- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
For those who want to invent the future of health care, here's your opportunity. We're going beyond counseling services and verified referrals to behavioral health programs integrated across the entire continuum of care. Join us and help people live healthier lives while doing your life's best work.(sm)
The essential functions of the EAP Management Consultant clinical position includes providing strategic management consultation and organizational support to all levels of a customer’s organizational structure and the clinical case management of employer based referrals. The Management Consultant acts as an external champion who is recognized as a content expert in the areas of EAP, Behavioral Health, and Work / Life issues, providing consultation to key customer functions including Human Resources, Management/Supervisors, Occupational Health, Safety / Security, Unions and Legal. The Consultant responds to crisis calls and coordinates urgent, emergent care and Fitness for Duty evaluations ensuring public and workplace safety. The Management Consultant is a strategic partner for client customers around critical workplace issues involving behavioral disturbances, violations of company drug free workplace policies, workplace violence and other risk issues impacting the individual employee, the workplace and / or the community / general public.
This role is a telecommute position and the hours are: 9:30am-6pm CST, Monday – Friday.
Collaborates, consults and coaches client company HR, Occupational Health, and management leadership including senior executives, security and legal at all levels to address organizational, behavioral, and performance concerns, identify options and develop appropriate strategic action plans. Performs behavioral risk screenings for the organization and individual employee for a wide variety of workplace and individual behavioral issues impacting job performance Assures appropriate resources are engaged
Facilitates Federally mandated and regulatory Drug free Workplace and other safety sensitive initiatives such as DOT, NRC, Threats of Violence following pertinent regulatory and best practice guidelines
Conducts in-depth telephonic clinical assessment and referral, assesses members for risk factors when appropriate to ensure member’s safety and intervenes appropriately on emergency calls while staying within the scope of EAP/MC services
Provides telephonic solution focused psycho-education/consultation to management referred employees
Case manages management referred employees using their clinical skills and judgment to identify underlying clinical issues that may be impacting workplace performance selecting providers with specific expertise to address the identified clinical concerns and / or determine the appropriate level of care
Reviews initial clinical assessment with providers and relays workplace and job performance concerns and expectations involving job performance, mental health, chemical dependency and other behavioral issues
Certifies and authorizes and/or coordinates necessary treatment or EAP services. Discusses treatment plans with provider and negotiates changes as per Level of Care guidelines and EAP best practices
Provides referrals to internal resources such as Work Life , Legal and Financial Services as well as Community Resources as appropriate
Provides support and licensed clinical consultation to EAP staff in responding to and managing calls from members involving clinical risk to self, others and/or general public
Coordinates care with emergency, CIRS, care management team and other managed health organizations as clinically appropriate
Obtains supervision case consultation from supervisors on a regular basis regarding member care, high risk issues and protocols, policy and procedural changes and updates regarding existing, former, or new client groups
Quotes and explains benefit coverage to members and to providers. Follows appropriate benefit eligibility procedures
Follows internal ethical and regulatory privacy policies such as HIPPA, maintaining confidentiality and private health information of members. Follows state and federal licensing practices. Document necessary case information using same guidelines
Use UHG computer based case management portals. Creates and maintains appropriate clinical records
Participates in staff meetings, case conferences, and in-service opportunities
About the company
Our mission is to help people live healthier lives and to help make the health system work better for everyone.
A Fortune 6 company, we're focused on helping people live healthier lives while making the health system work better for everyone. Here, we seek to empower people with the information, guidance and tools to make personal health choices. We work harder and we aim higher. We expect more from ourselves and each other. And, at the end of the day, we’re doing a lot of good for more than 85 million people worldwide.
Our biggest point of differentiation is our people - and the collective talent, energy, intelligence and drive our force of 188,000 individuals around the world bring to our mission every single day. So, how do we do it? With our every action, interaction and intention that demonstrates the five fundamental values that guide everything we do: