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The Planning & Research Manager supports the Court in achieving its mission and vision and is responsible for leading professional staff in the newly formed Planning & Research Department. The Department is responsible for duties including but not limited to: supporting, measuring and monitoring the Court’s progress in achieving the goals of the Strategic Plan; updating planning software and providing project management assistance to court managers and staff in operations and administration; supporting Centers of Excellence and workflow analysis team initiatives; assisting the Court’s auditor in conducting internal reviews and special studies; Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) training, testing, evaluating and updating as required; reviewing, analyzing, and recommending improvements in procedures, workflow, and work methods in the Court; conducting research; performing complex studies and statistical analysis related to work measurement, weighted caseload, and case management; developing and updating individual and team performance standards; analyzing the impact of process change on court operations; tracking filings; calculating case processing measures and forecasting workload, staffing and filing trends; fulfilling all AO and Circuit statistical reporting requirements; preparing and reviewing written material and statistics for the website, speeches, point papers, and reports, including the Period Report, Annual Report, Pro Se Report, Court News, Full Court Press, as well as special reports for judges, the Bar and the AO; and providing assistance to assist judges, management and staff throughout the Court in data analysis, presentation preparation, and special projects. Candidate must be willing to travel within the District and to other Courts and the AO as needed, and available to work after regularly scheduled hours and on weekends, if required.
The Case Management Administrator is a position that works in a team-based environment as part of the division’s Operations 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; cashiering fees, reconciling receipts, and balancing cash drawer against daily transactions; performing customer service duties on-site and/or by telephone; 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; calendaring and noticing dates and times for hearings, trials, and conferences; ensuring automated entries are appropriately linked for proper case management; preparing documents such as notices, judgments, and orders, and transmitting to appropriate parties; performing Electronic Court Recording; processing audio and transcript requests; performing fiscal duties; and other job-related duties as assigned.
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Clerk of Court. The Clerk of Court is appointed by the eight bankruptcy judges and has overall management authority and responsibility for the non-judicial components of the court. The Clerk works closely with the chief bankruptcy judge in assuring that the administrative and operational needs of the court are effectively and efficiently met. The Clerk supervises a staff of 58 clerk’s office employees located in Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Toledo and Youngstown. As the Court Unit Executive, the Clerk is also responsible for providing administrative support services in the areas of budget and financial management, human resources, information technology, and space/facilities. The Clerk serves at the pleasure of the bankruptcy judges and is responsible for performing the statutory duties of the position, pursuant to 28 USC § 156 (e) and (f). Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, along with a proven track record of leadership and accomplishment are required, preferably in a court environment. (more)