Working for TGC

Thank you for your interest in working with The Guidance Center. We are frequently looking for friendly, competent, compassionate individuals interested in helping to improve the quality of life for individuals seeking behavioral health treatment.

Employment Requirements:

All positions require the ability to successfully obtain a Level 1 fingerprint clearance card when hired. Some positions require a valid Driver’s License.

All positions have an age requirement of 18 years or older. Some positions require applicants to be age 21 or older.

The Guidance Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity agency and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or age.


13 Career Opportunities at The Guidance Center, Inc.


The Member Services Representative will ensure medical necessity compliance, verifying eligibility and posting payments.

The primary function of this position is to provide therapeutic services to members. Maintains core values of integrity and ethical practice, professionalism, kindness, effective communication, and excellence in customer service.

The main function of this position is to perform routine housekeeping duties in assigned areas to maintain a clean, safe, environment. This position requires some weekend work and evening hours and involves travel to and from multiple facilities.

The main function of this position is to perform routine housekeeping duties in assigned areas to maintain a clean, safe, environment. This position requires some weekend work and evening hours and involves travel to and from multiple facilities.

The primary function of this position is to assure timely and accurate billing and payment posting for all payers.

The primary function of this position is to provide nutritious meals in an efficient, sanitary, and conscientious manner while maintaining a safe and clean environment.

The primary function of this position is to coordinate care and provide mental health services.

The primary function of this position is to provide a variety of therapeutic services for seriously mentally ill and adult mental health members. Services may be provided to both individuals and groups in the office, in the home, or in the community.

The Behavioral Health Specialist is an integral part of the team for the SARRP (Substance Abuse Residential Recovery Program), SMI Inverrary House or Crisis Unit, providing consumer and staff safety and therapeutic interactions with consumers. The Behavioral Health Specialist assists with the daily operations of the unit meeting the needs of consumers. The Behavioral Health Specialist is responsible for contributing to and creating a recovery based environment.

The Behavioral Health Specialist II is an integral part of the team for the Psychiatric Acute Care Unit and Crisis Stabilization Unit, providing member and staff safety and therapeutic interactions with members. The Behavioral Health Specialist assists with the daily operations of the unit meeting the needs of members. The Behavioral Health Specialist is responsible for contributing to and creating a recovery based environment.

The RN provides care and safety, performs assessments, creates treatment plans and collaborates with the treatment team to provide services in accordance with the needs of individuals with a wide range of psychiatric and/or substance abuse diagnoses in both the Psychiatric Acute Care Unit (PAC) and the Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU).

Provides a variety of psycho-diagnostic, testing, therapeutic, educational and supervisory services for children and/or adults in inpatient, outpatient and forensic settings.

Provides psychiatric evaluation and management services for children and/or adults in an inpatient and/or outpatient setting