Executive Director, Edustat


: $217,650.00 - $217,650.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Executive Management

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Position Summary The New York City Department of Education (DOE) is the largest school system in the nation, with nearly 1.1 million students and approximately 75,000+ teachers in over 1,800 schools.
The Executive Director of Continuous Improvement within the Office of the First Deputy Chancellor will serve as the leader in the development and implementation of a Continuous Improvement process for the Department of Education. The Executive Director will work closely with the Senior Executive Director to lead and facilitate strategic engagement between the Chancellor, Executive Superintendents, Superintendents, Borough/Citywide Offices, school communities, and other stakeholders. This work includes high-level instructional planning, presentations, engagement with senior officials, and oversight for progress monitoring across the Department of Education. The Executive Director supports the overall team in achieving EduStat goals and continuously improving the Agency s performance.
Reports to Senior Executive Director, Continuous Improvement
Direct Reports Senior Advisor, EduStat; Senior Director, EduStat; Managers of EduStat; Consultants as needed.
Key Relationships The Office of the First Deputy Chancellor, the Continuous Improvement Team, Executive Superintendents, Superintendents, Borough/Citywide Offices, the Mayor s Office, New York City Agency Commissioners, the Chancellor, the Chancellor s cabinet, and school communities.
Serves as the point person and face for EduStat, the organizational strategic progress monitoring and continuous improvement program.
Creates and implements vision, intellectual leadership, coordination, and strategic planning for an institution-wide framework, and efforts to advance equity and accelerate school improvement through strategic monitoring across the system.
Liaises with the Mayor s office, City agencies, and other school districts to continually grow the program.
Partners cross-functionally with other central offices, Executive Superintendents, Superintendents, Borough/Citywide Offices, and senior leadership to ensure a collaborative process for engaging multiple stakeholders in continuous improvement to support all schools.
Creates coherence and opportunities for schools to hold central accountable.
Oversees the design, development, training, implementation, and evaluation of EduStat.
Develops and delivers presentations for the Mayor s office, the Chancellor s Office, and other key leadership stakeholders.
Advocates on behalf of the Senior Executive Director to ensure that the continuous improvement process is effective and that the appropriate resources are available.
Maintains and promotes best practices, benchmarking, and current trends in diversity and inclusion; ensures that expertise and research is used to inform excellence in instructional program and policy development work.
Develop metrics to inform strategic planning/decision-making and to ensure accountability in tracking and monitoring.
Develops and analyzes actionable metrics that support monitoring, needs analysis, utilizing KPIs, and strategic insights regarding support delivery and school improvement.
Develops and manages annual budgets.
Strategically directs resources to achieve project, team, and overall organizational goals.
Qualification Requirements
Must currently possess or will possess by date of hire, New York State certification as a school district administrator (SDA) or school district leader (SDL). Please Note We do not accept internship certificates.

A passion for people; thoughtful, emotionally intelligent, and excited to bring out the best in employees.
Experience leading significant cross-functional initiatives in diverse organizational settings.
Success in a senior leadership role within a large complex organization.
Ability to work under pressure and navigate an environment that is extremely high-paced with projects under tight and changing deadlines.
Strong strategic thinking, organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to proactively identify key issues and risks.
Ability to engage in and support strong leadership development.
Superior analytical and project management skills for planning, design, documentation, communication, and follow-up.
Excellent and effective communication skills, including the ability to write well and make clear, concise oral presentations and written reports.
Strong leadership, teamwork, and influencing skills with experience in managing project teams at all levels in a cross-functional, diverse, rapidly changing environment.
Experience in education administration and policy level experience at the administrative level.
Commitment to oCompanyome-based accountability, data-driven decision-making, differentiated instruction, and continuous adult learning as drivers of improved student oCompanyomes.
Commitment to inclusive and equitable programming; prior experience working with diverse communities and an understanding of intersectional oppressions.
Ability to lead organizational change in large, dynamic institutions.

Associated topics: corporate development, evp, executive director, front office, manager i, manager ii, manager iii, manager iv, regional vice president, state president * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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