This position performs paralegal functions related to the establishment and enforcement of child support orders for public assistance and non-public assistance customers; establishes paternity, establishes and enforces medical support; initiates necessary legal actions; testifies in court proceedings and maintains all necessary legal documentation; and works closely with the county attorney, judges, court administrators, child support magistrates, local attorneys, income maintenance and health and human services staff, employers, and a variety of resource personnel.
- Two years of experience as a Support Enforcement Aide or Collections Officer with responsibility for carrying out a part of child support collections.
- Three years of experience in work related to child support collections in a county social services agency (e.g., providing clerical or other support services to the child support and collections unit).
- Three years of experience as an Eligibility Worker or the equivalent in a public human services agency.
- Four years of experience in collections work outside of county social services setting.
- Three years of college with emphasis in criminal justice, public administration, business administration, paralegal, social work, psychology, sociology, or other related human services field.
A candidate may substitute experience for education and education for experience in order to meet the qualifications.
SWHHS offers a flexible schedule and competitive benefits. For more information please visit our website at; https://swmhhs.com/about-us/employment-opportunities/
Starting Rate of Pay: $19.24/hour
How to Apply:
Refer to job: Child Support Officer – SWHHS