Applicants must have a relevant Bachelor's degree and two years of experience (or the equivalent). Preferred qualifications include: Ombuds experience and education/certification; Spanish fluency; mediation certification; Crucial Conversations trainer certification or similar; group facilitation experience; and experience working with students and/or in a public institution. The position pays $61,200-$80,200 per year and offers flexibility for some remote work. Application review begins on April 26, 2022. (UCSB Careers.)
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