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The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio is accepting applications for the position of Human Resources/Training Specialist. The HR/Training Specialist reports to the Clerk of Court. The clerk’s office is comprised of 58 clerk’s office staff who support 8 judges. The court serves the 40 northern most counties in the State of Ohio, with locations in Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Toledo and Youngstown. This position will be located in the Clerk of Court’s Office in Cleveland. The HR/Training Specialist provides support services to judicial staff and clerk’s office staff in the areas of recruitment and staffing, benefits and leave administration, training and orientation, separations, payroll projection, fair employment practices, and employment dispute resolution. The HR/Training Specialist works to ensure compliance with judiciary and other federal and local policies and procedures.
The Deputy Director is appointed by the Chief Justice of the United States and serves as the deputy chief administrative officer of the federal courts under the direction and supervision of the Director of the Administrative Office (AO). The Deputy is the AO Director’s chief advisor and is responsible for day-to-day management of the AO, with approximately 1,000 employees at five locations.
This position is an excepted service (“at will”) position that serves at the pleasure of the Chief Justice and the AO Director. A candidate, if selected, should expect to make a significant multi-year commitment to the position, and is expected to serve full time at the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building in Washington, DC.
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