Careers

Employment Opportunities

At Walden Behavioral Care, we believe we can make a difference in the lives of people with eating disorders and psychiatric disorders – but only if we have the right people working with us.

Our “whole health” approach requires a team of professionals in many different disciplines working together to develop and implement treatment plans that will enable the patient to achieve lasting recovery. If you are experienced, patient-focused and willing to contribute to a team approach, we’d like to hear from you.

Click here to view a listing of available positions.

Company Culture

Vision:

Walden Behavioral Care envisions itself as a market and thought leader known widely for the quality of the services it provides. As a model proprietary behavioral health care company, WBC is committed to providing attractive and compassionate environments of care and innovative treatment services that are demonstrably better than other existing services. To accomplish this goal, Walden invests significant time and resources in staff training and development as well as facility design and maintenance, treatment research, quality management, and public education.

The Walden business plan anticipates future growth throughout New England and the Northeast. Expansion will be driven by consumer demand, availability of appropriate reimbursement for services and the opportunity to partner with high quality, professional health care providers in select locations. In developing new programming and additional sites, Walden will focus on diseases and geographies where there is existing, unmet demand. Treatment and research in the area of Eating Disorders will be one of Walden’s primary areas of concentration.

As an organization, WBC pays close attention to the details of operating a sustainable business that flexibly responds to changing market conditions to meet the expectations of its officers and shareholders.

Mission:

Relieving the suffering and stigma associated with the diseases we treat and providing our patients with the best chance of recovering a full and meaningful life is the primary mission of Walden Behavioral Care. This commitment guides us as we develop and deliver innovative behavioral health care services and provide education and assistance to the families of our patients and other health care professionals.

Values:

Walden’s 4 Values Include:   Collaboration, Comprehensive Care, Continuous Learning, Compassion

Training and Development

Walden is committed to providing compassionate care and innovative treatment services to our patients and their families that are demonstrably better than other existing services.  To accomplish this goal, Walden invests time and resources in staff training and development to maximize organizational effectiveness.  As such, Walden’s training philosophy is one of creating training opportunities and management support for all staff.  Annual training events include Grand Rounds (CEUs provided for licensed professionals), In-Services, DBT, CBT & Maudsley Training, just to name a few.

Compensation and Benefits

Walden’s compensation and benefits are competive based on market data and internal equity.  Annual salaries surveys and benchmarking are completed to ensure that our compensation ranges and our benefits package are adjusted appropriately to remain competitive and equitable.