Work with the Giants’ organization to enhance EAP services with a primary focus on working with Latin players and staff in collaboration with the EAP Director and the Coordinator of Educational and Cultural Development.
Support the EAP Director in promoting program services for Baseball Operations: Players, Coaches, Scouts, Athletic Trainers, Certified Strength and Conditioning Staff, Front Office Baseball Operations Staff, and retired players.
Enhancement of network of clinicians to provide the highest level of excellence to serve the organization’s needs.
Confidential individual assessments as needed for each employee, their spouse/partner, and any dependent children living in the employee’s home. These visits will be to assess and resolve the problems generating the referral.
Case management and follow-up- for each referral; coordinate referrals within the parameters of employee’s insurance coverage if long-term treatment proves necessary.
Coordinate drug testing for minor league players and staff in compliance with Major League Baseball’s Drug Prevention and Treatment Program policies.
Develop and participate in Spring Training and Conditioning/Mini Camp Programs to both Major and Minor League players, trainers, and coaching staffs.
Supervise the Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) process for both major and minor league players. Organizing player/doctor appointments and follow up keeping the medical department and head athletic trainer updated as needed.
Conduct orientation sessions for baseball operations personnel in order to present the employee assistance program as a management tool.
Actively participate in professional development activities to maintain appropriate licensure and EAP professional credentials.
Required Knowledge and Skills:
A Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in counseling, psychology or related field and a minimum of 5 years of relevant professional experience.
Demonstrated fluency in Spanish and English required.
Professional Clinical Licensure and Certified Employee Assistance Professional credential (CEAP) preferred.
Familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the employee assistance profession.
Experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals; creativity is a must.
Exceptional ability to communicate, build relationships, and establish meaningful rapport.
Strong record-keeping, documentation, and case management skills.
Ability to anticipate and identify complex problems and trends, and analyze information to evaluate options, recommend solutions and initiate programs/projects.
Strong judgment in safeguarding confidential or sensitive information; must maintain objectivity and respect the balance between the organization and the individual.
Flexibility to travel to accommodate the needs of players and staff in various affiliate team locations.