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This position is located in the Probation and Pretrial headquarters office located in Greensboro, NC. The Procurement specialists performs and coordinates administrative, technical, and professional work related to ensuring that court units are supplied with the materials, equipment, and services required to function optimally, including ensuring compliance with the appropriate guidelines, policies, and approved internal controls. Procurement specialists may lead the work of procurement services technicians or administrative support staff; however, their responsibilities do not typically involve formal supervisory responsibilities. An employee in this benchmark may be the sole procurement staff member in a court unit and/or may report to a procurement supervisor or manager. Procurement specialists in this benchmark purchase supplies, equipment, and furnishings within a set dollar amount. In addition, they may maintain service contracts.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $52,831 to $85,844
Open Period: 05/20/2024 to 06/03/2024

 

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The United States District Court, District of Arizona is seeking a Human Resources Assistant in the Tucson location. This position is part of a Consolidated Human Resources Division and reports to the Human Resources Director. The incumbent’s responsibilities include providing human resources services to the U.S. District Court, U.S. Probation Office, and U.S. Pretrial Services Office in the District of Arizona. The Consolidated Human Resources Division provides services to both law enforcement and non-law enforcement covered positions.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $44,194 to $50,654
Open Period: 05/20/2024 to 06/09/2024

 

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The Clerk’s Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Georgia, Columbus Division, is accepting applications for a full-time, permanent Case Manager position. The Court is seeking a self-motivated individual who possesses a strong work ethic and has excellent interpersonal, automation, and analytical skills.

Position Overview: Case Managers manage the progression of bankruptcy cases and related adversary proceedings by maintaining official case records in an automated system and monitor the case from opening to final disposition in accordance with established internal controls and case management procedures.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $50,689 to $90,716
Open Period: 05/20/2024 to 05/31/2024

 

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POSITION OVERVIEW: The Automation Systems Specialist provides administrative and technical support to the court in a wide range of areas, including configuring and supporting hardware and software programs and providing support for complex technology projects. The incumbent performs technical work related to designing, modifying, and adapting existing system software, and provides training, knowledge, and technical expertise supporting end users in the areas of data processing, office automation, and data communications for multiple court units. The Automation Systems Specialist supports a large Windows 10, Office 365 end user environment on an in-house Help Desk as tier II support.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $68,174 to $110,828
Open Period: 05/17/2024 to 05/31/2024

 

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The Clerk’s Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Alabama is accepting applications from qualified applicants for the position of Information Systems Manager. The clerk’s office supports two bankruptcy judges and serves 23 counties in Alabama. The primary office is in Montgomery with satellite offices in Opelika and Dothan.

POSITION OVERVIEW – The Information Systems Manager (ISM) is responsible for overseeing IT support and IT security for the bankruptcy court, including judges, chambers staff, and the clerk’s office. The ISM’s primary role is to ensure IT resources are effectively used to meet the strategic needs of the court. The ISM is responsible for the planning, development, acquisition, application, implementation, operation, maintenance, and security of all computer systems, equipment, and networks operating within the court. The ISM reports to the clerk and will work with managers and judges to identify best practices to support technology solutions that will enhance productivity and raise the level of service offered to internal and external customers. The ISM is responsible for all aspects of information technology, including but not limited to development of IT policies, overseeing networks, servers, desktops, mobile devices, training, telecommunications, courtroom technology, information security, quality control, and data retrieval systems. The ISM is also responsible for planning and policy making and for the development and management of the automation budget and spending plan. The ISM supervises a team of technical professionals and oversees the day-to-day operation of all information systems and related equipment throughout the court.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $82,718 to $158,871
Open Period: 05/17/2024 to 05/31/2024

 

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The chief deputy clerk is a senior management position which reports directly to the clerk of court and acts on behalf of the clerk of court during the clerk of court’s absence. The Bankruptcy clerk’s office has 24 employees and supports two bankruptcy judges. The chief deputy clerk assists in the administration and supervision of the day-to-day operations of the clerk’s office, including case management, courtroom services, statistical analysis, statistical reporting, information technology, financial management, budget, space and facilities, procurement, and human resources. The chief deputy clerk is the alternate certifying officer for the Court. The Middle District of Alabama also has two other divisions (unmanned)—one in Opelika, Alabama, and one in Dothan, Alabama. Travel throughout the district is required. Additional travel may be required to Washington, DC, and to other locations.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $122,198 to $204,000
Open Period: 05/17/2024 to 05/22/2024

 

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The United States District Court for the Western District of Washington is seeking a dynamic, inspiring, and effective leader for the position of Clerk of Court / District Court Executive. This is an executive-level management position, responsible for operational and administrative management of the Court. The Clerk of Court collaborates with other districts within the Ninth Circuit and the Administrative Office on a national level.

The Western District of Washington covers the area west of the Cascade Mountains and from Oregon to the Canadian border, with courthouses in Seattle and Tacoma. The office serves eighteen U.S. District Judges (active and senior), and nine Magistrate Judges. The Clerk of Court serves under the direction of the Chief District Judge and is responsible for performing the statutory duties of the Office of the Clerk pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §751.

The Clerk of Court acts as liaison and works cooperatively with other federal and local government agencies, bar groups, media representatives, and the public. The Clerk of Court provides leadership and direction to approximately 50 staff members of the Clerk’s Office, which is organized in a non-hierarchical team-based structure.

The Western District of Washington is a Shared Services district. The 24 employees in Shared Services (IT, Human Resources, Budget, Procurement, Space and Facilities) are employees of both the District Court and Probation and Pretrial Services. The Clerk of Court and Chief Probation and Pretrial Services Officer co-manage Shared Services. This position will require frequent travel within the district to both the Seattle and Tacoma courthouses, as well as regular out of district travel for national and Ninth Circuit meetings and conferences.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $188,765 to $243,300
Open Period: 05/15/2024 to 07/15/2024

 

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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The main duties include:

  • Data entries to maintain the official case events summary on the docket from opening to final disposition of a civil case conforming to established court rules and procedures.
  • Summary entries of all documents and proceedings on the docket.
  • Assures that automated entries are linked for proper case management.
  • Prepares and transmits notices of judgments and orders.
  • Performs inquiries and furnishes information, either in person or by correspondence, as to the status of cases.
  • Makes a statistical report in each case commenced or terminated.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

The duty hours for this position are from 10:30a.m. – 7:00p.m. This position is eligible for telework on an as-needed basis.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $56,351 to $91,594
Open Period: 05/15/2024 to 06/12/2024

 

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The incumbent reports to the Docket Services Supervisor and will provide clerical and administrative assistance to the Docket Services Unit and the Pro Se Intake Unit. Responsibilities will include, prepare service packages, retrieving, sorting, scanning, copying and filing documents as well as receiving, screening and distributing mail and documents from other court units including the mail room. The incumbent will also answer routine inquiries via email and telephone, perform data entry into check log system, and all other duties as assigned. This position may require occasional travel to the 500 Pearl Street Courthouse for training and assigned duties.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $37,173 to $60,476
Open Period: 05/15/2024 to 06/12/2024

 

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POSITION OVERVIEW: This position is located in the New York Southern District Court Clerk’s Office and reports to the Finance Management Team. The Financial Generalist performs and coordinates administrative, technical and professional work related to financial, accounting, and budgetary activities of the court. The Financial Generalist ensures conformance with the appropriate guidelines, policies, and internal controls. The Financial Generalist prepares, updates, and analyzes a variety of accounting records, financial statements, and reports. This position is telework eligible as needed. This position may require occasional travel to the 300 Quarropas Street Courthouse for assigned duties.

Location: Other Agencies
Salary Range: $46,066 to $91,594
Open Period: 05/15/2024 to 06/12/2024