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The Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) is a division of the Hawaii
Department of the Attorney General. The main offices are located in Kapolei, Oahu, with 3 neighbor island offices. Employs a staff of about 200 serving clients statewide. The CSEA has an annual budget of about $19 million. It adheres to Federal and State laws dealing with child support.
Seeking a highly motivated, proven leader and administrator with excellent communication, leadership and people skills. Be able to perform and lead program in a fast-paced, dynamic environment involving the public, other government agencies and organizations. Be able to articulate a strong vision and commitment to providing high quality services to CSEA clients.
Summary of Duties: For complete information please refer to the link for State Job Opportunities at www.hawaii.gov/hrd/main/esd/
and to Exempt (non-civil service) Job Opportunities. The Administrator plans, leads and is responsible for the entire scope of Hawaiis Child Support Enforcement program and reports to Hawaiis Attorney General. The Administrator is responsible for the planning and direction of the program, budgets, resources and staff. The Administrator informs the Attorney General of all significant program activities and developments, conducts frequent program assessment and operational evaluations, provides leadership, guidance and motivation to managers and staff, and carries out other duties as assigned.
Required Qualification Highlights: Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent substitution. Professional experience: 3 years of progressively responsible work experience which involved interpretation and application of complex rules, regulations and requirements, preferably in a governmental setting or comparable complex organization. Managerial/Administrative experience: 3 years professional experience in administering and/or managing a highly complex program or organization which clearly demonstrated ongoing responsibility and accountability for the following managerial/administrative functions: program planning, execution and evaluation; program budgeting, execution and evaluation; management and allocation of resources (staffing, materials, equipment) to meet program goals and objectives within time, resource and budget limitations; and program policy administration and determination. Supervisory experience: minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience which included: planning, organizing, scheduling and directing work of other professional staff; assigning and reviewing their work; advising them on difficult work problems; training and developing subordinates; and evaluating work performance. Professional, managerial and supervisory experience may be obtained concurrently. Sufficiently similar experience may be accepted.
For more information about Hawaiis CSEA please visit the Hawaii Attorney Generals website at http://www.state.hi.us/ag/ or telephone Ms. Lisa Ginoza, First Deputy Attorney General at (808) 586-1292.
DEADLINES For Online Applications: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 11:59 p.m. (HST). Simply visit website below and click on Apply link.
TO APPLY ONLINE 24-7 WITHIN THE FILING DEADLINE GO TO
and link to State Job Opportunities then Exempt (non-civil service) Job Opportunities to find the job bulletin for this position and click on Apply.
NOTE: If you prefer a paper application, please call Lisa Ginoza at (808) 586-1292 or pick up an exempt paper application at the Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 (M-F 7:45 am – 4:30 p.m. HST) Hand-delivered applications must be delivered by Tuesday, October 10, 2006 4:30 p.m. (HST) to the Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu. Mail-in applications must be postmarked by US Postal Service no later than Tuesday, October 10, 2006 midnight.
The State of Hawaii is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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