Employee Assistance Program - EAP Counselor
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Fidelity Health Care is now hiring an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Counselor. LISW/PCC/LICDC are welcome to apply. This position reports to the Vice President of Operations.
As the EAP Counselor you will be responsible for providing counseling for clients, families, hospital employees, students, and employee assistance/account management for Employee Care.
• Must have a master's degree with a focus on counseling in Social Work, Education, or Nursing from an accredited university.
• 1-3 years of job-related experience.
• Experience with Employee Assistance preferred.
• Must be a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC); or Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW); or Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor; or Independent Marriage and Family Therapist in Ohio.
• Must be certified as a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) within 2 years from date of hire.
• Must complete the qualifying training and exam to be a Substance Abuse Professional according to the Federal Dept. of Transportation Guidelines within 2 years from date of hire.
• Provide individual counseling, marriage and family counseling, group counseling, and counseling related to problems in living, work-related issues, assessment, treatment planning, recording process notes, consultation with psychiatric and psychological community resources, referral, and discharge planning summaries.
• Manage and maintain the relationship with EmployeeCare accounts assigned to your care.
• Consult with your manager in the treatment of clients concerning intake interviews, testing, terminations, follow-up, referrals, consultation and utilization of services and facilities.
• Develop and maintain relationships with community leaders and agencies.
• Inform appropriate persons of compliance with referrals and of the
• Provide on-call crisis coverage for contracted employees and employers.
Employees may be required to perform any other job-related instructions as requested by their supervisor, subject to reasonable accommodations.
• Must have the ability to conduct training and seminars as well as work within a fast-paced crisis stabilization environment.
• Must be able to lift, carry, push and/or pull 50 pounds.
• You may have to work some evenings and weekend hours to complete projects or meet the needs of the department.
Our Health Mission, Vision, and Values:
• We will build healthier communities with others who share our commitment to provide high-quality, cost-competitive health care services.
• Patients, physicians, and employees will choose Premier Health over any other health care provider in Southwestern Ohio. We will earn their choice, and grow our market leadership by anticipating their needs and exceeding their expectations.
• RESPECT each person’s dignity.
• Act with INTEGRITY to do the right thing in all aspects of our responsibilities.
• Serve with COMPASSION that embraces each individual’s concerns and hopes.
• Commit to EXCELLENCE as measured to the highest level of performance.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.