GREENWICH, Conn. – Ronald Matten, director of facilities for Greenwich Public Schools, is leaving for a job as executive director of facilities for Hunter College in New York.
His last day in Greenwich will be July 31.
“It has been a pleasure to work for the Town of Greenwich. I have enjoyed and will miss working with my colleagues in the schools and with Town officials in service of maintaining and improving school facilities," Matten said. "I look forward to applying all that I have learned working in this community to my new position at Hunter College.”
Matten has been with the Greenwich schools since 2012, responsible for overseeing facilities, custodial and maintenance operations, as well as managing a $10 million annual capital projects budget. In addition to the daily facility operations of the schools, he has supported the completion of the Greenwich High School Music and Instructional Space and Auditorium project; the initial stages of the New Lebanon School new building project, and several school field environmental evaluation and remediation projects.
A search for a new Director of Facilities will begin immediately.
He came to the Greenwich Public Schools in 2012 as Director of Facilities, overseeing 15 schools, the central office and other offsite buildings.