Our Child Support Investigator job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the Child Support Investigator role
A Child Support Investigator is responsible for conducting investigations to ensure that financial obligations for the support of children are being met. They are tasked with interviewing parents, gathering evidence, and making recommendations to the court on the amount of support that should be paid. They must be knowledgeable in family law, investigative techniques, and the application of relevant laws.
The purpose of a Child Support Investigator is to investigate and monitor cases involving the payment of child support in order to ensure that the responsible party is meeting their legal obligations. This role involves interviewing parents, gathering evidence, conducting investigations, making recommendations, and providing evidence to the court. The goal of the Child Support Investigator is to ensure that the best interests of the child are met and that all parties involved in the child support case comply with the established laws and regulations.
Child Support Investigator Summary
The Child Support Investigator is responsible for conducting investigations regarding child support cases. This includes interviewing clients, witnesses and other relevant parties, as well as gathering documents, records and evidence. The Investigator must analyze collected information and prepare reports outlining investigative findings. He/She must also determine the appropriate action to take in regards to the child support case, based on the evidence. The Investigator must be able to effectively communicate with all parties involved, adhere to all relevant laws and regulations and maintain a high degree of professional integrity. The Investigator must also stay up to date on the latest developments related to child support laws and regulations.
Child Support Investigator Duties
- Conduct research and investigations to identify and locate non-custodial parents
- Assess financial resources and analyze financial data to determine the amount of child support payments
- Enforce court orders, rules and regulations related to child support payments
- Conduct interviews and prepare reports
- Represent the agency in court proceedings
- Maintain records and prepare reports
Child Support Investigator Skills
- Investigative research
- Analytical thinking
- Organizational skills
Child Support Investigator Requirements
- Bachelor's degree in social work, criminal justice, psychology, sociology or a related field
- Knowledge of local and state laws related to child support
- Knowledge of the investigative process
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- Proficiency with computers and software
- Strong investigative skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Organizational and problem-solving abilities
- Ability to work independently
- Proficiency with computers