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The Department of Child Support Services has an exciting opportunity for experienced attorneys.
MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF CHILDREN!The Department of Child Support Services partners with partners and the community in delivering reliable child support services.

Are you looking for a rewarding career that gives back to the community? The Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) is recruiting for a Supervising Child Support Attorney. 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. Child Support Professionals are positioned for success and have promotional opportunities available within the Child Support career path.

$133,931.20 – $184,683.20 Annually
Duties and Responsibilities
The Department of Child Support Services is recruiting for a Supervising Child Support Attorney who will supervise the daily operations of the attorney’s unit and may supervise legal support staff and subordinate supervisors. Incumbents oversee the administration of complex civil and criminal cases, including paternity, support, interstate cases, and cases that may be highly visible or sensitive. Additionally, Supervising Child Support Attorneys provide staff development and training; participate in hiring and disciplinary actions; evaluate work performance of Child Support attorneys, legal support staff, and subordinate supervisors; recommend personnel actions; and review and evaluate disposition of difficult and sensitive cases.
Qualifications and Prior Experience
Bar License: Must be a member in good standing of the California Bar Association.
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Experience (must meet one of the following):
Option 1: Three (3) years of experience as a Child Support Attorney within a county agency overseen by a State Department of Child Support Services.
Option 2: Four (4) years of attorney experience in child support, civil law, family law or a government agency which includes one (1) year as a senior attorney responsible for directing special projects or serving as a supervising or lead attorney.
How to Apply
For more details, please review the announcement at
Application can be made on-line – apply ASAP – open 12/11/21 until 1/3/22 at 5 PM.
(909) 387-8304 – EEO/ADA
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