Christian Brothers High School
Director of Finance/Controller Opportunity
Christian Brothers High School, a Lasallian Catholic, coeducational secondary school, is an extraordinary and inclusive community of students of diverse ethnic, economic, and spiritual backgrounds. Together, students learn to recognize their own self-worth, as well as respect the unique diversity and value of others. Christian Brothers’ holistic approach to educating the whole child includes outstanding programs in academics, the arts, and athletics, as well as unique opportunities for meaningful faith building and Christian service. The school operates with robust financials of a $22M budget, $50M in assets, a $12M endowment, and strong enrollment of 1150.
The Director of Finance/Controller is a key educational leader of the school and is responsible for the school’s financial and operational programs in collaboration with the school’s Catholic identity, mission and vision. Reporting directly to the President, the Director of Finance/Controller manages the day-to-day operations of the School’s Business Office, and provides financial strategic advice to the President, Cabinet and Board of Trustees and its Finance Committee. Managing a staff of 3, this role ensures accurate and timely accounting and financial systems, in accordance with GAAP, internal controls and policies.
Qualifications and Knowledge
Christian Brothers High School offers competitive compensation, commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical and dental insurance, vacation, sick and national and Catholic holiday leave, ability to contribute to a 403(b)-retirement account, and employer retirement contributions of 8%.
This retained search is managed by Mary Law of Armanino, Please submit your resume to:
Senior Manager, Executive Search
925 790 2780 direct
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