The bilingual public university in Ontario is hiring an Ombudsperson, to lead an office that serves the entire campus, including nearly 42,000 students. The uOttawa Ombuds is not a university employee of the University nor affiliated with any student associations. The Office of the Ombudsperson is funded jointly by the student associations and the University. The position has been held by Lucie Allaire since 2010.
Applicants must have a bachelor's degree (a graduate degree is preferred, at least five years experience, and be bilingual in English and French. No salary indicated. Applications are due by June 25, 2017. (uOttawa Jobs.)
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