Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in joining Pathways to Housing DC. We are always looking for talented individuals to join our team! 

To apply for any of the below openings please submit your resume online or email a cover letter and resume to hr@pathwaysdc.org.  No phone inquiries, please.

Pathways to Housing DC is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to afford equal employment opportunity 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 consider lived experience with homelessness and/or mental health challenges to be an asset.

The CABHI Outreach and Engagement Specialist is a member of the ACT team responsible for providing individually tailored services in such areas as health, wellness, recovery, social supports and housing assistance, as directed by the Team Leader. Approximately 75% of time will be spent in the community, directly providing services to persons living on the streets or in shelter. Candidates must be comfortable working in diverse settings, including shelters, streets, jails, hospitals, encampments, etc. While much of the work is independent and self-directed, there is also a strong team dynamic. Shift schedules will generally include hours between 7am-7pm, Monday through Friday, but schedules will be flexible to accommodate the needs of the community and may include early morning or overnight shifts (especially during hypothermia season). Successful candidates are committed to ending homelessness and have a fundamental belief that hope and recovery are always possible.
The SOAR Outreach Benefits Specialist is part of a larger homeless outreach program at Pathways to Housing DC. The homeless outreach program is comprised of public and private partnerships to operate various street outreach teams throughout the city whose goals are to engage, support, and combat homelessness for individuals living in DC. Our outreach staff work to build trust with those experiencing homelessness first by helping to meet basic needs (including food, clothing, showers, laundry, transportation, identification, etc.). Then, they partner with each individual to access housing, employment, benefits, medical care, mental health care, substance abuse treatment, and other services.
The Case Manager for the Downtown Day Services Center will be responsible for providing outreach and support services both at the center and at times in the community. He or she will provide brief therapeutic interventions and assessments, wraparound services not limited to entitlement counseling and linkages, daily living skills, and referral to mental health, health, and housing providers.
The Peer Support Specialist will utilize his or her lived experience of suffering from homelessness and recovery from mental illness and/or addiction, plus skills learned in formal training, to deliver services to consumers on the Pathways Service team. The Peer will function as a role model to peers; exhibit competency in personal recovery and use of coping skills; serve as a consumer advocate, and provide consumer information and peer support for clients working with the Pathways team.
The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for daily project oversight and the overall leadership of the Pathways team providing in-house clinical services to clients in the Downtown Day Services Center. This includes supervising the Pathways Service staff members, intake and assessment monitoring, coordinating with other agencies as necessary, tracking outcomes, managing the relationships and reporting to the BID’s as needed. S/he will be considered key staff. The Clinical Supervisor will communicate with the Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer to ensure that the timeline is followed, all milestones are met, all work is done within the parameters of the budget, and required reports are submitted.
The Registered Nurse (RN) is an integral part of the trans-disciplinary ACT team, providing primary health care to consumers in order to promote wellness, recovery and rehabilitation.
The Homeless Outreach Specialist is a part of a larger outreach department at Pathways to Housing DC. This program - which is comprised of public and private partnerships - operates multiple street outreach teams whose goals are to engage, support, and combat homelessness for individuals living downtown. This outreach team is funded by the Downtown DC Business Improvement District (BID) and the Golden Triangle BID. Our outreach staff works to build trust with those experiencing homelessness.
Pathways DC is looking for Certified Addictions Counselors (CAC) to work as an Addictions Specialist on our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams.
The Service Coordinator works in collaboration with the trans-disciplinary team (including Psychiatrist, nurses, addictions counselors, and peers) and provides ACT services for all clients on the team in a compassionate and responsible manner. All services consumers are consumer-driven and recovery-focused.
The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is an integral part of the trans-disciplinary Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team, providing psychiatric care to clients in order to promote wellness, recovery and rehabilitation.
The Clinical Supervisor serves an important role in the delivery of services to our target population.
The Urgent Care Clinic (UCC) is a collaborative effort between Pathways to Housing DC, the DC Department of Behavioral Health, and the DC Superior Court. The goal of the UCC is to create immediate access to integrated addiction and mental health services and establish linkages to long-term community behavioral health providers to ensure effective treatment alternatives to clients.