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.


17 Career Opportunities at The Guidance Center, Inc.


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

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

The Lead Behavioral Health Specialist provides support and assistance to Providers, other BHS staff, and their patients without engaging in extended specialty mental health care. Makes recommendations to Provider relative to psychological intervention strategies and conducts follow-up consultations to reinforce provider generated interventions.

New Posting Therapist, Crisis
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 primary function of this position is to coordinate care and provide mental health services.

Assist adults with a mental illness and/or with a substance abuse condition to access needed treatment and services. Incorporate lived experience, knowledge of recovery principles and a trauma-informed, member-centered approach.

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 Cook II position will act as a lead and be able to use and share his/her knowledge for the betterment of the kitchen. This position requires an individual with leadership traits and an ability to create and implement better standards for the kitchen, while ensuring food safety standards are met by all kitchen employees. Other duties include working with the kitchen manager to come up with different recipes and standardizations, prepare and promote weekly employee meals, and supervise and instruct cooks and dietary aids, as needed.

This position is responsible for delivering all facets of recruiting success throughout the organization. This will be achieved through the development of local and national recruiting plans, employing traditional sourcing strategies and resources as well as developing new, creative recruiting ideas. The Recruiter plays a critical role in ensuring TGC hires the best possible talent.

Provides psychiatric evaluation and management services for adults in an inpatient and/or outpatient setting under the supervision of a designated TGC physician.

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

The Nursing Manager works with all staff, management and leadership to assure high quality, safe nursing practices are conducted at TGC, leading to superior health outcomes for all TGC members. The Nursing Manager manages and coordinates the patient care, personnel, administrative, business, technical and nursing operations of TGC’s 16 bed adult inpatient psychiatric hospital, 7 bed 24-hour Crisis Stabilization Unit under the leadership of the Director of Nursing and in close collaboration. Assures compassionate, trauma-informed high-quality care is always provided to members. This position drives improvement and efficiency standards applicable to areas of responsibility including but not limited to access to care, staffing/workload management and quality metrics.

The Director of Nursing works with all staff, management and leadership to assure high quality, safe nursing practices are conducted at TGC, leading to superior health outcomes of all TGC members.

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.

Provides psychiatric evaluation and management services for children and/or adults in an inpatient and/or outpatient setting with the direction and in collaboration with the psychiatrists and primary care providers.

The Medical Director is a licensed, board certified physician responsible for the clinical operational effectiveness and the quality of care provided by TGC Medical Staff and Nursing Staff. The Medical Director provides oversight, leadership and quality management for TGC’s medical programs, hospital, and infection prevention and control. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team, the Medical Director participates in and provides support for The Guidance Center’s strategic and business planning. The Medical Director operates, as per the approved TGC Medical Bylaws, acting as the ex oficio President of the Medical Staff, assuring enforcement of the Bylaws and any associated rules and regulations, including Medical Staff appointment and reappointment procedures. The Medical Director provides general psychiatric services to children and adults, including psychiatric evaluations and management, both routine and emergent, consultations, Title 36 psychiatric evaluations and court testimony.

The Behavioral Health Specialist provides support and assistance to Providers and their patients without engaging in extended specialty mental health care. Makes recommendations to Provider relative to psychological intervention strategies and conducts follow-up consultations to reinforce Provider generated interventions.

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).