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This table lists judicial vacancies that will occur in the future, for instance if a current federal judge announces their retirement. Find out the court where the vacancy will occur, the name of the incumbent, the vacancy reason, the vacancy notification date, the vacancy date, and the nominee and nomination date, if applicable.
Ninth Circuit district courts are authorized 112 judgeships. There are *13 current vacancies and five future vacancies. The duration of the vacancies ranges from 2,702 days to 192 days. There are four nominations pending for the Central District of California, two for the Northern District of California, one for the Southern District of California, one for the District of Idaho, one for the Eastern District of Washington and two for the Western District of Washington.
This search function is only for vacancy information that federal departments and agencies have actually submitted to GAO. For this reason, the results may not be complete or the most up-to-date information regarding those vacancies.
The process of filing vacancies under the Missouri Nonpartisan Court Plan requires the governor to select judges from a panel of three qualified applicants selected by a nonpartisan commission of citizens, lawyers and a judge. Voters then decide periodically whether to retain nonpartisan judges. For vacancies on the Supreme Court of Missouri and Missouri Court of Appeals, the nonpartisan commission is called the Appellate Judicial Commission. The six circuit courts subject to the nonpartisan plan have their own circuit judicial commissions.
Of schools reporting at least one vacancy, special education was identified as the teaching position with the most vacancies, with 45 percent of schools reporting this vacancy, followed by general elementary teaching positions (31 percent) and substitute teachers (20 percent). Resignation was reported as the leading cause of teacher vacancies (51 percent), followed by retirement (21 percent).
You can search for CDCR jobs using the CalCareers website. We also encourage you to explore out customized search lists below. Each link below takes you to a prefiltered list of CDCR job vacancies posted on the CalCareers website.
Working at the EMCDDA is mainly possible by applying to a call for application launched by the EMCDDA. Open vacancies are advertised on this page. Read our Guidelines on recruitment at the EMCDDA to better understand how recruitment processes work as well as some helpful information on how the EMCDDA will process your personal data in the context of a recruitment procedure.
The EMCDDA promotes the exchange of professional experience in the drugs policy area by temporarily recruiting Seconded national experts, benefiting from their professional knowledge and experience, in particular in areas where such expertise is not readily available. The Agency has adopted the EMCDDA provisions for the use of Seconded national experts. Vacancies are published under Job vacancies, above.
We have opportunities in both scientific and administrative domains and the recruitment process starts here with your application. Most of the vacancies published on this recruiter portal are for scientists/researchers of different domains who wish to join the JRC on a temporary contract (in Commission jargon: Auxiliary Contract Staff Function Group IV). In addition to the specific vacancies published here, the JRC also has an ongoing call for Research Fellows. We have also many vacancies in technical/administrative profiles.Apart from temporary contract, the JRC also welcomes more researchers who are at other stages of their career. You may also join the JRC as Scientific Trainees, Bluebook Trainees (not in this portal), Grantholders, Seconded National Experts and under the Collaborative Doctoral Partnership programme.
Current job vacancies at the California Department of Social Services are listed below. To see a listing of all vacancies with California Department of Social Services provided by the California Department of Human Resources, please visit CalCareers. For more information about applying for jobs, visit Getting a State Job.
The deadline for all our vacancies is 11:59:59 midday (Stockholm time). No applications will be accepted after the specified closing date and time. Applications by e-mail, mail, or any other means will not be accepted.
We have vacancies available for a wide range of roles within the University including Academic, Professional Services, Support and Research positions among many other types of roles. Please note these Internal Only vacancies apply to Open University (OU) staff only and do not include Open University Student Association (OUSA) or Post Graduate Students (PGS).
ORS 3.041 and 3.050 provide that at the time of appointment to the court, the candidate must be a citizen of the United States, a resident of Oregon, and a member of the Oregon State Bar. SB 977, recently passed by the Legislature, creates a new requirement. It amends ORS 3.041 and requires that these vacancies must be filled by persons who are residents of or have principal offices in the judicial districts to which they are appointed or adjacent judicial districts.
Governor Kate Brown fills judicial vacancies based on merit. She encourages applications from individuals with a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. ORS 51.240 sets forth the qualifications for office. Applicants should review the statute to confirm their eligibility for appointment. 59ce067264