At Guild, we take care of our clients and we take care of each other. As a Guild employee, you’ll experience the satisfaction that comes with creating real change for individuals and communities. You’ll also experience an organizational culture that is serious about work/life balance and professional development opportunities. From administrative roles to human service positions, we’ve got a position for you.
“I am able to give people hope, which is one of the best gifts you can give someone.”
– Melissa, Clinical Supervisor
“When I was diagnosed with Bipolar I Disorder and Anxiety, I thought the life I had envisioned for myself was over. However, that is far from true. In fact, learning to manage my mental illnesses has made me the best, most whole version of myself. I work at Guild as a peer support specialist because I want others who are feeling like their lives are over to know that they are just beginning and there is hope for the life they want.”
– Breanna Bisek, Peer Support Specialist
The Guild Way
We know what we’re doing, and we know where we’re going. Our history of developing and providing innovative treatment and services for people with mental illness has roots going back to the 1970s. We have specific goals for our future and we’re well positioned to meet them.
Many of our services are accredited by CARF International, a nonprofit accreditor of health and human services that focuses on quality and results.
“There’s always been the opportunity to expand and try something new; we’ve been able to see what kind of changes we can affect.”
– Julie Grothe, Director of Integrated Services.
Our vision is health, hope, and dignity for all. Will you join us?
- Health insurance plans for employees and families
- Dental insurance plans
- Paid time off: vacation, personal leave hours, floating holiday, sick time, and holidays*
- Retirement plan
- Work schedule alternatives: flex-time and compressed work schedules available for many positions
- Fitness discount
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Health Spending Account (HSA)
- Accident and Critical Illness Insurance
- Free long-term disability and life insurance
- Short-term disability and additional life insurance available for purchase
- Pet Insurance
*Specific benefits and eligibility are defined in our Personnel Policy.
Employee Wellness Program
With our GameOn! For Wellness initiative, we’ve written employee wellness into our business plan. We asked Guild staff what factors are a priority in their personal health, and together, we developed a program focused on the six areas identified: physical activity, breastfeeding/new parent support, nutrition, mindfulness, community support, and water consumption.
“The work environment – the people I work with – matches the ethos of what we do with clients. We support each other in life; everyone has so much passion for what they do.”
— Katherine, LICSW, MI/CD Case Manager
Training and Continuing Education
Our leadership and management staff are experienced in their fields and enjoy working with staff members on their professional development goals. Opportunities at Guild include:
- Online education. We provide Relias Learning, a learning management system with a specialty in health and human services, for online training
- Training with experts. In addition to online resources, we offer regular in-person training with industry experts
“The organization demonstrates a strong commitment to training that enhances the commitment and confidence of staff members to provide quality services and to keep best practices at the heart of the organization.”
— From our CARF International Survey Report
Where Would I be Working?
You can find specifics in the postings for our open positions. Guild staff mostly work in one of these settings:
- Community-based, mobile positions meeting clients where they are
- Residential facilities, such as Maureen’s House and Delancey Apartments
- At our Community Support Program (CSP) Member Center in West Saint Paul
- At our Administrative Offices in Saint Paul
Diversity at Guild
A diverse staff is vital to the success of our mission and services. Guild is an equal opportunity employer. The required skills, knowledge, abilities, and bona fide occupational qualifications for each position are found in the position description. These are the only factors that affect employment. Race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, age, familial status, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, military or veteran status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, sexual orientation, membership on a local human rights committee, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law are not considered in hiring, employment, benefit, or advancement opportunities.