Child Support Specialist I/II

Claremore, OK
Full Time
CSS-Rogers
Mid Level

This position is located in Claremore, Oklahoma.

Job-related Travel: Occasional - Must possess a valid driver's license and maintain required car insurance.  

Child Support Specialist I/II

Annual Salary

  • Level I  H30A - $35,059.00 + Full State Employee Benefits
  • Level II H30B - $37,687.39 + Full State Employee Benefits

DHS offers free child care for all employees. This benefit will be in effect until December 31, 2022. For more information contact daycare@okdhs.org or visit the program website at https://www.kith.care/.

We are looking for someone to help us in initiating and processing child support enforcement cases!  This is a full-time position eligible for full state benefits.

Education and Experience

Child Support Specialist I:

requirements at this level consist of a bachelor’s degree; or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of professional child support enforcement, accounting, legal, or social work for each year of the required education;

OR completion of an associate’s degree in Legal Assistance or a closely related program of paralegal education;

OR an associate’s degree in Public Service – Legal Case Management;

OR completion of an American Bar Association-approved paralegal education program.

 

Child Support Specialist II: 

requirements at this level consist of a bachelor’s degree; or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of professional child support enforcement, accounting, legal, or social work for each year of the required education; plus one (1) additional year of professional experience in child support enforcement; accounting, legal or social work

OR a master’s degree; or a Juris Doctorate degree;

OR an associate’s degree in Legal Assistance or a closely related program of paralegal education and two (2) years of qualifying experience; or an associate’s degree in Public Service – Legal Case Management and two (2) years of qualifying experience; or completion of an American Bar Association-approved paralegal education program and two (2) years of qualifying experience;

OR an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one additional year of qualifying experience for each year of the required bachelor’s degree.

Job Responsibilities

  • Review, analyze, and evaluate child support cases for the appropriate establishment and/or enforcement actions,
  • Prepare records of payment, legal pleadings, and correspondence;
  • Update computer records, perform locate activities, document case activity;
  • Negotiate settlements and agreed orders;
  • Mediate between parties and resolve issues relating to child support payments;
  • Monitor and manage case log,
  • And other duties as assigned.  
  • Ability to work on a diverse team and directly with people from diverse backgrounds specifically racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and disabilities. 

If you have questions, please contact DHS.Careers@okdhs.org

OKDHS is a Fair Chance Employer.

This is a position in the Oklahoma Civil Service.

Announcement Number - 22-BB110

83011717

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