EAP Program Advisor
Days: Monday - Friday
Hiring rate or hiring range: Based on qualifications
Provides intake and assessment, short-term counseling and referral to employees experiencing difficulties related to a broad range of work-life concerns that impact productivity in the workplace (i.e., substance abuse, emotional and mental health, legal, financial and/or family/marital problems); conducts group sessions and workshops on alcohol and drug misuse and other issues related to health and wellness in the workplace; provides consultation and follow-up to supervisors regarding employee recovery; prepares records and reports; and performs related duties as required.
- Provides intake and assessment, brief counseling and referral services to employees of SMSC and SMSC Gaming Enterprise who are experiencing difficulties related to a broad range of work-life concerns, such as substance abuse, emotional and mental health, legal, financial and/or family/marital problems to reduce the impact of such problems on work productivity.
- Consults with supervisors and family members regarding specific issues of individual employees in conformance with program and confidentiality policies; analyzes information and recommends specific methods or techniques to resolve issues.
- Conducts prevention and support groups and workshops on alcohol and drug misuse and other issues related to health and wellness in the workplace.
- Provides consultation and follow-up to supervisors regarding employee recovery.
- Conducts training sessions for supervisors regarding program services and early identification and referral of employees with difficulties which impact work productivity.
- Collects data for tracking on the management information system and statistical analysis; prepares related records and reports.
- Complies with HIPAA rules and maintains all patient information confidentially and securely.
- Successful completion of a Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or a closely related discipline from an accredited college or university
- Currently licensed or licensure eligible within field of practice (e.g., LICSW, LP, LPCC, LADC or related) in the state of Minnesota and in good standing with the respective state board.
- Two years of experience in a related mental health environment
- Good computer skills to include MS Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as other health care or business related software as needed.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Valid driver's license may be required with a good driving record.