February 13, 2013

Job Posting: Auburn University

The public university in Alabama is hiring an Organizational Ombudsperson for faculty, staff, and students. Reporting to Auburn's President, the Ombuds provides independent, confidential, impartial and informal assistance to a community of about 28,000. The Auburn Ombuds Office was established by Jim Wohl in 2008.

According to an Auburn Senate Faculty report, Wohl has accepted a position at another university.  Applicants must have at least a master's degree and three years Ombuds or related experience.  Preferred qualifications include experience in higher education or as an Ombuds in a large organization. This is a full-time position with administrative responsibilities.  No salary indicated.  The search is open until filled. (Auburn Employment; via Higher Ed Jobs; Auburn Senate Faculty Report.)

Related posts: Auburn University Ombuds Releases First Annual Report; CUPA-HR Panel Promotes Ombuds as Tool Against Bullying; Auburn University Appoints Ombuds to Permanent Post; Auburn University Ombuds to Speak at CUPA-HR Conference; Introduction to Auburn University's Ombuds.

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