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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: The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is an integral part of our clinical services team, providing psychiatric care to participants in order to promote wellness, recovery and rehabilitation within the Harm Reduction Model.  Responsibilities are implemented within the framework of agency policy, professional ethics and regulatory guidelines. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner may be assigned to more than one team and collaborates with Integrated Care and Housing First staff to ensure optimal use of psychiatric time in meeting goals and objectives.

Position Summary: The Behavioral Health Therapist provides individual and group therapy in a Community setting to adults with severe and persistent mental illness and addiction disorders utilizing evidence based practices. Provides person-centered, respectful, individualized, strengths based and mission driven care. The candidate needs to be flexible to meet the individual with where they are at in their recovery and collaborates with team members. Completes paperwork and documents all encounters, including therapy notes and treatment plans, in the Credible EHR system.

Position Summary:   The Office Manager is responsible for all administrative functions at PFB. S/he is tasked with purchasing equipment and supplies and scheduling tasks that facilitate a clean, welcoming environment where people have the tools they need to do their jobs. S/he provides operating support to the leadership of the Philadelphia Furniture Bank (PFB) to ensure its efficient operations.  
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Position Summary: The Certified Peer Specialist is a member of the non-fidelity Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team who provides flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community integration of formerly homeless individuals who have a mental illness and may abuse substances.  The CPS works with individuals in their community environment assisting them in their recovery through self disclosure, instilling a sense of hope, encouragement, and vision in the future.
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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