Director of Corporate Partnerships, Mental Health First Aid
The National Council for Behavioral Health
June 5, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Development and Foundation, Education and Training, Sales
Job Location: Washington, DC
Reporting to the Vice-President, Public Education and Strategic Initiatives, the Director of Corporate Partnerships, Mental Health First Aid will function as a member of the Public Education and Strategic Initiatives team. The Director will create and oversee the operations of customized behavioral health training for corporate employees. The Director will manage the implementation workplan and conduct trainings for corporations. This position will be responsible for meeting targeted goals and will oversee a specially trained group of corporate instructors.
Duties and Responsibilities
Establish partnerships with wellness benefit intermediaries.
Expand national partnerships with corporate educational and training opportunities.
Oversee a menu of employer training options after customer assessment.
Develop account plans and growth goals for different employer segments.
Create delivery protocols.
Train and oversee pool of corporate instructors.
Master’s Degree in Business or related field
At least 10 years’ experience in corporate training and management; experience in Human Resources/Wellness preferred
At least 5 years’ demonstrated experience in sales
Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and organizational skills
Ability to travel up to 50%
About The National Council for Behavioral Health
National Council for Behavioral Health is the unifying voice of America’s community mental health and addictions treatment organizations. Together with 2,800 member organizations, it serves more than 10 million adults and children living with mental illnesses and addictions. The organization is committed to ensuring all Americans have access to comprehensive, high-quality care that affords every opportunity for recovery and full participation in community life. Mental Health First Aid has trained more than 780,000 individuals to connect youth and adults in need to mental health and addictions care in their communities.