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Position: Part Time Hire for Tech Support
NDCPD at Minot State University his looking for some to fill a position to provide Windows Desktop and basic networking support to our office staff. SQL experience would be nice but not required.

Deadline to Apply: Until Filled
Salary: Negotiable
Hours: 10-15 per week, times flexible

Interested? Apply with ...
Susie Mack at NDCPD, Memorial Hall 203
701-858-3009 or 701-721-3567


Position: Research Associate
Date Posted: March 23, 2015
Position #100992, Job Category 2421
50-100% FTE negotiable, 12-month position,
Exempt, Benefited position

Deadline: April 6, 2015

Position Description: This grant-funded position within NDCPD will provide a specified level of work performance on assigned NDCPD project(s) and contract(s) under the direction and guidance of NDCPD's Executive Leadership team and/or assigned Project Director(s). The duties in the list below and level of responsibility of those duties will vary depending on the project and assignments.

Specifically, this position will work on NDCPD's ASPIRE North Dakota Project; see www.ASPIREWEST.org. This position will be a Case Manager for the ASPIRE ND Project. The Case Manager will be responsible to provide case management services for the ASPIRE project. The case manager will work with other ASPIRE ND staff to recruit and enroll youth and their families into the project , and work directly with youth and families in the treatment group, conducting an assessment, developing a plan and delivering interventions in partnership with vocational rehabilitation and education personnel, other public agencies and community organizations. The case manager will implement strict ASPIRE protocols for enrolment and delivery of interventions, documenting all interactions, interventions and referrals. The case manager will complete reporting in a secure and confidential management information system. In the first year, the case manager position will focus on recruitment and enrollment, shifting to delivery and facilitation of interventions.

In addition, the person hired for this position will be expected to participate in grant writing activities and NDCPD's Theme Team activities. The grant writing activities are intended to develop future funding resources for NDCPD to further the disability research, services, training and technical assistance components of NDCPD. The Theme Team activities are designed to accomplish NDCPD goals and provide input for the future direction of NDCPD.

Selection Criteria: This position requires

Application Process: Submit MSU application, resume, and references to:

Apply to: Human Resources Office
Minot State University
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
or 2nd Floor, Administration Bldg
701-858-4610
701-858-3686 (Fax)



Position: Early Interventionist
Date Posted: February 20, 2015
Position #12722, Job Family 2421
12-month position, Full-time, Exempt
Special Contract

Deadline: March 6, 2015

Position Description: The Minot Infant Development program within NDCPD is recruiting for an Early Interventionist to provide early intervention services to families who have children with developmental delays, are at risk for delays or are medically at-risk infant and toddlers from birth through 2. Specific responsibilities are listed below.

Provide Early Intervention Services to families of children enrolled in the Infant Development Program

Participate in Trans-disciplinary Infant Development Team

Complete individual family service plan (IFSP) and reviews for children on assigned caseload

Evaluate the overall developmental skills of infants and toddlers

This position will require instate travel primarily within the Minot Region as well as some North Dakota travel. Participation in revenue development for continued program longevity is anticipated.

Selection Criteria: Requires a bachelor's degree in early childhood special education/development or a related discipline; master's degree preferred. Requires knowledge and experience working with children with disabilities and their families. Must be able to operate standard office equipment including personal computers and standard office software. Must have excellent communication skills. Applicants must have a valid driver's license and satisfy a criminal history background check prior to employment.

Application Process: Submit MSU application, resume, and references to:

Apply to: Human Resources Office
Minot State University
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
or 2nd Floor, Administration Bldg
701-858-4610
701-858-3686 (Fax)