Coordinator for Academic Integrity Initiatives
Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CTE): Coordinator for Academic Integrity Initiatives (11-month position) to work with the Assistant Director for Academic Integrity Initiatives and provide support for academic integrity initiatives and processes within the CTE and university as a whole. The Coordinator develops and delivers workshops, presentations, and sanctioned education for students; conducts procedural reviews with students as part of the academic integrity adjudication process; consults with faculty and staff on the academic integrity policy and process; collaborates with related offices and programs on academic integrity student education initiatives and the promotion of academic integrity.
- Develops and delivers education for students on academic integrity in a variety of capacities, including classroom and orientation presentations, workshops, online tutorials, and sanction education
- Conducts procedural reviews with students involved in the academic integrity process and consults with students throughout the adjudication process on the Oxford, Middletown, and Hamilton campuses of Miami University
- Collaborates with various campus offices and programs to develop education and programming for students or specific courses/programs and train course/program instructors (e.g., Libraries, UNV 101, ACE program)
- Works with Orientation and Transition programs on how messages about academic integrity are communicated to incoming students
- Supports the administrative functions of the academic integrity adjudication process including entering information in the database, compiling reports, and maintaining records
- Stays current and informed on trends and literature on academic integrity and best practices for universities
- Demonstrates an appreciation for and understanding of important multicultural differences across the student body and the practical impact these may have on the effectiveness of educational efforts on academic integrity issues
- Carries out other duties as assigned by Assistant Director to support academic integrity initiatives at Miami University
Require (Minimum Qualifications):
- Master’s degree (or higher) in higher education, student affairs, or related field from an accredited institution by start date of appointment
- Nine months of related experience, post baccalaureate, in a university of community college setting. Relevant experience gained during a graduate program may also apply.
This position is available to persons who are currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time and indefinite basis. (Persons authorized to work on such a basis include US citizens, lawful permanent residents (“green card” holders), asylees, refugees, and temporary residents under IRCA.).
Desire (Preferred Qualifications):
- Knowledge of literature and best practices regarding academic integrity and college students
- Educational programming experience for undergraduate college students
- Facility with student conduct records and processing platforms
- Facility with Learning Management Systems, social media, and technological tools to be used for education and programming
- Good working knowledge of FERPA and ability to maintain confidentiality
- Ability to demonstrate empathy
- Teaching experience at the college or high school level
- Understanding of how differences in students or disciplines affect understanding of academic integrity and academic integrity decisions
- Openness to continuous improvement and change
Submit cover letter and resume to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/496877?lApplicationSubSourceID=. Direct inquiries to Ellen Yezierski at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin on August 7, 2020 and continues until position is filled.
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