The worldwide humanitarian aid organization has opened a search for its first Ombudsperson. Based at the IFRC headquarters in Geneva, the full-time position will be "providing impartial and confidential assistance to employees in resolving employment-related disputes and complaints with the aim of improving the overall work environment, including personnel management and operational efficiency."
Applicants must have a relevant university degree (i.e. law, HR, or social sciences); at least eight years of relevant professional experience in the humanitarian or private sector; at least five years of experience in an Ombuds role; and English language fluency and good command of another IFRC official language (French, Spanish or Arabic). Applications are due relatively soon: October 28, 2018. No salary indicated. (UN Jobs.)
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