The public university in Queensland, Australia is hiring its first Student Ombudsman. The position, which was established by policy in 2016, will serve as an independent, neutral, impartial, and confidential advocate for fairness, applying the principles of natural justice. The Student Ombudsman reports to the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Students.
Applicants must have knowledge of the Higher Education sector and relevant laws; experience in conducting investigations, complaint resolution and the application of the principles of natural justice; and experience in staff training, education, and capacity building. Relevant experience at a university is preferred. No salary indicated. Applications are due January 10, 2020. (USC Posting, via Times Higher Ed; USC Policy.)