The top ranked public university in the U.S. is hiring an Ombudsperson for a one-year contract. Reporting to the Campus Ombudsperson, Kathleen Canul, the full-time position will provide impartial and confidential conflict resolution services to all members of the UCLA campus community and also work on outreach efforts and special projects.
No educational or experience requirements are indicated. The position pays $58,100-$115,092 and applications are due by January 23, 2019. (UCLA Careers.)
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