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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. 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. 

 

2. Associate Director of Clinical Services-JR#200 - PATH San Diego

This position will work under the Director of Programs as part of a new level of programming for homeless individuals with chronic medical conditions and co-occurring behavioral health disorders, who are high utilizers of the San Diego hospital and outpatient system. Responsibilities include administrative, clinical and supervisory oversight of a small team of staff as well as direct client services, including but not limited to, providing intensive case management services in an interim housing setting, contract and program reporting, training and oversight of chart documentation, and development of case management and community housing stabilization plans. This position provides training and education to all interim housing staff in the areas of mental health, crisis assessment and de-escalation, strengths-based case management planning, motivational interviewing and other evidenced based practices effective with a vulnerable, homeless population. This position also acts as a liaison with community and managed care providers, hospitals and other institutions looking to discharge clients into and an interim housing environment with wrap around case management, clinical and health services and supports available.  

 

3. Case Manager JR#239 - PATH

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.  

 

4. Case Manager JR#240 - PATH

The Interim Housing 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. 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 interim housing.  

 

5. Case Manager, Navigator I JR#231 - PATH Ventures

The case manager will work on-site at the La Kretz Villas and provide direct integrated case management service to tenants in the 48 permanent supportive housing units. Case management services include a range of intensive case management, mental health, and substance abuse treatment focused services to tenants in the PSH units. Case management services will be centered on a harm reduction and recovery focused approach. Services will be client-centered, mutually developed through an individualized service planning process and include strategies that reduce barriers and increase housing stabilization and independence. Case management services will work in collaboration with on-site service coordination staff and community providers. This position reports to the Director of Permanent Housing. 

 

6. 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. 

 

7. Case Manager, Navigator II-JR#218 - 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, 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 program provides 24/7/365 in-person and telephone response. 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.  

 

8. Case Manager, Navigator I-JR#217 - 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, 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 additionally focus on recovery-oriented community integration activities and interventions promoting housing stability, self- sufficiency and overall wellness for all clients in the program. This program provides 24/7/365 in-person and telephone response. 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 in the field providing services in clients’ homes, shelters, on the streets, in DHS facilities or wherever clients are residing throughout LA County. 

 

9. Clinical and Administrative Supervisor (LCSW)-JR#204 - 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. The Clinical and Administrative Supervisor will oversee a team of MSW and BA level case managers across multiple geographic regions. This position is directly responsible for clinical oversight and program administration of the VASH team, including but not limited to, collaborating and working with the appointed VA Liaison, interfacing with the public housing authorities assigned to the region/s, ensuring compliance with chart and clinical documentation, providing clinical oversight/supervision of case management staff and services, conducting individual and group supervision of ACSW’s and overall providing strategic guidance and leadership of the VASH program services.  

 

10. Employment Services Coordinator-JR#216 - PATH

The Employment Services Coordinator is responsible for creating job opportunities for participants and helping participants find and retain employment. The Employment Services Coordinator orients new participants, conducts workshops and provides on-going case management and retention support to clients as they re-enter the workforce. Additionally, this person networks with business leaders and employers to identify job opportunities for clients and creates new job opportunities. 

 

11. Family Response Team Specialist JR#230 - 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. Financial Assistance Coordinator JR#238 - PATH

PATH’s Direct Access to Supportive Housing (“DASH”) program provides financial assistance to chronically homeless households who are frequent users of the Department of Health Services or Department of Mental Health and transitioning into permanent housing. The Financial Assistance Coordinator is responsible for (1) intake of these referrals from appropriate agencies (2) working with referring case managers from these agencies to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance with program requirements (3) processing referrals according to PATH’s fiscal policies (4) tracking progress of referrals to ensure fulfillment of all components of the referrals (e.g., security deposit, furniture assistance, utility deposits) (5) providing internal and external financial and other reporting; and (6) keeping complete, accurate, and audit-ready files for all referrals. 

 

13. 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.  

 

14. Housing Locator, FSC JR#232 - 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.  

 

15. 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. 

 

16. 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. 

 

17. Navigator, Street Outreach- San Diego-JR#210 - PATH San Diego

The Street Outreach Navigator will identify and build rapport with homeless individuals and families living on the street or in vehicles. Navigators 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. Navigators will provide individualized client support throughout this entire journey by helping each client develop a plan to address their barriers, increase their income, and maintain and sustain permanent housing. 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, identifying subsidized housing, etc.) and the Street Outreach Navigator will take full responsibility for their clients’ success. 

 

18. Project Based Internship-JR#215 - PATH

PATH has an opportunity for a project based internship focused on Veteran policy initiatives. The project based intern will work closely with our Senior Leadership Team to develop a need based survey for homeless services providers throughout California. This opportunity includes evaluating survey results and making recommendations to the team on next steps based on the evaluation. The other main component of the project is researching sustainability models to identify best practices throughout the State.  

 


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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