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The Clerk’s Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court is a career‐oriented organization focused on providing exceptional service to the court, members of the legal community, and the public. We currently are seeking applicants for a full‐time Case Administrator position.
The Case Administrator reports directly to the Chief Deputy and is primarily responsible for maintaining and processing case information and managing the progression of cases from opening to final disposition, in accordance with applicable statutes, rules, and procedures. The Case Administrator performs docketing, manages the progression of cases, maintains official case records, monitors the completion of required procedural steps, prepares case documents for appeal, reviews filed documents to determine conformity and takes appropriate actions, ensuring that all orders and automated entries are appropriately and accurately docketed. The Case Administrator may also perform other office duties as needed.
The Middle District of Florida seeks a mission-driven professional to serve as a full-time Courtroom Deputy Clerk to help provide fair and impartial justice. The ideal candidate possesses excellent interpersonal, computer, and analytical skills; strong work ethic; and resilience. This meaningful career opportunity is located in the Tampa division.
The Courtroom Deputy Clerk manages all aspects of criminal and civil cases before the Middle District of Florida. Manages the judge’s docket by calendaring, by monitoring the filing of documents and the responses to orders, and by setting date and time for trials, hearings, and other events. Keeps the judge and immediate staff informed of case progress.
Reviews pending cases to ensure the availability of records and reference material for use by the judge and counsel. Utilizes reports and information from the automated case management system.
Attends court sessions and conferences. Assists with the orderly flow of proceedings, including arranging the courtroom, assuring the presence of all necessary participants, managing exhibits, assisting witnesses and jurors, and maintaining courtroom decorum. Takes notes of proceedings and rulings and prepares minute entries for the record. Drafts judgments and other orders for the judge’s approval. Uploads orders, notices, calendars, and other documents to the automated case management system.
Acts as a liaison among the clerk’s office, the bar, and the judge to ensure that cases proceed smoothly and efficiently. Serves as a primary source of information about courtroom equipment for litigants and about the court’s schedule, including trials, hearings, and conferences.
The United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California is seeking applications for a Case Management Administrator in our Northern Division. We are looking for a skilled and highly motivated individual to work in a collaborative team-based environment. The Court offers a positive workplace where employees are passionate about their work and exhibit personal and professional pride in delivering exceptional public service.
Representative duties include but are not limited to: reviewing documents to determine compliance with appropriate rules, practices, and/or court requirements; cashiering fees, reconciling receipts, and balancing cash drawer against daily transactions; performing customer service duties on-site and/or by telephone; 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; calendaring and noticing dates and times for hearings, trials, and conferences; providing support for Zoom hearings that may include multiple participants; ensuring automated entries are appropriately linked for proper case management; preparing documents such as notices, judgments, and orders, and transmitting to appropriate parties; performing Electronic Court Recording; processing audio and transcript requests; performing fiscal duties; ordering supplies; receiving and signing for newly purchased items; monitoring and assisting with day-to day-to-day facilities management issues which may involve structures, grounds, and technology; contacting the maintenance/property manager as needed; taking responsibility for property after it has been accepted by employees; and other job-related duties as assigned.