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The Senior Court Analyst provides analytical and administrative support to the Chief Deputy of Administration in accomplishing the strategic and long range goals of the Court. Specific duties may include, but are not limited to: identifying and analyzing areas where potential cost savings and overall efficiencies can be achieved; providing direct oversight of tasks within a specific project; conducting management studies to improve work flow and operating methods; developing, reviewing, and revising systems and procedures; analyzing administrative practices and procedures to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of operations; completing special assignments to ensure the Court is in compliance with judiciary regulations; leading teams to identify, analyze, and redesign work processes to eliminate unnecessary or duplicate work; automating recurring and predictable tasks; planning, organizing, and facilitating meetings; performing cost effectiveness studies and cost-benefit analysis; developing and preparing reports to advise senior staff members regarding surveys and analyses as needed; and drafting reports, correspondence, charts, graphs, and tables. The Senior Court Analyst reports to the Chief Deputy of Administration.
The Network Specialist will provide technical support to the Court’s Local Area Network (LAN), including wired and wireless network systems, data backup, and user account maintenance. The Network Specialist will also spend significant time creating network documentation, as well as providing updates to existing network documents. Specific duties include, but are not limited to the following: Windows account maintenance; LotusNotes and Cisco VPN account maintenance; Wireless Network equipment (Cisco) maintenance; data backup and restore using Backup Exec for Windows, monitor status and support the MS-WSUS, Symantec AntVirus, Cisco Switches and APC UPS; create and/or update documentation on Network configurations and procedures. The Network Specialist will possess knowledge and experience on multiples of the following: HP Proliant Series Servers; Cisco Catalyst switches; Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS); MS-Active Directory, MS-WSUS; APC Symmetra Systems; Symantec Backup Exec; Lotus Domino. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Visio highly desirable. Attention to detail and strong writing skills are also a plus.
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California seeks qualified applicants for a Law Clerk position in the Court’s Riverside office. The Law Clerk is responsible for performing a broad range of duties including: conducting legal research; preparing legal documents such as orders, memoranda and draft opinions; case management; court calendar monitoring; communicating with counsel regarding case management and procedural requirements; assisting the Judge during courtroom proceedings; analyzing and summarizing case files; and reviewing motions and preparing reports. The successful candidate will have strong organizational, management and communications skills, thorough knowledge of bankruptcy law and legal procedures, and skill in legal writing. Must have the ability to quickly process and resolve complex legal issues, and possess excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills. The ability to use Westlaw and Word is highly desirable.