The University of British Columbia is accepting applications for a part-time (50%) Ombuds Officer at its Okanagan campus. The new position reports to the UBC Ombudsperson, Shirley Nakata, and the Deputy Vice Chancellor & Principal at Okanagan. The UBCO Ombuds will serve a student population of about 9,000 and also provide administrative and related duties for the office.
An undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline and at least two years experience (or the equivalent combination) are required. Knowledge of and familiarity with UBC policy, processes and systems preferred. Applications are due by January 30, and the appointment expected by March 1. The position pays the annual equivalent of $43,809 to $52,592 CDN. (UBC Careers.)
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