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PATH is a family of agencies working together to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities throughout 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 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 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 II - Payroll JR#302 - PATH

The Accounting Associate II is responsible for the overall processing of financial transactions. This entails analyzing the transaction to determine proper coding, preparing the data entry input form, entering the transaction into MIP (accounting software), and researching and reconciling any discrepancies. Accounts may include accounts payable, accounts receivable, temporary financial assistance payments to clients, cash receipts, credit cards, payroll, employee benefits (including health benefits and pensions), and other financial activities. This particular associate position will also focus approximately 50% of the time on coordinating and processing payroll, using ADP for 300+ employees, with oversight from the Director of Human Resources. The Accounting Associate must be comfortable with multitasking, changing priorities, and meeting deadlines, all in a very fast paced environment. 

 

2. Associate Director – Street Outreach, MSW JR#292 - PATH

The Associate Director will collaborate with all Associate Directors in the Outreach team to oversee specific geographic regions across LA County where contracts for services exist. Associate Directors positions will have specific geographic responsibilities, but are to coordinate to ensure appropriate oversight of the entire Street Outreach department. Using PATH’s integrated care service approach, focused on building connections with hard-to-engage individuals while reducing functional, health/mental health, and substance-use barriers to accessing services and housing through brief case management intervention, this position is responsible for outreach personnel and for ensuring a consistent and effective provision of service in their designated region. This position is expected to provide expertise, guidance, and consultation in the areas of direct client care, community relationships/partnerships, and in personnel and contract management. The Associate Director is responsible for day-to-day Street Outreach staffing and services, prioritization of outreach activities within the geographic region assigned, and ensuring consistent community engagement, as well as administrative and contract management functions. This Associate Director position requires a Master of Social Work degree from an accredited university. In addition to the above summary of responsibilities, this position will also conduct and advise on crisis and mental health assessments and interventions in the field, coordinate with community mental health and substance use treatment providers, to link the client to urgent and longer term services, and liaise with law enforcement and local hospitals around involuntary hospitalizations and safety issues. This position will also be expected to conduct department wide trainings on evidence based and clinical interventions effective with a vulnerable homeless population.  

 

3. Associate Director of VASH JR#265 - PATH

PATH is the largest contracted provider, outside of the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), for VASH case management services and vouchers for the Greater Los Angeles VAMC. The PATH VASH program administers over 1,100 vouchers across the Greater Los Angeles region. PATH is looking for an experienced, innovative, and passionate leader to function as both a regional administrator and clinical supervisor for the PATH VASH program. The Associate Director of VASH will oversee a team of HUD VASH case managers across multiple geographic regions. This position is directly responsible for clinical oversight and program administration including but not limited to, collaborating and working with the appointed VA liaison and community providers, interfacing with the public housing authorities assigned to the region or regions, providing clinical supervision of case management staff and overseeing case management services, and overall provides strategic guidance and leadership of the VASH program services.  

 

4. Associate Director, SSVF JR#299 - PATH

The Associate Director will oversee Supportive Services Veteran Families (SSVF) staff. This position is directly responsible for contract oversight and program administration including but not limited to, collaborating with the appointed VA Regional Coordinator and subcontracted community providers, interfacing with landlords, providing administrative and clinical supervision of supportive service staff, and providing strategic guidance and leadership of the SSVF program.  

 

5. Associate Director, Street Outreach JR#294 - PATH

The Associate Director will collaborate with all Associate Directors in the Outreach team to oversee specific geographic regions across LA County where contracts for services exist. Associate Directors positions will have specific geographic responsibilities, but are to coordinate to ensure appropriate oversight of the entire Street Outreach department. Using PATH’s integrated care service approach, which is focused on building connections with hard-to-engage individuals while reducing functional, health/mental health, and substance use barriers to accessing services and housing through brief case management intervention, this position is responsible for outreach personnel and for ensuring a consistent and effective provision of service in their designated region. This position is expected to provide a level of expertise, guidance, and consultation in the areas of direct client care, community relationships/partnerships, and in personnel and contract management. The Associate Director is responsible for day to day street outreach staffing and services, prioritization of outreach activities within the geographic region assigned, ensuring collaborative and consistent community engagement, as well as administrative and contract management functions. This position will conduct and advise on crisis assessments/interventions, coordinate with community providers to link client to urgent and longer term services, and liaison with law enforcement around safety issues. This position will also be expected to conduct department-wide trainings on evidence based-interventions that are effective with a vulnerable homeless population.  

 

6. Case Manager MSW, Navigator III Interim Housing JR#296 - PATH

The Case Manager will work in an interim housing setting (low-barrier, high tolerance) to provide case management services for clients experiencing homelessness and have a variety of complex health, functional, and social needs. These individuals may be exiting from hospitals, emergency rooms, and other health care settings. Interim housing clients are referred to as “guests” and provided with a home-like environment coupled with support and case management services to develop a plan to transition back into the community. The Case Manager will collaborate with other departments internal and external to PATH as new guests are admitted into Interim Housing. The Case Manager will assist these clients in breaking the cycle of homelessness by establishing and pursuing a permanent housing plan and accessing and maintaining necessary support services in the community. The Case Manager will assist guests with building skills, reducing mental health and functional barriers to obtaining and maintain housing, and strengthening community social service linkages necessary for the client to fully integrate into the community once they leave interim housing.  

 

7. Case Manager Navigator II, Interim Housing JR#281 - PATH

The Case Manager 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. Interim housing clients are referred to as “guests” and provided with a home-like environment coupled with support and case management services to develop a plan to transition back into the community. The Case Manager works as part of a larger interim team and collaborates with other departments as new guests are admitted into Interim Housing. The Case Manager will assist these guests 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 Case Manager will provide individualized guest support throughout this entire journey by helping each guest develop a plan to address barriers, increase income, and secure and maintain permanent housing. As part of the plan, the Case Manager will identify each area in which guests 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 collaborate with the guests to make gains and achieve the outlined goals.  

 

8. Case Manager Navigator II, SSVF JR#297 - PATH

The Case Manager, under the direction of the Associate Director provides client advocacy, case management, benefits establishment, linkage to Mental Health/Substance Abuse services, linkage to stable housing and all other supportive services as outlined in the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Policies and Procedures and Program Guides. Case Managers will provide individualized client support by assisting in the development of plans to address barriers, increase income and maintain permanent housing. As part of the plan, the Case Manager will identify each area in which a client will need assistance to accomplish the outlined goals and objectives (ie, scheduling appointments, applying for public benefits, identifying subsidized housing, etc.). The Case Manager will take responsibility for their clients’ success. 

 

9. Case Manager, Navigator I Healthy Connections JR#272 - PATH

This position will work as part of a newly funded program providing Intensive Case Management Services (ICMS) to homeless individuals with chronic medical conditions and co-occurring disorders, who are high utilizers of the Department of Health Services (DHS) hospital and outpatient system. This position is responsible for providing field-based, direct client services alongside a team of case managers, housing locators, and community providers, including DHS as the referring entity. Intensive case management services for clients include, but are not limited to, outreach/engagement, case management assessment, and service planning, mainstream entitlement application, PHA subsidy and other county subsidy application, housing location, coordinating needed health services, and addressing all psychosocial service needs to stabilize clients in housing, reduce functional, health and mental health barriers, and promote recovery and community integration. This position will also focus on recovery-oriented community integration activities and interventions promoting housing stability, self-sufficiency, and overall wellness for all clients in the program. This position will work out of the PATH Regional Homeless Center and in the field, providing services in clients’ homes, shelters, on the streets, in DHS facilities, or wherever clients are residing throughout LA County. PATH encourages candidates with lived experience in homelessness, recovery from mental health, or substance use issues to apply. Compensation for this position ranges $25,000.00 - $35,000.00 DOE 

 

10. Case Manager, Navigator I- Housing- San Diego JR#289 - PATH San Diego

The Case Manager 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 Case Manager 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 Case Manager’s 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 Case Manager 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 Case Manager 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 medical health and mental health care and substance abuse services, etc.) and work collaboratively to make gains and achieve the outlined goals.  

 

11. Case Manager, Navigator I Interim Housing JR#295 - PATH

The Case Manager 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. Interim housing clients are referred to as “guests” and provided with a home-like environment coupled with support and case management services to develop a plan to transition back into the community. The Case Manager works as part of a larger interim team and collaborates with other departments internal and external to PATH as new guests are admitted into Interim Housing. The Case Manager will assist these guests 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 Case Manager will provide individualized guest support throughout this entire journey by helping each guest develop a plan to address barriers, increase income, and secure and maintain permanent housing. As part of the plan, the Navigator will identify each area in which guests 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 with the guests to make gains and achieve the outlined goals.  

 

12. Case Manager, Navigator I Interim Housing, Temporary JR# 280 - PATH

The Case Manager 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. Interim housing clients are referred to as “guests” and provided with a home-like environment coupled with support and case management services to develop a plan to transition back into the community. The Case Manager works as part of a larger interim team and collaborates with other departments internal and external to PATH as new guests are admitted into Interim Housing. The Case Manager will assist these guests 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 Case Manager will provide individualized guest support throughout this entire journey by helping each guest develop a plan to address barriers, increase income, and secure and maintain permanent housing. As part of the plan, the Navigator will identify each area in which guests 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 with the guests to make gains and achieve the outlined goals.  

 

13. Case Manager, Navigator II – GHN- Ventures JR#312 - PATH Ventures

The Case Manager is responsible for providing assistance and linkages for homeless families and individuals. Working in a team atmosphere, the case manager will provide a robust service package to tenants including conducting initial assessments, developing individual case plans, providing intense case management, crisis intervention, increasing access to benefits, mental health services, and healthcare, and providing additional resource referrals for tenants. 

 

14. Case Manager, Navigator II- Gower-Ventures JR#316 - PATH Ventures

The Case Manager offers recovery oriented services in a permanent supportive housing setting, integrating evidenced based practices effective with individuals and families who have experienced homelessness and have a mental health need. Such services include conducting initial assessments, developing individual goal plans, providing intensive case management, crisis intervention, increasing access to benefits/healthcare/mental healthcare, community integration, and community development within the residential community. The Case Manager ought to be familiar implementing evidence-based practices such as: Housing First, Harm Reduction, Motivational Interviewing, Recovery Oriented Mental Health Services, Critical Time Intervention and Trauma-Informed Care. This Case Manager will work collaboratively with a range of community service providers in the Hollywood area to coordinate and ensure tenants living in PATH Ventures Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) are stabilizing in housing, improving the quality of their lives, and integrating into the community. Case management services will office at the PATH Ventures Villas at Gower office, however services will take place across the community: in tenant’s homes, at local resources and assets, and in the Hollywood community.  

 

15. Case Manager, Navigator II Healthy Connections JR#273 - PATH

This position will work as part of a newly funded program providing Intensive Case Management Services (ICMS) to homeless individuals with chronic medical conditions and co-occurring disorders, who are frequent utilizers of the Department of Health Services (DHS) hospital and outpatient system. This position is responsible for providing field based, direct client services alongside a team of case managers, housing locators, community providers, including DHS as the referring entity. Intensive case management services include, but are not limited to, outreach/ engagement, case management assessment and service planning, mainstream entitlement application, PHA subsidy and other county subsidy application, housing location, coordinating needed health services, and addressing all psychosocial service needs to stabilize clients in housing, reduce functional, health and mental health barriers, and promote recovery and community integration. This position will rotate through an after-hours response schedule as part of the services offered by the team. This position will work out of the PATH Regional Homeless Center office, as well as work in the field providing services in clients’ homes, shelters, on the streets, in DHS facilities or wherever clients are residing throughout LA County. PATH encourages candidates with lived experience in homelessness, recovery from mental health or substance use issues to apply. Compensation for this position ranges $35,000.00-$50,000.00 DOE 

 

16. Case Manager, Navigator II Interim Housing, Temporary JR#282 - PATH

The Case Manager 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. Interim housing clients are referred to as “guests” and provided with a home-like environment coupled with support and case management services to develop a plan to transition back into the community. The Case Manager works as part of a larger interim team and collaborates with other departments as new guests are admitted into Interim Housing. The Case Manager will assist these guests 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 Case Manager will provide individualized guest support throughout this entire journey by helping each guest develop a plan to address barriers, increase income, and secure and maintain permanent housing. As part of the plan, the Case Manager will identify each area in which guests 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 collaborate with the guests to make gains and achieve the outlined goals.  

 

17. Case Manager, Navigator II SSVF San Diego JR#309 - PATH San Diego

The Case Manager will work under the supervision of the Program Manager as part of the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program. This position requires the staff to complete in-reach (shelters, hospitals) and outreach by representing PATH to community stakeholders and SSVF participant candidates. The Case Manager works as part of a larger team and collaborates with other departments internal and external to PATH as new clients are admitted into SSVF. This 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 case manager will be responsible for using evidence-based practices in both individual and group settings to help clients reach their maximum success in housing.  

 

18. Case Manager, Navigator III SAMHSA at Del Rey JR#308 - PATH

The case manager will work with chronically homeless individuals with histories of mental health and substance use issues as part of the collaborative for the SAMHSA GBHI-SSH program. The case manager will provide recovery-oriented services, integrating evidenced-based practices which are effective with a chronically homeless population with co-occurring disorders. Such evidence-based practices include Housing First, Harm Reduction, Motivational Interviewing, Recovery Oriented Mental Health Services, Critical Time Intervention and Trauma Informed Care. This case manager will collaborate with a range of community service providers to coordinate and ensure residents of PATH Ventures Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) developments are stabilizing in housing, improving the quality of their lives, and integrating into the community. Case management services will be delivered across multiple PSH sites, in the clients’ homes, and in the community. This position will provide support for initial PSH building lease up activities such as conducting tenant eligibility screenings, supporting clients with collecting lease up documents, developing a transition plan to ensure a smooth transition to permanent housing, collaborating with property management as needed, and overall contributing to the development of service programming that best meet the mental health, substance abuse and functional needs of clients.  

 

19. Case Manager, Navigator III- WLA, Housing JR#303 - PATH

The Case Manager works with veterans as part of the Harm Reduction Interim Housing Program. Case management is recovery-oriented and integrates evidenced-based practices to assist individuals with long-term housing sustainability. The case manager works as part of a team with individuals on benefit enrollment and employment opportunities to increase income and linkages to community resources to decrease social isolation while addressing behavioral health and substance abuse needs throughout the process. This position is responsible for developing an Individualized Care Plan (ICP) with veterans upon intake to identify needed services and goals and direct care coordination while the veteran resides in the program. The case manager follows established low barrier guidelines to create a safe and stable environment for veterans entering the program. The case manager makes referrals as needed to harm reduction programs, transports veterans to appointments as requested in agency van and ensures veterans have access to supportive services as identified in the ICP (individual and group counseling, social skills training, family counseling, etc.). This position may also be responsible for assisting with navigator duties that include meal preparation, answering phones and assisting with general facility needs as they arise.  

 

20. Case Manger, Navigator II CES, Outreach JR#287 - PATH

The Case Manager, Navigator II will participate in daily street outreach to the homeless clients in the community they serve. Using the PATH street outreach integrated care approach, navigators will provide both outreach/engagement services and brief case management interventions to quickly assess and link clients to longer term housing, health, mental health and other supportive services. The Case Manger will attend and facilitate community meetings and work alongside community partners to ensure implementation of Coordinated Entry System (CES) across a specific geographic region. This person will also conduct outreach to local businesses and organizations provide referrals and linkages to necessary services, and transportation to clients accessing services.  

 

21. 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.  

 

22. Communications Associate JR#306 - PATH

The Communications Associate is responsible for implementing strategic communications efforts, assisting in the development and updating of communications plans, and supporting external and internal marketing and fundraising initiatives. The ideal candidate will be interested in long-term professional growth within the organization. 

 

23. Development Associate I JR#293 - PATH

The Development Associate will be responsible for achieving specific revenue goals, assist in overseeing a variety of development activities, to assist in ensuring the long-term sustainability and expansion of PATH. This position will support program activities and the expansion of PATH’s development initiatives, and community engagement activities. The primary job site will be PATH Los Angeles but this position will also be required to visit and work out of multiple program sites throughout California, as needed.  

 

24. Development Associate, Volunteers JR#304 - PATH

The Development Associate’s main responsibilities will be assisting in the oversight of all PATH families volunteer program activities, individual and group participants, PATH Cooks, Lunches for Bunches, hygiene kits, PATHFinders, and Welcome Home Program. This position will help support program and development activities, as well as volunteer and outreach programs to ensure long-term sustainability and expansion of PATH’s community volunteer initiatives. The primary job site will be PATH Los Angeles but this position will also be required to visit and work out of multiple program sites throughout California, as needed.  

 

25. Direct Care Monitor, Full Time JR#300 - PATH

The Direct Care Monitor will work in an interim housing setting to provide case management for high barrier veteran clients with a variety of complex health, functional and social needs who are entering our shelter 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 Direct Care Monitor works as part of a larger interim team and collaborates with other departments internal and external to PATH as new clients are admitted into the General Harm Reduction Interim Housing Program. This role will work as part of a case management team to assist individuals break 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 Direct Care Monitor will provide individualized client support by helping to develop a plan to address barriers, increase income, and be able to secure and maintain permanent housing .  

 

26. Direct Care Monitor, Part Time JR#286 - PATH

The Direct Care Monitor will work in an interim housing setting to provide case management for high barrier veteran clients with a variety of complex health, functional and social needs who are entering our shelter 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 Direct Care Monitor works as part of a larger interim team and collaborates with other departments internal and external to PATH as new clients are admitted into the General Harm Reduction Interim Housing Program. This role will work as part of a case management team to assist individuals break 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 Direct Care Monitor will provide individualized client support by helping to develop a plan to address barriers, increase income, and be able to secure and maintain permanent housing .  

 

27. Employment Services Coordinator JR#274 - PATH

The Employment Services Coordinator (ESC) is responsible for helping PATHFinders and SSVF program participants find and retain sustainable employment opportunities. The ESC orients new participants, conducts workshops, and provides ongoing employment-related case management and retention support to clients as they reenter the workforce. Additionally, the ESC networks with employers to identify job opportunities for clients. 

 

28. Housing Locator, Navigator II SSVF JR#284 - PATH

The Housing Specialist works with homeless veterans and families as part of the SSVF program to identify and transition into a full range of permanent housing opportunities, including individual apartments and shared housing. The Housing Specialist will work as part of a team to support the housing needs of veterans in the SSVF program. The Housing Specialist works closely with landlords to identify units as well as transporting veterans to look at units and complete applications. The Housing Specialist also completes home visits as needed once individuals are housed and maintains contact with the landlord to provide ongoing support. 

 

29. Housing Navigator I, Outreach San Diego JR#317 - PATH San Diego

The Housing Navigator will identify and build rapport with homeless individuals and families living on the street or in vehicles. The Housing Navigator will assist clients in breaking the cycle of homelessness by moving from the street to interim housing, accessing necessary social services, and rapidly obtaining permanent housing. The Navigator will provide individualized client support throughout this entire journey by helping each client develop an individualized service plan to address any barriers to obtaining and maintaining permanent housing. This includes linking with services to increase income (employment or benefit enrollment), identifying a medical home, as well as accessing substance use and mental health resources as needed. As part of the plan, the Navigator in conjunction with the client will identify each area clients will need assistance to accomplish the outlined goals and objectives. The Housing Navigator will work closely as part of the PATH outreach team to track homeless trends and work with the community to identify solutions.  

 

30. Managing Director, Real Estate Development, JR#305 - PATH Ventures

The Managing Director of Real Estate Development will leverage their skills and experience in affordable housing best practices to take a significant leadership role in the creation of Housing First communities for the formerly homeless. The Managing Director oversees the real estate development activities of PATH Ventures and supervises and trains the real estate development staff.  

 

31. Mental Health Specialist, Navigator III- Street Outreach JR#291 - PATH

The Navigator III, Mental Health Specialist will conduct street outreach to the homeless clients in West Hollywood, Hollywood and Silver Lake areas with flexibility to support other outreach teams in other contracted areas of LA County as needed. Using the PATH street outreach integrated care approach; this position will enhance existing outreach services to provide clinical and mental health interventions appropriate to the client’s mental health and substance abuse needs. This position will conduct crisis and mental health assessments in the field, coordinate with community mental health and substance use treatment providers to link clients to urgent and longer term mental health and substance use treatment services, work with law enforcement and local hospitals around involuntary hospitalizations and safety issues.  

 

32. Preschool Teacher JR#307 - PATH Gramercy

The Gramercy Child Care Center is a community based social service agency serving Los Angeles. The Center is a warm and safe environment designed to meet the emotional, physical, intellectual and social needs of the children we serve. The Teacher position is integral to each child’s success. Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor and/or Lead Teacher, the Teacher will work as a member of the classroom team providing a full day program for a classroom of either toddlers or pre-school age children. 

 

33. Program Manager, Navigator III FSC JR#315 - PATH

The Family Solutions Center (FSC) Program serves families with children who are literally homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. The FSC 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, physical and mental health care, and other supportive services. Homeless families in SPA 4 are referred to the FSC through 2-1-1 and other community-based organizations for assessment. These families will require a triage of needs and targeted services, with the goal of returning them to permanent housing as quickly as possible. This position is responsible for creating housing opportunities for PATH clients by building and maintaining relationships with landlords/management firms/property owners that will consider placement of a high-barrier population. This position requires extensive coordination with multiple components within PATH including case managers, housing locators, and outside social services to facilitate optimum outcomes for families and individuals moving into permanent housing. Must be able to coordinate services with the housing team and provide guidance, direction, and support. The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that the program in operated in compliance with all contractual requirements including but not limited to reporting, program rules and standards.  

 

34. Program Manager, Navigator III Healthy Connections JR#301 - PATH

The SPA 7 CES/ Gateway Connections Manager assists in the design and implementation of our Coordinated Entry Systems /Gateway Connections program in Service Planning Area 7 / Gateway Cities. 

 

35. Project Manager, Program Administration JR#311 - PATH

The Project Manager will assist the department with the oversight of special projects and programs. This will include the day to day management of PATH’s tenant-based Section 8 voucher allocation with the City and County Housing Authorities and management of PATH’s temporary financial assistance program that provides PATH clients with temporary rental subsidies and move in assistance through collaboration with various city and county departments. Additionally, the Project Manager will work closely with the department to assist with implementation of program development and evaluation strategies across the entire agency. 

 

36. Regional Manager Navigator III, SSVF JR#298 - PATH

The Regional Manager will work under the direction of the Associate Director to provide administrative supervision and case consultation for Supportive Services Veterans Family (SSVF) staff. The Regional manager will be expected to attend and present at community meetings, outreach to local businesses and organizations, and develop weekly and as needed client progress reports. The Regional 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. The Regional 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. Use evidenced-based practice models such as Critical Time Intervention, trauma-informed models, and motivational interviewing for substance abuse treatment.  

 


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.
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