Quality Improvement Manager
Job Description Before applying for this job, it is important that you read the Applicant Guidance by clicking on this link and the Job Profile attached. These explain the job role and the type of person we're looking for. Duration: Permanent, Full Time (4 Posts) Location: Marischal College The interview will be in two parts, an assessment centre and a panel interview. PLEASE NOTE:- The salary for this post is subject to the pay award being implemented. Job Purpose: The roles of the Quality Improvement Manager are to: - promote and support the improvement agenda - effectively manage allocated areas of responsibility, including line management of a team of Quality /Improvement Officers and Education Support Officers - support the delivery of the corporate and education policies under the overall direction of the Chief Education Officer and - provide leadership, vision, professional advice and effective management to the Council and in particular, the Chief Education Officer. Ensuring effective partnership working within schools and with partner organisations (both locally and nationally) with an interest in education will be vital. The post holder will also demonstrate sound governance at a financial and operational level and, along with Schools Team colleagues, will be accountable to the Chief Education Officer, Chief Officer Integrated Children and Family Services, Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Executive and Elected Members for ensuring that the Council’s corporate and strategic objectives are met and are reflected in the services under their responsibilities. Requirements The post holder needs to hold as a minimum: - Educated to degree level - Relevant professional teaching qualification - Ability to provide evidence of GTCS registration or eligibility - PVG Membership for Regulated work with Children and/or Protected Adults or willingness to obtain prior to a formal offer of employment being made. Responsibilities The post holder is expected to demonstrate: - integrated and cross-cutting approaches to policy and service development, implementation and improvement - experience relating to work portfolio and knowledge of relevant legislation, council education policy and best practice - proven record at management level of delivering required results within a customer focused organisation - establishment and maintenance of successful, complex internal and external relationships across a variety of forums - effective interpretation and implement of organisational policy in order to design and improve service delivery - ability to treat people with respect; focus on equality, social inclusion and promote diversity throughout the organisation. - excellent people management skills - capacity to meet deadlines, satisfy political objectives and organisational priorities.