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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 Manage

Location: U.S. Bankruptcy Court - CACB Los Angeles
Salary Range: $52,902 to $103,076
Open Period: 12/09/2016 to Until Filled

 

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The  Chief  Deputy  provides  leadership  and  direction  to  staff,  communicating  the  strategic goals of the Court and creating an atmosphere where training is daily and ongoing.  The Chief Deputy may be involved in managing all non‐judicial functions and activities of the court including but not  limited  to:  caseflow;  human  resources;  budget  and  finance;  information  technology;  public  relations/communications;  education,  training  and  development;  and  strategic  planning.  Travel  to divisional  offices  for  management  meetings  and/or  court  sponsored  training  is  required.  Overnight  travel outside the district for training is occasionally required

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $83,456 to $159,594
Open Period: 11/17/2016 to 12/19/2016

 

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The Circuit Executive is appointed by the Judicial Council of the Ninth Circuit pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section 332(e). The Circuit Executive serves as Secretary to the Council and exercises administrative powers and performs duties delegated by the Council. Under the general direction of the Chief Judge, the Circuit Executive provides such administrative services as implementing policies, developing programs, organizing and staffing council committees, organizing circuit judicial conferences, administering a budget, and other duties mandated by Congress or the Judicial Conference of the United States. The Circuit Executive also serves as liaison to the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, all court units within the various states in which the circuit is located, the United States Marshal’s Office, federal, state and local bar associations, civic groups, news media and other private and public groups having an interest in the administration of the courts.
Location: Other Agencies
Open Period: 11/10/2016 to 01/12/2017

 

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The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, which serves more than
3.4 million people residing within its twenty-eight counties, seeks a dedicated and experienced
administrator to be the Clerk of Court. The Clerk of Court supports the judges of the district by
overseeing and leading the court’s extensive administrative and operational functions. The Clerk
also assists in resolving complex and sensitive issues having a significant impact on the day-today
functioning of the court. The Clerk reports directly to the Chief United States District Judge,
and communicates regularly with the district and magistrate judges and clerk’s office staff; the
General Services Administration; other court executive units; federal, state, and local law
enforcement agencies; the District’s United States Attorney and Federal Defender; the
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts; the Office of the Circuit Executive for the Seventh
Circuit; the Federal Judicial Center; bar associations; and the media. Occasional travel and
public speaking may be required.
Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $121,523 to $189,779
Open Period: 11/09/2016 to 01/06/2017