Job Postings

Welcome to the NC EAPA job bank! Listed below are employment opportunities for EA Professionals seeking a challenging position. Whether you are relocating, looking for a new employer, or just curious about what’s out there, spend a moment exploring the following list.

If you would like to submit a job posting, please contact our Technology Committee Chairperson, Gina Penland at

No posting fee for members of NC EAPA.


April 26, 2017

EAP Clinican  Part Time

Company: McLaughlin Young Group

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

Title: EAP Clinician

Job type: Part-time (16 hours +, Mon & Tues)

Education level: Minimum of Master’s degree with 5 years post experience in a mental health field, full clinical licensure.

Career level: Experienced (non-manager)

Reports to: EAP Director

Overall responsibility and qualifications:

The EAP Clinician will have at least a Master’s Degree with 5 years post experience in a mental health related field and a clinical license in the state of North Carolina (e.g., LMFT, LPC, LCSW). EAP experience and/or CEAP/LEAP preferred. The EAP Clinician must have experience in customer service activities, such as, but not limited to, answering phones, transferring calls, taking messages, and phone-based customer service. In addition, the EAP Clinician must demonstrate clinical skills, such as, but not limited to, brief therapy, couples therapy, individual therapy. The EAP Clinician must be willing to be familiar with or be trained on Outlook calendar, EAP software, PowerPoint. The EAP Clinician may provide on-site crisis response within and surrounding the local region. Training in CISD response preferred.  Read More….


April 25, 2017

EAP Counselor/consultant

Employee Assistance Network, Inc. is seeking an EAP counselor/consultant. This position will provide a range of services including face to face assessment, short term solution focused counseling, case management, crisis counseling, utilization management, training and presentation skills and consultation with managers. Experience in making workplace presentations is preferred. This position is based in our Asheville office but will require weekly travel to EAN offices in either Sylva, Waynesville or Hendersonville and may require day travel to other locations in Western North Carolina as necessary.  The successful candidate must present in a professional manner with excellent social and relationship building skills. Minimum requirements are a Masters degree in a mental health discipline and licensed in North Carolina as an LPC or LCSW. CEAP preferred but not required. This position offers a good career opportunity with competitive salary, excellent benefits and supportive work environment. Please visit our website to learn more about our company at  . Applicants may send resumes to  .

Dawn Marie Klug, MS/LPC/CEAP/LEAP

Director of Operations

Employee Assistance Network



February 17, 2017

Director, Personal Assistance Service

(EAP at Duke U and Health System)



The Director of Personal Assistance Service (PAS) is responsible for the vision and oversight of all facets of the program, including the clinical, consultative, educational, and administrative services.    PAS provides internal employee assistance and select occupational mental health activities for Duke University and Health System faculty and staff, and their eligible family members.   The Director has a key leadership role with Employee Occupational Health and Wellness, and develops linkages with Human Resources, OIE, as well as with directors and administrators throughout the Campus and Health System.   The Director guides the development, implementation, and coordination of PAS activities to help enhance the health and productivity of the workforce, helping to resolve a broad range of personal, family, and work issues; providing management coaching and organizational consultation; collaborating with other programs that impact mental health and emotional well-being, and contributing to policy development on related issues.  The Director also serves an important role for the organization as Co-Director for the Critical Incident Response Program.  This position oversees the Critical Incident program’s operation; provides responsive leadership consultation for traumatic events in the workplace; shares responsibility for planning, providing, or deploying interventions for highly acute situations; and coordinates the continued development and training of responders.

Use link above for complete information and application process.