The FDIC is hiring an Organizational Ombuds. Although the regulatory agency employs scores of Ombuds to work with customers when a bank has been taken over, the Internal Ombudsman serves as confidential consultant to the Chairman of the FDIC. The position also provides information and advice to FDIC employees "serving as an impartial, neutral, independent and confidential channel with responsibility for informal conflict avoidance and resolution." Applicants must have at least one year of relevant experience and will undergo a background check. Applications are due December 10, 2009. The position pays $123,693-$204,659 per year. (USA Jobs, vacancy no. CG-0301-15; Federal Government Jobs, vacancy no. 2009-HQ-1492.)
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