Life Happens. We’re Here to Help.
Working at Employee & Family Resources is not just a career, it’s a cause. At EFR, our mission is dedicated to helping people manage life’s challenges so they can reach their full potential. EFR’s employees are diverse in different perspectives, but hold specific beliefs in common. They take great pride in achieving their goals and motivating others to do so, as well. They put the customer first and are always looking to serve in any way they can. They value honesty and integrity, and take initiative at every possible opportunity.
Does this sound like you? If so, we are looking for you to join our team! Check out any available job opportunities below, or contact Human Resources at HumanResources@efr.org for employment inquiries.
COVID-19 Hiring Note: this Prevention Specialist will be staffed in a hybrid manner (in person & virtual – exact percentage to be determined). EFR employees working in person will be required to wear a mask.
EFR seeks a Prevention Specialist who will implement substance abuse prevention programming in a professional and positive manner in one or more of the following Iowa counties Polk, Jasper, Marion, and Warren. This direct service role requires public speaking proficiency; candidates will do a presentation during the interview process.
Purpose: To implement substance abuse prevention programming in a professional and positive manner in one or more of the following counties Jasper, Marion, Polk, and Warren.
Employee & Family Resources (EFR) is seeking a Mental Health Counselor! This Master’s level team member will impact the wellbeing of persons through client centered individual, couple, and family assessment, brief counseling, and referral for adults and youth seeking services through EFR’s Employee and Student Assistance Programs and to provide appropriate mental health assessment and treatment through EFR’s Integrated Counseling and Recovery services program.
EFR’s counseling intern will be a valued member of EFR’s counseling staff when it comes to gaining clinical experience required for graduate programming, which includes: delivering high quality, customer-centric clinical, work/life, and consulting services to eligible clients; serving both employee/employer and student/administration needs to provide positive outcomes to workplace and school performance; providing mental health and substance abuse assessments; and making necessary referrals for services, as appropriate.