The academic medical center in Portland has reopened its search for its next Ombudsman. Merle Graybill established the program in 2015 as a part-time position and the job now is full-time. Reporting to the provost, the OHSU Ombuds works with employees, students, and trainees.
Applicants must have an advanced degree in mediation, conflict or dispute resolution or another field, and at least seven years of relevant experience. (This level of experience is a new requirement.) Preferred qualifications include: a PhD and/or research experience including managing a research program and/or laboratory; Experience in an academic environment; and Active involvement in an Ombudsman professional association. No salary or application deadline indicated. (Indeed.)
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