Once again, the American Indian tribe in California's Inland Empire, is searching for an Ombudsman. The full-time position is located in Highland and serve the tribe's 3,500 employees, most of whom work in a casino.
The job description generally, although not explicitly, conforms to IOA standards. Applicants must have a master’s degree (JD preferred), workplace mediator certification (or comparable certification), and at least five years direct experience in workplace alternative dispute resolution. A salary for the position is no longer indicated; no application deadline indicated. (San Manuel Jobs.)
The program was established by Theresa Prator in 2012 and she left after about three years. The tribe then conducted a search for about two and a half years, culminating in the appointment of Jen Graf Sims in February 2018.
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