Business Management, Facilities or Plant Operations, Other
The Hockaday School
Chief Operations Officer
Founded in 1913, The Hockaday School is an independent, college preparatory day and boarding school. With an enrollment close to 1,100 students, it is the nation’s largest PK-12 girls’ day school and is located on an 88-acre campus with more than 20 buildings. The School has created a new Chief Operations Officer position and seeks an experienced manager who will have responsibility for facilities, safety and security, health services, student activities and events, and food services. This individual will oversee a team of almost 50 people with a staff that currently consists of five direct reports. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years of experience in senior-level facilities management or operations positions. A complete description of the opportunity is available under “Current and Recent Searches” at www.brighamhill.com. Interested candidates should contact: Dianne Puls, Jennifer Sherry, and L. Lincoln Eldredge, Brigham Hill Consultancy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Hockaday School
The Hockaday School is an independent, college preparatory day and boarding school for girls of strong potential and diverse backgrounds who may be expected to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in a rapidly changing world. With an enrollment of almost 1,100 students, The Hockaday School is the nation’s largest prekindergarten through grade 12 independent girls’ school. Ranked among the country’s finest college preparatory schools, it was founded over a century ago and continues today to build on its original Four Cornerstones: Character, Courtesy, Scholarship, and Athletics.
Hockaday’s faculty are recognized as experienced leaders in their field and students in every grade benefit from outstanding faculty and access to unmatched resources. Families who choose Hockaday care deeply about providing their daughters with a comprehensive and rigorous education, both inside and outside the classroom. Hockaday’s student body reflects the diversity that is deeply valued by the School. While most Hockaday families come from across the great Dallas-Fort Worth area, Hockaday students also come from across the United States and around the world.
The Hockaday School is an ...extraordinary place to work, with bright and engaged students and unparalleled professional development opportunities and support.
Mission Statement: Believing in the limitless potential of girls, Hockaday develops resilient, confident women who are educated and inspired to lead lives of purpose and impact.