Migrant Student Outreach/Recruiter

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $37,793.00
Maximum: $40,406.00
Details: This position is fulltime, 230 days per year, and pays $20.54 - $21.96 per hour depending on experience



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5825 Northeast Ray Circle
United States


NW Regional Education Service District is seeking a motivated individual to join our ELL/Migrant Program as a Migrant Recruiter. This position is responsible for seeking out and identifying children who potentially qualify for the program, completing the paperwork necessary to establish their eligibility and enrolling them in the program. This includes gathering the information needed to enroll them into the Oregon Migrant Student Information System (OMSIS). 

This position is fulltime, 230 days per year, and pays $20.54 - $21.96 per hour depending on experience.

QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Required 

- Bilingual - Must be able to read, write, and speak fluently in English and Spanish.

- High school graduate and/or equivalent with some experience in working with language minority and/or migrant population. 

- College graduates preferred.

- Able to work with diverse people, be patient and willing to help parents, and/or student with questions, and provide resources, etc.

- Able to travel and possess a valid Oregon State Driver's License and automobile insurance.

- Able to attend regional and state in-service training.

- Flexible, in order to work weekend and/or evening hours when needed.

- Able to complete accurate and timely reports.

- Ability to develop a liaison role between the home, school and community.


- Actively identify and recruit all eligible migrant children residing in the school district from 0 through 21 years of age. This includes, for example, surveying the area, establishing communication networks, establishing work relations with other community agency personnel, employers and social services.

- Complete, distribute and maintain a Certificate of Eligibility according to state/federal guidelines for each eligible migrant family immediately upon their arrival in the school district (regardless of whether students are in school or not). (The home visitor must be able to verify that the family has resided within their district boundaries for a minimum of 48 hours).

- Share information on eligibility of migrant families with preschool programs as appropriate.

- Provide assistance as a liaison between the home and school.

- Promote activities between students, parents, educators, and communities and assist schools and parents to organize and active Parent Advisory Committee (PAC).

- Share with migrant parents and students all school services/programs available to them. This includes, for example, the instructional program, OMSIS, accident insurance program, physical exams and alternative educational programs.

- Network with other agencies providing services to migrant students to ensure a coordinated service-delivery system.

- Refer migrant families to appropriate health, social or legal services in order to meet the needs of the migrant student's successful participation in school.

- Prepare documentation such as a home visitor log, which reflects major home visitor activities.

- Prepare a list, when applicable, of migrant dropout students to be placed on file at local Education Agency (LEA).

- Recruit out-of-school students into educational programs.


NWRESD offers employees a full range of benefits that can be viewed on our benefits page. Other benefits included such as resources to pursue Professional Development can be found in the current Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Level of Language Proficiency

Bilingual Spanish/English- Must be able to read, write, and speak fluently in English and Spanish.

Professional Level

Entry level

Minimum Education Required

2-year degree

How To Apply


http://www.nwresd.org > Jobs

To be considered, please apply at https://phl.applitrack.com/nwresd/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Classified