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The IT Technology Administration Division is responsible for the management and planning of a variety of district-wide information technology programs to include information security, internal controls/compliance, budget, business continuity, property management, procurement, and technical writing in addition to managing the day-to-day operations of the Help Desk. The Technology Specialist serves as the principal assistant to the Administrative Manager and will perform and coordinate administrative, technical, and professional work related to delivery and support of information technology programs throughout the district. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: executing a comprehensive information technology compliance/internal controls program; ensuring compliance with internal policies and procedures, as well as with external requirements imposed by law, Judicial Conference policy, and other policies and regulations; writing, reviewing, editing, and updating information technology manuals, guides, processes, procedures, policies, and forms used by the Court; serving as a member of the Court’s IT Security team, coordinating and implementing local security policies, processes, and technologies that are consistent with the national Information Security program; serving as an IT Contracting Officer Representative, preparing purchase requests, statements of work, and independent government contract estimates, as well as reconciling invoices; conducting in-depth research, management studies, and other assessments involving complex issues related to the Court's information technology program; and providing staff support to Court committees and advisory groups. The successful candidate will retain his/her current employment status as either a temporary or permanent employee.
The Court is recruiting for a well organized, detail oriented individual who likes the challenge of variety, and possesses excellent time management skills. The incumbent manages the judicial officer’s caseload and provides courtroom and other assistance through management of court calendars, attending court proceedings, recording pertinent results for minutes and drafting judgments. Incumbent will conduct data quality control on attorney e-filings, and docket and e-file documents for chambers staff.
The United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California is accepting applications for the position of Chief Deputy of Operations (Type II). There are 5 divisional offices within the Central District of California: Los Angeles (headquarters), Riverside, Santa Ana, Woodland Hills, and Santa Barbara. Assignment of the position is to the Los Angeles office.
The Court is recruiting for a well organized, detail-oriented individual who likes the challenge of variety, and possesses excellent customer service and time management skills.