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Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation Employee Assistance Counselor in United States

Summary Are you an experienced counselor passionate about making a difference? The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking Employee Assistance Counselors to provide confidential support and counseling to our dedicated personnel and their families. In this vital role, your interpersonal and communication skills will foster a positive and supportive work environment for the number one law enforcement agency in the world, by leveraging your expertise of mental health and wellness principles. Responsibilities As an Employee Assistance Counselor you will: GS-12: Provide supportive counseling for employees, family members, and task force officers experiencing a wide range of problems characterized by feelings of distress, impaired work performance, health, finances, and/or social well-being issues. Assist employees and supervisors resolve work related problems and monitors employees' progress to assist in long-term recovery efforts. Provide internal and external referrals to clients. Develop and present a variety of psycho-educational topics to a non-clinical audience. Respond to national and local crisis events. GS-13 (In addition to the above): Serve at HQ/Field Office as a clinical mental health professional in the EAP as assigned and as a technical advisor to executive management. Provide training and guidance to Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Coordinators/Counselors. Develop and delivers training on mental health and wellness topics. Provide management consultations. Requirements Conditions of Employment Key Requirements Must be a U.S. Citizen. Must be able to obtain a Top Secret Clearance. Transcripts are required if qualifying under A and/or B of the Basic Requirements. Must have a current state clinical mental health independent practice license in psychology, social work, psychiatry, professional counseling or a clinical independent practice license from a closely allied mental health field with demonstrated substance abuse experience. Basic Requirements Applicants can meet the Basic Requirements by fulfilling one or more of the below: A. A degree in behavioral science, or related discipline appropriate to the position. OR B. Combination of education and experience that has provided the applicant with knowledge of one or more of the behavioral or social sciences equivalent to a major in the field. OR C. Four years of appropriate experience that demonstrated that the applicant has acquired knowledge of one or more of the behavioral or social sciences equivalent to a major in the field. If submitting an application based upon basic requirements A or B, you must submit a copy of your transcripts to document that you have met the education requirement. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted in the application; however, official transcripts will be required prior to beginning employment. Applicants must meet ALL requirements by the closing date of this job posting. Qualifications In addition to meeting the basic requirements above, applicants must also meet the specialized experience (SE) requirements as described below. In order for you to qualify based on Specialized Experience (SE), you must possess the SE below for the various GS levels. Please ensure all specialized experience can be identified in your resume. GS-12: Applicant must possess at least one (1) year of SE equivalent to the GS-11 level, as defined below: Experience interpreting federal laws, regulations and directives governing operations of employee assistance counseling programs. Experience providing short-term interventions and resources referral assistance to federal employees and their families seeking help with challenges related to mental health and/or substance abuse, emotional, gambling, marital, family relations, financial, work-related issues, stress, grief/loss or other personal problems. Experience providing educational material to the level and interests of the audience and experience leading lectures, training seminars, and discussion groups. GS-13: In addition to the above, applicant must possess at least one (1) year of SE equivalent to the GS-12 level, as defined below: Experience providing diagnosing and treating a variety of psychological illnesses and personality disorders, dual diagnosis and maladaptive behaviors. Experience providing educational material to the level and interests of the audience and ability to communicate such material effectively in forums such as lectures, training seminars, and discussion groups. Experience with consulting and advising management and healthcare professionals on complex employee performance and behavioral concerns and sensitive issues such as psychological, physiological and sociological aspects of alcoholism and other addictions and with the prevailing modes of treatment and rehabilitation. Desired Experience Desired experience are not mandatory and will not be utilized to minimally qualify applicants. Desired Experience: GS-12 - Two years of full time experience after obtaining license. (Two-five years of experience post independent licensure). GS-13 - One year of full time experience at the GS-13. (Five years of experience post independent licensure). Selective Placement Factor Applicants must have a current state clinical mental health independent practice license in psychology, social work, psychiatrist, professional counseling or a clinical independent practice license from a closely allied mental health field with demonstrated substance abuse experience. You must submit a copy of your current state clinical mental health independent practice license in psychology, social work, psychiatrist, professional counseling or a clinical independent practice license from a closely allied mental health field with demonstrated substance abuse experience. Education See Requirements section. Additional Information In order to recruit and retain highly qualified candidates, selectees may be eligible for a recruitment incentive. Prior to receiving a recruitment incentive, an prospective employee must sign a written agreement to complete a specific period of employment with the FBI at their duty station. The following locations are currently available: Human Resources Division - Washington, DC & Huntsville, AL; Criminal Investigative Division - Washington, DC; Counterterrorism Division - Washington ,DC; Operational Technology Division - Quantico, VA; Information Management Division - Winchester, VA; Denver, CO; LA; Phoenix, AZ; Sacramento, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Juan, PR; Detroit, Minneapolis, MN; Newark, NJ; New Haven, CT; Philadelphia, PA; San Antonio, TX; San Diego, CA; Tampa, FL; Little Rock, AR; Charlotte, NC, Columbia, SC,. This list will be modified accordingly. As the federal agency whose mission is to ensure the fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans, the Department of Justice is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. To build and retain a workforce that reflects the diverse experiences and perspectives of the American people, we welcome applicants from the many communities, identities, races, ethnicities, backgrounds, abilities, religions, and cultures of the United States who share our commitment to public service.

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