Why Work at Shepherd Center?
A Diversified Workplace
Whether you're a recent graduate just beginning your career or an experienced professional looking for a challenge, Shepherd Center offers a range of rewarding job opportunities in clinical and non-clinical settings.
Attractive Compensation Package
Shepherd Center is an attractive employer, especially when considering the total compensation package. Benefits include competitive salaries, excellent medical/dental coverage, flexible work arrangements, safe/healthy workplace, numerous types of leave, etc.
Highly Ranked as an Employer
Shepherd Center was ranked No. 10 among the 56 Georgia employers recognized in Forbes’ inaugural list of America’s Best-in-State Employers for 2019. Read more.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle ranked Shepherd Center among the top five on its list of the Best Places to Work in the extra-large company category in 2017, 2018 and 2019. Read more.
Opportunities for Advancement
There is a major potential for growth at Shepherd Center. A number of Shepherd Center employees will retire within the next decade. This opens up opportunities for talented individuals to advance within the organization.
Helping People as part of a Model System
Shepherd Center is designated by the federal government as a "Model System" of care. That means that rehabilitation centers across the nation look to Shepherd Center to set the standard in rehabilitation care and research.
Opportunities for Continued Learning
The opportunity to learn is key to personal satisfaction at work. Shepherd Center offers you access to a variety of learning opportunities. You'll find experiences and programs that will encourage learning and help you build a successful career.
Opportunities for Training
We offer courses in the latest technology, in communication and interpersonal skills, in developing and encouraging sensitivity to people with disabilities, in management -- a vast range of learning possibilities, all aimed at increasing your employability. Other opportunities include on-the-job training in the form of coaching or mentoring, regular feedback from your manager, conferences and workshops.