December 02, 2016

Job Posting: National Institutes of Health

The NIH Office of the Ombudsman is seeking experienced applicants for an Associate Ombuds job. The position, "will provide the NIH community with confidential and informal assistance in resolving work-related conflicts, disputes and grievances; promote fair and equitable treatment within NIH; and work toward improving the overall quality of work life at the NIH."  Note the very short application window.

Applicants must have qualifying experience, such as: "initiating, planning and conducting complex neutral third-party interventions including facilitation, mediation, or related conflict resolution methods to resolve workplace disputes; serving as a coach or related resource for an organization's managers and employees on resolving conflict; designing and delivering training on conflict resolution topics." The GS-12/13 position pays $77,490-$119,794 per year. The application period opened today and closes Tuesday December 6, 2016. (USAJobs.) 

Update from the NIH Office of the Ombudsman 
The link provided only takes people to the Merit Promotion announcement.  That announcement is solely for applicants who already have federal service and are in the competitive service status.  We also posted an announcement on USAJobs for the same position under Delegated Examining; which is for applicants applying from outside the federal workforce or Federal employees who do not have competitive service status.  The link to that announcement is .  Could you please revise the post to include both USAJobs links?  This will help us expand our pool of applicants.  Thank you!

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