The private research university in Cambridge has opened a search for its next Ombudsperson. Reporting to the President, the MIT Ombuds serves as a resource for all members of the diverse MIT community, including faculty, staff, postdocs, and students -- a total population of nearly 35,000.
The MIT Ombuds Office has been comprised of two Ombuds, Mary Rowe and Toni Robinson, and an Administrative Staff Assistant. There are also four affiliated Ombuds at the Lincoln Lab.
Applicants for the position must have at least seven years of experience in conflict management
and/or organizational change or as an Organizational Ombudsperson. Experience in an academic environment and with scientific and
technical professionals, as well as an advanced degree are preferred. No salary or application deadline indicated. (MIT Jobs, Job No.
via HigherEdJobs; MIT Ombuds.)
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