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Secretarial Position

Interviewing for a legal/secretarial position in Amherst.
Some secretarial or office management experience preferred.  Computer skills required.
Hours vary, generally 25 to 30 hrs/week.
E-mail cover letter and resume to lawoffice@mikescherach.com or fax to 440-244-6132


LORAIN COUNTY DEPT. OF JOB & FAMILY SERVICES

Case Manager/Investigator Supervisor 2

Pay Grade and Range:
$59,300.80 - Minimum - $96,345.60 - Maximum

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF JOB:

Plans, develops, analyzes and implements established policies and procedures for the Child Support Enforcement division. Analyzes federal and state policies to ensure the division complies with regulations. Continuously evaluates the operations to recommend and implement changes to improve quality of services, and coordinates cooperative working arrangements. Reviews staff projections and implements control to keep expenditures for the division within its’ ceiling; this includes the responsibility for recommending new positions to accommodate workloads and improve service delivery. Reviews Child Support Enforcement policies and procedures and evaluates them based on performance. Develops new Child Support Enforcement policies and procedures based upon changes in the applicable statutes and rules which impact the area of support enforcement and works with staff to implement changes. Disseminates general written and verbal information to staff which includes, but is not limited to, directives from Ohio Child Support. Disseminates related fiscal information, audit requests/response information, quality control or hearing information. Prepares reports, written correspondence and policy statement for the Child Support Enforcement Agency. Acts a liaison between agency and law enforcement, the judicial system, other public agencies, employers, subcontractors and the public. Acts for the Director as a liaison with District and State offices. Assumes investigations on difficult cases. Attends training sessions, conferences, workshops, seminars and meetings in order to remain current on policy, laws, and issues affecting child support and represents the Director when appropriate. Conducts training sessions as needed and participates in community outreach activities when appropriate. Reviews hearing decisions as needed and confers with the administrative hearing officers upon their request to ensure the hearing process complies with applicable statutes and rules. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director or designee.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

*One year of experience as a Case Manager/Investigations Supervisor 1 (30144).
*Or completion of two years technical training or undergraduate major core course work in     criminology, social work, psychology, or related field. Also requires three years investigative experience in a social service agency or similar environment and one year of experience in a supervisory position.
*Or one course or six months experience in interviewing techniques, one course or six months experience in business math, one course or six months experience in criminal investigations, one course or six months experience in case preparation techniques, one course or six months experience in criminal courts proceedings, one course or six months experience in techniques of writing, and one course in typing, keyboarding, or word processing.
*Also requires three years investigative experience in a social service agency or similar environment and one year of experience in a supervisory position.
*Or education, training and/or experience in an amount equal to the Minimum Qualifications stated above.

AGENCY QUALIFICATIONS:

*Law Degree Preferred
*Experience Dealing with Ohio Dept. of Job & Family Services, Domestic Relations Court, County Prosecutor, With an Emphasis on Child Support
*Knowledge of Supervisory Practices
*Computer Skills
*Good Public Relations Skills
*Cultural Sensitivity
*Good Attendance
*Effective Oral Communication Skills
*Dependable Transportation with Appropriate Liability Insurance, and Valid Ohio Driver’s License with a Good Driving Record

All resumes or applications must demonstrate how you meet the above requirements.

Application Deadline:

Open until position is filled.
Applications can be obtained from our website: www.lcdjfs.com

Resumes or applications should be mailed to:

Lorain County Dept. of Job & Family Services
Mary Lou Golski, Director
42485 North Ridge Road
Elyria, OH  44035

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