Quality Improvement OfficerVacancy posted: Wednesday, 5 October 2016
Salary: £51,687 - £57,672
Closing date: 27 October 2016
Job ref. no.: EAD01069
Quality Improvement Officer Post
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION NO LATER THAN 21.00 HOURS ON THE CLOSING DATE
There is a vacancy within the Education Service for the post of Quality Improvement Officer.
The role of a Quality Improvement Officer is to support delivery of key policies within Education; these include the Framework to ensure Attainment, Achievement and Equity for all Children within East Dunbartonshire, the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence 3 to 18, Developing the Young Workforce and the Children and Young People's Act.
The closing date for the post is 27th October 2016 and, interviews will be held on the 4th November 2016Charter of Commitment
Individuals will be treated in a polite, friendly and welcoming manner.
Equalities monitoring will be conducted to ensure a fair and equitable process with screening being carried out to anonymise sensitive information such as age, gender and disability.
The information that we receive will be treated in confidence and with discretion. Only the relevant HR representative/team and the relevant service will see the application form.
We will encourage and welcome applications from applicants under the disability symbol. Where the essential criteria are met an interview will be offered to those applying under the disability symbol.
We will be pleased to make any reasonable adjustments to ensure accessibility at the interview.
We will advise you within reasonable time after the closing date if you have not met the interview criteria. (Normally within 4 weeks)
We will advise you of meeting the criteria for interview normally within 3 weeks.
We will advise you if you have been successful or unsuccessful at the interview stage as soon as practically possible.Link to East Dunbartonshire Council website
About East Dunbartonshire Council
East Dunbartonshire lies to the north of Glasgow bounded by the Campsie Fells and the Kilpatrick Hills.
It is a strategically significant location for economic, social and environmental development between the city and the gateway to the Highlands through the West Highland Way and eastwards through the Kelvin Valley.
With a population of 104,570, East Dunbartonshire is in the mid-range of Scottish local authorities in terms of population and covers an area of 77 square miles.
It comprises an attractive mixture of urban and rural areas that included the following suburban and rural settlements of Bearsden, Bishopbriggs, Kirkintilloch, Milngavie, Lenzie, Milton of Campsie, Lennoxtown, Torrance and Twechar.
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