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Industrial relations & Regulations M/F

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  Location: Asia-Pacific, China, Shenzhen

Type of contract: Regular

Job open date: 19/09/2020

Company department: Industrial relations & Regulations


 STMicroelectronics is a leading semiconductor company, a world key player thanks to our 43,200 employees including 8,300 working in R&D.

 ST’s products are found everywhere today. And together with our customers, we are enabling smarter driving, homes, factories, and cities, along with the next generation of mobile and Internet of Things devices. Everywhere microelectronics makes a positive contribution to people lives, ST is there.

 In 2018, we were ranked by the Randstad Employer Brand Research Award among the 5 most attractive companies in France, for our values of excellence, our integrity and the respect of our employees.



"Conducts and performs confidential intake, assessments,... Conducts and performs confidential intake, assessments, short-term counseling services and/or referral to appropriate resources for employee personal and work performance problems. 
Provides advanced consultation, coaching and triage services to management, Human Resources, Labor Relations, Prosecuting Attorney's Office, Disability Services, other King County agencies and collective bargaining unit representatives to help resolve broad, complex and politically sensitive employee performance issues. 
Assists in the management of the external ""Making Life Easier"" contract and vendor, including trouble shooting, resolving programmatic issues and any complaints that may arise that affect employees and their eligible dependents. 
Creates and maintains accurate and timely documentation of all case activity in the electronic case management system and program statistics. 
Conducts and assists with employee fitness for duty and return-to-work mental health and substance abuse evaluations. The EAP Counselor may be required to perform DOT Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) services or Non-DOT Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) assessment and services, including providing direct case management of safety sensitive employees in violation of DOT and King County substance abuse prohibitions and co-facilitate training on reasonable suspicion. 
Assists in the facilitation of discussions and mediations for resolution of individual and group conflicts. 
Provides Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) services for employees following small and large-scale traumatic events, including coordination with the Making Life Easier vender as needed. 
Assists with clinical consultation to the Transit Divisions' Critical Incident Stress Management Team, and serves as a backup if needed. 
Assists with coordination of services by external work-life (Making Life Easier) contracted vendors, troubleshoots complaints and issues and participates as a rater in vendor selection processes. 
Coordinates, develops and maintains an EAP training catalog. Coordinates and develops new trainings as needed or requested. Assists in or directly provides workshops and training to selected audiences as required. 
Assists with other EAP programmatic duties as assigned, including triage, intakes, treatment coordination and other projects/initiatives.



  •  Education Level Required - 4 - Bachelor degree
  •  1 - Compulsory education or below
  •  Less than 2 years



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