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MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF CHILDREN!

Are you looking for a rewarding career that gives back to the community? The Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) is recruiting for Child Support Attorneys. Each year our Child Support Professionals work with thousands of parents in San Bernardino County to help the children in our community receive the monetary support needed to thrive and prosper. Our mission is to partner with parents and the community in delivering reliable child support services, and each day presents a unique opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children. In our organization, we have a strong commitment to excellence and value integrity, innovation, transparency, and an environment of trust and respect. The leadership is committed to a strengths-based approach to employee development by focusing on leveraging natural talents and abilities.

WE ARE HIRING FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS:

Child Support Attorney I – is an entry level class in the Child Support Attorney Series, offering an exciting learning opportunity for a challenging career in family law and civil litigation. Attorneys in this class receive mentoring and guidance from higher level attorneys in the performance of their duties. As experience is gained, Attorneys I will receive more responsible and complex assignments with less supervision.

Child Support Attorney II – is the second trainee level class in the Child Support Attorney Series, offering an exciting opportunity for a challenging career in family law and civil litigation. Attorneys in this class are assigned cases requiring specific legal experience and demonstrated ability to effectively perform a range of legal work in the field of child support and related areas including establishing and enforcing child support obligations.

Child Support Attorney III – incumbents are assigned difficult cases, which require the use of independent judgment and demonstrated ability to effectively perform the complete range of legal work in the field of child support with minimum supervision. Incumbents are expected to assist lower-level attorneys in preparation and presentation of cases.

Initial Appointment
Your application will be reviewed for eligibility for levels I/II/III within the Child Support Attorney Series. Job offers for the initial appointment may be made at either level based on qualifications and department needs. Candidates will advance within the series in accordance with criteria established in the MOU (see Page 58 & 59).

PROMOTION:

Incumbents in the Child Support Attorney I ($91,395.20 – $100,880.00 Annually) class are eligible for promotion to Child Support Attorney II ($105,934.40 – $116,937.60 Annually) upon meeting the minimum requirements for the class and receiving a satisfactory work performance evaluation. Based upon successful work performance, incumbents hired at the Attorney I level must be promoted to Child Support Attorney II upon completion of 1,040 service hours or be terminated.

Incumbents in the Child Support Attorney II ($105,934.40 – $116,937.60 Annually) class are eligible for promotion to Child Support Attorney III ($122,782.40 – $135,512.00 Annually) upon meeting the minimum requirements for the class and receiving a satisfactory work performance evaluation. Based upon successful work performance, incumbents promoted to or hired at the Child Support Attorney II level must be promoted to Child Support Attorney III upon completion of 2,080 service hours as a Child Support Attorney II or be terminated.

Incumbents in the Child Support Attorney III ($122,782.40 – $135,512.00 Annually) class are eligible for promotion to Child Support Attorney IV ($145,683.20 – $195,665.60 Annually) upon meeting the minimum requirements for the class and receiving a satisfactory work performance evaluation. Based upon successful work performance, incumbents promoted to or hired at the Child Support Attorney III level must be promoted to Child Support Attorney IV upon completion of 2,080 service hours as a Child Support Attorney III or be terminated.

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