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The Planning and Research Department works in partnership with court leadership to drive better policy and decision-making through objective research, analysis, and administrative support. We’re seeking interested staff who would like to be a part of a team that spends its day collecting data, crunching numbers, identifying trends, drawing conclusions, sharing findings, performing research, and writing/editing documents and reports. Although this is a valuable learning opportunity, there is no additional salary offered or promotion provided or implied for staff selected. Participants will remain in their official position of record during the developmental opportunity. Hours may vary, depending on need, and will be coordinated with your immediate supervisor.
The Administrative Services Manager is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating a variety of districtwide administrative functions of the Clerk’s Office. The Administrative Services Manager will provide management oversight and guidance in the following areas: budget development, preparation and execution of annual spending plan; project management, particularly IT initiatives; the Court’s internal review/audit program and internal controls; COOP training, testing, evaluating, and plan updates; the IT Security program, including working with AO, Circuit and local IT staff to implement security policies, processes, and technologies consistent with the national Information Security program requirements; and IT inventory control, ensuring the accounting, safeguarding, and disposal of IT-related Court property according to Judiciary standards. Specific duties include, but are not limited to: direct, develop, and mentor staff involved in administrative activities, including establishing standards, assigning and reviewing work, evaluating performance, and handling disciplinary actions; provide direction to the department regarding projects and processes; and provide guidance to increase efficiency and service delivery. Candidates must be willing to travel within the District and to other Courts and the AO as needed, and be available to work after regularly scheduled hours and on weekends, if required. The Administrative Services Manager reports to the Chief Deputy of Administration.
The Space and Facilities Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the Space and Facilities Department. Specific duties include, but are not limited to the following: planning, organizing, directing, evaluating, analyzing, and coordinating the activities and functions of the Space and Facilities Department; fostering and maintaining an environment that promotes high morale, productivity, quality and customer service; coordinating with other departments to determine goods and services required; ensuring all phases of coordination, design, and construction of major and minor space and facilities projects are accomplished in accordance with Administrative Office Guidelines and Federal Property Regulations; and overseeing the facilities management process. The Space and Facilities Supervisor 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 large scale projects. The candidate will interact with the General Services Administration (GSA) and may be involved in developing, reviewing and interpreting architectural design and construction drawings and documents, project specifications, schedules, and cost estimates. The Space and Facilities Supervisor reports to the Office Services/Space and Facilities Manager.
The Senior Legal Analyst provides highly specialized and advisory administrative assistance to management and staff by performing substantive legal analysis and researching court-related issues. The Senior Legal Analyst performs a variety of duties including but not limited to: collecting and reviewing information and data related to court operations, administration, special projects, and activities; composing and reviewing non-routine documents that require substantial research; analyzing statutory and regulatory authority related to Clerk’s Office requirements; preparing analyses and monitoring progress of legislation and regulations; researching statutory and case law authority relative to specific issues and making recommendations concerning the handling of the issues; preparing administrative and legal reports, plans, executive and legal correspondence and other documents for internal and external distribution, ensuring accuracy of grammar, style, and citations; evaluating and implementing directives issued by the Administrative Office; reviewing documents and procedures to ensure the good stewardship of resources and use of public funds; and recommending strategies for compliance with internal controls and government requirements. The Senior Legal Analyst prepares materials for judicial and Clerk’s Office committees, makes presentations to the Judges, local bar, and other agencies and will be assigned to manage staff or assist with projects as needed. This position is based in Los Angeles with travel to divisional offices as needed. The Senior Legal Analyst will report to the Executive Officer/Clerk of Court.
The Case Management Administrator works in a team-based environment as part of the Operations Support Team. The specific duties of the Case Management Administrator include, but are not limited to the following: receiving and reviewing documents to determine compliance with appropriate rules, practices, and/or court requirements; performing customer service duties on-site, by telephone and/or online chat; providing basic procedural information; maintaining official summary of pleadings on the case docket; making timely and accurate summary entries of all documents and proceedings submitted to the Court; ensuring automated entries are appropriately linked for proper case management; assists with verification of attorney’s authority to practice and reviews and processes registrations for access to the Court’s case management system; assists attorneys who are having difficulty with the registration process; receives and processes requests for replacement login information to access the Court’s case management system; reviews and verifies attorney’s eligibility for certification; makes recommendations for the issuance of login accounts to the Court’s case management system; communicates registration status/issues to appropriate IT staff; provides attorney training on electronic filing procedures as needed; assists with testing new releases or enhancements to the case management programs and applications; and other job-related duties as assigned.
The Director of Human Resources and Court Services provides senior level management support to both Chief Deputies (Operations and Administration). Specific duties include, but are not limited to the following: policy development; project management; operations analysis and work measurement; case management assistance; process improvement; strategic planning and execution of strategic initiatives; human resources management; employee relations/EDR; fairness and diversity initiatives; judicial/chambers support services; community outreach; shared services program administration; and public information and public relations. The Director of Human Resources and Court Services will provide advice and recommendations to managers, unit executives, and judges that are consistent with judiciary policy and the Court’s goals. The Director of Human Resources and Court Services will be required to participate in national Judiciary projects as the Court’s representative, work with staff in operations to improve processes, participate in operational best practices committees, and work closely with Circuit and Administrative Office staff. Candidates must be willing to travel within the District and to other Courts and the AO as needed, and be available to work after regularly scheduled hours and on weekends, if required.