The public school system in Washington, DC is hiring an Ombudsman. The position will provide District residents with problem resolution services regarding education issues and also identify trends and potential problems, making reports to education stakeholders as required by statute. The search will fill a restructured position that has been vacant since 2009.
Applicants must demonstrate expertise in five "Ranking Factors," which include education policy, planning and policy development, and program management. The position pays $84,872–$127,308 per year. No application deadline stated, but the position is expected to be filled in January 2014. (DC HR, posting no. ES-301-08.)
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