The Quality Officer provides leadership and technical expertise in the development, refinement and deployment of the District’s strategic plan. The Quality Officer provides ongoing training and coaching to equip employees to utilize a systems approach to reach goals and improve results.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Lead the process for the development, refinement, and deployment of the District’s Strategic Plan with input from stakeholders.
Develop and deploy a system to measure progress on the District’s Strategic Plan (dashboards, score cards, benchmark reports, etc.).
Develop and deploy a system to keep all reports regarding progress measures current, including working with the District’s webmaster to ensure that all progress measure reports posted and updated in a timely manner.
Develop and deploy a system for communicating progress measures on the District’s Strategic Plan to stakeholders.
Update and monitor the Continuous Improvement section of the District website.
Develop and deploy an onboarding process to familiarize new employees with the Baldrige criteria, quality tools, and the Performance Excellence model utilized in Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD.
Provide ongoing professional development for employees on systems thinking.
Provide support and guidance to the Board of Trustees, departments, and campuses by developing, implementing, and monitoring needs assessments and developing performance measures based on identified goals.
Provide focused training and coaching to the Board of Trustees, departments, and campuses, on systems thinking, utilizing a collaborative process for data analysis interpretation, and continuous improvement strategies and tools.
Collaborate with the Superintendent’s Executive Leadership Team, as needed.
Work with the Coordinator of Quality Learning to ensure alignment of all components of the systems approach between the Board of Trustees, departments, campuses, classrooms, and students.
Provide training and support to the Board of Trustees, departments, and campuses on the use of continuous improvement quality tools.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Superintendent.
Lean Six Sigma
Establishment of metrics and design of dashboards for the reporting of metrics
Maintain emotional control under pressure; ability to handle multiple tasks effectively; ability to work with numbers in an accurate manner; ability to attend to details and meet deadlines; ability to maintain confidentiality; ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); prolonged sitting and use of computer; occasional district wide travel; occasional prolonged and irregular hours.
Additional Salary Information: Salary Minimum - $91,858; Midpoint - $107,789; Maximum - $123,720.
The benefits will be determined by the 218-2019 HEB ISD Benefits Plan.
About Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District
• Interested personnel are asked to visit the HEB ISD website to complete an online application for employment in our school district
• Please attach your resume and a cover letter to your application.
• For questions or assistance, please email CicelyTuttle@hebisd.edu.