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The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio is accepting applications for the position of Chief Deputy Clerk. The court is comprised of 55 clerk’s office staff and seven judges. The court serves the 40 northernmost counties in the State of Ohio, with locations in Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Toledo and Youngstown. The Chief Deputy Clerk is an executive level management position in the Clerk’s office, reporting directly to the Clerk of Court. The Chief Deputy Clerk is responsible for assessing and improving current processes, procedures, and daily operations. The incumbent will manage the workflow and large-scale projects of the court. In the absence of the Clerk, the Chief Deputy assumes all of the functions and responsibilities of the Clerk.
The Clerk’s Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana is
accepting applications from qualified applicants for the position of Information Systems Manager. This is
a senior-level position located in the Clerk’s Office with a duty station in New Orleans, Louisiana. The
Clerk’s Office supports two bankruptcy judges and 20 employees.
The Information Systems Manager (ISM) is responsible for overseeing IT support for the Bankruptcy
Court Clerk’s Office, judges and chamber’s staff. The ISM’s primary role is to ensure IT resources are
effectively utilized to meet the strategic needs of the organization. The ISM is responsible for the
planning, development, acquisition, application, implementation, operation and maintenance of all
computer systems, equipment, and networks operating within the court unit. The ISM reports to the Chief
Deputy Clerk and will work with managers and judges to identify best practices to support technology
solutions that will enhance productivity and raise the level of service offered to internal and external
customers. The ISM is responsible for all aspects of Information Technology, including, but not limited
to, overseeing networks, servers and desktops, mobile devices, training, telecommunications, courtroom
technology, information security, quality control, and data retrieval systems for all units serviced by the
bankruptcy court. The incumbent also has the responsibility of planning and policy making, and for the
development and management of the automation budget and spending plan. The ISM supervises technical
professionals and oversees the day to day operation of all information systems and related equipment
throughout the bankruptcy court.
The United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California is accepting applications for the position of Chief Deputy of Administration (Type II). The Central District is home to one of the largest bankruptcy courts in the nation, with five divisional offices located in Los Angeles, Santa Ana, Riverside, Woodland Hills, and Santa Barbara, serving a population of 19.4 million people, with 22 judges and over 200 Clerk’s Office and chambers employees. Assignment of the position is to the Los Angeles office.
The Chief Deputy of Administration is a senior executive-level position reporting directly to the Executive Officer/Clerk of Court (Clerk). The Chief Deputy of Administration partners with the Chief Deputy of Operations to assist the Clerk in the day-to-day management of the Clerk’s Office. The Chief Deputy of Administration advises the Clerk on policy matters; establishes and maintains relationships with other court units, governmental agencies, the bar, and community and professional organizations; analyzes and interprets trends, statistics, and patterns to help the court anticipate challenges and opportunities for growth and change; establishes standards, evaluates performance and makes recommendations to improve court administration. The Chief Deputy of Administration assists the Clerk in managing the Court’s budget and annual spending plan; makes oral presentations and prepares comprehensive memoranda, reports, correspondence and other written communications; and communicates directly with judges and staff about administrative matters. Acts as the Clerk in the absence of the Clerk.