FAQs

Job Openings and Applying

What’s the best way find out about new job openings at Guild?

Visit this site frequently.  We always post our openings here.

What should I do if I’m interested in applying for a job at Guild?
Send a cover letter and resume to the contact information under Open Positions

I sent in a resume.  How do I know if you received it?

  • If you e-mailed the resume, we will send you an e-mail confirming receipt.
  • If you mailed the resume, we’ll send you a postcard.

We strive to get confirmations out as soon as possible, but we get a lot of resumes, so please give us about a week to respond.

I got a confirmation.  Now what? If your education, experience, and background meet requirements for the position, we’ll contact you by phone to learn more about your qualifications.

Jobs Working with Clients

Who would I be serving?

You would serve adults who live and cope with serious and persistent mental illness – diseases like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression.  But, individuals we serve are much larger than their diagnosis.  Learn more about Who We Serve.

Where would I be working?

Under Open Positions, look at the Position Announcement for the position you are interested in. Under the title of the position, you will find the name of the program or service you’d be working for:

Guild South and Maureen’s House are part of our Residential Services, and you would be working in single-family homes in a residential neighborhood.

Delancey Apartments are part of Delancey Services, and you would be working in an apartment building or single-family home in a residential neighborhood.

If it’s Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Case Management, Employment Services, Delancey Street, Care Coordination, Community Access Services, or Equilibrium (EQ) Youth Services, you would be working with clients largely in the community.

If it’s Rehabilitation Services, you would be working with clients largely at our Community Support Program Service Center (CSP.)

Learn more about our Services and Programs.

Benefits

What kind of benefits does Guild have?

Health Insurance Plans, Dental Insurance Plans, Paid Time Off, Retirement Plan, Fitness Discount, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Spending Account (HSA), Free Long-Term Disability (LTD) and Life Insurance, Short-term Disability (STD) and additional Life Insurance available for purchase

Learn more about Benefits.

Ready to apply? Check out our Open Positions.

 

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