Why work at The Guild
Staff members at The Guild for Human Services are passionate about their work and appreciate the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of the individuals we serve. At The Guild, you will have the chance to enhance the quality of life for youth and adults with intellectual disabilities and other challenges.
Our staff members come from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences and speak many languages, including English, French, Haitian-Creole, Portuguese and Spanish.
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Speech-Language Pathologist - Clinical Fellows (CF)
Summary: Provide Speech-Language Pathology services under the clinical supervision of the Guild Speech-Language Pathology Manager. While meeting all ASHA CF requirements, you will collaborate with Guild educational, clinical, and residential services to provide communication programming for under- 22 individuals with intellectual impairments, including those with autism and challenging behaviors, within the School and Residential Programs.
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Sense of satisfaction
“The work is difficult at times, but when our residents’ days go well, you really feel like you’ve achieved something. I feel like I’m helping assist individuals be more productive and enjoy their lives more. It’s very satisfying work.” – Nin Chan, lead residential assistant, Billerica House
“I get to play music alongside amazing kids all day long and witness their progress at the same time. How cool is that? It’s really rewarding work.” – Julie Finke, Guild School music therapist
“I enjoy helping the kids make progress. When I can see that I am making a difference in their lives, I feel so proud.” – Eunice Demezier, teaching assistant
"At the end of each day, I feel emotionally and physically exhausted, but I know what I did mattered. I know that all of that effort I expended made a difference in someone else’s life. It’s a tremendous feeling.” – Andrew Kilgore, teacher
"What I enjoy most about working at The Guild is the students. While sometimes the work we do is challenging, at the end of the day it always feels worthwhile." – Shawn Masask, employment services manager
"No matter where you're coming from, no matter how funny your accent is, no matter what the color of your skin, this is the place where if you have a talent, you're going to get rewarded." – Boris Fomo, associate director of adult residential services
Have fun, work hard
"We have fun and that's important. The work is hard so it has to be fun." – Amy Sousa, chief executive officer
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Guild for Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Guild does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.