DXC Technology Principal- Ethics and Compliance in Any City, Virginia
The Director, Global Ethics Office, within DXC’s Ethics and Compliance Office (ECO), is responsible to direct the activities and mature the effectiveness of DXC’s business ethics programs. Reporting to the VP, Ethics and Compliance, the Director, Global Ethics Office will develop and administer business ethics programs that support ECO’s culture, values, and integrity objectives. The position will administer DXC’s Code of Business Conduct and business conduct policies, source and administer Code and extended Code training, and develop and maintain a comprehensive marketing and communications platform for ECO to support management communications about DXC’s CLEAR Values and its commitment to a culture of performance with integrity.
Essential Job Functions:
Serves as a vocal champion of the corporation's CLEAR Values and its global ethics and compliance objectives in all workplace settings, both formally and informally. Works to enhance the ethics and compliance value proposition to management and employee colleagues alike.
Responsible to direct and mature the Global Ethics Office under executive management direction and in accordance with predetermined goals and objectives. Ensures high-quality service delivery of Ethics Office objectives within reasonable schedules and allotted budgets. Ensures a high standard of professional excellence is maintained in all services and work product.
Communicate broadly to ensure integrated and efficient collaboration between the Ethics Office and ECO’s compliance programs and regional operations teams.
Establish effective collaborative relationships and workflow processes between the Ethics Office and important corporate staff functions, including the legal, human resources, learning, and other stakeholder staff.
Provide business ethics program support to line and staff leaders and employees on all ethical leadership, business conduct, and CLEAR Values matters and their impact on organizational effectiveness and business success.
Develop and sustain common process and method for periodic consolidated reporting of Ethics Office data to the ECO leadership, executive management, and the Board of Directors. Prepares and presents such reports, as applicable.
Specific Duties, for example:
Develop and implement programs to enhance and make real among employees DXC’s CLEAR Values and the principles of ethical leadership. Source and administer culture/values diagnostic surveys and tools, report results, and support remedial actions.
Create, maintain, distribute, and otherwise administer the Code of Business Conduct (Code), the business conduct policies and the PolicyTech system and, as applicable, other management policy statements, standards, guidelines, and procedures.
Source and administer annual CLEAR Values/Code of Business Conduct training and certification.
Together with ECO’s compliance programs and regional operations teams, source and administer periodic extended Code and business- or industry-specific regulatory compliance training.
Develop and administer personal Conflict of Interest registry and annual certification protocols.
Provide support for the development and administration of DXC’s supplier business ethics program.
Develop and maintain ECO’s DXC.com, internal intranet, newsletter, employee collateral, and social media communications programs.
Maintain Ethics Office supplier relationships and oversee related professional services contracts.
Masters’ Degree plus 5 or more years of professional experience OR Bachelor’s Degree plus 8 or more years of professional experience.
Required work experience must include evidence of directly relevant business ethics expertise, including Code of Business Conduct and corporate values/culture programs, policy administration, training, and communications. The ideal candidate will have led the overall Ethics Office for either a domestic or smaller multinational company. Such a candidate will be seeking to broaden the scope of their responsibilities by stepping up into a global role directing the Ethics Office of a global Fortune 100 company.
Recent and relevant experience with culture, integrity, values, and ethical leadership programs.
Demonstrably strong experience with Code of Business Conduct and policy administration.
Demonstrably strong background in the administration and project management of employee learning programs.
Demonstrably strong, comprehensive business communications experience, inclusive of integrated social media, email, video, mobile, web, and intranet strategies.
Strong initiative and excellent management, teamwork, delegation, and problem-solving abilities.
Skills and Proficiencies
The successful candidate will exhibit both tactical and strategic leadership strengths, and will be an outgoing, collaborative type who takes initiative and makes things happen. S/he will be strong in the face of adversity, and persistent as an effective agent of change.
The successful candidate will exhibit very strong written, oral, and consensus-building communications skills. He or she will be comfortable and confident interfacing with regional business leaders and the senior leadership of a global, FORTUNE-100 company. Also required are strong interpersonal and influence skills, and the ability to cultivate strong management and business partner relationships.
The successful candidate will have the ability to persuasively communicate program rationales, benefits, and risk avoidance/mitigation strategies. Strong communication skills are needed to interface with internal team, external agencies, members of company business operations and staff areas, and regional/industry leaders.
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