Roland Park Country School (RPCS) is seeking an energetic, innovative and entrepreneurial financial and operational leader for the position of Assistant Head of School for Finance and Administration that reports to the Head of School and manages all aspects of the daily operations for the school. The Assistant Head will join a dynamic leadership group as a member of the Administrative Council and also oversees Business/Finance /Accounting Operations, Data & Strategy, Facilities, Safety & Security, School Store and the Dining operations.
SCHOOL OVERVIEW Roland Park Country School is an independent all-girls college preparatory school in Baltimore, Maryland serving girls from Kindergarten through Grade 12. The school is located on Roland Avenue in the northern area of Baltimore called Roland Park. RPCS has been recognized as the "best school for tomorrow’s leaders."
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At Roland Park Country School, we believe that girls and young women who build each other up will thrive. There’s no hurdle too high for an RPCS girl because she has the collective support of her community lifting her toward her goals. While this spirit certainly sets us apart from other schools, it’s the effect on our graduates that’s so remarkable: Roland Park Country School students develop a profound understanding of who they are and how to lead together to impact the world.
RPCS is an independent school for girls in grades K-12 that acknowledges female empowerment begins with girls empowering each other. Located in the historic Roland Park neighborhood, RPCS is a spirited place of profound learning with a rich history of dedication to the intellectual and moral development of our students.
Our Little Reds co-ed early childhood program, serving children ages six weeks up to five years old, embraces the Reggio Emilia-inspired Philosophy which allows for the teacher, child, and classroom to work in collaboration.