The growth of CAMD's research program over the last several years, in particular following the commissioning of a 7 T wiggler, has produced a demand for both higher beam brightness and flux density. Consequently, new insertion devices, such as a multi-pole wiggler (MPW), are being considered. A proposal has been submitted to the National Science Foundation for the funding of an MPW which would replace the existing 7 T wavelength shifter. The outline specification for this device is presented and also results of tests of modified optics for the CAMD storage ring which will be needed to accommodate the MPW. The modified optics have a reduced vertical aperture requirement of 20 mm at the location of the MPW.