What Can I do with a Degree in Conflict Resolution?

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Community Dispute Resolution Programs in Oregon 

  • Beaverton Dispute Resolution
  • Community Solutions of Central Oregon
  • Center for Dialogue and Resolution
  • Clackamas County Resolution Services
  • Community Medication Services of Polk County
  • Conflict Solutions for Tillamook County
  • Coos/Douglas Neighbor to Neighbor Mediation Services
  • East Metro Mediation
  • Eastern Oregon Medication Center
  • Hillsoboro Mediation
  • Lincoln Community Dispite Resolution
  • Neighbor to Neighbor
  • Resolutions Northwest
  • Resolve
  • Six Rivers Dispute Resolution Services
  • Your Community Mediators

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Jobs Requesting Conflict/Dispute Resolution Skills

Many jobs require conflict resolution skills. This list was generated from keyword searches (conflict/dlspute resolution) on Handshake, indeed.com and the Oregon Employment Department jobs database. Please be aware that internships or other career-related experience may be a prerequisite to finding professional-level employment after graduation.  Advising & Career Services provides this list only as a tool for generating ideas for exploration.

  • Advanced Technology Group:  Senior Vendor Relations Specialist
  • BASIS.ed:  Human Resources Partner
  • Boys and Girls Aid:  Youth Care Counsleor
  • California Human Network:  Training Instructor
  • Carroll County Domestic Violence Shelter:  Victims Advocate
  • Cascade AIDS Project:  Volunteer Resources Coordinator
  • Catholic Charities of Spokane:  Family Success Coach and Family Liaison
  • City of Hillsboro:  Site Coordinator (Instructor 1)
  • City of St. Louis Park:  Racial Equity Coordinator
  • Clarkson University:  Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion Services
  • Colorado State University:  Academic Advisor
  • Creative Connections:  Success Coach for College and Career Readiness
  • Disability Rights Wisconsin:   Advocacy Specialist
  • Downtown Oregon City Association:   Community and Volunteer Coordinator
  • Girl Scouts:  Customized Programs Specialist
  • Ithaca College:  Human Resources Investigator
  • Homeless Prenatal Program:  Program Manager
  • Homeless Services Center:  Housing Navigator
  • Kaiser Permanente:  Human Resources Consultant, Patient Advocate-Conflict Resolution
  • Kaiser Permanente Customer Concern Resolution Center:   Case Manager
  • Luke Dorf:  QMHA Skills Trainer
  • METRO:  Human Resources Assistant
  • Meridian Health Plan:  Community Health Outreach Worker
  • Missions Inc. Programs:  Women's Advocate-Home Free
  • Nez Perce Tribal Gaming Enterprise:  Human Resources Director
  • Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition:  Lead Community Organizer-Health Justice
  • Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI):   Outdoor Science Instructor
  • Oregon Health and Science Univeristy Department of Pediatrics Education:  Administrative Coordinator
  • Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine Admissions:  Administrative Manager (Program Administrator 1)
  • Oregon State Bar:  Associate Editor
  • Portland General Electric:   Specialist III-Apprenticeship Coordinator
  • QUAD Inc: Site Manager
  • Resolution Services Center of Central Michigan:  School Conflict Resolution Facilitator
  • Samaritan Health Services:  Clinic Manager II
  • San Francisco-Marin Food Bank: Program Coordinator
  • Share:  Housing and Essential Needs Case Manager
  • State of Oregon: Social Service Specialist 1 (Child Protective Service Worker), Program Analyst 1 (Community Resource Coordinator)
  • State of Virginia, Department of Human Resource Management:  Workplace Conflict Specialist
  • Trillium Family Services:  Skills Trainer-Day Treatment
  • University of California, Berkeley:  Coordinator, Alumni Chapters-Cultural
  • University of California, San Diego:  Orientation and New Student Programs Cooridinator
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison:  Organizational Development & Training Specialist
  • Upvalley Family Center:  Youth and Program Specialist
  • Utah Valley University:  Advisor Generalist-Graduation
  • Washington County Juvenile Department, Office of Divorce Mediation and Concliation Services:  Conciliation Counselor
  • Wellness Institute of Montana:  Human Resources Coordinator

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Additional Ideas Generated from the LinkedIn Profiles of People who Majored in Conflict Resolution

Please be aware that internships or other career-related experience may be a prerequisite to finding professional-level employment after graduation.  Advising & Career Services provides this list only as a tool for generating ideas for exploration.

  • Account Executive for an advertising agency
  • Assistant Admissions Director for a university
  • Associate for a charitable trust
  • Associate Director for a Strategic fundraising firm
  • Associate Director for an organization providing conflict resolution training and materials for teachers
  • Communications Officer for a human rights nonprofit
  • Delegations Coordinator for an interfaith organization promoting peace
  • Development Assistant for a cancer institute
  • Evaluation Consultant for an international nonprofit promoting cooperation and non-adversarial solutions to problems
  • Foreign Service Office for the Department of State
  • Fulbright Fellow
  • Grant Writer for a nonprofit
  • Manager of a community education center
  • Marketing and Membership Assistant for a business association
  • Mediation Assistant for a county dispute resolution service
  • Program Associate for an economic developmen consulting firm
  • Program Manager for a nonprofit promoting conflict resolution education
  • Program Officer for an international nonproft promoting global engagement
  • Program Coordiator for an international development nonprofit
  • Program Manager for a community mediation service
  • Public Affairs Associate for a nonprofit promoting equity
  • Senior Account Supervisor for a public relations firm
  • Web Coordinator and Program Assistant for a research group/think tank

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Government Classification Specifications

Classification Specifications are generic descriptions of jobs in government agencies. Generally, they provide an overview of the job and describe essential duties and responsibilities as well as requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) and educational requirements. Classification specifications can be useful in identifying positions that request conflict/dispute resolution skills.  Please be aware that internships or other career-related experience may be a prerequisite to finding professional-level employment after graduation.  Advising & Career Services provides this list only as a tool for generating ideas for exploration.

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Sites with Career Information

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Professional Associations

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    PSU Conflict Resolution Department