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Organizational Development Business Partner/Trainer

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For close to a century, Mental Health America of Los Angeles (MHALA) has been a local and national leader in mental health systems change, service innovation, training, and education. MHALA seeks to address the quality and length of life issues faced by many living with mental health needs. Under new leadership, MHALA has expanded their presence throughout the community and grown exponentially in terms of people, revenues, members, and services.

Through direct coaching activities and the design, development, and implementation of training programs, the Organizational Development Business Partner/Trainer facilitates and drives organizational interventions that strengthen leadership, enhance staff engagement, and align the organization’s practices with its values, mission, and objectives.

The Organizational Development Business Partner/Trainer reports directly to the Chief People Officer, is based in the Long Beach headquarters and able to travel to the agency’s locations as needed.  A hybrid working arrangement (remote and on-site work) will be effective in the fall.

The Organization

With the cornerstones of service innovation, education, advocacy, and training, MHALA works to ensure that people with mental health needs achieve meaningful, healthy lives in their communities. The agency also assists individuals and families gain access to the tools and resources they need to cope with and recover from trauma. With a $45 million budget, and 24 sites in LA County stretching from Lancaster to Long Beach, MHALA employs a talented and diverse staff of over 400 serving over 10,000 annually, including adults and youth, Veterans and individuals who are or were previously homeless.

MHALA provides a range of integrated services, including mental health, health care, employment, wellness, housing, and education services. MHALA provides training to the mental health workforce and the community and has a policy and advocacy function that works at the national, state, and local levels for systems change. The agency’s service model is built on a recovery foundation of hope, empowerment, self-responsibility, and meaningful roles.

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate leads with a passion and strong track record of creating culturally aligned working environments where leaders and staff flourish, and collaboration, transparent communications, and inclusion is fostered across all levels, divisions, and locations of the agency.  The ideal candidate is equally skilled at coaching and direct conflict resolution as they are developing and facilitating training programs, such as leadership and HR essentials, diversity and inclusion, wellness, engagement, and onboarding programs. With an eye toward building the agency’s future leaders, the ideal candidate implements, and facilitates programs developing organizational leaders and high potential/high performing employees.

The ideal candidate understands through both insightful observations and formal needs assessments that organizational development programs are not just an activity but must result in meaningful solutions that have a direct impact on individual and collective development and results.  To that end, this candidate is focused on executing and measuring programs that focus on developing, engaging and retaining talent that will support the future needs of the organization.

Able to easily segue from the strategic to the tactical, this professional is agile, intuitive, self-directed, and highly organized.  S/he is the consummate human relations professional who understands when it is time to call in their fellow human resources partners for guidance. Key to their success is the ability to liaise and collaborate with a variety of stakeholders, including program managers and directors, senior leadership, and internal and external subject matter experts.

The Opportunity

This is a rare opportunity to be a key contributor to addressing California’s, and one of the nation’s most pressing issues, mental health, in one of the most respected and established non-profit organizations today.

The Compensation

The organization provides a highly competitive compensation and benefits package.

For close to a century, Mental Health America of Los Angeles (MHALA) has been a local and national leader in mental health systems change, service innovation, training, and education. MHALA seeks to address the quality and length of life issues…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule
  • Education
    High School Diploma Required
  • Professional Level
    Professional

Benefits

We are proud to offer:

·       An opportunity to grow and learn with one of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most respected mental health teams in the nation

·       A 35-hour work week

·       A competitive salary and highly comprehensive benefits package

·       Excellent paid time off benefits

·       A flexible work schedule option, including a hybrid work model (partially on-site, partially remote)

We are proud to offer:

·       An opportunity to grow and learn with one of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most respected mental health teams in the nation

·       A 35-hour work week

·       A competitive…

Level of Language Proficiency

Excellent English oral and writing communication skills.

Excellent English oral and writing communication skills.

Location

On-site
Long Beach, CA, USA

How to Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter to jtabak@integraltalentsolutions. com

Please send your resume and cover letter to jtabak@integraltalentsolutions. com

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