The Children’s Guild offers competitive salary packages to attract and reward high performers in education and mental health, and conducts annual salary surveys to maintain a competitive edge. The salary package, coupled with a high level of workplace satisfaction, helps The Children’s Guild attract and retain talented staff.
Health and Dental Care
The Children’s Guild offers full-service health and dental care plans. The Children’s Guild pays a generous percentage of the premiums.
The Children’s Guild sponsors a 403(b) plan, which allows its employees to save for retirement. The defined contribution plan allows Guild employees to defer federal and state income tax while earning dividends and/or interest from a wide variety of investment options. The Children?s Guild also provides employees with the opportunity of working with a registered investment advisor.
Professional Staff Development
All new employees experience initial training through our organizational learning training department, providing an opportunity to experience the Children’s Guild culture so that one understands the mindset needed to be consistent with the organizational philosophy. In addition, each department offers professional development opportunities to ensure that one has the skills and tools necessary to be successful.
Priorities for tuition support go to staff members pursuing their certification/licensures that are required by their discipline(s). All other requests will be considered on an individual basis and approved by the leadership. All approved tuition support is subject to the organization?s available funding as funds are limited.
The Children’s Guild offers a generous leave package, employee assistance program, vision insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance coverage, various supplemental health policies and a free life insurance policy.
The Children’s Guild takes affirmative action to seek, employ and retain the most qualified people; to provide equal opportunity for all aspects of employment including training, education and promotion; and to conduct all agency-sponsored activities in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religious, creed, national origin, citizenship, marital status, gender, age, disability or U.S. veteran status.