According to the job description:
Through strategies of dispute prevention and dispute resolution, conflict management, and problem resolution, the Ombudsman will provide neutral and confidential assistance to all employees in order to provide an effective and equitable dispute resolution process. The Ombudsman will serve as an advocate for fairness, source of support and information, and act as liaison between conflicting parties.Applicants must have a master’s degree (JD preferred), workplace mediator certification (or comparable certification), and at least five years direct experience in workplace alternative dispute resolution. No application deadline or salary indicated (although the prior posting said the position pays $81,702-129,085). (JobVite.)
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