Tri-C Captioning and Court Reporting Employment Opportunities
9/16/2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Little Rock, AR
Starting Salary $82,635-95,030
The U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas is currently
accepting applications for a full-time Official Court Reporter. The full-time position is subject to annual review and approval based upon certification of need by the Court. The official duty station is Little Rock, Arkansas, with required travel to Helena and Jonesboro. There is also occasional out-of-state/district travel, if the Court requires it.
The Official Court Reporter performs court reporting services for any judicial proceeding as may be required. The position requires the ability to: report and read back verbatim testimony of courtroom proceedings; provide realtime translation for the Court; work extended court hours; produce transcripts within strict time limitations; work effectively in a team-based environment.
Official Court Reporters report to the Court En Banc. They must adhere to the requirements of the Court Reporter Management Plan of this District and maintain accurate, legible records which are subject to audits. It is the Official Court Reporter’s responsibility to maintain and safeguard records until their disposition, in compliance with statutory requirements and Judicial Conference policy.
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9/14/2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Arkansas
The AOC official court reporter is responsible for serving as the court reporter for special judges and special masters appointed by the Arkansas Supreme Court. This position will also serve as a roving court reporter across the State of Arkansas and will assist in finding substitute court reporters when the official court reporter is absent. This position reports directly to a staff attorney.
The AOC official court reporter is responsible for reporting all judicial proceedings, regardless of the nature, difficulty, or location for the proceedings conducted. This position is responsible for preserving the court record and, when requested, preparation of the official transcript of proceedings. As a representative of the Judiciary, the official court reporter must maintain a high degree of integrity, decorum, and respect for court personnel, other agencies, and the public.
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9/8/2021 - Official Stenographic or Electronic Court Reporter Needed in St. Paul, MN
The Honorable Andrew Gordon who is chambered at the Ramsey County Courthouse, St. Paul, Minnesota, is seeking a full-time Official Stenographic or Electronic Court Reporter. This is highly responsible technical work. The primary function is to capture verbatim recording of court proceedings using a stenographic machine or electronic recording equipment and to prepare and distribute transcripts in accordance with rules of court, opinions, state statutes, legal guidelines and policies. Additionally, the court reporter serves as the appointing authority's confidential assistant. The court reporter exercises considerable independent judgment in all aspects of job performance. Work is reviewed and evaluated by the appointing authority.
Salary: $54,141.84-$79,761.60 annually
Click here to view full job posting and application link.
9/8/2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed US District of Columbia Courts
The Official Court Reporter is responsible for the verbatim reporting of the judicial and administrative proceedings to which they are assigned, regardless of the nature, difficulty, or location of the proceedings. When requested, the incumbent is further responsible for the accurate preparation and timely submission of the official transcript of the proceedings which constitutes an official record. This position is located in the Court Reporting Division of the D.C. Superior Court.
Salary: $72,750 - $94,581
Click here to view the full job posting and application link.
9/2/2021 - Multiple Official Court Reporter Positions available in Ohio
The Ohio Court Reporters Association has multiple job listing posted to their career opportunities page.
Click here to view all of the current openings.
Aug. 24, 2021 - Montgomery County, OH Court of Common Pleas Seeks Court Reporter
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below. Reasonable accommodations will be made for disabled persons covered by the Americans With Disabilities Act, in accordance with its requirements.
- Makes verbatim record of court and in-chamber proceedings using stenograph machine. Makes parenthetical notations of speaker identification, nonverbal gestures, utterances of spectators.
- Locates and reads back verbatim questions and answers during court proceedings and other times at request of Court or counsel to clarify testimony provided.
- Transcribes from stenographic language to English, preparing transcripts of requested proceedings by attorneys for parties or the Court.
- Marks exhibits during court proceedings and stores in accordance with prescribed procedure and timeframes.
- Maintains custody of exhibits during trial and stores same for required timeframe to preserve record.
- Records testimony of litigants and witnesses at their homes, hospitals or other locations when they are physically unable to attend Courthouse hearing.
- Prepares transcripts from audio tapes as requested, following same guidelines as transcripts prepared by court reporter.
- Prepares and files Official Shorthand Reporter’s Certificates with Clerk’s Office for docketing to official files.
- Answers calls from attorneys and litigants regarding records of hearing and other questions related to their case.
- Responds to inquiries from attorneys interested in ordering records and transcripts, answering related questions.
- Provides transcripts to parties electronically using WinZip or like technology, and in the format as required by Court of Appeals, when applicable.
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Aug. 19, 2021 - Virtual Workplace So. Seeks Transcriptionists
Virtual Workplace So. (VWS), a virtual business support service platform, promots a supportive, flexible environment in a remote environment.
VWS transcriptionists are hourly employees who transcribe recorded legal proceedings and board meeting minutes and may be required to provide real-time captioning for the hearing impaired.
- Commitment to adhere to VWS's best practices and standards for transcript production, editing and punctuation.
- For transcription assignments, transcribe audio/video records using stenographic skills to produce a draft transcript for proofreading; verify elements of transcript to ensure accuracy.
- Proofread transcripts to ensure accuracy by searching for any errors in grammar, terminology, content and punctuation of verbatim record.
- Prepare final transcript and apply digital signature to transct's certificate page.
- Perform proper backup of all files, ensuring required transcription workheets are completed and submitted.
- Handle any transcript returns or rejections.
- Provide captioning services that include transcription, script preparation, multiple electronic caption formats, subtitling and real-time transcription (RTC).
- Organize work effectively and prioritize daily assignments according to deadlines and job size while remaining flexible for changes in work schedule.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS OR ABILITIES:
- Possess current Certified Shorthand Reporter license or national RPR license.
- Exhibit courteous and professional demeanor with ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with different roles.
- Knowledge of English, including grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, spelling and vocabulary.
- Capable of taking direction from more than one supervisor.
- Comfortable, collaborative and effective working on a team.
- Familiarity with computer systems, Google Workspace and Microsoft Office Suite.
- Billng of audio/digital hours.
- Current CSR license or national RPR license
- High school diploma or GED
- 2 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Proficient in English language, ability to read and interpret documents and instructions with good working knowledge of English grammar, punctuation and spelling.
Email email@example.com for more information.
Aug. 18, 2021 - Official Court Reporters Needed in NC
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Aug. 9, 2021 - Digital Reporters Needed
Huntington Court Reporters and Transcription Inc., located in California and Louisiana, seeks digital reporters to join their team. Remote candidates considered.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
July 28, 2021 - Freelance Court Reporters Needed
Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters and Certified Legal Video, LLC in Omaha, NE
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Build a strong foundation today by starting with the best.
All affiliates are trained from the start to write live, with a career goal of real-time writing.
Full-time or part-time work with busy office and great clients.
Friendly and professional environment, with full-time support staff doing production, billing and delivery.
Affiliates paid weekly on completed work.
$5,000 RELOCATION PACKAGE AVAILABLE
Anticipated income range upon request
Please visit ttcrs.com to learn more.
Confidential inquiries/resumes to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
July 27, 2021 - Legal Workflow Coordinator Needed at Opti-Script
POSITION: Full-time, home-based, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Must be located within the United States.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum 3 years recent experience producing legal transcripts, including working with audio/video recordings, transcribing or proofing and finalizing transcripts. Experience with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Adobe Acrobat a must. Experience with multiple audio players and formats a plus.
SKILLS: The successful applicant will have exceptional critical thinking and research skills, with wide knowledge of legal transcription and/or court reporting. A keen eye for detail is a must! Applicant must have the ability to manage deadlines, communicate effectively and positively with customers and team members, and coordinate others' schedules and assignments. AAERT’s CER or CET Certification not required, but a definite plus.
DUTIES: Coordinating legal transcription workflow between customers and Opti team members by processing new work, answering questions, assigning work to both employees and contractors, checking in completed work, and finalizing/delivering final transcripts.
TO APPLY: Email an indication of your interest and a resume to email@example.com.
July 16, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Columbus, OH
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio seeks applicants for an Official Court Reporter – Certified Realtime Reporter position.
Official court reporters report directly to the court services manager and the district judge to whom the court reporter is primarily assigned. Official court reporters serve the Court en banc and not a particular judge. However, it is the Court’s objective to have one official court reporter assigned primarily to the work for each district judge. Official court reporters must adhere to the requirements of the Judicial Conference of the United States and the Court Reporter’s Manual published by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.
This position involves attending and recording verbatim reporting of proceedings, completing record-keeping forms and documenting the information contained in reports, as well as maintaining and safeguarding records until their disposition according to the statutory requirements and Judicial Conference policy.
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July 16, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Baltimore, MD
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Attend and record verbatim by shorthand or mechanical means court sessions; read back portions of court record as required.
- Provide transcripts within time and cost limitations set by the Judicial Conference; electronically file with Clerk of Court a copy of all transcripts prepared concurrently with delivery to requesting parties.
- Provide transcripts to the Court upon request, without charge, of all arraignments, pleas and proceedings in connection with imposition of sentence in criminal cases.
- Promptly certify and file all original shorthand notes and other original records of proceedings.
- Perform administrative duties as required, such as billing for transcripts, financial and other record keeping, preparation and filing of required Administrative Office reports, and responding to official correspondence and phone calls.
- Minimum of at least four years prime court reporter experience in freelance field or in other courts, or a combination thereof, qualified by testing for listing on the registry of professional reporters of the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) or passed an equivalent qualifying examination. Merit certification and real-time certification preferred. Knowledge of and experience with computer assisted transcription (CAT). Must provide own CAT system with real-time capability.
- Self-starter, mature, highly organized; possess tact, good judgment, poise and initiative; always maintain professional appearance and demeanor. Strong team orientation and customer service skills. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- 11 paid holidays per year.
- Paid annual leave in the amount of 13 days per year for the first three years; 20 days after three years; and 26 days after 15 years of federal service.
- Paid sick leave in the amount of 13 days per year.
- Mandatory participation in the Federal Employees Retirement Program and the Social Security program.
- Optional participation in the Thrift Savings Plan (401K type plan), the Federal Employees Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance programs, the Long-Term Disability Plan, Long-Term Care Insurance and Flexible Benefits programs and the Commuter Benefit program.
- Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or national or a permanent resident seeking citizenship in the United States. Successful candidate for this position is subject to a full fingerprint and background records check and mandatory electronic direct deposit of salary payment.
- This is a sensitive position within the Federal Judiciary. The selected candidate will be hired provisionally, pending the successful completion of the required background investigation and favorable employment suitability determination.
- Selected applicant will be required to complete a one-year probationary period. Failure to successfully complete the probationary period may result in termination of employment. Positions in the U.S. Courts are excepted appointments, are not under the Civil Service System, and are “at will” employees.
- Employees must adhere to the Code of Conduct of Judicial Employees, available at http://www.uscourts.gov/RulesAndPolicies/CodeOfConduct.aspx.
- The Court reserves the right to modify the conditions of this job announcement, to withdraw the job announcement, and/or to commence interviews immediately, any of which actions may occur without prior written or other notice.
Submit resume, salary history and cover letter stating the reasons for your interest in the position, and a completed AO-78 Application for Federal Employment as a single PDF document to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the job title for which you are applying in the subject header of the email.
**Complete application packets must be received no later than 5 p.m. July 27, 2021.
The Federal Judiciary is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
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July 16, 2021 - Freelance Steno Reporter Needed
At Martina-Mikulice Reporting Services, we are always looking for new talent. From civil to criminal, we take the record, covering Collier, Charlotte, Glades, Lee and Hendry Counties. The more reporters we get, the more covered areas we can expand to. We can work with your schedule from part-time to full-time. Criminal jury trials, transcription of discs, depositions, we have the work to keep you busy.
Applicants must be a FL notary public.
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July 15, 2021 - Transcriptionists Needed
Transcriptions Plus II, Inc. is seeking transcribers who are available for daily, expedited and ordinary transcription work in the federal court field. Please contact Rosalie at 516-358-7352 or email@example.com with rates and experience.
July 8, 2021 - Full Time Freelance Reporter Needed in NE Ohio
Ware Reporting Service has built and excellent reputation since 1998.
They are seeking an experienced full-time freelance reporter local to NE Ohio.
If interested, please visit their website: warereportingservice.com
July 8, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Benton/Franklin County WA
The Official Court Reporter works independently and responsibly to ensure accurate and expedient transcript production using computer-aided transcription as required. All transcript deadlines, billings, orders, mailing, or any other transcript-related areas are the sole responsibility of the court reporter. Performs secretarial and clerical support activities as required. The court reporter is required to provide their own computer, court reporting equipment and software.
Example of Duties
STATUTORY RESPONSIBILITIES (RCW 2.32.200):
It shall be the duty of each Official Reporter appointed under RCW 2.32.180 through 2.32.310 to attend every term of the superior court in the county or judicial District for which he or she is appointed, at such times as the judge presiding may direct; and upon the trial of any cause in any court, if either party to the suit or action, or his attorney, request the services of the official reporter, the presiding judge shall grant such request, or upon his own motion such presiding judge may order a full report of the testimony, exceptions taken, and all other oral proceedings; in which case the official reporter shall cause accurate shorthand notes of the oral testimony, exceptions taken, and other oral proceedings had, to be taken, except when the judge and attorneys dispense with his or her services with respect to any portion of the proceedings therein, which notes shall be filed in the office of the clerk of the superior court where such trial is had.
Records accurately all courtroom proceedings and transcribes as required.
Indexes and files all court proceedings materials as required and in accordance with established procedures.
Types or otherwise prepares a variety of letters, memos, forms, jury instructions, memorandum decisions for the judges, as well as any other duties required by the Judges to aid in the flow of court proceedings and court-related business as directed by the judicial officer or court administrator.
Operates office machines as required, such as Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, scanner, photocopier, phones, and other standard office equipment.
Attends professional conferences, seminars and other meetings as required to maintain test standings and certificates.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
QualificationsEDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
High school diploma, or G.E.D., and degree in court reporting from an accredited college, two years courtroom experience preferred; or any combination of education and experience which would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge and ability required to perform the job.
LICENSES, CERTIFICATES & OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) - (uncertified will be considered on the condition that they achieve certified status within (6) months of hire)
In-state applicants must possess a valid Washington State Court Reporter's license (CCR). Out-of-State applicants must obtain a Washington State License (CCR) within six months of employment and hold current comparable licensing in state of residence.
Valid Driver's License
Real-Time Reporting - Desirable
Due to the Superior Court's role in providing justice and upholding the rule of law, employees of the Superior Court are required to meet the highest standards of professional conduct and ethics while on the job, and also to maintain those same high standards when taking actions in their personal lives that could reflect on the Court.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Thorough knowledge of and skill in using business and legal English, composition, spelling, grammar, and punctuation
Skill in stenography and office procedures
Ability to take dictation at 225 wpm with 95% accuracy
Ability to work independently
Ability to type a minimum of 50 wpm
Ability to understand and transcribe multi-disciplinary terminologies such as legal, technical, or medical terminology accurately
Good digital, auditory and mental reflexes to transcribe all spoken words with a high degree of accuracy.
Ability to work under stress
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July 7, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in FL
Official court reporters record each session of the Court and every other
proceeding designated by rule or order of the Court or by a district court
judge, magistrate judge, or land commissioner. All proceedings are
reported using electronic machine shorthand equipment and electronic
storage media capable of translation and printing by computer-assisted
transcription equipment. Electronic sound recording equipment may be
used to augment this primary source of reporting cases. Court reporters are
generally required to travel occasionally within the district. Court reporters
are guided by and responsible for following the policies and administrative
procedures contained in the Court Reporter Management Plan for the
Southern District of Florida.
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July 7, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Positions in NC Superior Court
Current State vacancies:
Asheville (Buncombe County)
Boone (Watauga County)
Charlotte (Mecklenburg County)
Greenville (Pitt County)
Smithfield (Johnston County)
Salaries are determined within the range of $44,573.00 - $81,793.00 annually, based upon years of experience and certifications.
Transcripts are paid in addition to base salary. Benefits can be found at nccourts.org/careers
Attach cover letter and résumé.
Applicants MUST possess a minimum RPR or CVR certification to be considered.
To apply or for further information, contact:
David E. Jester, CVR-M
Court Reporting Manager
N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts
July 7, 2021 - Hamilton County Court Reporter/Office Manager Needed
Hamilton County Superior Court 1 has an opening for a Court Reporter/Office Manager. Send cover letters and resumes to Jill Acklin firstname.lastname@example.org. Apply by July 15, 2021.
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June 30, 2021 - Full Time Freelance Reporter Needed in Cincinnati
Elite Reporting Agency in Cincinnati has an open position for a full-time freelance reporter.
Recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Elite Reporting is willing to mentor new reporters to help them get started. Elite offers employee status, bimonthly payroll, retirement benefits, dental and vision insurance, and provides both the CAT software and laptop to each reporter. They also pay 90 day billables and reimburse any passed NCRA certification testing.
If interested please email email@example.com
June 30, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Texarkana
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas is a public service organization focused on providing exceptional customer service to the court, members of the legal community and the general public. Currently, we are seeking an innovative and experienced individual to serve as an Official Court Reporter for the U.S. District Court. There are seven offices within the EasternDistrict of Texas: Beaumont, Lufkin, Marshall, Plano, Sherman, Texarkana, and Tyler.
Click here to view the official job posting and application instructions.
June 29, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Cincinnati, OH
The United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio is seeking applicants for an Official Court Reporter Certified Realtime Reporter position. Official Court Reporters report directly to the Operations Manager and to the District Judge to whom the court reporter is primarily assigned. Official Court Reporters serve the Court en banc and not a particular Judge. However, it is the Court’s objective to have one Official Court Reporter assigned primarily to the work for each district judge. Official Court Reporters must adhere to the requirements of the Judicial Conference of the United States, and the Court Reporter’s Manual published by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. This position involves attending and recording verbatim reporting of proceedings, completing record-keeping forms, documenting the information contained in reports, as well as maintaining and safeguarding records until their disposition according to the statutory requirements and Judicial Conference policy.
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June 23, 2021 - Multiple Official Court Reporter Positions Available in MN
Interested in working in the MN judicial courts system? There are currently two positions available for official court reporters.
The following are examples of major job duties expected for this position to perform (any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all the duties which may be performed):
-Capture verbatim record of court proceedings and read back testimony upon request.
-Prepare court orders and transcripts as requested by judge.
-Maintain accurate and complete files and records and awareness of Rules, Statutes, and policy changes/additions/deletions.
-Serve as confidential assistant to the judge, includes performing court-related and confidential duties as directed by the judge.
-Confer with the judge frequently to discuss court and community activities and coordinate and schedule appointments. Includes interacting with members of the public and justice system partners.
-Some travel may be required.
Both positions are open stenographic or electronic reporters
Follow the links below to view the official job posting:
June 22, 2021 - Court Reporter I or II Needed in NE
FULL TIME OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS FOR THE NEBRASKA JUDICIAL BRANCH/DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT, OMAHA, NE - TWO IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AND TWO ADDITIONAL OPENINGS FALL 2021
QUALIFICATIONS/BASIC SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: Official Court Reporters must be competent in the making, preserving, transcribing and delivery of a verbatim record of trials and other proceedings using machine shorthand (stenographic court reporter). Applicants must demonstrate competency by meeting the testing requirements as set out in the Nebraska Supreme Court Rules regarding Court Reporting Personnel. Court Reporting Personnel.
Click here to view official job posting.
Official Court Reporters who would like to work for the Nebraska Judicial Branch and are not interested in doing freelance court reporting are given the option of having the Nebraska Judicial Branch purchase and keep updated all of their equipment and software. This includes providing you with a laptop, docking station, monitor(s), steno machine, software (Eclipse by Advantage Software or Case CATalyst by Stenograph, LLC), microphone and/or handheld device for making a backup digital audio recording of court proceedings, and secure cloud backup storage.
If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Amy Prenda with the Nebraska Administrative Office of the Courts and Probation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-471-2921.
June 18, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in AR
There is a current opening for an official court reporter in Judge Joanna Taylor's court. This is for Washington & Madison Counties, Fayetteville, AR.
If interested, please send resume to Michelle Caswell at email@example.com
June 17, 2021 - Multiple Openings for Digital Reporters
Legal Graphic works provides full service trail support. They are currently seeking 2-3 digital reporters to handle overflow. The firm is located in South Florida but most jobs are currently remote. If interested, please email: DBornstein@legalgraphicworks.com
June 11, 2021 - Official Court Reporting Needed in NV
JOB TITLE: Official Court Reporter
DEPARTMENT: Eleventh Judicial District Court
REPORTS TO: Court Administrator
LOCATION: Lovelock, Hawthorne, Battle Mountain
JOB TYPE: Flexible – Full-Time or Part-Time
CLOSES: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
The Eleventh Judicial District Court is actively looking for self-motivated and high-achieving people for the position of Official Court Reporter.
Applications are invited for an eligible list for the position of Official Court Reporter for the 11th Judicial District Court. The duties include reporting court proceedings, staying in compliance with all state licensing and national certification requirements, establish and maintain good working relationships with judges, court staff, and attorneys. Ability to process, comprehend and process varying dialects, accents, and speech peculiarities of the English language. Must produce transcripts in a timely manner. Maintain accurate records of court proceedings for a minimum of eight (8) years pursuant to statute. May be asked to read back court proceedings.
This position is flexible in that it can be a part-time or full-time position.
This position is located in Lovelock, Hawthorne, and Battle Mountain, Nevada.
Applications will be screened and those applicants who successfully pass the initial screening will be contacted to schedule an Oral Interview.
All parties interested in applying shall submit an Application and Resume to Myra Paredes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 10, 2021 - Reporters Needed Across the Nation!
Vacancies are appearing at an alarming rate for official court reporter positions across the nation in the federal court systems.
Click here to view open positions in your area.
June 8, 2021 - Freelance Reporters Needed
The Kleingartner Group, Inc., is a small freelance court reporting agency in Lexington, Kentucky, located in the beautiful rolling hills of the Bluegrass. We are a reputable, busy firm and are proud of our relationship with loyal clients. We do 99% deposition work. We offer a competitive commission paid biweekly.
We are interested in adding one to two independent steno writers to our mix. To inquire further, please contact email@example.com.
June 2, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in St. Paul, MN
The Honorable Adam Yang who is chambered at the Ramsey County Courthouse in St. Paul, Minnesota, is seeking a full-time OfficialStenographic or Electronic Court Reporter. This is highly responsible technical work. The primary function is to capture verbatim recording of court proceedings using a stenographic machine or electronic recording equipment and to prepare and distribute transcripts in accordance with rules of court, opinions, state statutes, legal guidelines and policies. Additionally, the court reporter serves as the appointing authority's confidential assistant. The court reporter exercises considerable independent judgment in all aspects of job performance. Work is reviewed and evaluated by the appointing authority.
Click here to view full job posting and to apply
May 19, 2021 - Official Court Reporter Needed in Cincinnati, OH
The United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio is seeking applicants for an Official Court Reporter-Certified Realtime Reporter position. Offical Court Reporters report directly to the Operations Manager and to the District Judge to whom the court reporter is primarly assigned.
Salary: $94,505 - $103,097
Position is open until filled
Qualified applicants must submit an applicant packet which includes: a letter of interest, a current/detailed resume, as Application for Judicial Branch Federal Employment - Form OA 78 (02/20), available on the court website, and a copy of the merit certificate and realtime certificate. The Continuing Education Transcript Report is not an accepted substitution for copies of the certificates of merit and realtime.
Click here to view the offical job posting and to apply
May 17, 2021 - Court Reporter Needed in Wake County, NC
The North Carolina Utilities Commission has a court reporter position available. This is a State Government salaried position with benefits.
Click here to view the full posting.
April 30, 2021 - Certified Court Reporter needed in Lake Charles, LA
The 14th Judicial District Court will be accepting applications for a Certified Court Reporter. Voice writer or machine writer certification only to be considered. Real-time certification not necessary. Please send resume to 14th JDC, P.O. Box 3210, Lake Charles, LA 70502 or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submission is May 31, 2021.
April 28, 2021 - Official Court Reporter position available in Licking County Common Pleas Court
Full-time official court reporter needed for Licking County Common Pleas Court, General Division.
Position requires verbatim official record of all court testimony, preparing of Judgment Entries, and preparation of transcripts of court proceedings as directed.
Position is full-time with benefits, including paid sick and vacation time after one year of service, pension, health care (with partial pay by employee).
Pay Range: Commensurate with experience.
Persons interested should send their resume to Dan Hoover, Court Administrator, at DanHoover@lcounty.com
April 15, 2021 - Remote Transcriptionists Needed
Transcription America is currently seeking experienced general transcriptionists to help with runoff work. This is a remote position. Must have at least one year of experience as a general transcriptionist. If you are interested, please email email@example.com.
April 13, 2021 - Court Reporter needed in Itasca County, MN
The Ninth Judicial District is seeking to fill an Official Stenographic or Electronic Court Reporter position for Judge Korey Wahwassuck, who is chambered in the Itasca County Courthouse in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
This at-will, exempt position is in the Official Court Reporter classification, and is responsible for the verbatim recording and transcription of testimony of judicial proceedings, hearings, and conferences in compliance with all applicable statutes and court rules or as directed by the appointing authority and for administrative support.
The Minnesota Judicial Branch offers a comprehensive benefits package.
Click here to view full job posting
March 30, 2021 - * Bonus * Bonus * Bonus* Bonus *
Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters and Certified Legal Video, LLC in Omaha, NE has immediate openings for freelance court reporters.
This is a great starting opportunity with a supportive firm. Plus they are now offering a $4,000 moving/work bonus!!
Click here to view the full job listing and application instructions.
March 22, 2021 - Certified Court Reporter Needed in Summit County
SUMMIT COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS GENERAL DIVISION
Certified Court Reporter
CLASSIFICATION/ SALARY RANGE:
DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT:
Full-time employment following successful completion of 180-day probationary period
JOB DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
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PRE-EMPLOYMENT TESTING REQUIREMENTS:
Criminal Background Check; Social Media, Drug and Alcohol Testing
Letter of Interest and Resume must be sent via email in word/pdf format to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications accepted: March 18, 2021 through April 1, 2021.
March 18, 2021 - Digital Court Reporters Needed in Florida
DLE Court Reporters is hiring digital court reporters. Contact us at email@example.com or give us a call at (786) 522-0522. We are growing very quickly and want to give you work!!
March 16, 2021 - Court Reporter Needed in Grant County, MN
The Honorable Amy Doll is looking for qualified candidates to fill an Official Court Reporter position. The ability to travel is a requirement for this position as the court reporter will be working in Big Stone, Wilkin and Grant Counties on a regular basis.
This position is responsible for the verbatim recording and transcription of testimony from judicial proceedings, hearings, and conferences, in compliance with all applicable statutes and court rules or as directed by the appointing authority. Additionally, the court reporter serves as the judicial officer's confidential assistant.
Example of duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
* Capture a verbatim record of court proceedings.
* Reads or plays back testimony upon request.
* Prepare and distribute transcripts and court orders in accordance with Rules of Court, opinions, State Statutes, legal guidelines and policies.
* Maintain accurate and complete files and records.
* Maintain awareness of Rules, Statutes, and policy
* Serve as the Judge's confidential assistant.
* Perform other court related and confidential duties as directed by the Judge.
* Some travel may be required.
Stenographic Court Reporter: A person seeking employment with the Branch for the position of official stenographic court reporter must meet the following minimum qualifications:
Graduation from high school or equivalent; and
Graduation from a court reporting school approved by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) within the past two years; or
Compliance with one of the following:
Received a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) designation from the NCRA; or
Received an equivalent certification from another state or territory of the United States, or professional court reporter association; or
Have been practicing proficiently as a professional stenographic reporter for the past two (2) years and within one (1) month of hire, accurately take a minimum of 20 minutes of court proceedings alongside a stenographic court reporter who has an RPR designation or certification as provided in clauses (a) or (b) , and then produce a transcript with 95% accuracy as described in (d) below; or
Obtain RPR designation from the NCRA within two years of hire. Pending receipt of the RPR designation, must, within one (1) month of hire, accurately take a minimum of 20 minutes of court proceedings alongside a stenographic court reporter who has an RPR designation or certification as provided in clauses (a) or (b), and then produce a transcript. The participating RPR certified stenographer will determine that ninety-five (95) percent accuracy is achieved to successfully complete this requirement.
Stenographic court reporters who do not meet requirements as noted above must become certified by the Minnesota Judicial Branch or the American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers (AAERT) as an Electronic Court Reporter within three months of hire, and take the record electronically until they are in compliance with a, b, c, or d above.
Electronic Court Reporter: A person seeking employment with the Branch for the position of official electronic court reporter must meet the following minimum qualifications:
Graduation from high school or equivalent; and
Any combination of training and work experience which indicates possession of the knowledge, abilities, and skills listed in the classification specification; and
Compliance with one of the following within three months of hire: Receive an Electronic Court Reporter certificate from the State Court Administrator, or
Receive an Electronic Court Reporter Certification and an Electronic Transcriber Certification from the American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers (AAERT); or
Receive an Electronic Court Reporter certification from an accredited court reporter school.
Court Reporters are at-will employees and the work is performed under the supervision of a District Court Judge.
Current judicial branch employees must have satisfactory performance and no documented disciplinary action in the preceding 12 months.
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This recruitment will remain open and continue until this position has been filled. Application review will begin on March 29.
Successful candidate will be required to pass a criminal background check.
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March 10, 2021 - Court Reporter I or II Needed in Omaha, NE
Judge Duane Dougherty is accepting applications for the position of Official Court Reporter. Official court reporters must be competent in the making, preserving, transcribing and delivery of a verbatim record of trials and other proceedings through the use of machine shorthand (stenographic court reporter). An Official Court Reporter is under the direct supervision of the judge and is an at-will employee who is expected to perform such duties as may be necessary, assigned and directed by the judge.
Competence must be demonstrated by meeting the testing requirements as set out in the Nebraska Supreme Court Rules regarding Court Reporting Personnel. Official Court Reporters are eligible for a salary increase at the end of the probationary period. Official Court Reporters may also engage in freelance reporting activities (e.g., depositions, mental health board hearings, grand jury investigations) and are entitled to additional compensation for preparing bills of exceptions and transcriptions.
Job begins March 1, 2021, or as soon as possible thereafter. Position is open until filled. Please send resume, references and certification(s) to:
Hon. Duane Dougherty
1701 Farnam Street
Omaha, NE 68183