The public university in Alabama is hiring an Organizational Ombudsperson for faculty, staff, and students. Reporting to Auburn's President, the Ombuds provides independent, confidential, impartial and informal assistance to a community of about 28,000. The Auburn Ombuds Office was established by Jim Wohl in 2008.
According to an Auburn Senate Faculty report, Wohl has accepted a position at another university. Applicants must have at least a master's degree and three years Ombuds or related experience.
Preferred qualifications include experience in higher education or as an Ombuds in a large organization. This is a full-time position with administrative responsibilities. No salary indicated. The search is open until filled. (Auburn Employment; via Higher Ed Jobs; Auburn Senate Faculty Report.)
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