology to treat all staff and applicants for employment in a fair and equitable manner in all its relations without regard to age, color, disability, gender, marital status, medical condition, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, and any other area protected or which may become protected under state or federal law, or campus policy.

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