NCSEA Job Board

NCSEA offers the child support member organizations the opportunity to post any open positions on its website for 30 days. If you would like to include a job to be featured on our Job Board, complete the application below and return to Ann Marie Ruskin, NCSEA Executive Director.

The application must be limited to 1,000 words or three (3) pages.


Program Manager III – Division Director of Program Policy

Position:Program Manager III – Division Director of Program Policy
Organization:Maryland Department of Human Services – Child Support Administration
Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Job Description:As Division Director of Program Policy this position is responsible for overseeing, reviewing, analyzing, interpreting, developing, and implementing all policy, regulations, legislation, intergovernmental, paternity, communications, data analysis, performance monitoring, grant writing, publications, forms, limited English proficiency, domestic violence, outreach, and training efforts administered by the Child Support Administration (CSA).

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Child Support Financial Specialist

Position:Child Support Financial Specialist
Organization:Ventura County Dept of Child Support Services
Location: Camarillo, California

Job Description:Under direct supervision, performs operational, financial and general administrative functions related to the receipt, allocation and distribution of child support and medical support payments and financial records in accordance with federal child support payment priorities, California statutes, interjurisdictional regulations and procedures and federal compliance regulations.

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Domestic Relations Office – Trial Attorney

Position:Domestic Relations Office – Trial Attorney
Organization: El Paso County Domestic Relations Office
Location: El Paso, Texas

Job Description: The Attorney/Trial Attorney under close supervision, and depending on area of assignment: provides general counsel for various County Offices and staff; prosecutes criminal, civil and family law cases; represents, defends, and advocates for clients accused of a crime; reviews family case law for legal sufficiency and litigates family law enforcement cases. May include appellate work in any or all of these areas.

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