Guidewire is a Great Place to Work
We appreciate the dedication and talents of our staff as the source of our success. We support our staff by offering professional development opportunities, rewarding and engaging work, and recognition of accomplishments. We are committed to promoting from within
We offer entry-level opportunities for candidates interested in exploring opportunities in the field of human services. We offer a comprehensive Direct Support Training Program to help jumpstart this new experience.
We have part-time and full-time opportunities. We offer 24/7 care to our clients and our positions can accommodate a variety of scheduling needs. We have 40 programs located throughout Western Mass including Greater Springfield and the Berkshire county.
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Our Mission Statement
We are a human service agency supporting people with disabilities in community settings. We accept people for who they are and never give up on their potential. We believe in positive, unconditional regard and provide an environment where acceptance is the only option.
What Does A Guidewire Employee Look Like?
Our employees are compassionate with caring dispositions and enjoy engaging in our community with clients. We are team oriented and collaborative. We offer up professional and positive communication. We value trustworthiness and accountability.
What is Our Hiring Process?
We receive a great number of applications and we hope to contact everyone, but that’s not typically possible. We welcome phone calls to confirm receipt of your application and contact candidates selected for an interview. Selected candidates will receive a conditional offer of employment while we conduct references and background checks.
Upon a conditional offer of employment, candidates are scheduled to attend our New Employee Orientation. Orientation is held monthly. Generally, new hires attend a first week of 30-35 hours of required training. These trainings are conducted in administrative locations and held Monday through Friday during day office hours. Our second week of training is also held during day office hours and usually consists of three 6-hour days of medication administration classes. Upon completion of new hire training, most new hires are formally approved by Human Resources to begin their regular employment.