Canada's legislative auditing agency is hiring its first Ombudsman. The position will report directly to the Auditor General and lead the development and operation of the Office of the Ombudsman of the OAG in Ottawa. The new Ombuds program will, "Provide OAG employees of all groups and levels with a safe, impartial, confidential, and independent space where they can feel free to raise various concerns."
Applicants must be Canadian citizens with a master's degree and a certificate in dispute resolution, conflict resolution, or mediation. Screening criteria also include significant experience: managing a wide range of complex and sensitive files or issues; leading change management activities; providing strategic advice, recommendations, and briefings, including written reports, to senior management; establishing and maintaining collaborative working relationships with a broad range of clients and stakeholders; managing human and financial resources at the executive level; and managing or leading Ombuds services. French language fluency is also required. The preliminary annual salary range is $130,825 to $168,720 and applications are by May 5, 2019. (OAG Posting.)