The public university in Ventura County has reopened the search for its first University Ombuds Officer. (A search last fall apparently was unsuccessful.) The position serves about 1,100 faculty and staff and reports to the University president. Although not mentioned in the job description, the Cal State University Ombuds cannot keep sexual misconduct allegations confidential. The position is required to receive IOA training.
Qualifications for the position have not changed: Applicants must have a relevant master's degree (social work, counseling, education, psychology, etc.) and at least five years experience. The top of salary range, however, has more than doubled. According to the posting, the position will pay $60,864 to $213,120 (it was previously $105,000). The search will continue until filled. (CSUCI Careers; via HigherEdJobs.)