• Recruitment #2018-12704-01

$21.24 - $25.82/hour; $3,682.28 - $4,475.87/month

The Placer County Department of Child Support Services works with parents and guardians to establish a financial partnership in support of their children. 

This is an outstanding career opportunity to join the Placer County Department of Child Support Services and to begin a career making a difference in your community.  The current vacancy is in the North Tahoe area, with the office located in Carnelian Bay and overlooking beautiful Lake Tahoe.  

Child Support Specialist’s interview, collect and record a variety of legal and related documents, including financial information from individuals involved in child support cases; establish support obligation(s) including determining the ability to pay and resolving payment issues; to review cases and payment records for compliance;  prepare and produce court documents specific to child support obligations including payment and medical support; and initiate remedial steps to assure compliance.

Two years of responsible journey level clerical experience that includes substantial public contact involving interviewing customers, obtaining financial and personal history information.  Experience preparing legal documents or performing collection duties is desirable.

Training:  Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. 

License or Certificate: 

  • May need to possess a valid driver's license as required by the position.  Proof of adequate vehicle insurance and medical clearance may also be required. 

Click here for the job posting on Placer County's website

Click here to read the ERICSA 2018 Winter Newsletter.


ERICSA is pleased to announce the 2018 Professional Excellence Award Winners

  • Michael Dippold, PA, Manager/Supervisor Professional

  • Amy Klus, MI, Intergovernmental Child Support Professional

  • Kimberly Crossen, PA, Frontline Child Support Professional




The winners for the 2018 ERICSA Scholarship are:

The Florida Winner is: Cheri Wright from Orlando, Florida
The At-Large Winner is: Julianne K. Bailey from  Cleveland, Mississippi

Congratulations to the both of you and to all our applicants who demonstrated again the passion and devotion child support workers have for their profession!! The ERICSA family welcomes you to Daytona Beach!

Click here to read the Fall 2017 ERICSA Newsletter.



Mr. Scott M. Lekan has been appointed as the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement’s Commissioner. Mr. Lekan brings a unique mix of state-level leadership and a law enforcement background. He held leadership positions in Arizona – in the child support service office, and the aging and adult services office, at the Arizona Department of Economic Security. During his law enforcement career, he was patrol commander and lieutenant in the Peoria, Arizona, police department; and before that, a sergeant in the Glendale, Arizona, police department. 

Click here to read the winter 2017 ERICSA Newsletter.

Rob Velcoff wins the Domestic Relations Association of Pennsylvania (DRAP) 2016 President’s Award. The President’s Award is bestowed on someone who is not an employee of the Domestic Relations Office but has made a significant impact on the area of child support. Rob is from the New York State Division of Child Support Enforcement, where he has worked for over 26 years. Rob is responsible for all interstate policy and program issues, and is recognized expert in child support issues, as evidenced by his extensive appearances at multiple conferences. Rob served as the President of ERICSA in 2011. Please join us in congratulating Rob!

On August 30, 2016, the President signed the Ratification for the Hague Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support and Other Forms of Family Maintenance (Hague Child Support Convention.) This Convention contains provisions to establish uniform, inexpensive and effective procedures for the processing of international child support cases. The Office of Child Support Enforcement will be issuing policy guidelines for state child support agencies to process Convention cases under UIFSA 2008. The effective date for the Hague Child Support Convention in the United States is set for January 1, 2017.

John Vorperian, winner of the ERICSA “Front-Line Professional of the Year Recognition” was interviewed on the Westchester County, NY local TV station. Because of his award, May 22, 2016 was named “John Vorperian Day” in Westchester County. The interview can be viewed at http://whiteplainscnr.com/2016/05/22/sunday-is-john-vorperian-day-in-westchester-county/