By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– In collaboration with local employers, San Bernardino County Child Support Services is hosting the Fall Job Fair. The job fair will be Tuesday, Oct. 22, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Loma Linda Child Support office at 10417 Mountain View Ave. in Loma Linda. The job fair highlights the department’s purpose of making a positive difference in the lives of children, supplying employment opportunities to help assist parents in supporting their children and the continued effort to help build stronger, healthier families.
Employers will be filling multiple positions in various fields. Select employers will hire potential candidates on the spot. Employers will be set up outside the Loma Linda child support office court yard. Interview stations will be available for employers who want to conduct job interviews on-site. Laptops will be available for candidates to complete applications online. All attendees should bring their resumes and dress for success.
Employment opportunities will be available from TMT Communications Inc., Staffmark, Saladino’s Foodservice, San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, California Conservation Corps, County of San Bernardino Real Estate Services, Riverside County Probation Department, FedEx Ground, Majestic Terminal Services, Dignity Memorial, US Census, Stater Bros. Markets, and the US Army. West Coast University and Chamberlin University will also be providing information about their educational opportunities.
“Many know us as the collectors of child support, we are much more,” Child Support Services Director Marie Girulat said. “Child support payments provide a measure of financial stability for families and create better outcomes for children. It is our job to help parents meet their medical and financial support and connect them to employment opportunities and other vital services to ensure they can provide for their children.”
San Bernardino County Department of Child Support Services is committed to serving the community by partnering with local employers to provide resources, educational opportunities and improve the quality of life for the customers served.
DCSS assists families by establishing orders for child and medical support, establishing parentage, locating parents, enforcing support orders, and collecting and distributing child support payments. DCSS is focused on helping the whole family with all aspects of services to gain self-sufficiency. DCSS is responsible for a caseload of approximately 106,000 cases with collections of over $189 million last fiscal year.
For questions, please contact Child Support Services at (909) 478-7182.