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PATH is a family of agencies working together to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities throughout Southern California. We strive to do this by prioritizing housing while providing customized supportive services for people in need. Our agencies each address the homelessness issue in a different waysupportive services, permanent housing development, support for homeless families, and community engagementall of which ultimately help the people we serve make it home.

PATH is looking for

dedicated, experienced,
and passionate
individuals to help
end homelessness
in Southern California.

Career Opportunities

We are looking for dedicated individuals who are passionate about transforming lives. Join the PATH team, and help us end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities in Southern California.

To be considered for a position: 

Reference the Job Title and JR# in the subject line of your email. Submit your cover letter and resume as an attachment in a Word Document or PDF format only. Email to:HR@epath.org 

Due to the volume of resumes received, no calls or faxes regarding submission will be returned. Your resume will be routed correctly and considered, if all instructions above are met.


Open Positions

1. Accounting Associate JR#248 - PATH

The Accounting Associate is responsible for processing accounts payable, accounts receivable, and all other financial transaction data into MIP (accounting software), this includes journal entries and bank deposits. This position also assists the Senior Accounting Associate in keeping the books accurate and up to date, timely, the HR department regarding employee health benefits analysis, the Director of Accounting and the CFO with finance and accounting projects as necessary. 

 

2. After School Program Tutor JR#255 - PATH Ventures

PATH is seeking an experienced Tutor for its after school program. This position will provide homework assistance, enrichment class instruction and recreation activity supervision to school students in the Long Beach area. Tutors work directly under the supervision of the Site Coordinator. The tutor will need flexible working hours – including evenings and weekends.  

 

3. Assistant Cook JR#237 - PATH

The Cook will prepare and cook family-style meals for residents of a homeless service facility and maintain the sanitation and cleanliness of the kitchen. The cook must abide by all health and safety regulations and have a current food handler’s certificate. 

 

4. Case Manager JR#239 - PATH San Diego

The Navigator will work in an interim housing setting to provide case management for high barrier clients with a variety of complex health, functional and social needs who are entering our shelter system from homelessness. The interim housing experience for clients will focus on building skills, reducing mental health and functional barriers, and strengthening community social service linkages necessary for the client to fully integrate into the community once they leave interim housing. The Navigator works as part of a larger interim team and collaborates with other departments internal and external to PATH as new clients are admitted into Interim Housing. The Navigator role will assist these individuals in breaking the cycle of homelessness by establishing and pursuing a permanent housing plan, and accessing and maintaining necessary services among health care and social services through a coordinated system. The Navigator will provide individualized support by helping to develop a plan to address barriers, increase income, and secure and maintain permanent housing at exit. As part of the plan, the Navigator will identify each area in which clients will need assistance to accomplish the outlined goals and objectives (i.e. scheduling appointments, applying for public benefits, linking to health and mental health care and substance abuse services, etc.) and work collaboratively to make gains and achieve the outlined goals.  

 

5. Case Manager JR#243 - PATH Beyond Shelter

The Housing First Program is designed to provide case management and housing location assistance to families that are literally homeless. Referrals come directly from individuals, shelters and Family Solutions Centers for individualized assessment and triage of needs, followed by provision of targeted services focused on returning families to permanent housing as quickly as possible. Beyond Shelter’s Housing First program is central to the city’s and county’s efforts to provide coordinated, regionally-based services to homeless families. The Case Manager will conduct assessments, determine eligibility, develop individualized case plans, link families with community resources, conduct home visits and provide case management services in conjunction with community partners. The case manager will work closely with housing specialist staff to determine the best affordable housing.  

 

6. Case Manager, Navigator III Permanent Supportive Housing JR#256 - PATH

The permanent supportive housing case manager works with chronically homeless individuals with histories of mental health and substance use issues as part of the collaborative for the SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration). The case manager provides recovery-oriented services, integrating evidenced-based practices which are effective with a chronically homeless population with co-occurring disorders. Such evidence-based practices include, but are not limited to, Housing First, Harm Reduction, Motivational Interviewing, Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Services, Critical Time Intervention, and Trauma-Informed Care. This case manager collaborates with a range of service providers to coordinate services and ensure that clients living in permanent supportive housing (PSH) are stabilizing in housing, improving the quality of their lives, and integrating into the community. In addition to providing ongoing case management and housing stabilization interventions, this case manager should also focus on initial PSH building lease up activities. Such activities may include conducting tenant eligibility screenings, supporting clients in collecting lease up documents, developing transition plans to ensure a smooth transition from the streets to permanent housing, collaboration with property management as needed, and overall contribution to the development of service programming that best meets the clients’ needs with regard to mental health, substance abuse, and general functionality and well-being.  

 

7. Case Manager, Navigator III-JR#220 - PATH

The Case Manager, Navigator III will be working in the HUD-VASH program. The program is contracted with the Greater Los Angeles and/or Long Beach Healthcare Center. The Case Manager, Navigator III performs duties as part of an interdisciplinary team providing case management to Veterans living in the community. The HUD/VASH program is a collaborative effort, supported through HUD Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers and VA's provision of intensive case management services. The primary goal of the program is to move Veterans and their families out of homelessness. The primary component of the program is case management services focused on improving Veterans' health and mental health, enhancing their ability to remain stable, housed and integrated into the community. The Case Manager, Navigator III serves as the primary contact with the local Public Housing Authorities (PHA) and provides case management-based services to ensure that the Veterans’ care is coordinated with the VA medical center, community health, mental health providers, and agencies that serve the homeless population. The Case Manager, Navigator III, under the direction of their supervisor, provides client advocacy, case management, benefit establishment, linkage to Mental Health/Substance Abuse services, linkage to stable housing and all other supportive services as needed. Case Manager, Navigator III will provide individualized interventions by helping each client develop a treatment plan to address individual barriers, increase income, and maintain and sustain permanent housing. Utilizes evidenced based modalities such as ACT (Assertive Community Treatment), Trauma Informed Models and Motivational Interviewing for Substance Abuse treatment. 

 

8. Chief Financial Officer JR#260 - PATH

The CFO position at PATH will require a dedicated, committed, and highly experienced individual with a deep understanding of managing a complex financial environment in a fast-paced, quickly growing nonprofit with a wide range of government and private funding sources. Development of accurate cash flow projections will be an essential task, feeding directly into management decision making. A strong knowledge of the strengths and limitations of operating in the non-profit environment, particularly with managing a wide range of government funding sources, will be a necessity. Certification as a CPA should be considered essential unless the candidate can clearly demonstrate an experience base which can overcome that requirement. Multi–tasking will be the norm, as in any nonprofit. A personal dedication to the mission of the organization will help considerably. Management and motivation of a staff of 10-15, along with miscellaneous consultants, auditors, and tax experts will be a given, along with excellent writing and communication skills. Maintenance of smooth banking relations and knowledge of asset management possibilities will also be important. Concise and understandable Board communications and reports will be required on a routine basis. Management of all billings and accounts receivable and payable is a basic function of the job. The CFO will work with a senior management team of seven other highly skilled and completely dedicated professionals and will be an integral part of the decision making for PATH. The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for knowing, controlling, and reporting on the financial activity of the entire PATH Family of Agencies. Duties include working with executive management on strategic planning, forecasts, budgeting and cash flow as well as development of an investment portfolio and management of payroll and lines of credit.  

 

9. Director of Communications JR#249 - PATH

The Director of Communications is responsible for achieving specific programmatic goals for fundraising initiatives, communications, and marketing. This position oversees specific program activities, supervises staff and volunteers, and ensures the long-term sustainability and expansion of PATH’s core business, PATH’s development activities and outreach programs.  

 

10. Financial Assistance Coordinator JR#254 - PATH

The Financial Assistance Coordinator is responsible for intake of these referrals from appropriate agencies, working with referring case managers from these agencies to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance with program requirements, processing referrals according to PATH’s fiscal policies, tracking progress of referrals to ensure fulfillment of all components of the referrals (e.g., security deposit, furniture assistance, utility deposits), providing internal and external financial and other reporting; and keeping complete, accurate, and audit-ready files for all referrals. 

 

11. FSC Intake Specialist JR#233 - PATH

The Family Solutions Center Program serves families with children who are literally homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. The program is designed to provide a centralized point of access for families in need of crisis services/shelter placement, rapid re-housing/ permanent housing placement, and linkages with schools, employment and physical and mental health care; along with other supportive services. All families in Service Planning Area 4/ Metro L.A. who are homeless are being referred to the Center by 211 and community based organizations (e.g. family shelters) for individualized assessment and triage of needs, followed by the provision of targeted services focused on returning families to permanent housing as quickly as possible. PATH’s Family Solution’s Center provides coordinated, regionally-based services to homeless families.  

 

12. Housing First Case Manager JR#258 - PATH Beyond Shelter

The Housing First Program is designed to provide case management and housing location assistance to families that are literally homeless. Referrals come directly from individuals, shelters and Family Solutions Centers for individualized assessment and triage of needs, followed by provision of targeted services focused on returning families to permanent housing as quickly as possible. Beyond Shelter’s Housing First program is central to the city’s and county’s efforts to provide coordinated, regionally-based services to homeless families. The Case Manager will conduct assessments, determine eligibility, develop individualized case plans, link families with community resources, conduct home visits and provide case management services in conjunction with community partners. The case manager will work closely with housing specialist staff to determine the best affordable housing.  

 

13. Housing Locator, Long Beach JR#251 - PATH Beyond Shelter

The Housing Locator assists homeless families in identifying and transitioning into a full range of permanent housing opportunities, including market rent, affordable and subsidized housing such as Section 8. The Housing Locator will work with the case managers to support the housing needs of participants in the PATH Beyond Shelter programs. 

 

14. Housing Locator, Navigator II JR#252 - PATH

The Housing Specialist assists homeless veterans, homeless individuals, and families in identifying and transitioning into a full range of permanent housing opportunities, including subsidized housing such as section 8, Shelter Plus Care, VASH and Supportive Services for Veteran Families. The Housing Specialist will work as part of a team with various departments, programs and communities to support the housing needs of participants in the PATH programs. The Housing Specialist works closely with landlords to identify units, as well as transporting veterans to look at units and complete applications.  

 

15. Intake Services Coordinator JR#257 - PATH

The Intake Services Coordinator is responsible for providing assistance and linkages for homeless individuals and families. Working in a team atmosphere, the Intake Services Coordinator collaborates with the PATH Street Outreach Team, Interim Housing staff, Veteran Services, Employment Services, Homeless Family Solution Center programs, and other PATH programs to be the initial contact and link to services and referrals for clients entering PATH services for the first time. This position should be familiar with various programming across PATH and the local community to effectively link and provide services and referrals. The Intake Services Coordinator conducts initial intake assessments, develops individual case plans, provide crisis intervention and resource referrals for program participants.  

 

16. Manager, Outreach-JR#209 - PATH

The Navigator III will oversee the daily operation of their assigned staff as well as provide clinical supports and services directly to clients. Responsible for promoting the programs while providing the leadership, staffing, contract compliance, reporting, networking, and the day-to-day operations; and will be the key representative of the programs to the collaborative agencies and the community. The Navigator III will attend community meetings, outreach to local businesses and organizations, provide progress reports, and ensure that the programs run smoothly and effectively. 

 

17. Managing Director JR#241 - PATH San Diego

The Managing Director of San Diego will lead and oversee all administrative, programming and community relation functions. The Managing Director will ensure interim housing, social services, rapid re-housing and existing permanent supportive housing programs are in-line with best and evidencedbased practices effective with a vulnerable, homeless population. As part of the PATH leadership team, the Managing Director will lead and make recommendations to senior management regarding potential program development and funding opportunities. This position will also oversee all management functions of the program including, but not limited to, program and facility budgets, contract reporting, monitoring daily operations of services, supervision and training of staff. As the main point of community contact, the Managing Director is responsible for community development, internal and external strategic partnerships, community mobilization, regional planning and public relations. 

 

18. Managing Director, Human Resources & Administration JR#253 - PATH

The Managing Director of Human Resources and Administration (Managing Director) is responsible for the day to day aspects of administration, coordination, and evaluation of the Human Resources and Administrative functions within the PATH family of agencies. In order to achieve the organization’s mission of ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities, the Managing Director fulfills a critical role by ensuring high-quality recruitment, staffing, information management, certification, benefits, leaves, ADA, performance management, and development of more than 200 staff across four different nonprofit agencies. Additionally, the Managing Director works under the Chief Administrative Officer and with Senior Management to develop and implement strategic initiatives for organizational growth and capacity building. 

 

19. Senior Case Manager JR #259 - PATH

The Senior Case Manager (Navigator III) must have extensive experience working with individuals who are chronically homeless and/or homeless veterans. Knowledge of Public Housing Authority and housing subsidy is ideal (ie: Section 8, Shelter Plus Care, and VASH). The Senior Case Manager will assist the Team Supervisor with administrative program duties and case consultation for fellow team members. The Senior Case Manager, under the direction of their supervisor, provides client advocacy, case management, benefit establishment, linkage to Mental Health/Substance Abuse services, linkage to stable housing and all other supportive services as needed. Senior Case Manager will provide individualized client support by helping each client develop a plan to address their barriers, increase their income, and maintain and sustain permanent housing. Uses evidenced based practice models such as ACT (Assertive Community Treatment), trauma-informed models and motivational interviewing for substance abuse treatment. The Senior Case Manager will manage a reduced caseload to provide administrative support and coverage to the team supervisor and team members in the following ways: community meetings, outreach to local businesses and organizations, provide progress reports, and provide the supervisor support to ensure that the team’s performance operates efficiently.  

 

20. Shelter Case Manager #228 - PATH

The Family Solutions Center Program serves families with children who are literally homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. The program is designed to provide a centralized point of access for families in need of crisis services/shelter placement, rapid re-housing/permanent housing placement, and linkages with schools, employment and physical and mental health care; along with other supportive services. The Shelter/Case Manager will conduct assessments, determine eligibility, develop individualized case plans, link families with community-based housing and service resources, manage financial assistance funds (security deposit, rental assistance) along with case management services in conjunction with community partners. The Shelter Case Manager position is located in one of two family shelters within Los Angeles, Zahn Family Shelter and Comunidad César Chavez Family Shelter. 

 

21. Site Coordinator JR#250 - PATH Ventures

PATH is seeking an experienced Site Coordinator for it’s after school program. This position will provide homework assistance, enrichment class instruction and recreation activity supervision to elementary and middle school students in the Long Beach area. The Site Coordinator will also supervise on-site after school staff, update scheduling, and submit necessary reports. The position requires flexible working hours, including evenings and weekends.  

 


All positions require the following: Good communication skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office. Salaries commensurate with experience. Full-time positions include benefits package covering medical, dental, vision, and pension. Fingerprint clearance and background check required.
PATH values the following staff qualities: strong interpersonal skills, computer skills (Windows & Microsoft a must), self-starter, and a strong desire to work in a fast paced, professional team atmosphere.
Please identify for which Job Title and JR# you are interested in applying, and email cover letter and resume to hr@epath.org. No phone call inquiries or faxed resumes.
PATH is an equal opposition employer. PATH makes site employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, age, mental or physical disability, religious creed, ancestry, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, medical condition or any other legally protected status.
 

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