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.
Speech Language Pathologist
Summary: Provide 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-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.
Family Engagement Counselor
Summary: As a member of the multidisciplinary clinical team, the Licensed Family Engagement Counselor reports to the Director of Mental Health Services. S/he is responsible for creating family engagement programming, providing consultative support and training to Guild employees, and providing case management and individual, group and family therapy. An ideal candidate must have strong clinical skills with an emphasis on family support groups/therapy case management and trauma-informed care.
Summary: The Guild for Human Services is seeking a cohort Education Manager. This person is responsible for the ongoing supervision of approximately four to five special educators as well as teaching assistants/instructional aides. The Education Manager provides administrative and program oversight to ensure the attainment of individual goals/objectives as identified in IEPs for assigned students.
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.
Recreation and Leisure Assistant
Summary: Under the overall direction and supervision of the Manager of Adaptive PE and Recreation Services, the Recreational Assistant supports students in being exposed to and included in community activities and in expanding their recreation/leisure skills based on individual student’s interests and abilities. The Recreational Assistant will assist in arranging for student participation in a variety of age-appropriate in-house and community activities.
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.
Adult Residential Assistants
Summary: Residential Assistants (RA) aide adults and children in Guild group homes. Among those cared for are people with Intellectual Disabilities and other disabilities needing assistance with daily living activities. The ideal candidate has a strong desire to create positive impacts on their individuals’ lives and enjoys encouraging, mentoring, and coaching others to achieve their goals.
Adult Health Services Manager (RN)
Summary: Coordinate medical care for the individuals served in assigned adult DDS residential homes and facilitate communication with outside agencies and physicians as necessary.
Adult Services Clinician I
Summary: The Adult Services Clinician I would be responsible for providing the clinical support services to the individuals served by the Guild Adult Residential Program. Travel is required as this position works across multiple locations including but not limited to Norfolk, Walpole, Framingham, Maynard, Sudbury, and Waltham.