Regional Summer Recruiter Migrant Education Program Services
Under direction, the Regional Summer Recruiter performs liaison functions with school districts, and other agencies as assigned in the collection and processing of data: responsible for the collection, processing, and validation of school district-submitted Certificates of Eligibility; responsible for providing analysis and interpretation of such data as required. The Regional Summer Recruiter will also coordinate the dissemination of services to identified students. Employee must be available beginning April 20th to attend mandatory training and end approximately April 24, 2015.
$14.00 per hour: The job is a 5 hour shift in the evenings and weekends with the possibility of more hours.
One year performing similar job duties desired.
Minimum education requirement:
Two (2) years of college is preferred. However, any combination of education, training, and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the above duties is acceptable.
Must maintain proof of privately owned automobile insurance and possess a valid California Motor Vehicle operator’s license.
Example of duties:
The Regional Summer Recruiter performs complex and technical clerical work involving a review and audit of a variety of materials and a thorough familiarity with policies, practices, and procedures pertaining to the unit work functions: reviews, audits, and monitors the development of a variety of technical reports and statistical data; locates and abstracts data from a variety of informational sources; devises forms to compile and abstract data and determines report formatting; answers technical questions concerning the word unit’s area of responsibility; types from rough drafts and notes using transcription and work processing equipment; organizes and coordinates the preparation of documents and records which may include forms, Certificates of Eligibility, Services Logs, Needs Assessments, and a variety of other materials; prepares indices and cross references information concerning a variety of files and records; initiates and receives telephone contacts regarding the functions of the work unit and pertaining to information obtainable only from the work unit; operates a computer terminal or Tablet PC to input and extract data from an automated information management, storage, and retrieval system; the Regional Summer Recruiter follows all federal and state regulations pertaining to the identification and recruitment of migrant children; visits homes, work sites, events and canvasses local areas to interview parents or guardians to determine student eligibility for the migrant program; records eligibility information for each eligible child on a Certificate of Eligibility (COE); collects reports and maintains educational and health data for identified students; attends training meetings, in-services, and workshops as scheduled; assists parents by providing information on supplementary programs provided by the school districts and by the Migrant Education Program; assists with the recruitment of parents for membership in Parent Advisory Council (PAC) and involvement in PAC activities; provides or facilitates supportive services to migrant children or to their families as necessary to enable migrant children to receive available services; completes all work accurately and promptly; travels, providing own transportation, throughout the assigned area: completes other duties as assigned.
Salvador Avalos (661) 636-4772
All candidates must file a Substitute/Temporary Classified Application and Supporting documentation with the Human Resources Department at the Kern County Superintendent of Schools Office, 1300 17th Street, Bakersfield, CA, 93301. Applications are available below, or at our offices.
Substitute /Temporary Classified Employment Application (may be downloaded at www.kern.org/hr/)