Job Details for Case Management Administrator
|Court Name/Organization:||California Central Bankruptcy Court|
|Location:||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Opening and Closing Dates:||08/30/2021 - Open Until Filled|
|Classification Level/Grade:||CL 24 - CL 25|
|Salary:||$44,187 - $79,323|
|Link to Court Careers Information:||https://www.cacb.uscourts.gov/careers|
|Link to Job Announcement|
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.
To qualify for the position of Case Management Administrator at the CL 24 level or CL 25 level, an applicant must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, two years of general experience, and a minimum of one year of specialized experience. General experience is progressively responsible clerical, office, or other work that indicates the possession of, or the ability to acquire, the particular knowledge and skills needed to perform the position’s duties. Specialized experience is progressively responsible clerical experience requiring the regular and recurring application of clerical procedures involving the routine use of keyboard skills and use of specialized terminology, and demonstrated ability to apply a body of rules, regulations, directives, or laws. Such experience is commonly encountered in law firms, legal counsel offices, insurance companies, real estate and title offices or corporate operations. The successful candidate must demonstrate or possess excellent organizational and interpersonal skills; the ability to professionally represent the court in communications with attorneys, trustees, debtors, and the public; multi-tasking skills, sound judgment, and the ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines. Proficiency in Windows environment is required.
The Judiciary offers a generous benefits package to its employees which may include:
• 11 paid holidays per year
• 13 days of paid vacation (for the first three years)
• 20 days paid vacation (after three years)
• 26 days paid vacation (after fifteen years)
• Medical coverage with a government contribution (choose from a variety plans, health premiums may be deducted as pre-tax dollars, optional participation)
• Vision and dental insurance
• Life insurance program with government contribution (optional participation)
• Long-term disability insurance for employee and eligible family members (optional participation)
• Long-term care insurance (optional participation)
• Flexible Spending Account (pre-tax contributions for health/dependent care/transportation expenses, optional participation)
• Public transportation subsidy (dependent on fiscal year funding)
• Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS)*
• Thrift Savings Plan (employee matching, similar to 401K, optional participation)
• Student Loan forgiveness is available to those qualified, pursuant to the terms of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.
How To Apply
Applications should be submitted to the Human Resources Department located at 255 East Temple Street, 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Applications may be obtained in the Human Resources Department at the address listed above, by calling the 24-hour job information line at (213) 894-3129, or by visiting our website at www.cacb.uscourts.gov. Applications and resumes may be faxed to (213) 894-7498.
The federal Judiciary is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.