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Pathways to Housing PA is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to afford equal employment opportunities to all individuals, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We are searching for highly committed individuals with diverse talents and skills.
 
 

Position Summary:   Service Coordinators are members of a non-fidelity Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team and work together to provide recovery oriented services in a flexible, compassionate, and responsible manner to formerly homeless individuals who have psychiatric disabilities and often abuse substances.  Service Coordinators maintain a primary caseload but also have a shared responsibility for all other participants on the team.  The Substance Use Specialist has lead responsibility for integrating recovery and treatment for substance abuse issues into the work of the Team and will work with individuals who have experienced homelessness to manage and reduce their addictions. The Substance Use Specialist will work closely with Pathways’ team of case managers in providing flexible, community-based services that are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community reintegration of formerly homeless individuals who have a mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. The Substance Use Specialist will bring expertise in the area of harm reduction and addictions counseling to the team.

Position Summary:  The Grant Accountant provides accounting support for government grants and billing. The position is responsible for monthly grant invoicing and fee billing, reconciling to identify errors or discrepancies and performing general ledger account analysis. In addition, performs data entry related to accurate billing, gathers support documentation, and enters participant or program results to various systems.  

Position Summary: Service Coordinators are members of a non-fidelity Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team and work together to provide recovery-oriented services in a flexible, compassionate, and responsible manner to formerly homeless individuals who have psychiatric disabilities and often abuse substances.  Service Coordinators maintain a primary caseload but also have a shared responsibility for all other participants on the team.  
 
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