Nadeau, who joined Maximus in June 2014, is due to retire from the CFO role on Nov. 30 but will remain in his position throughout the transition process, the company said Thursday.
Nadeau’s successor, Mutryn, joined Maximus in 2016 as global corporate controller. In the role, he led a team of more than 100 employees covering financial reporting, general ledger, AP/AR, payroll, information security, procurement, SOX, insurance and quality and risk management.
“Having worked with David for over a decade, I am confident that Maximus is well-positioned for the next phase of its transformation. [He] will be an exceptional addition to the senior management team,” Nadeau said.
Nadeau led six acquisitions and partnered with Maximus’ operations leaders to guide strategic market planning, finance, accounting, tax, investor relations and risk management. He also led the company’s environmental, social and governance strategy.
“It has been a privilege working alongside Rick. His valued leadership and partnership in driving the long-term strategic direction of Maximus have been critical as we continue our journey of digital transformation, clinical evolution, and market expansion,” said Bruce Caswell, president and CEO of Maximus and 2020 Wash100 Award recipient.
“We are grateful for Rick’s efforts in helping Maximus successfully navigate the many challenges faced because of the global pandemic,” Caswell added.
In 2020, the company named Mutryn as SVP. He is also a member of Maximus’ Executive Committee.
“As a trusted advisor to the board of directors, Rick made significant contributions towards the long-term strategy of the company,” said Peter Pond, chairman of the Maximus’ board of directors. “On behalf of the Maximus board, I want to thank Rick for his leadership and dedication to supporting the Maximus mission of Helping Government Serve the People.”