Applicants must be United States citizens or lawful permanent residents currently seeking citizenship or intending to become a citizen after meeting the eligibility requirement as outlined in 8 U.S.C § 1324b(a)(3)(B).
False statements or omissions of information on any application materials or the inability to meet conditions of employment may be grounds for non-selection, withdrawal of an offer of employment, or dismissal after being employed.
All information is subject to verification and background investigation.
Qualified applicants applying for Probation and Pretrial Services positions will be subject to preliminary credit, employment, and criminal history background checks.
An FBI background check is required for all individuals appointed to positions in the U.S. Courts. New employees are considered "provisional hires" pending the successful completion of the FBI background check.
Employees (except for Probation Law Enforcement Officers) of the United States Courts serve under “Excepted Appointments” and are considered “at will” employees. As such, employment can be terminated at any time. Furthermore, Federal Civil Service classifications do not apply.
Probation Law Enforcement Officers of the United States Courts serve under “Excepted Appointments” and may be removed only for cause.
Duty station assignments are at the sole discretion of the appointing officer.
Employees are subject to mandatory participation in electronic funds transfer (EFT) for payment of net pay (i.e., Direct Deposit). (Limited exceptions are available upon request.)
The Court reserves the right to modify the conditions of posted job announcements or to withdraw an announcement entirely, either of which may occur without prior written or other notice.
In the event a position becomes vacant in a similar classification within a reasonable time from the original announcement, the appointing officer may select an appointee from the candidates who responded to the initial announcement without posting the vacancy.