Human Resources Manager

Los Angeles County Development Authority


Alhambra, CO


$101,010 – $165,471
per year

Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) is recruiting for a Human Resources Manager. LACDA is seeking an innovative, hands on, self-starter who thrives working in a fast paced, fluid environment to lead the Human Resources team. Reporting to the Administrative Services Director, the Human Resources Manager plans, directs, and administers the programs, functions, and services of the Human Resources Unit including employee relations, recruitment and selection, employee benefits administration, classification and compensation, employee performance evaluation and training, and provides highly responsible and complex human resources support to LACDA management and employees. This position manages a staff of ten (10) professional and administrative personnel.

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For questions please contact Chrissy Peacock at   EOE 





Job Requirements


The ideal candidate is an experienced, confident, and energetic Human Resources professional and leader with demonstrated success in all HR disciplines, including employee and labor relations, classification, and compensation, recruitment, and selection, leave management and employee benefits. The candidate must be able to effectively multi-task, direct and manage competing high priority projects both individually and through subordinate supervisors. The candidate must possess exceptional communication and leadership skills with the ability to lead by example and work successfully and confidently both independently or in a team environment and cultivate and preserve positive working relationships. This role requires a thorough understanding of current employment and labor law, the exercise of professional judgment in utilizing analysis and latitude in developing solutions, recommendations and proposals, and an ability to apply common sense. 

The ideal candidate must be knowledgeable regarding industry best practices and possess the confidence to convey a sophisticated understanding of public sector employee relations. The candidate must possess the highest caliber of integrity and ethics, the ability to take responsibility for their actions, avoid conflict of interest, remain true to their word and be willing to do the difficult but right thing. The ideal candidate will be able to provide sound professional counsel and strategic advice to directors and managers and internal HR supervisors on a broad range of human resources matters.

For more information about this position and to apply online please visit:


For questions please contact Chrissy Peacock at   EOE