Case Manager
On Call
Posted on 3/22/2024
People Assisting The Homeless (PATH)

501-1,000 employees

Provides affordable housing and supportive services to combat homelessness.
Company Overview
PATH distinguishes itself as a leader in addressing homelessness through its comprehensive approach, offering a wide range of services from prevention and outreach to employment assistance and housing. The company's commitment to creating affordable homes, coupled with supportive services, demonstrates a sustainable and effective solution to homelessness. Additionally, PATH's culture of community involvement, as evidenced by events like their Annual Jazz Night, fosters a supportive environment for both employees and clients.
Social Impact

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

1984

Headquarters

Los Angeles, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

7%

1 year growth

15%

2 year growth

15%
Locations
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
CategoriesNew
Customer Success & Support
Customer Experience
Customer Support
Requirements
  • Analytical Skills and Attention to Detail
  • Collaboration and Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Ethics and Boundaries
  • Flexibility and Adaptability
  • Two (2) years of experience in healthcare, case management, homeless services or working with vulnerable populations or a related field
  • Employment eligibility verification
  • CPR/First Aid training
  • Tuberculosis Test
  • Background Screening
  • Drug Test
  • Reliable transportation
  • Valid driver's license
  • Proof of insurance and ownership for personal vehicles used during work duties
  • Ability to qualify for PATH's insurance coverage
  • Authorized to work for any employer in the U.S.
Responsibilities
  • Conducts intake and individualized needs assessment for all clients and collaborates to develop Individualized Service Plan (ISP) that addresses housing goals, maintaining/increasing income and other personal goals identified by the client including medical, mental health, substance use, financial resources, vocational, and social support needs
  • Provides referrals, linkages, information, and support to resources that help clients to achieve their ISP goals
  • Completes program specific assessments (e.g. VI-SPDAT)
  • Evaluates strengths and challenges to addressing short term and long-term goals, conducts a 90-day review with the client after initial intake
  • Maintains documentation standards as required by the Program and PATH policies, including completing case file notes in a timely manner and maintains a complete, accurate, and current client file with all required documents