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If selected for this position, you will join a well-respected team that is responsible for a full range of Human Resources duties. Typical work assignments will include:
- Performing position analysis to determine organizational requirements
- Classifying general schedule positions
- Determining recruitment strategies
- Advising management on employee relation matters
- Providing advice and assistance on performance management
- Providing assistance in the administration of benefits programs
- Administering guidance on pay and leave
- Identifying training and development needs
- Processing personnel actions
Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progress.
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma is seeking a highly qualified professional to serve as the Chief Deputy Clerk (Type II). This is a senior-level management position reporting directly to the Clerk of Court and has regular interactions with judges, members of the bar, trustees, and the public. Under the direction of the Clerk, the Chief Deputy manages the operations and administrative activities of the Clerk’s Office and assists in the performance of the statutory duties of the office. The Chief Deputy assists the Clerk in providing management and leadership of all nonjudicial functions and activities of the court including case management, quality control, procurement, finance, budget, human resource management, information technology, public relations and communications, training and development, and strategic planning.
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas is accepting applications for the executive level position of Chief Deputy Clerk. This position is located in Tyler, Texas and reports to the Clerk of Court. The Clerk’s Office, comprised of 69 employees, serves eight district judges, two senior district judges, and eight magistrate judges. The Chief Deputy Clerk assists the Clerk of Court with management of Clerk’s Office operations and other administrative matters of the District Clerk’s Office.
The position of Chief Deputy Clerk (Type II) is located in the Clerk’s Office of the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review. The Chief Deputy Clerk (Type II) reports directly to the Clerk of Court. The Chief Deputy Clerk (Type II) serves as the office manager and is responsible to the Clerk for the administration and supervision of the office.
The United States Bankruptcy Court in San Diego is seeking highly qualified candidates for a full‐time position of Case Administrator. This entry level position is responsible for maintaining and processing case information and managing the progression of bankruptcy case proceedings from opening to final disposition, in accordance with established internal controls, procedures, and rules. Case Administrators perform customer service, cashier duties, process mail, answer, and route incoming phone calls. Candidates should have excellent customer service skills, empathy, adaptability, and show patience. The ideal candidates should communicate effectively orally and in writing, be comfortable utilizing computers, be able to follow prioritized tasks and work assignments, and have strong interpersonal skills as well as a professional demeanor and appearance appropriate for a professional office environment.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is one of twelve regional appellate courts within the federal judicial system. The Court hears appeals from the nine federal district courts in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina and from federal administrative agencies. The Court is authorized to have 15 active judges; 4 senior judges currently participate in the work of the Court. The Court’s headquarters are in Richmond, Virginia. For more information about the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, please visit: http://www.ca4.uscourts.gov.
The Clerk of Court for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida (Court), Jacksonville Division, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Deputy-in-Charge. The Deputy-in-Charge is a member of the Court’s management team and is responsible for overseeing the work accomplished by the Clerk’s office staff in the Jacksonville Division. The Deputyin-Charge performs a full range of high-level supervisory responsibilities. The incumbent is administratively and technically responsible for overseeing the work performed by employees in the divisional office. As part of the Clerk's management team, the Deputy-in-Charge frequently interacts with Federal Judges and chambers staff, the Clerk, Chief Deputy, and administrative and operational management staff. In addition, the Deputy-in-Charge works with the leadership team to develop short- and long-range improvement plans for the Court, including developing, implementing, and refining office policies, procedures, and programs. This position reports directly to the Chief Deputy and currently supervises 8 operational support staff, who serve two U.S. Bankruptcy Judges and one Recalled U.S. Bankruptcy Judge in the Jacksonville Division.
The Deputy Director of Workplace Relations is a position within the Office of Workplace Relations, a division of the Office of the Circuit Executive for the Ninth Circuit (OCE). The Office of Workplace Relations was established in January 2019 and was the first office of its kind in the federal judiciary. The Office of Workplace Relations leads the Ninth Circuit’s efforts in preventing and resolving workplace issues.
The OCE serves the Ninth Judicial Circuit of the United States. It is the largest federal circuit in the country, comprising nine western states and two territories. The OCE serves the Court of Appeals as well as all District Courts, Bankruptcy Courts, Probation and Pretrial Offices, and Federal Public Defender’s Offices within the Ninth Circuit.
The OCE was created by statute to provide professional administrative staffing to circuit councils, which are composed primarily of judges engaged full-time in deciding cases. The OCE provides administrative support to the Judicial Council of the Ninth Circuit and its various committees. It also provides direct services to all judicial court units within the Circuit. All OCE responsibilities flow from directives of the Judicial Council or the Chief Judge of the Ninth Circuit. The OCE is organized around the Judicial Council’s core functions.
The OCE is committed to providing professional support to the Judicial Council and all court units within the Ninth Circuit and ensuring the highest level of public trust in the administration of justice. This support includes identifying needs, conducting studies, proactively developing and implementing innovative policies, providing training, providing public information and human resources support, coordinating building and IT projects, and advising the Judicial Council on procedural and ethical matters.