The Department of Homeland Security is accepting applications for a staff position in the Citizenship and Immigration Ombudsman Office in Washington, DC. On balance, the job description indicates that this is an administrative position, rather than an Ombuds position. However, candidates are expected to have the ability to "conduct analysis and studies using fact-finding techniques and evaluative methods in order to recommend improvements regarding administrative functions"; "advise, guide and recommend resolution of complex problems"; and "communicate effectively ... in a negotiating environment." The position pays $82,961-107,854 per annum and applications are due April 1. (FederalGovernmentJobs.)
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