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Career Opportunities

Freedom Resource Center for Independent Living, a disability rights organization, now hiring for two positions:

1.)  Independent Living Advocate/Accessibility Specialist in Fargo, ND Full-time with Benefits.

Duties will be:

  • Provide information and technical assistance related to home or business accessibility and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.
  • Conduct on-site assessments and write reports.
  • Provide information and training on the ADA.
  • Coordinate ramp program.

Other duties include but are not limited to skills training and advocacy for people with disabilities, information and referral, and outreach.  Preferred qualifications: knowledge and experience with disability-related services.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills essential. Travel and reliable transportation required.

Interested applicants please email cover letter and resume to:

Angie Bosch – with subject “Resume for Independent Living Advocate/Accessibility Specialist”

Position open until filled. Persons with disabilities encouraged to apply.


2.) Independent Living Advocate in Wahpeton, ND Full-time with Benefits.

Duties will be to assist individuals’ transitioning from nursing homes to the community of their choice, provide advocacy for people with disabilities, information and referral, along with outreach.  Candidates should have knowledge with community-based services and disability-related issues.  Strong communication skills essential. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Must be able to travel within Richland County in ND and Wilkin County in MN.  Bachelor’s degree in social work or related human service field preferred. Physical requirements-sedentary position with occasional lifting to 50 pounds.   

Interested applicants email cover letter and resume to:

Jana Johnson at with subject “Resume for Independent Living Advocate.” 

Candidates will not be considered without cover letter and resume.  

Position is open until filled.  Qualified individuals with disabilities encouraged to apply.