NCSEA Job Board

NCSEA offers the child support professionals community the opportunity to post any open positions on its website for 60 days. If you would like to include a job to be featured on our Job Board, please contact Krystal Quille, Manager of Association Services, and provide the following information:

  • Job Title
  • Organization/Company
  • Location
  • Description
  • Responsibilities
  • Qualifications (education, experience, etc.) – both required and preferred qualifications and skills
  • Application Information (PDF or link)

Deputy Executive Director for Programs, Maryland DHS Child Support Enforcement Admin.
(Posted: September 21, 2017)
Location: Baltimore, MD
This position is responsible for frequent and effective monitoring, oversight and coordination of the four metro county child support offices for the Department of Human Services (Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Montgomery, and Prince George’s Counties) in addition to the Baltimore City Office of Child Support Services via contracted services of a private vendor. [more]

Family Violence Specialist – Office of the Attorney General (Texas) – Child Support Division, Family Initiatives
(Posted: September 20, 2017)
Location: Austin, TX
The Family Violence Specialist will be responsible for performing advanced consultative services, project management, and case assessment services for the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) Child Support Division (CSD) – Family Initiatives. Work involves coordinating across program areas to develop and manage CSD initiatives related to family violence, building working relationships with state-wide and local domestic violence groups and IV-D courts, and making presentations to internal and external customers. [more]

Chief Counsel, CA Dept. of Child Support Services
(Posted: August 25, 2017)
Location: Rancho Cordova, CA
Under the general direction of the DCSS Director, the Chief Counsel plans, organizes, and manages the work of the Office of Legal Services (OLS). OLS is responsible for providing and arranging all essential legal services required by the Department. The Chief Counsel is responsible for providing advice and counsel to the Director, the Chief Deputy Director, and Deputy Directors on legal-policy issues, legislation, and program integrity and enforcement matters. [more]