Apply for Vacancy for Employee Assistance at University of California in the USA. The category for this job is Human Resources.
At the University of California, Berkeley, we are committed to creating a community that fosters equity of experience and opportunity, and ensures that students, faculty, and staff of all backgrounds feel safe, welcome and included. Also, the University culture of openness, freedom and belonging make it a special place for students, faculty and staff.
- Provide intake, assessment, referral, and follow-up services to faculty, staff, and their families. Such services include:
- a Short-term therapeutic intervention with a broad range of personal and work-related problems;
- b. Also, clinical psychosocial intervention in crisis situations; and
- c. Case management and referral to campus and/or community resources for continuing support.
- d. Additionally, clinical and case management documentation in accordance with professional and privacy standards, and legal and ethical guidelines
- Furthermore, facilitate support groups.
- Consult to supervisors and managers about individual and organizational challenges
- Moreover, maintain strict confidentiality in all relevant aspects of his/her clinical work and clinically-related activities.
- Maintain client statistical information.
- Develop, update, coordinate, and evaluate information and referral resources, (including private practitioners), that support program services found on campus as well as in the community.
- Also, assist in developing and implementing new program components and executes special projects as assigned by the Be Well at Work Employee Assistance Director.
- Write interdepartmental correspondence.
- Moreover, consult with campus and community representatives regarding provision of Employee Assistance services.
- Similarly, support the planning and implementation of research projects.
- Provide back-up administrative coverage for operations.
- Likewise, other duties as assigned by the Manager.
- Strong, clear communication skills in writing, in person and in group presentations.
- The ability to counsel and intervene in a broad range of clinical problems such as family, interpersonal, parent-child, intrapsychic, behavioral, substance abuse, and suicide risk.
- Similarly, sound knowledge of employee assistance and work issues, and familiarity with the latest developments and trends in employee assistance programs.
- Additionally, knowledge of federal, state, and local laws regarding disability, workers’ compensation, mental health, employee relations-labor relations, and alcohol and drugs.
- Strong interviewing and interpersonal skills including the ability to establish rapport and on-going relationships with clients.
- Furthermore, an understanding and sensitivity to the diverse needs of various multicultural, ethnic, socio-economic, educational, and age-specific populations within the University community.
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