Child Support Attorney I/II/III/IV

Oklahoma City, OK
Full Time
CSS-Oklahoma
Experienced

This position is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Child Support Attorney I /II/III/IV

Annual Salary - Salary level depends on the experience level of the applicant chosen.

Level I (2273): $52,800.00 + Full State Employee Benefits

Level II (2274): $55,440.00 + Full State Employee Benefits

Level III (4222): $59,598.00 + Full State Employee Benefits

Level IV (4223): $65,558.00 + 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/.

Job-related travel is: OCCASIONAL Must possess a valid driver's license and maintain required car insurance.

Job Responsibilities

  • The position involves preparation and filing of pleadings and trial of cases in child support related
    hearings in district and administrative courts. Duties will also include consultation and negotiation
    with other attorneys and customers of Oklahoma Child Support Services, and interpretation of laws,
    regulations, opinions of the court and policy. Position will train and assist staff with preparation of
    legal documents and ensure their compliance with ethical considerations.
  • Ability to work on a diverse team and directly with people from diverse backgrounds specifically racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and disabilities. 

Preferred Minimum Qualifications

Level I - Active membership in the Oklahoma Bar Association.

Level II - Active membership in the Oklahoma Bar Association and at least one (1) year experience as an attorney in the area of child support, family law, or collection of consumer and private debts.

Level III - Active membership in the Oklahoma Bar Association and two (2) years of experience as an attorney in the area of child support, family law, or collection of consumer and private debts.

Level IV - Active membership in the Oklahoma Bar Association and three (3) years of experience as an attorney in the area of child support, family law, or collection of consumer and private debts with a minimum of one year as a Child Support Services Attorney.

    Preference Statement

    Preference may be given to candidates with experience in child support.

     

    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 # 22-GH179

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