REPORTS TO: EAP Program Director
LOCATION: Santa Barbara EAP Office (and some travel required)
Master’s degree in helping profession (i.e., Clinical Psychology, Social Work) required. Licensed MFT, LCSW or registered Associate nearing licensure.
Experience (2 years preferred) in a helping profession involving direct counseling (group and individual) to a varied client population.
Experience in chemical dependency prevention, education and treatment preferred.
Public speaking skills, and/or teaching experience for the purpose of delivering in-service trainings, orientations and other public speaking engagements.
Ability to work with professionals in the highest level of corporate management as well as staff in all other levels of employment.
Proficiency in basic computer skills, i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
High standard of professional ethics.
Provide counseling, assessment and referral services to employees and family members of employees of contracted companies.
Provide trainings, mediations, orientations and Critical Incident Stress Debriefings.
Possess and disseminate knowledge of up-to-date local resources for the purpose of making appropriate referrals.
Monitor the progress of supervisor-referred employees; report progress in absolute accordance with all applicable confidentiality laws and ethical considerations.
Maintain accurate and up-to-date confidential records on all clients.
Attend to all office duties required for daily delivery of services to include, phone contact, email, data entry, sending out publications, and maintaining files as well as other clerical tasks.
Uphold a professional image of SAVE/CADA at all times.
Perform other related duties as assigned by the SAVE Program Director.