The Pathway Homes employee family includes more than 100 members. Most staff members are a part of the clinical team, providing direct client services or supervision. Other employees include accountants, housekeepers, food services workers, maintenance technicians, and office or professional support. Pathways also benefits from the involvement of volunteers. To learn more about current needs for volunteer help, please go to our Volunteering page.
Pathways offers an excellent benefits package including health care, vacation and retirement to full-time (30 or more hours a week) employees. All employees must possess a good driving record and pass a criminal background check. Pathway Homes celebrates diversity and is an equal opportunity employer and complies with the Americans With Disabilities Act. Pathway Homes practices recovery-based services and employs consumers of mental health services whenever possible. Consumers are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply:
Preferred: Email your resume (or summary of qualifications) and a cover letter to: Resume Roster.
Please include the job title in the subject line of your email.
Or you may mail to:
Pathway Homes, Inc.
10201 Fairfax Boulevard, Suite 200
Fairfax, VA 22030
Or fax to: (703) 876-0394
Current job openings include:
A full time Project Director position, deployed to the Gartlan Mental Health Center in South County, is immediately available. Responsibilities include the supervision, development and delivery of a range of dual diagnosis residential case management and skill building support services to individuals in the community.
Required Qualifications: Licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia, or license-eligible in Social Work, Psychology or a related field. A minimum of three years’ experience in direct work with individuals with severe and persisted mental illness and substance abuse. A minimum of one year’s experience in clinical supervision and case management.
Preferred Qualifications: Three years’ experience in overall program management in similar program structured settings. Demonstrated knowledge of DBHDS regulations and Medicaid billing.
Apply on or before Friday, May 30, 2014.
Mental Health Counselor II
A full-time clinical position is immediately available providing case management and support services in the community to individuals with serious mental illness and substance use issues. The position requires excellent assessment, case management and crisis management skills. Candidates must possess a Masters degree in the human services field and have a minimum of one year of experience. Individuals with a relevant Bachelors degree and extensive experience in community case management with individuals with serious mental illness may also be considered.
Salary starts in the $40,000s with excellent benefits.
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR I
Both a full-time and a part-time clinical position are immediately available providing mental health support services in a community-based residential setting for adults with serious and persistent mental illness and/or dual diagnosis. This is a deployed position and has a Monday through Friday schedule. Bachelor’s degree required in psychology, social work or related field.
Consumers are strongly encouraged to apply.
Salary starts at $15.76 per hour. Excellent benefits for full-time staff.
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR I
A part-time (20-hour) clinical position is immediately available providing mental health support services at a 36-bed assisted living facility in Fairfax, VA for adults with serious mental illness. Starting day-time hours are flexible; this is a Monday-Friday position.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work or related field, and eligibility as a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP).
Salary starts at $15.76 per hour.
Awake Overnight Counselor
A full-time clinical position is immediately available in a 36-bed assisted living facility serving individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. This position is responsible for the safety and security of the facility and residents, oversight and assistance of residents in performing ADLs, administrative functions to support program operations, responding to crisis, and clinical documentation of events and interventions.
Requirements: Candidates must be capable of attending monthly staff meetings and be available for mandatory orientation trainings during day-time hours.
Salary starts at $28,366 annually.