The Position: The new Chief Financial Officer will oversee all aspects of the School’s finances, business operations, and facilities functions working closely with the Head of School, Board of Trustees, and Senior Leadership. S/he must forge strong relationships within the larger school community, and will be asked to manage roles and responsibilities to maximize service to the School. Successful candidates will have measurable experience and interest in both finance and operations as well as demonstrated leadership in a strategic role. The School is looking for a person that is an outstanding financial professional, effective communicator, and a true team player.
The School has retained Big Back Pack LLC to executive a national search for its next Chief Financial Officer. For more information, contact Steve Mandell at email@example.com.
Why Chatham Hall?: Established in 1894, Chatham Hall was founded as the first girls' Episcopal school in Southern Virginia, and today they are grounded in the values of the Episcopal tradition. We invite you to learn more and get to know the places and people who make Chatham Hall one of the top girls' boarding schools in the country. Visit the school’s website at https://www.chathamhall.org/. At Chatham Hall, an exemplary private school for girls, the core of everything they do, both in the classroom and beyond, is the Honor Code and Purple and Golden Rule. Together, these principles help maintain their unique, trust-based community, one in which every person is challenged to live each day with integrity. At Chatham Hall, trust is given before it’s earned; once given, each person has the responsibility to keep it. Students, teachers, administrators, and staff all live by a system of shared values, rather than one of restrictive rules. The special privilege of the seniors is to lead the school by upholding the Honor Code and Purple and Golden Rule and by educating the student body on these principles.
Working at Chatham Hall: Chatham Hall offers a warm and collegial atmosphere for teaching professionals, administrators, and support staff. It is a community of rich traditions focused on contributing to the learning and development of exceptional students.
Chatham Hall seeks energetic faculty and staff who are passionate about working with adolescent girls and helping them to develop as learners. Everyone works in a dynamic setting, with colleagues who strive to provide the best student experience possible.
Chatham Hall complies with applicable federal and local laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, sex, disability, religion, national origin, or any other legally protected category.
The salary range for this position is very competitive and includes a comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, retirement).
Successful candidates will have measurable experience and interest in both finance and operations as well as demonstrated leadership in a strategic role. The School is looking for a person that is an outstanding financial professional, effective communicator, and a true team player.
About Chatham Hall
Chatham Hall, an all girls boarding and day school in Southern Virginia, seeks a dynamic, collaborative advancement professional to grow its fundraising programs and manage relationships with key constituents and groups, all in support of the school’s strategic priorities.
ABOUT CHATHAM HALL:
A leader in all girls education, Chatham Hall inspires integrity, academic excellence, and global perspectives in tomorrow's leaders. Its signature academic, community, and athletic programs provide comprehensive preparation for college and for productive lives. Now in its 125th year, Chatham Hall is grounded in Episcopal heritage and includes a vibrant extended community of more than 3,000 alumnae plus dedicated families and friends. The school is located on a 360-acre campus in Chatham, Virginia, within driving distance of Greensboro, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Lynchburg, Roanoke, and Charlottesville.