Summary: The Communications Coordinator supports The Guild in executing and monitoring content marketing strategies, including both direct and indirect marketing efforts. This role involves creating communications and marketing materials such as blog stories, social media posts, e-newsletters, print materials, photos, and videos. This role also involves tracking and reporting analytics on marketing and communications campaigns and coordinating promotional events.
Behavior Clinician II - BCBA
Summary: The Behavior Clinician II is responsible for conducting behavioral assessments, selecting function-based interventions, and developing behavior support plans. S/he assists in staff training, crisis intervention, and makes recommendations to students ’educational and residential teams regarding behavioral supports and strategies. Additionally, the Behavior Clinician II may develop skill acquisition programs, attend team meetings, provide supervision to behavior department personnel, and represent the Clinical Department to outside agencies.
Director of Rehabilitation Services
Summary: The Director of Rehabilitation Services is a senior-level position within The Guild for Human Services’ Clinical Division. Reporting to the Chief Clinical Officer and working alongside the Director of Applied Behavior Services and the Director of Mental Health Services, the Director of Rehabilitation Services is responsible for the development, implementation, and progress monitoring of The Guild’s rehabilitative services for students and adults who are diagnosed with intellectual/developmental disabilities. S/he is responsible for directing the work of rehabilitative service providers, associates, and interns trained in a variety of fields, primarily speech and language pathology and occupational therapy using Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and Trauma-Informed Care Frameworks.
Speech Language Pathologist-CF Mentor
Summary: Mentor clinical fellows while providing Speech-Language Pathology services, in collaboration with Guild educational, clinical, and residential staff for students aged 6 – 22 with intellectual impairments, including those with autism and challenging behaviors, within the School and Residential Programs.
Speech Language Pathologist-AAC Specialist
Summary: Provide Speech-Language Pathology services, including implementing therapy using AAC, in collaboration with Guild educational, clinical, and residential staff for students aged 6 – 22 with intellectual impairments, including those with autism and challenging behaviors, within the School and Residential Programs.
Expressive Arts Therapist
Summary: As a member of the multidisciplinary clinical team, the Licensed Expressive Arts Counselor reports to the Director of Mental Health Services. S/he is responsible for providing trauma-informed individual and group therapy to clients. This includes case management, supportive consultation to families and staff, and training within the residential and school settings. An ideal candidate must have strong clinical skills with an emphasis on Expressive Therapies in one or more modalities (accredited music therapist preferred).
Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist
Summary: As part of an interdisciplinary team, the successful candidate would develop, implement, and monitor the Recreational Therapy services for under-22 individuals within the Day and Residential Programs. As a therapeutic recreation specialist, you would be responsible for planning and providing appropriate accommodations or modifications so that your students benefit to the greatest extent possible.
Teacher of Special Education
Summary: The Special Education Teacher is responsible for implementing a functional academic curriculum with an emphasis on life skills, social and behavioral skills.
Summary: Under the guidance of special education teacher or related service provider, implement skill acquisition and related programs, including the maintenance of necessary data to monitor and evaluate student progress toward meeting stated goals and objectives in all communication, employment and educational areas for all students assigned. In addition to supporting students during academic instruction the teacher assistant also provides supervision during meal and leisure time as well as during community trips.
Assistant Residential Manager
Summary: Under the general direction of the residence manager and in cooperation with all youth residential programming leadership, the assistant manager assists in the development and implementation of a comprehensive program for each of the assigned students in the home.
Residential Assistant - Youth
Summary: To assist the Residential Manager (or Lead/Assistant Residential Manager) in the development and implementation of a comprehensive residential program for each of their assigned individuals.
Lead Residential Assistant
Summary: To assist the Residential Manager in the management of direct care staff in the development and implementation of a comprehensive residential program for each of their assigned individuals.