146 West 13t h Street?New York, NY 10011-7802 www.cityandcountry.org
City and Country School seeks a financial and operational leader to work in close partnership with the Principal and Board of Directors to oversee all aspects of the School’s finances and operations. Candidates are expected to bring a deep appreciation of City and Country’s educational mission and goals. The ideal candidate will bring significant experience developing and managing the operating budget, strategic financial planning, facilities management, endowment management, legal and risk management, human resources, information technology and business operations. Experience in education would be a distinct asset. A master’s degree in finance, accounting or business is preferred. Target start date is July 2018. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package.
City and Country School is an Equal Opportunity Employer with interest in developing diversity within the faculty and student body. City and Country School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital or familial status, national origin, citizenship, or disability.
Interested candidates should email the following documents as a single PDF to email@example.com: 1) a letter of interest expressing the candidate’s interest and qualifications; 2) a resume; and 3) a list of five professional references that includes e-mail, phone number, and a description of the professional relationship (references will not be contacted without the applicant’s permission).
About City and Country School
City and Country School is an independent, progressive school for children ages 2-13 in Greenwich Village. Children at City and Country develop responsibility and a strong sense of community through group experiences such as block building and work with other open-ended materials in the Lower School, and group jobs in the Middle and Upper School. Through trips, books and opportunities for other first-hand experiences, children learn to ask questions and conduct meaningful research. An underlying respect for children, the group process, and a social-studies driven, interdisciplinary approach are among the hallmarks of our program.