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The Facilities Specialist is responsible for providing assistance to the Facilities Project Coordinator in the completion of construction projects and management of space and facilities design. Specific duties include: working directly with the local General Services Administration (GSA) field office regarding facilities related issues, including building maintenance, and construction projects; coordinating space programming, reviewing architectural design and construction drawings and documents, specifications, schedules, and cost estimates for compliance with general project integrity to ensure conformity, quality and compliance with building codes; monitoring the financial phases of construction closely with attention to changes in orders and above standard costs; and assisting in the design and installation of furniture, data systems and telecommunication. Submits data necessary to prepare Reimbursable Work Authorization’s (RWA’s), monitors progress of work under RWA’s, files periodic reports, writes general communications and prepares analyses of project alternatives. The Facilities Specialist reports to the Office Services/Space and Facilities Manager.
The United States Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles, CA has an immediate need for a temporary Property and Facilities Technician who will be responsible for assisting with the disposal of the Court’s excess property in anticipation of an upcoming relocation project. Specific duties may include: reviewing and editing excess and surplus property reports; assisting with the excessing and disposing of IT court property; maintaining, reviewing, and editing accountability records of the types, locations, and conditions of property that is to be disposed of; compiling and distributing excess and surplus property bulletins, catalogs, advertisements, or invitations to bid; providing information on property disposal procedures, regulations, and practices; routing technical assistance; writing simple property descriptions; lotting property (i.e., determining the number and types of property to dispose of together as a unit); and screening property lists to fill agency requests. The Property and Facilities Technician reports to the Project Specialist. Extension of this position is dependent upon available funding.
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky is accepting applications for the position of Clerk of Court with an employment date negotiable between October 3, 2016 and December 26, 2016.
The Clerk of Court is appointed by the Court and serves under the direction of the Chief Judge of the Court. As the Court Unit Executive of the Clerk’s Office, the Clerk of Court is responsible for managing the operational and administrative duties of the Clerk’s Office and ensures its compliance with statutory requirements. The Clerk of Court serves at the pleasure of the Bankruptcy Judges and is responsible for performing the statutory duties of the office of Clerk pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §156(e) and (f).
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky serves 67 counties in Eastern Kentucky. The Bankruptcy Court has courtrooms in Lexington, Covington, Ashland, London and Pikeville. The Clerk’s Office is in Lexington, Kentucky, which is the duty station of the Clerk of Court. See