Court Name/Organization: California Southern District Court Location: San Diego, CA Opening and Closing Dates: 12/29/2021 - 01/25/2022 Appointment Type: Permanent Classification Level/Grade: 28 Salary: $69,376 - $112,745 Link to Court Careers Information: Announcement Number: 21-26 Link to Job Announcement
* Delivers high quality department work product in accordance with the Guide to Judiciary Policy and the court's Internal Control Manual
* Oversees property management work of non-IT Custodial Officer and the designated Disposal Officer
* Oversees and accurately executes contracts on behalf of the Court as well as the payment(s) of each contract. For reoccurring expenses, ensures adequate budget planning is utilized. Contracts must be well documented and executed in accordance with Judiciary regulations and guidelines. Ensures receiving reports are timely and accurately completed as well as ensure invoices are audited and submitted for payment processing within payment terms of contracts and office deadlines. Maintains Levels 1, 2 and 3 contracting officer designations. Plan and coordinate the time and delivery of purchases and timely completion of receiving reports.
* Responds to and oversees department help desk tickets, including those related to facility related requests. Works harmoniously with the Space and Facilities Project Manager to ensure the needs to the Court are timely addressed and met. Plan and provide escorting oversight to facility related projects.
* Plans and participates in providing support and setup to court related meetings and events, including those funded with non-appropriated funds
* Recruits, selects, supervises, and evaluates Procurement staff
* Other duties as assigned
To qualify for this supervisory position, an applicant must have at least two years of specialized experience that includes progressively responsible administrative, technical, professional, supervisory, or managerial experience and meet the qualification standards applicable to positions for the highest level of work effectively supervised.
Preferred Skills / Qualifications:
* A bachelor's or graduate degree from an accredited college or university in a field related to this position
* At least three to five years of procurement and/or supervisory experience, preferably in the federal government/public sector
* Knowledge of the Judiciary Integrated Financial Management System (JIFMS)
* Ability to provide leadership in a supportive and encouraging manner
* Already has, or will be expected to quickly obtain, Judiciary Contracting Officer (Levels 1, 2 and 3) Certification upon joining the Court
Specialized experience is defined as progressively responsible clerical or administrative experience requiring the regular and recurring application of clerical procedures that demonstrate the ability to apply a body of rules, regulations, directives, or laws and involve the routine use of specialized terminology and automated software and equipment for word processing, data entry or report generation.
Specialized experience should also include progressively responsible administrative, technical, professional, supervisory, or managerial experience that provided an opportunity to gain skill in developing the interpersonal work relationships needed to lead a team of employees, the ability to exercise mature judgment, and knowledge of the basic concepts, principles, and theories of management and the ability to understand the managerial policies applicable to the judiciary unit involved.
Additionally, this position requires the following:
* Ability to provide support during non-business hours (i.e., evenings, weekends) as required for projects or special events
* Ability to travel to locations within the Southern District of California
* Ability to lift up to 70 pounds and move light equipment as required
Federal court employees are eligible for a full range of benefits that include 13-26 days of annual leave, 13 days of sick leave, 11 paid holidays per year, a flexible work schedule, immediate matching Thrift Savings Plan, pre-tax programs (health, dependent care and transportation), and insurance plans (i.e., health, life, disability, and long-term care), car-pooling options and a transportation subsidy. For more information about federal court benefits, please visit:
The successful candidate should be a mature, dedicated, responsible, and poised individual who possesses tact, good judgment, initiative, a strong work ethic, and the ability to work well with chambers, counsel, Clerk's Office staff, outside vendors, and other government agencies. The candidate should be trustworthy and possess the ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information.
How To Apply
Qualified candidates must submit a cover letter, resume, and AO 78 that includes their name, address, telephone number, country of citizenship, education, and work history. Please also provide a minimum of three references with contact information. All application materials can be submitted at .
The federal Judiciary is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.