Human Services Administrator III
$53,193.00 - $69,273.00
Carroll County Department of Social Services

Serves as the Assistant Director of the Carroll County Department of Social Services Child Support Division. This position plans, directs and monitors all local child support activities. Supervises the work of subordinate personnel and is responsible for the development of the departmental compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations.

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university and at least eight years of experience in administrative, professional or technical work, three years of which must have involved supervision of other employees or exercising responsibility for program development..  Applications must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, October 19, 2017.

Visit https://www.jobaps.com/MD/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=17&R2=002730&R3=0005&Viewer=Admin&Test=Y for more information regarding this job opening.  Additional information about DHS is available at www.dhr.maryland.gov

An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Deputy Executive Director for Programs
DHS Child Support Enforcement Administration
 
$64,608 - $94,335

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. The Deputy Executive Director for Programs is responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and performance results of the Baltimore City Office of Child Support Privatization Project and Programs. Additionally, the position develops, implements, obtains funding, and monitors various special projects and programs such as: non-custodial parent initiatives including employment and training related programs; and provides general programmatic guidance and oversight to the child support offices of the Local Department's of Social Services.

Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university and have a least Five (5) years of executive/senior management level leadership experience with the Title IV-D Federal, State, or Local Child Support Programs.

Notes:

  1. Five (5) or more years of executive/senior management level leadership experience with the Title IV-D Federal, State, or Local Child Support Programs may be substituted for the required education.
  2. Additional graduate level education at an accredited college or university may also be substituted for the required general experience at the rate of 30 semester credit hours for one year of the required general experience.

Application must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. Monday, October 23, 2017

For additional information and to apply visit www.workformaryland.com. You will be required to provide a resume, salary history, and current salary requirements.  Additional information about DHS is available at www.dhr.maryland.gov

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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/
 

Congratulations to Lara Webb Fors!  Lara is an active member of the ERICSA community, having served on the Board of Directors for over ten years and as a former President of ERICSA. Lara recently won the Public Service Practitioner Award during the 18th Annual Women’s Justice Awards 2016 hosted by the Missouri Lawyers Weekly.  An article about Lara's award is posted at http://molawyersmedia.com/2016/04/11/lara-webb-fors/.

The Board of the California Child Support Directors Association (CSDA) is seeking a highly qualified professional to effectively lead, coach, develop, and retain the Association's small but efficient staff (2 FT and 1 PT staff members) and manage a budget with annual revenue of approximately $600,000.  CSDA was established in 2000 as a non-profit association to represent the local child support directors of California's counties. CSDA is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of members that represent counties throughout California.  This "at-will" position is an excellent opportunity for a senior-level executive with experience and the ability to focus on management, advocacy, membership recruitment, strategic planning, and administration and fiscal management. This position offers a highly competitive compensation and benefit package; the starting salary for the Executive Director will be based on the competitive labor market and the successful candidates' qualifications, experience, and salary history.  Ralph Andersen & Associates is currently providing recruitment services to CSDA.  Additional information regarding this position can be found on Ralph Andersen & Associates' website under the career opportunities tab or at http://goo.gl/2EXQYF.