Child Support Administrator
As a child support administrator, your role is unique — from the basics of making sure custodial parents receive payment, to playing a supportive role to non-custodial parents. Challenges range from making sure payers have the resources to make payments, to establishing paternity, to providing resources for responsible parenting.
You also need to continually exchange information with a wide range of stakeholders, including state and county offices, attorneys general, departments of revenue, social service workers, law enforcement, lawyers, and more. Oftentimes the information you need is hard to find. Meanwhile, caseloads are growing.
While the demands of your job are ever-present, your burden can be lightened by working with a partner that understands these challenges and has created solutions to address them head-on. A partner like Northwoods.