Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Student Intern (WAE) at the U.S. Courts

Job Title: Student Intern (WAE)
Department: Judicial Branch
Agency: U.S. Courts
Job Announcement Number: 11-DC-01
SALARY RANGE: $10.43 - $10.43 /hour
OPEN PERIOD: Monday, January 31, 2011 to Friday, February 25, 2011
SERIES & GRADE: CL-0099-21/21
POSITION INFORMATION: Full-Time Summer, When-Actually-Employed
DUTY LOCATIONS: Washington DC Metro Area, DC
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: Applications will be accepted from United States citizens.
To be considered for this 'at will' position, applicants must submit the following required documents: (1) cover letter, (2) AO-78 - Federal Judicial Branch Application for Employment (To obtain the AO-78, go to, (3) written response to Quality Ranking Factor, and (4) official transcripts. Failure to submit the cover letter, AO-78, response to the Quality Ranking Factor, and official transcripts will result in immediate disqualification. Incomplete applications will not be considered, returned, or retained. Only one application per candidate will be accepted for this announcement. Application materials may be mailed or hand-delivered to: United States Probation Office, Attn: Human Resources, 333 Constitution Avenue, NW, Suite 2700, Washington, DC 20001-2866, Reference Announcement # 11-DC-01. Applications can also be e-mailed to: If materials are e-mailed, official transcripts must be hand-delivered or postmarked received by the Probation Office by close of business Friday, February 25, 2011.


The Student Intern will provide office support and assistance for the administrative functions of the office, which may include any or all of the following duties and responsibilities:

Use of electronic databases, such as Westlaw and Lexis.

Seek information from organizations and others by telephone and written correspondence.

Investigate an offender's employment, sources of income, etc.

Maintain case file information.

Prepare non-court-related reports.

Attend Court proceedings.

Assist Senior Probation Officers with special projects.

Perform other duties as assigned.


The successful applicant must be currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program. If enrolled in an accelerated undergraduate degree program, the applicant must have completed at least 60 credits at the time of application.

Applications will also be accepted from those currently enrolled as a first, second, or third-year law student at an accredited law school.

United States Citizenship is required for consideration for this position.

A successful preliminary background check is required for employment in this position. The Probation Office will complete an investigation of criminal records, motor vehicle records, credit reports, and employment checks.

Marion Boulden
Phone: 202-565-1355
Fax: 202-273-0237
Email: Agency Information:
United States Probation Office
333 Constitution Avenue, NW
Suite 2214
Washington, DC 20001
Fax: 202-273-0237

No comments:

Post a Comment

Alumni Profiles

You could be here. Send us an email letting us know what's new in your life.

Noel Mueller, International Law Enforcement Advisor with DynCorp International under contract with the U.S. State Department, International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Office. He is assigned to the Iraqi Ministry of Interior, Inspector General's Office.

Where are our Alumni now?

Where are our Alumni now?
Noel Mueller (BA-Admin of Justice '94; JD Catholic University '99)