Who Works for the Judiciary?
The federal Judiciary seeks talented and motivated individuals to help in its mission of ensuring equal justice under law. Attorneys, probation and pretrial officers, IT experts, interpreters, and many other skilled professionals can find their path in the Judiciary.
The federal Judiciary provides diverse and rewarding careers for new and experienced attorneys, from law clerks to staff attorneys to federal public defenders to in-house counsel at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.
Are you looking to pursue a career in criminal justice? The federal Judiciary employs pretrial services officers, probation officers, investigators, and more.
Technology plays an integral role in the federal Judiciary. Needs range from IT support, software development, web design and development, system administration, telephony, and more.
Get involved in the day-to-day business of justice with the Federal Courts through supporting court program services and operations.
Financial administration encompasses the management of Judiciary resources and keeps the courts operational. Needs range from budget officers and analysts, contracts specialists, accountants, and more.
Contribute to national initiatives that help the federal Judiciary run more efficiently. We need talented people with expertise in areas ranging from policy development to statistical analysis to human resources and more.