The Employee Assistance Programme of the Cayman Islands is a non-profit counselling agency, providing services to individual clients, our corporate companies, their staff and families located in Grand Cayman.
Duties and Responsibilities Include:
Provide individual, couples, and family counselling.
Complete comprehensive assessments and documentation with regards to treatment outcome.
Document appropriate clinical information in the client record and company database in a timely manner as per organisational policies.
Communicates both written and orally with referral sources regarding clinical information, as necessary.
Communicates regularly with physicians and psychiatrists regarding clinical issues as needed.
Establishes and maintains good working relationships with representatives of EAP member-companies and community stakeholders.
Maintains standards of professional and ethical conduct.
Actively participates in peer supervision staff development and in-service programs as stipulated
Serves as a role model by demonstrating qualities of service excellence through positive attitudes and behaviours.
Must be available to work outside of regular business hours i.e. afternoon/early evening.
Master's Degree in Counselling, Psychology, or Social Work from an accredited university with a minimum of five years practical experience working with similar populations. Alternatively, a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of ten years practical experience working with similar populations.
Credentialing/Licensing/Registration/Certification from a regulatory board/association.
All candidates must have excellent recommendation from their previous employer as well as a successful reference check. (A reputation for confidentiality, maturity, responsibility, honesty, self-discipline and professional integrity).
A working knowledge of contemporary mental health care procedures, principles and methods, and both theoretical and practical knowledge of the practice of individual, couples, and family counselling.
Clinical experience with processing grief, trauma and substance use issues.
Culturally sensitive and experienced working within a culturally diverse community.
Must be eligible for registration with the C.I. Council for Professionals Allied with Medicine (CPAM)
Shall have excellent written and oral communication skills.
Proficient in Microsoft Office (word, excel, outlook, publisher, access).
Additional Salary Information: Health Insurance and Pension Contribution
Internal Number: GCM003
About Employee Assistance Programme of the Cayman Islands
EAP of the Cayman Islands (EAPCI) is a non-profit company with a membership of public and private sector employers who have made employee wellness a priority. Since 1993, EAPCI has been providing mental health counselling, consulting and wellness training to the Cayman Islands.
Our Vision - We are committed to creating an emotionally healthy community by helping employers, employees and their families tackle issues that may affect job performance and contribute to the overall growth of an individual, a company and the community.
Our Mission - To provide employee assistance services that identify unresolved problems that may lead to poor job performance; educate and empower management staff to effectively deal with issues in the workplace; motivate employees to be proactive in seeking help; follow through with continued support, guidance and confidentiality; and
reduce human and economic losses in client organisations.