Applicants must have at least a Master’s degree in conflict/dispute resolution, counseling, education, psychology, pre-law, or a related field and relevant work experience. Preferred qualifications include: experience in dispute resolution; experience as an Ombuds in higher ed; experience with establishing a new office; and CO-OP or equivalent. No salary or application deadline indicated. (SU Posting.)
August 01, 2022
Job Posting: Seattle University
The private, Jesuit university in Washington state is hiring its next University Ombudsperson. The role has been significantly restructured since initially established as a part-time position serving faculty in 2013 by C. McKenna Lang. In October 2021, the Ombuds work was subsumed by the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, Natasha Martin. Newly redefined, the Ombuds now will serve faculty and staff as a full-time employee reporting to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.