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PATH Manager

Job Type: Professional

  • Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the PATH grant including programming and personnel.
  • Supervise professional as well as graduate student employees to ensure the goals and objectives of the grant are achieved.
  • Be involved in all aspects of the grant from providing case management to supervising case managers; monitoring schedules; working collaboratively with Nursing and Allied Health faculty and staff and other College office personnel; networking with agencies; providing outreach and recruitment to area district high schools and businesses; collecting data for reports and ensuring grant reporting compliance.
  • Each member of the grant staff, including the PATH Manager, will be actively engaged in recruitment and retention of students in the College’s nursing and allied health programs, specifically focused on students who are low-income, first generation, minority, and entry-level/incumbent workers.
  • Providing support and advocacy for the PATH team by overseeing referral of services such as housing, medical care, counseling, education, childcare, or job training for students.
  • Serving as a liaison between the PATH team, students, and community resources.
  • Serving as a liaison between the PATH team, students, and college resources/offices.
  • Coordinating services with other agencies to ensure that the student receives the care they need.
  • Providing training to PATH team members on department policies and procedures.
  • Ensuring that the PATH team is performing their job duties correctly and efficiently.
  • Reviewing and overseeing case files to ensure that the student is receiving appropriate care and/or services.
  • Overseeing case managers and the PATH team to ensure that they are meeting standards of performance.
  • Referring complaints from the student or other service providers regarding standard of care to the Director of Nursing.
  • Develop intake and tracking processes.
  • Uphold and enforce professional ethics.
  • Submit timely internal and grant reporting to the Director of Nursing.
  • Assist with student recruitment and retention.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Duties must be performed on John A. Logan College campus or designated locations.

Required Qualifications

  • Masters in Social Work or other human services field, or will obtain master’s degree in a human services field within 4 months of hire
  • Three years of human service field experience 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
  • Five years or greater professional experience
  • Familiarity with the Illinois Community College System and/or community college setting
  • Five years’ post-graduate experience in education, healthcare, public health, or medical social work
  • Staff supervision/management
  • Grant reporting and grant data collection experience
  • Strong community collaboration and/or referral network
  • Outreach and community development skills
  • Public speaking skills

Deadline to Apply: Open until filled 

Type of Position: Full-time; Grant; Professional Staff; Level 2

Funding Source: The expected end date of this position is June 30, 2023, but could be extended contingent

    upon grant funding. 

Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday (some evenings and weekends will be required) 

Salary range starts at: $60,000

Send a John A. Logan College Non-Teaching Professional application (PDF) resume and copy of all transcripts to or mail it to the address listed below.

John A. Logan College
Office of Human Resources Room C116
700 Logan College Drive
Carterville, IL 62918