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Position: Research Associate
Date Posted: July 14, 2014
Position #12637, Job Category 2421
Full-time, 12-month position
Exempt

Deadline: July 25, 2014

Salary: Minimum Annual Salary: $40,200 annually plus benefits (benefits include health insurance with premiums paid, employer-funded retirement plan, and paid annual and sick leave)

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.

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)



ND Senior MedicarePatrol (SMP) has an opening for a part-time Regional Volunteer Coordinator.
The SMP program at Minot State University has an opening for a Regional Volunteer Coordinator in the Williston (Region I) area who will recruit and train senior volunteers to help Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries become better health care consumers. Duties include outreach education, working one-on-one with Medicare/Medicaid beneficiaries, and volunteer management.

Submit resume and/or MSU Student Application to brenda.munson@minotstateu.edu or mail to Brenda Munson at:

Minot State University/NDCPD
500 University Ave West
Minot ND 58707

If questions about the position, call 1-800-233-1737 and ask for Brenda Munson.



Position: Early Interventionist/Speech Language Pathologist
Date Posted: 3-12-14
Position #27979, Job Category 3315
12-month position, Full-time, Exempt

Deadline: March 31, 2014

Salary: Minimum Annual Salary: $40,000 plus benefits (Benefits include health insurance w/premiums paid, retirement plan, & paid annual and sick leave)

Position Description: This position is part of the NDCPD and is grant-funded. The primary purpose of this position is 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 age two years via NDCPD's Infant Development Programs. Responsibilities include:

  1. Provide speech language pathology and early intervention services to families of children enrolled in the program:
    • Conduct and compile evaluations and provide consultations to children
    • Schedule and participate in home visits based on the needs of the child and his/her family
    • Assist parents in carrying out activities needs identified in the child's Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)
    • Provide pertinent information to the families regarding child development and the needs of the individual child
    • Record data on child performance and update the implemented program
    • Coordinate home visitors questions and concerns
  2. Take part in Trans-disciplinary Infant Development Team
    • Attend scheduled staff meetings to discuss the needs of individual children
    • Provide information regarding cognitive, social and educational development of individual children
    • Receive information regarding motor, language and the medical needs of individual children
    • Involve other team members in periodic home visits to children to receive their professional input
  3. Complete individual family service plan (IFSP) and reviews for children on assigned caseload
    • Compile evaluation information into an evaluation report for distribution
    • Facilitate ISFP meeting and complete written IFSP document
    • Participation in transition activities
  4. Evaluate the overall developmental skills of infants and toddlers
    • Assess infants and toddlers who are referred to the Infant Development Program for evaluation
    • Participate in annual assessment on all children prior to the development of an annual ISFP
    • Complete reports containing results of given assessments
    • Administer a variety of assessments and select those which are appropriate to administer and provide recommendations
  5. Participate in Grant Development

Selection Criteria: Requires a master's degree in Speech Language Pathology and/or Early Childhood. The position 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, have excellent communication skills and a valid driver's license and successfully satisfy a criminal background check.

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

Apply to: NDCPD, Attn: Susie Mack
Minot State University
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
or susie.mack@minotstateu.edu
(701) 858-3580
Memorial Hall, Room 203 (Fax)



Position: Part-time Regional Volunteer Coordinator
Date Posted: 1-10-14

The Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) program at Minot State University has an opening for a Regional VolunteerCoordinator in the Williston (Region I) area who will recruit and train senior volunteers to help Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries become better health care consumers. Duties include outreach education, working one-on-one with Medicare/Medicaid beneficiaries, and volunteer management.

Submit resume and/or MSU Student Application to brenda.munson@minotstateu.edu or mail to Brenda Munson at:

If questions about the position, call 1-800-233-1737 and ask for Brenda Munson.