Special School Staffing - Substitutes

Substitute TA's & 1:1 TA's - Relief Float Staff

Summary: Individuals in this role would be in a pool of versatile, and knowledgeable direct care staff with given availability to fill in for a gap in shift as needed. The need could be in a classroom, lunchroom, or on a field trip. Ideal for those with flexibility to pick up shifts and earn extra without a full time commitment or as a first step in a Guild for Human Services career path.

Special Residential Staffing - Relief Pool

Direct Care II - Youth Residential

Summary:  Experienced individuals in this role would be in a pool of cross trained direct care staff with given availability to fill in for a gap in shift as needed. The need could be in the evening, overnight, or weekend. Our Youth Residences in your Waltham, Watertown, and Billerica could use these . Ideal for those with flexibility to pick up shifts and earn extra without a full time commitment or as a first step in a Guild for Human Services career path.

Education

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.

Adapted Physical Education Teacher

Summary: Responsible for coordinating the design and implementation of programs which develop motor skills, physical fitness skills for students with disabilities with specialized instruction and appropriate learning accommodations and modifications.

Occupational Therapist Residential

Summary: To provide Occupational Therapy services for under-22 individuals within the Day and Residential Programs.

Classroom Teacher's Assistants - Full Time

Summary: Adding dedicated Teacher's Assistants & 1:1 Teaching Assistants within a classroom setting at The Guild School. Guiding and mentoring these students can bring enormous personal and job satisfaction! You can become an integral part of their growth, independence, and quality of life.

Residential

Student Services Coordinator

Summary: As a member of the multidisciplinary team, the Student Services Case Coordinator is responsible for planning and coordinating supportive services to students and families. Our ideal candidate must have strong clinical skills with emphasis on clinical writing; you will be flexible with strong interpersonal skills, be able to effectively work with a multidisciplinary team as a collaborator to The Guild's mission. The Student Services Case Coordinator is primary liaison between the Guild team, student, family, and external agencies.

Adult Part-Time Residential Assistant

Summary: This is a Career Building opportunity offering exceptional training, support and benefits. We are building a pool of relief assistants to add to our staffing needs and may be an opportunity for full time work in the future.

Student Transport Driver

Summary: The Student Transport Driver works under the direction of the Residential Department, and in cooperation with Guild School staff. S/he is responsible for the morning transportation of students with significant disabilities from the residential houses to The Guild School.

Clinical

Director of Behavior Services

Summary:  The Director of Behavior Services is a senior level position within The Guild for Human Services’ Clinical Division. Reporting to the Chief Clinical Officer and working alongside of the Director of Mental Health Services, the Director of Behavior Services is responsible for the development, implementation, and progress monitoring of The Guild’s applied behavior analysis services for students and adults who are dually diagnosed with mental health and developmental/intellectual disabilities. S/he is responsible for directing the work of BCBA clinicians, clinical assistants, and interns and integrating an Applied Behavioral Analysis approach with other disciplines to provide comprehensive programming for individuals served by The Guild.

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.