Public Notice — Appointment to Panel of Chapter 7 Trustees

The United States Trustee seeks resumes from persons wishing to be considered for appointment to the panel of trustees who administer cases filed under chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code. The appointment is for cases filed in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the locations listed below. Chapter 7 trustees receive compensation and reimbursement for expenses, in each case in which they serve, pursuant to court order under 11 U.S.C. § 326 and § 330.

The minimum qualifications for appointment as a panel trustee are set forth in 28 C.F.R. § 58.3. To be eligible for appointment, an applicant must possess strong administrative, financial, and interpersonal skills. Fiduciary and bankruptcy experience is desirable but not mandatory.

A successful applicant will be required to undergo a background check and must qualify to be bonded. Although chapter 7 trustees are not federal employees, appointments are made consistent with federal Equal Opportunity policies, which prohibit discrimination in employment.

Forward resumes to the applicable addresses listed below.  All resumes should be received on or before the due date(s) indicated below.

Chapter 7 Panel Trustee Advertisements

Region 5

Mississippi

Due Date: April 30, 2017
Location: Northern District of Mississippi, primarily Greenville and Oxford Divisions
Forward resumes to:

United States Trustee
c/o Ronald H. McAlpin, Assistant United States Trustee
501 E. Court Street
Suite 6-430
Jackson, MS 39201

Region 8

Tennessee

Due Date: April 1, 2017
Location: Middle District of Tennessee, primarily in the Nashville, Cookeville and Columbia divisions
Forward resumes to:

United States Trustee
c/o Beth Derrick, Assistant United States Trustee
708 Broadway
Suite 318
Nashville, TN 37203

Region 8

Kentucky

Due Date: March 31, 2017
Location: Western District of Kentucky, primarily in the Owensboro Division
Forward resumes to:

Office of the United States Trustee
601 West Broadway,
Suite 512
Louisville, KY 40402

Updated March 23, 2017