The North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities (NDCPD) at MSU is a university center of excellence focused on research, training, education, and services for persons with developmental disabilities. We are a "soft-money" agency and have experienced significant success recently in our grant writing efforts and need to expand our team of professionals.
We are looking for Project Coordinators, multiple positions. Chosen applicants in these positions will be responsible for coordinating technical assistance, training and research activities under the guidance of Project Directors. Positions require a bachelor's degree in a human service related field (education, social work, psychology, etc.); master's degrees preferred. Position also requires work experience in disability topics. The three grant-funded projects we're recruiting applicants for are listed below:
The ASTEP (Adult Student Transition Education Program) project needs an individual to support young adults with intellectual disabilities in an inclusive postsecondary education program at MSU. For more information, call Amy Armstrong, Project Director at 800-233-1737.
The MFP (Money Follows the Person) project needs an individual to work on housing issues for people with disabilities for the Minot region. For more information, call Cheryl Merck, Project Director at 800-233-1737.
The ASPIRE project needs an individual to connect youth with disabilities with appropriate services for better quality of life and employment outcomes as they transition into adulthood. For more information, call Tom Alexander, Project Director at 800-233-1737.