Identification and Recruitment Coordinator

Description of Work

 *Salary Grade: 77* Recruitment Range: $52,551 - $73,970*

The Identification and Recruitment (ID&R) Coordinator's principal duty is the provision of technical assistance to recruiters and local educational agencies (LEAs) in the identification and enrollment of students and youth who qualify for the Migrant Education Program (MEP).  The ID&R Coordinator reports recruitment leads and networking opportunities to local and regional MEP staff.  It is the Coordinator's responsibility to update the MEP workforce on regulatory and non-regulatory guidance, federal registrar amendments, and other information impacting MEP students and youth.  The maintenance of the ID&R and Certificate of Eligibility (COE) manuals is also the obligation of the Coordinator including the timely training of MEP recruiters on these and other areas of ID&R.  Each year, the Coordinator re-interviews a sample of statewide MEP youth and families in order to verify that they meet eligibility criteria and that the information recorded on the COE is accurate and adequate.  The ID&R Coordinator supervises four regional recruiters, recruits MEP students/youth in the Central Region of North Carolina, and verifies regional enrollment of eligible students.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies

The Identification and Recruitment (ID&R) Coordinator should be knowledgeable in the eligibility requirements for the Migrant Education Program (MEP).  Effective communication and organization skills are necessary in order to provide technical assistance and training for MEP staff as well as, manage the implementation of the program in North Carolina.  It is important for the Coordinator to have the ability to detect errors and problems related to eligibility and data collection in an educational program.  The Coordinator needs to be competent in supervising staff and collaborating with employees and agencies who are working with MEP students/youth.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements

A qualified candidate will have a Master's degree in school administration, business administration, or public administration and four years of administrative experience preferably in education, at the local, state, or federal level; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

A strong candidate will have four years of specifically related experience in a federal education program.  A competitive candidate will speak fluent Spanish.

Supplemental and Contact Information

All employment history MUST be included in the Work Experience section of your application as it is critical to our screening and salary determination process. Any information omitted from the application but included in the resume (text or attached) WILL NOT be considered as qualifying experience.

Questions about this job? Please contact the DPI HR Department at 919-807-3393.