Honor and Integrity Director

May 10, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Honor and Integrity Director
Smeal College of Business
The Pennsylvania State University

The Smeal College of Business (University Park, PA) is seeking an Honor and Integrity Director. The Director will play a significant leadership role in continuing to develop and implement the Smeal College's honor and integrity efforts.

  1. Marketing and Communications - strategy and execution
    • Engage students, faculty, and staff and identify opportunities for H&I including student conferences and case competitions
    • Elevate discussion of H&I at Smeal: lead and coordinate Smeal programs for participation and awareness Programs: Integrity Week, HC Signing, outside speakers, use of social media
    • Act as spokesperson for Smeal Honor and Integrity to broader PSU community and beyond PSU. Elevate discussion within Smeal and beyond
    • Coordinate and direct Website strategy, development, updates, and maintenance
    • Collaborate with Marketing and Public Relations to develop and implement strategy and materials (Web, posters, glossies, media mentions etc.) assure fit with Smeal strategy and marketing
    • Collaborate with recruiters, alumni, and other outside stakeholders
    • Work with development to explore development opportunities related to H&I.
  2. Training & Orientation - coordinate and monitor creation and delivery by constituents
    • New faculty/instructors
    • New staff
    • MBAs(responsibilities as students and teachers)
    • EMBAs
    • Undergrads: freshmen, transfer, Commonwealth change of assignment students, DUS
    • Regular student, faculty and staff briefings.
    • Ph.D.s (responsibilities as students and teachers)
    • MPS SCM
    • MAcc
    • Student Organizations
    • Review Boards
    • Sapphire Leadership Program
    • Schreyer Honors College
  3. Policy
    • Align H&I execution for consistency (where appropriate) across populations
    • Monitor and improve execution
    • Work with associate dean for undergraduate education and other administrators to maintain consistency with University G9 and other relevant policies
    • Lead SRTE monitoring and improvement re: AI questions.
  4. Leadership
    • Manage the AI Graduate Assistant and determine if this role continues
    • Lead Honor Committee meetings
    • Primary liaison to AI Committee, Board of Visitors and other review boards
    • Work with undergraduate dean to monitor and improve execution of H&I processes, including the disclosure notice process, both form and timeliness
    • Maintain records associated with H&I program performance
    • Serve on University Committee for Honor Code development (if applicable)
    • Identify and manage student Honor Code ambassadors
    • Represent Honor & Integrity Initiatives to student organizations - work with them on programming, initiatives, etc.
    • Search out and communicate best practices with faculty, administration
    • Conduct benchmarking of other b-schools, universities, businesses
    • Professional development for field research - conferences, publications
    • Define and lead College's role in Partners in Business Ethics Conference
    • Conduct biennial Spring Climate Survey - or design other mechanisms for climate monitoring
    • Consider and lead major projects such as:
      • Overcoming unwillingness to report
      • Moving from awareness to advocacy
      • Engaging the broader community, sharing Smeal experiences and successes.
  5. Level of Effort
    • Position likely would be ½ time
    • Other activities might include teaching or undergraduate/MBA program support.
  1. Response rate and improvements on Climate Survey
  2. # Orientation ,Training, and Culture Building sessions conducted with constituents
  3. Participation levels in University, College committees
  4. # students, faculty, staff who sign the Honor Code
  5. Google analytics analysis of Honor & Integrity website activity
  6. “Spot check” anecdotal references to honor & integrity
  7. # of positive recruiter and alumni references
  8. # of references in external publications - PR rating.
  • Ability to lead a team of colleagues of varying organizational levels and roles to give input and execute on initiatives. Multistakeholder communication is key.
  • Project and team management and execution skills, including both delegated and self-initiated projects.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with specific reference to explaining delicate material and influencing positive behavior. Innovative marketing communication skills are an asset.
  • Coordination and communication skills among many internal and external stakeholders.
  • Effective and efficient training design, development, and delivery skills. (Would work with others.)
  • Event planning and management skills. (Would work with others.)
  • Supervisory skills for managing graduate assistant students.
  • Irreproachable regard for discretion and confidentiality given the nature of potential work content.
  • Passion for and possibly background in organizational ethics in an academic or other workforce environment.
  • This role is not a compliance role, rather a role of organizational culture influence; thus experience in compliance is not a primary qualification.
  • Have teaching experience at the undergraduate level. Undergraduate advising experience also a plus. Ideally, would meet qualifications for Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Ph.D. qualified).
Please upload a cover letter and curriculum vitae or resume, including names, telephone numbers, email and mailing addresses of three professional references directly online at: https://psu.jobs/job/71241.

Candidates are to apply directly online at: https://psu.jobs/job/71241.

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