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Join the United States Bankruptcy Court’s team of energetic, career minded professionals! The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado is accepting applications for the full-time position of Case Administrator II. The Office of the Clerk offers an opportunity for self-motivated individuals with excellent management, interpersonal, automation, and analytical skills with a strong work ethic to launch or continue a career in public service. Our fast paced, prestigious environment consists of challenging and rewarding work, training opportunities, and the potential for advancement.
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.
The Facilities Project Coordinator is responsible for supporting and/or coordinating a variety of projects for the bankruptcy court, which is comprised of five divisional offices. The size and complexity of these projects will vary based on the needs of the court and may require the application of design and construction concepts. The Facilities Project Coordinator works closely with the Department Manager in developing project requirements, preparing documentation and in identifying potential solutions. A key aspect of this position is coordinating and monitoring the various project phases closely with attention to changes and above standard costs. The successful candidate will interact with internal court staff to define project objectives and will develop a scope of work, obtain cost estimates and create a project plan to be approved by the department manager. The candidate will interact with furniture designers and manufacturers in selecting products, finishes, fabrics and materials, coordinate the installation of furniture, data/communications systems and develop/deliver executive level presentations for the larger scale projects. The candidate will regularly interact with the General Services Administration (GSA) and/or with their selected contractors and may be involved in developing, reviewing and interpreting architectural design and construction drawings and documents, project specifications, schedules and cost estimates. The Facilities Project Coordinator reports to the Office Services/Space and Facilities Manager.