Stanford has opened a search for its next School of Medicine Ombudsperson. The position works with all members of the community, including faculty, staff, students, post-doctoral scholars, clinical fellows and residents, in any work-related or academic dispute or concern.
Applicants must have extensive training and experience, and an advanced degree in a related field is required.
A broad knowledge of a medical center environment and culture is highly desired. No salary or deadline indicated. (Stanford Careers, via HigherEdJobs.)
Martha McKee, the current Ombuds at Stanford University School of Medicine, has decided to retire from her position there and will be establishing
a consulting firm in the greater Southwestern United States to provide coaching and mediation for individual clients in academic medical centers. She has served as Ombudsperson on two occasions, first from 1996-2007 and then again from 2011 to 2014.
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