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Judicial Conference Secretariat Officer

US Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Washington, DC

This announcement is open until filled. Qualified applicants will be referred to the selecting official on bi-weekly… Glassdoor


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Supervisory Attorney Advisor (Rules Committee Officer)

US Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Washington, DC

The Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AO) is an agency of the Judicial Branch of the Federal Government that acts… Glassdoor


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Training Specialist

The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Washington, DC

. The purpose of this position is to develop learning programs, maintain learning delivery systems, and identify and implement continuousimprovement… Glassdoor


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