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Education: K-12 / Independent Schools

Chief Financial Officer

Pace School
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Since 1967, Pace School has assisted numerous young individuals in overcoming educational and behavioral challenges, enabling them to build successful and meaningful lives. It has developed into an approved private school and partial hospitalization program, catering to children from various school districts in Allegheny and neighboring counties in Pennsylvania. With careful planning, dedicated effort, and deliberate strategies, Pace is confident that all students can gain the essential skills to lead secure, productive, and integrated lives.

The Opportunity

Pace School has teamed up with Lindauer in the search for a Chief Financial Officer (CFO). As a vital member of the leadership team, the CFO will provide counsel and direction on financial and operational strategy. The ideal candidate will serve as an advisor to the CEO and Board of Directors, responsible for assessing, shaping, and executing financial planning, benefits administration, payroll, facilities, and information systems.

The CFO will be an entrepreneurial, strategic, and proficient financial and operational expert to manage business office functions and ensure meticulous planning, control, accounting, and reporting of finances. Collaborating closely with the CEO and Board, the CFO delivers comprehensive financial insights in addition to fostering strong professional relationships with legal, financial, architectural, and vendor stakeholders. The CFO must possess an in-depth understanding of funding regulations and obligations applicable to Approved Private Schools and Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs), ensuring compliant management and expenditure.

Direct reports to the CFO include the Controller, Business Office Assistant, Human Resources Manager, Supervisor of Building and Grounds, and Technology Manager.

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