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Internal (open to CACB employees only)

The Operations Specialist works in a team based environment assisting with coordination of work performed by the team and reports to the Operations Manager.  The Operations Specialist duties encompass the full range of intake, records, calendaring, case administration, DECRO functions, and training staff.  The Operations Specialist duties include, but are not limited to the following:  coordinating workflow and work assignments; making summary entries of documents and proceedings; assisting with the daily quality review of electronically-filed documents; closing cases; preparing and transmitting notices, judgments, and orders; reviewing incoming documents for conformity with federal and local rules; operating digital recording and video conference equipment; preparing written requests for transcripts; preparing the judge’s calendar for hearings, trials, and status conferences;  collecting and balancing monies paid to the court; imaging court documents; and answering questions from the general public, members of the bar, debtors, creditors, and trustees.  The Operations Specialist may be required to work occasional evening hours.

Location: U.S. Bankruptcy Court - CACB Northern
Salary Range: $49,399 to $80,282
Open Period: 06/22/2017 to 07/05/2017

 

Internal (open to CACB employees only)

The Case Management Administrator is a position that works in a team-based environment as part of the Operations Support Team.  The specific duties of the Case Management Administrator include, but are not limited to the following:  receiving and reviewing documents to determine compliance with appropriate rules, practices, and/or court requirements; performing customer service duties on-site, by telephone and/or online chat; providing basic procedural information; maintaining official summary of pleadings on the case docket; making timely and accurate summary entries of all documents and proceedings submitted to the court; ensuring automated entries are appropriately linked for proper case management; assists with verification of attorney’s authority to practice and reviews and processes registrations for access to the court’s case management system; assists attorneys who are having difficulty with the registration process; receives and processes requests for replacement login information to access the court’s case management system; reviews and verifies attorney’s eligibility for certification; makes recommendation for the issuance of login account to the court’s case management system; communicates registration status/issues to appropriate IT staff; provides attorney training on electronic filing procedures as needed; assists with testing new releases or enhancements to the case management programs and applications; and other job-related duties as assigned. 

Location: U.S. Bankruptcy Court - CACB Los Angeles
Salary Range: $40,595 to $72,924
Open Period: 06/22/2017 to 07/05/2017

 

Internal (open to CACB employees only)

The Network Engineer coordinates and oversees the Court’s information technology networks and systems, and is responsible for the high-level and long-term design and analysis of the Court’s network systems.  The duties of the Network Engineer include, but are not limited to the following:  planning, engineering, implementing, monitoring, and supporting the Court’s network and systems, including analyzing requirements and design; developing, installing, configuring, implementing, and maintaining LAN, WAN, and wireless infrastructure and server equipment; analyzing and implementing network security procedures; preparing and maintaining documentation for current network platform, backup and printing procedures; diagnosing and resolving network related issues and problems; maintaining LAN configuration in accordance with industry standards; managing and maintaining user accounts, network rights, and access to systems and equipment; and performing network client setup and server deployment and maintenance.  The Network Engineer may be responsible for managing and directing projects or project phases, and writing proposals and specifications.  The Network Engineer reports to the Network Management Division Manager.

Location: U.S. Bankruptcy Court - CACB Los Angeles
Salary Range: $65,045 to $125,729
Open Period: 06/22/2017 to 07/05/2017