EAP Workplace Consultant -Global Tech - Expired
|Job Title||EAP Workplace Consultant -Global Tech|
|Salary||€90000 - €110000 per annum|
|Location||Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|Job Advertised||10 months ago|
EAP Workplace Consultant -Global Tech
An interesting role has just been created for an EAP/ Well Being Coach to join the global wellness & psychology team of a global tech company who truly value their employees and want to ensure an effective, supportive and relevant EAP program is delivered as needed to its people to support them in work and life.
As an EAP Consultant you will liaise between employees and psychologist's ensuring you recognise when an employee is in need of assistance and directing them to the right channel - you will not be providing clinical advice to employees.
You will embed yourself within teams, providing psychoeducation through group sessions as well as 1:1 coaching. You will work under the supervision of the Biz (Psychological Health Team) and will be in charge of raising trends, proposing new well-being activities based on qualitative and quantitative data as well as keeping a strong pulse on the teams' overall well-being.
- Fully licensed clinician in Ireland and/or a master's in behavioral counseling social worker or similar discipline
- Previous experience working within a multinational environment or supporting a multinational is essential while working in an EAP or similar capacity.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and comfortable doing non-clinical work
- Experience providing coaching / coaching certificated would be very useful
- This role offers an annual salary in the range of €80-110K based on relevant experience & qualifications
- This is an opportunity to join a leading global organisaiton and help shape the company's approach to EAP around the world
- The role will initially begin as an 11-month contract with the possibility of becoming perm.
Interested? Apply today with CV or Linkedin profile in the strictest of confidence All communications will be reviewed by Audrey Hughes in Principle.