Job Opportunity

Child Support Attorney I/II/III (Partial Remote)
Fresno County

Date Posted:

January 21, 2022

Salary:

$66,248 – $112,762 (Depending on level hired at)

Description:

Remote Work Availability - This position allows for partial remote work opportunities. Some exceptions to remote work apply and may include court appearances and necessary in-office work.

The Fresno County Department of Child Support Services is offering an exceptional career opportunity for individuals interested in the position of Child Support Attorney I/II/III. Child Support Attorneys perform professional legal services in the preparation and litigation of a variety of child support matters; and perform related work as required. Incumbents assigned to the Child Support Attorney II/III levels are expected to handle a more complex caseload and exercise greater independence.

Qualifications:

Child Support Attorney I License: Active membership, in good standing, with the State Bar of California.

Child Support Attorney II License: Active membership, in good standing, with the State Bar of California. Experience: One (1) year as a practicing attorney-at-law. The experience must be acceptable to the Director of Child Support Services.

Child Support Attorney III License: Active membership, in good standing, with the State Bar of California. Experience: Two (2) years as a practicing attorney-at-law. The experience must be acceptable to the Director of Child Support Services.

In addition to the above, the following is also required: Note: Incumbents must obtain and maintain Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Justice (DOJ) clearance as a condition of employment.

How to Apply:

Applications for this recruitment must be submitted via e-mail only. Please email a Comprehensive Resume (Include State Bar License Number) to DCSSAttorneyApp@fresnocountyca.gov.

Filing Deadline:

2/21/2022

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