Job Posting Description, Coordinator of Student Enrollment & Attendance
Contact Information
Human Resources Department
215 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (4th Floor)
South Bend, IN 46601
574-393-6000
staffing@sbcsc.k12.in.us
 
Job Locations
Administration Building
 
Application Open: 04/27/2021, Filing Deadline: (none)
 
Available Jobs
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128 Coordinator of Student Enrollment & Attendance
Position Title:        Coordinator of Student Enrollment and Attendance     

Salary Range:        $50,000- $60,000  

Contract Length:    July 1 - June 30

Immediate
Supervisor:            Director of School Learning- Student Enrollment

Basic Function: 
 
The Coordinator of Student Enrollment and Attendance will be responsible for ensuring that resources, services, and supports are provided to our students most in need.  The primary tasks will be working with staff, students and families to ensure that students have access to quality instruction, and are successful in securing the skills necessary to meet their postsecondary goals and aspirations.  The Coordinator will work with building administrators in ensuring enrollment and attendance data is accurate and state and federal reports are completed in a timely manner. Daily, the coordinator will focus on outreach to students who fail to have successful attendance of 90% or less, and/or who have chosen to withdraw from school.  The coordinator of enrollment and attendance will support summer initiatives to increase district enrollment and support the marketing of all school programs.
 
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
 
  1. Lead the development of district policies and procedures to address chronic absenteeism, and effectively communicate policies to school and district stakeholders. 
  2. Facilitate school and district official count reports for state and federal requirements, and ensure district procedures comply with all
  3. Collaborate with school administration and counselors to identify students who are struggling with regular attendance. 
  4. Facilitate and participate in student outreach that involves home visits, community partnership development, and parent communication and conferences as needed
  5. Align services and supports with community service centers such as the Department of Family and Children (DCS) and the CASIE Center
  6. Leverage district and community resources and partnerships to support students who have withdrawn, or on the verge of high school dropout, in re-engaging in various educational programs and opportunities
  7. Develop a strong understanding of Graduation Pathways  and Indiana graduation requirements
  8. Cultivate a strong relationship with various adult learning programs, including Adult Education administration
  9. Prepare and present reports to stakeholder groups including, but not limited to: School Board, superintendent, principals as directed
  10. Support recruitment and marketing efforts for magnet and speciality education programming across the district
  11. Collaborate with Master Compliance Project Manager in monitoring enrollment and application demographics and ensuring compliance with federal Consent Decree guidelines. 
  12. Collaborate with higher education institutions to support students with postsecondary opportunities
  13. Establish communication pipelines with all necessary departments to facilitate the success of all students
  14. Work closely with Student Services and the Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity assistant superintendent to focus on support structures for students of color.
  15. Other duties as assigned by supervisor and/or superintendent
 
Qualifications: 
 
Master’s degree preferred; with experience working with high school curriculum, counseling, and graduation requirements; Experience working with diverse populations. Experience working with community agencies and groups. Experience with the day-to-day operation of schools. Strong knowledge of child development. Demonstrated skill in building relationships, trust, and respect; Creative and imaginative approach to problems. Ability to work effectively with individuals and groups; Strong speaking and writing abilities.
 
Physical Demands:
 
Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard and other technologies and office equipment, sitting, standing and walking for extended periods of time; kneeling; bending at the waist; lifting; pushing; pulling and carrying equipment, supplies and materials weighing up to 25 pounds; repetitive hand movement and fine coordination to use a computer keyboard; emotional stability to work effectively under pressure and to keep all aspects of the job under control; hearing and speaking to exchange information in person or on the telephone; seeing to read; prepare and assure the accuracy of documents.
 
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