Bellevue, WA — CFO Selections is pleased to announce that Scott MacIntire has joined our search team in Seattle. Scott has worked in recruiting in the Pacific Northwest since 1989. After graduating from the University of Minnesota with a BA degree in Communications in 1987, he joined Bank of America in Seattle as a Personal Banking Officer and graduated from their Management Training Program in 1989, which is when he first gained experience with interviewing and hiring new employees.
After working at Bank of America for five years, Scott joined a small start-up company in 1992 in Seattle called Ride Snowboards, which quickly became one of the fastest growing publicly traded companies in the Pacific Northwest. As the Director of Human Resources & Recruiting at Ride, Scott helped the company grow from 10 employees to over 400 employees in 3.5 years, with offices located in the US and Canada.
After Ride Snowboards was sold to K2 Sports, Scott became an Executive Recruiter at Houser Martin Morris (HMM), a retained executive search firm. Scott then worked as a Recruiting Consultant from 2002 to 2004, before joining The Art Institute of Seattle in 2004 as a Senior Career Advisor, where he helped local and national employers fill Art-Design positions at all levels. His clients included Microsoft Studios, Pixar, Sony, and numerous video game companies. Scott also worked as a Recruiting Consultant from 2012 to 2014, helping companies in the Pacific Northwest fill management positions, including Microsoft, Gaco Western, DocuTech, and Kutscher Rhodes & Benner.
When he’s not working, Scott enjoys coaching/playing/watching sports, painting, running with his dog, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with his family.
About CFO Selections
CFO Selections provides finance and accounting interim consulting and executive search services to a wide range of organizations in the Northwest. Established in 2002, the company focuses on locating and recruiting the highest caliber senior-level talent available. Its team of consulting CFOs and Controllers work in a collaborative and problem-solving way to generate maximum results.