See our Current Job Openings page.
Employees of the United States courts must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents seeking U.S. citizenship. Non-citizens must execute an affidavit indicating their intent to apply for citizenship when they become eligible to do so.
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Minnesota, has adopted an Equal Employment Opportunity Plan which provides equal employment opportunity to all persons regardless of their race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, or disability.
Electronic Funds Transfer
Employees of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court are required to use Electronic Funds Transfer for payroll deposit.
Highlights of Employee Benefits
- Vacation (13 days/year for years 1-3)
- Sick Leave
- Family Friendly Leave Act
- Leave Sharing Program
- Federal Holidays
- Health Benefits (large selection of plans available)
- Life Insurance
- Federal Employees Retirement System
- Thrift Savings Plan (tax-deferred retirement savings and investment plan)
- Training Program
Careers In The Judiciary
For additional information about working in the Federal Judiciary, please visit the Careers section on the Administrative Office of the United States Courts website. There you will be able to learn about the Judiciary’s diverse and dispersed workforce and search for vacancies throughout the Judiciary.