The public university in Ypsilanti has opened a search for an Ombudsman. The position works with a student population of about 23,500. The search will fill a position vacated by the retirement of Gregory Peoples. Perry Francis, a Professor of Counseling and Coordinator for Counseling Services, has been serving EMU's Interim Ombudsman.
Applicants must have a master's degree (higher education
administration or related field is preferred) and three to five years relevant experience (at least two years at an
administrative level in higher education is preferred). No salary or application deadline indicated. (HigherEdJobs.)
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