MI Case Manager IIState of North DakotaBismarck, NDbachelor's degree in social work, psychology, nursing, sociology, counseling, human development, special education, child development and family science, human resource management (human service track), criminal justice, occupational therapy, communication science/disorders or vocational rehabilitation, and two years of experience working with special population groups in a direct care setting
Intern Office of the GovernorState of North DakotaBismarck, NDWe make a difference by working to keep citizens safe, supporting the vulnerable, educating our future leaders, serving as responsible stewards of our resources, assisting with public policy, improving the quality and length of life, and much more Salary Hiring Range - $12-$16 per hour Summary of Work This internship is an opportunity to contribute across many functions in our office including policy research, communications, projects, boards and commissions and constituent services. Full-time
Eligibility WorkerState of North DakotaJamestown, NDMinimum Qualifications Eligibility Worker I require the qualifications as listed for the "Eligibility Worker Technician Under-fill" below, plus one year of work experience determining eligibility in a Human Service Zone in one of the following economic assistance programs: TANF, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Foster Care, Medicaid, or LIHEAP, OR Eligibility Worker Associate Degree offered at Bismarck State College. Full-time
Community Corrections Case ManagerState of North DakotaDickinson, NDIncumbent must be licensable as a ND Peace Officer under North Dakota Century Code Chapter 12-63 and may attend a basic peace officer training program recognized by the ND Peace Officers and Training Board (POST Board) ensuring authorization to perform the peace officer duties of a Parole and Probation Officer in accordance with North Dakota Century Code Section 12-59-20. Full-time
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