Court Reporter Jobs in 2023
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27 Apr → 27 May
This position can be found in both of the court districts and involves highly responsible supervisory, technical, and clerical work. Supervisory duties are performed either in the St. Thomas or St. Croix court locations. Work includes attending sittings of the court, capturing a verbatim record of court proceedings using a stenograph machine and preparing and providing transcripts in accordance with the Virgin Islands code, rules of court, opinions, legal guidelines and policies. The court reporter exercises considerable independent judgment in all aspects of job performance. Work is reviewed and evaluated by any judge and the Court Services Administrator.
(Any one position may not include all the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all the duties that may be performed.)
- Schedules, assigns, oversees, and reviews the work of staff engaged in providing verbatim recordings of court proceedings and transcript services; provides staff training and assistance; conducts performance evaluations; determines priorities and plans office work; establishes and maintains office procedures; makes recommendations on the development of policies and standards; acts as liaison with other operating units, agencies, and outside officials regarding unit policies and procedures; prepares reports and correspondence; performs the duties of a Court Reporter; recruits per diem staff when necessary and approves payments for their services; prepares verbatim transcripts and supervises the production of transcripts by staff; maintains office supplies and equipment; supervises the preparation and delivery of Appellate transcripts; supervises the storage and retrieval of records.
- Makes and preserves a verbatim record of court proceedings using a stenograph machine, which may include use of computer-aided transcription software.
- Sets up and dismantles stenographic machine and other related equipment in the courtroom; maintains a complete verbatim record related to the proceedings, including but not limited to identifying participants by name, marking and identifying exhibits, noting any "off the record" discussions allowed, objections, bench or side-bar conferences, motions, rulings, jury instructions and types of testimony; organizes and searches official record; obtains specific references or testimony, as requested; reminds parties to speak clearly or one at a time as needed.
- Maintains high level of concentration and attentiveness throughout all court proceedings, regardless of disruptions and other unpredictable and adverse conditions.
- Utilizes computer equipment and software for preparation of transcripts and court orders; researches and formulates and regularly edits, updates and maintains computer-aided transcription dictionaries.
- Maintains accurate and complete files and records, including stenographic notes, computer disks, exhibit lists, witness lists, court calendars and other materials for archiving.
- Transcribes, proofreads, certifies and provides official transcripts and related reports and documents upon request by translating court proceedings from stenographic notes to English.
- Participates in interviewing applicants and may make hiring recommendations.
- Other duties as assigned or required.
Graduation from an approved high school supplemented by graduation from a post-secondary court reporting program accredited by the National Court Reporters Association (or another nationally recognized regulatory body) with an Associate's degree or diploma, five years supervisory experience, and thorough experience (seven years) as a court reporter.
- Thorough knowledge of trial and appellate court procedures, established precedent, rulings and decisions relating to court reporter obligations and responsibilities.
- Thorough knowledge of English grammar, punctuation and spelling, legal, medical and technical terminology and legal concepts.
- Thorough knowledge of current provisions affecting court reporting in the Virgin Islands Code, Rules of Court, and National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) Code of Professional Ethics, Guidelines for Professional Practice and Transcript Format Guidelines.
- Thorough knowledge of modern office practices, procedures and equipment.
- Knowledge of computer hardware and software, which may include word processing, spreadsheet, database and computer-aided transcription software.
- Knowledge of legal research materials.
- Ability to make a verbatim record of proceedings at speeds of up to and at times exceeding 225 words per minute for extended periods of time.
- Ability to listen and concentrate for extended periods of time.
- Ability to exercise tact, patience and impartiality during all court proceedings, without regard to disruption and adverse and stressful conditions.
- Ability to accurately transcribe stenographic notes.
- Ability to exercise independent judgment.
- Ability to prepare complex documentation and forms related to appellate transcripts.
- Ability to coordinate, prioritize and organize workload to meet transcript production guidelines, including negotiating terms of transcript production when applicable.
- Ability to interpret, explain, and apply applicable laws, rules, policies and procedures.
- Skilled in working under pressure of deadlines, maintaining a professional demeanor during stressful situations, and establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with all persons contacted during the course of work.
- Ability to understand and carry out complex or ambiguous oral and written instructions and execute tasks promptly.
- Ability to recognize and maintain the need for confidentiality.
- Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, with a diverse group of people.
- Ability to be flexible regarding assignments, which may include travel and transporting equipment.
- Ability to type 65 wpm.
- Ability to plan, organize, direct and evaluate the work of technical staff in a manner conducive to high morale and productivity.
- Must exemplify the desired Court culture and philosophies.
The Judiciary of the U.S. Virgin Islands offers talented and motivated individuals an opportunity to work in an environment committed to upholding justice and dispensing the law, as well as a platform to make an impact on your community. We offer a challenging but rewarding workplace with excellent benefit packages, cutting edge technology, opportunities for training, networking, growth, interaction with diverse teams, and fulfilling careers for new and experienced professionals. Join a team that will unlock your full potential and direct you a long-term career path that will catapult you to excellence!!
- Professional Growth and Advancement
- Stable Employment
- Training Opportunities
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Basic Life & AD & D Insurance
- Optional Supplemental Life Insurance
- 18 Paid Holidays
- 13 Paid Vacation Days in First Year
- 19 Paid Vacation Days in Third Year
- 13 Paid Sick Leave Days per Year
- Retirement Benefits
- Worker's Compensation
- Extended Sick Leave
- Regular Work Schedule
- Employee Assistance Program
- Flexible Work Schedules
- Health and Wellness Initiatives
- Long Term Disability Insurance
- Short Term Disability Insurance
- Hospital Care Coverage
- Critical Illness Insurance
- Accident Injury Insurance
It is the continuing policy of the Judiciary of the Virgin Islands to afford equal employment opportunity to qualified individuals regardless of their sex, race, creed, disability, or national origin, and to conform to applicable laws and regulations. Equal opportunity encompasses all aspects of employment practices to include, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, training, compensation, benefits, promotions, transfers, layoffs, recall from layoffs, discipline, and department-sponsored educational, social, and recreational programs. Additionally, it is the policy of this department to provide its members a viable means for communicating and resolving grievances and complaints regarding unlawful discriminatory employment practices.
27 Apr → 27 May
Essential functions are fundamental, core functions common to all positions in the class series and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties for any one position in the class. Since class specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here.
- Listens to court proceedings through a headset as they are being recorded on a multi-channel digital or analog recording system to ensure that the testimony, judicial officer’s decision and sentencing are accurately captured.
- Manually or electronically logs information and events such as the date, name of presiding judicial officer, legal counsel, case name and number, opening statements, witnesses names, direct and cross examinations and summations as they are recorded so that events can be located for reference purposes.
- Tests audio and ancillary equipment to ensure proper operation.
- Sets up and breaks down audio recording and related equipment for recording office conferences and proceedings outside of the courtroom.
- Assists staff in locating information such as case dispositions using log notes, notations and recordings.
- Restocks supplies such as CDs, blank tapes and log sheets.
- May provide Court with files, records and similar information during court proceedings; and mark and preserve exhibits.
- Uses automated information systems such as civil and criminal case management systems to enter, update, modify, delete, retrieve, inquire or report on data.
Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:
- Six months experience in setting up and operating audio recording equipment.
- Six months experience in applying laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies and procedures.
- Six months experience in record keeping.
Conditions of Hire
Criminal background check: A satisfactory criminal background check is required as a condition of hire. The recruiting agency may require the applicant to pay for the criminal background check as part of the conditional offer of hire.
To learn more about the comprehensive benefit package please visit our website at https://dhr.delaware.gov/benefits/
The application and supplemental questionnaire are evaluated based upon a rating of your education, training and experience as they relate to the job requirements of the position. It is essential that you provide complete and accurate information on your application and the supplemental questionnaire to include dates of employment, job title and job duties. For education and training, list name of educational provider, training course titles and summary of course content. Narrative information supplied in response to the questions must be supported by the information supplied on the application including your employment, education and training history as it relates to the job requirements.
Once you have submitted your application on-line, all future correspondence related to your application will be sent via email. Please keep your contact information current. You may also view all correspondence sent to you by the State of Delaware in the “My Applications” tab at StateJobs.Delaware.gov.
27 Apr → 27 May
Under minimal supervision, performs professional work of considerable difficulty in reporting and transcribing verbatim court and court proceedings. Develops, prepares, and presents the official verbatim record of hearings, trials, and other court proceedings held before judges, commissioners, and other judicial officers as official court transcripts of proceedings.
- Attends court sessions to take down the spoken words of participants in the court process; uses stenograph machine and other equipment to create a verbatim record of testimony, colloquy, and discussions associated with court proceedings; works in the courtroom, chambers or other locations as required; may provide real-time reporting services. Records testimony at a pace sufficient to allow uninterrupted progress of proceedings and reads back testimony upon request by judge or attorneys.
- Transcribes verbatim court and legal proceedings. Prepares, proofreads, signs and certifies final official court transcripts of the verbatim testimony and discussions taking place in court proceedings in the format prescribed by Arizona Revised Statutes and Arizona Rules of Court; may transcribe from audio digital recording systems.
- Catalogs and files stenographic notes and transcripts; maintains current index and record of transcripts pending, transcripts in process, and transcripts delivered; replies to correspondence, responds to requests for information and assistance, and prepares billing statements related to transcripts of proceedings.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent.
A minimum of one (1) year of relevant experience as a court reporter. Reporting experience in trial courts required.
Must possess a valid Arizona driver’s license without restrictions.
Must complete annual training as required by the Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET).
Must be certified in Arizona or undergo Conditional Initial Certification per AJCA 7-206.
Must meet annual training requirements for certified Court Reporters.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Applicable Arizona Revised Statutes, Arizona Rules of Court, state and local administrative orders, policies, and procedures.
- Legal research techniques and procedures.
- Generally accepted court reporting practices and procedures.
- English grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary used in medical, legal, scientific, and engineering work as well as basic, commonly used foreign words and phrases.
- Business English, spelling, grammar, punctuation, and composition.
- Clerical office practices and procedures.
- Research techniques and report writing.
- Filing and recordkeeping.
- Transcribing verbatim court and legal proceedings with speed and accuracy.
- Communicating effectively verbally and in writing and communicating orally in a face-to-face setting and by virtual means with public and employees.
- Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the public.
- Organization and attention to detail.
- Report all court proceedings verbatim by use of specialized equipment, reading back testimony from stenographic notes and transcripts.
- Catalog and file of stenographic notes and transcripts.
- Prioritize, schedule, and organize work to meet established deadlines.
- Work under pressure in a highly dynamic work environment with changing demands and priorities.
- Reply to correspondence, phone calls, and in-person inquiries related to transcripts of court proceedings.
- Provide and use stenograph machine, computer hardware and software, including printer and toner.
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates, employees of other departments, representatives of other organizations, County officials, and the public.
- Keep management informed of key operating issues affecting the department.
- Remain current in knowledge required to perform assigned duties.
- Handle confidential matters and always maintain discretion.
- Act with courtesy, tact, and diplomacy.
The work environment is associated with a courtroom. The work area is adequately lighted, heated or cooled and ventilated.
Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time. Sufficient vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; hearing and speech ability to communicate effective in-person and telephonically. Capable of frequent repetitive movement of arms, fingers, and wrists. Ability to lift up to 30 pounds.
Additional Job Information:
Safety Sensitive: No
Yavapai County Government offers a comprehensive employee benefits package to
Full-Time employees working 30 or more hours per week that includes but is not limited to:
- 10 Holidays Per Year
- Annual Leave
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Health Care Insurance – Medical, Dental, Vision
- Life Insurance
- Long-Term & Short-Term Disability
- Retirement Plans
- Sick Leave
- Tuition Reimbursement Program
- 457 Deferred Compensation Program
- Dependent Health Care Insurance - Medical, Dental, Vision
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Health Savings Account (HSA)
- Short-Term Disability
- Supplemental Life (for employees & dependents)
- Part-Time, Temporary and Seasonal employees accrue Sick Leave based on hours worked.
- Part-Time employees have limited benefits available.
- Temporary and Seasonal employees are not eligible to accrue Annual Leave.
27 Apr → 27 May
$3,000 hiring bonus to join the Judicial Branch! The Judicial Branch is a state-funded Branch of Government that offers benefits to include medical/dental/vision, $20,000 free basic life insurance, state-matched 156% retirement plan, 13 paid holidays, earned paid vacation and sick leave, tuition reimbursement and more.
The Administrative Office of the Courts and Probation (AOCP) is accepting applications for a full time Official Court Reporter in the Red Willow County District Court, 11th Judicial District and travel is expected. Under direct supervision of District Court Judge Patrick Heng, this is a responsible paraprofessional position. The work involves verbatim reporting and transcribing for court proceedings, hearings and conferences. Employees in the Court Reporter I classification have met the qualifications set forth in §1-204(A)(2) and § 1-204(B) or (C). Employees in the Court Reporter II classification have met the above qualifications and are certified as a Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR), through the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA); or a Federal Certified Realtime Reporter (FCRR).
Official Court Reporters who would like to work for the AOCP and are not interested in doing freelance court reporting are given the option of having the AOCP purchase and keep updated all of their equipment and software. For stenographic official court reporters, 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. For digital official court reporters, this includes audio recording system (laptop/PC, docking station, microphone(s), mixer), monitor(s), and audio recording software (Liberty Recorder).
Apply as soon as possible; applications will close when the position is filled. The position is available to start on June 26th, 2023.
The Judicial Branch values our employees as well as a supportive environment that strives to promote diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. We recruit, hire, train and promote in all job qualifications at all levels without regard to race, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or genetics. The Judicial Branch adheres to Veterans Preference Laws.
Hiring Rate: Court Reporter I $4,407.92 or Court Reporter II $5,102.71 per month.
The Official Court Reporter may perform the following duties to include provide real-time records for court trials, hearings, or conferences, attend courtroom proceedings and other proceedings to make verbatim official recordings, read back transcripts during trial and courtroom proceedings, transcribing the proceedings according to required formats into accurate transcripts for purposes of appeal or by order of the court, review and certify the accuracy of printed transcripts and file in a timely manner, check and operate digital recording equipment to record, log court proceedings, identify participants by name to facilitate reporting; read aloud statements of participants as requested during proceedings, prepare, distribute, and preserve transcripts and related reports and documents, maintain files and records of notes and exhibits, enter case information in DOCKET, an enhancement of JUSTICE (the court case management system), performs clerical duties related to the court, attend meetings and training as required.
(Position may not be assigned all the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all the duties that may be assigned.)
Note: At any point, court reporting personnel may be required to undergo a competency evaluation based on the above criteria upon the request of the judge, the Nebraska Court of Appeals, or the Nebraska Supreme Court. Failure to meet such competency criteria shall constitute cause for action pursuant to the Nebraska Supreme Court Personnel Policies and Procedures.
- For those using the method of a multichannel digital recorder, the requirements include passing both the AAERT Certified Electronic Court Reporter (CER) test as well as the AAERT Certified Electronic Transcriber (CET) test in compliance with the Nebraska Supreme Court rules to be classified as a Court Reporter I.
Court Reporter II must demonstrate professional competence as defined in Nebraska Supreme Court Rules Relating to Court Reporting Personnel §1-204(A)(2) and § 1-204(B) be certified as a Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR), through the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) or as a Federal Certified Realtime Reporter (FCRR) or equivalent.
PREFERRED: Legal experience. Bilingual skills in English and Spanish preferred but not required.
OTHER: MUST demonstrate professional competence as defined in Nebraska Supreme Court Rules Relating to Court Reporting Personnel § 1-204(E). SPECIAL NOTE: Travel may be required, sitting behind a computer or other equipment for extended periods of time, repetitive motions with wrists, hands, and fingers. Some late hours possible.
- Knowledge of Computer Aided Transcription software.
- Knowledge of legal, medical and technical terminology.
- Knowledge of a variety of equipment including computer terminals, electronic recording equipment and printers.
- Knowledge of secretarial practices and procedures.
- Knowledge of office systems, procedures and equipment.
- Knowledge of word processing and internet software.
- Knowledge of court rules and procedures and legal vocabulary.
- Recordkeeping skills.
- Skilled in advanced spelling, punctuation, vocabulary and grammar usage.
- Skilled in the use of word processing and internet applications.
- Skilled in accurate transcription from audio recordings.
- Written and oral communication skills.
- Proofreading and editorial skills.
- Interpersonal skills to deal effectively with all levels of personnel and the public.
$53.000 - $80.000
27 Apr → 27 May
High School diploma or GED and certification as a court reporter; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Specific License or Certification Required:
Professional Certification as a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) issued through the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA). Professional license as a Certified Court Reporter (CCR) issued by the Board of Court Reporting of the Judicial Council of Georgia. Affirmation as a sworn Deputy Clerk of the Court. As a condition of continued employment, certification must be maintained through the duration of employment.
Specific Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities:
Requires skill in operating digital recording and transcription equipment. Organizing and prioritizing work. Using spreadsheets, database, word processing, presentation, financial/accounting and other software to gather, organize, analyze, and present information. Transcribing and taking dictation, including typing 225 words per minute in accordance with the standards of the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA).
Maintaining exhibits and documentary evidence. Delivering high quality, customer-focused service. Understanding, using and explaining Court-specific computer applications to manage court processes, gather and analyze statistics, and create reports. Building sustainable working relationships with other County personnel, officials, and the public. Communicating effectively with coworkers, supervisor, and the public. Generating enthusiasm and support for program objectives.
This job description indicates, in general, the nature and level of work, knowledge, skills, abilities, and other essential functions (as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act) expected of the incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of all activities, duties, or responsibilities. Incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.
The examination will consist of an evaluation of education and experience, accomplished by analysis of the application. Application must document that the applicant possesses the minimum knowledge, skills, education and experience as listed to be rated as qualified. If selected, an official, accredited college transcript is required, at time of employment, for all degrees/course work used to qualify for this position.
All applications must be completed in full before they are submitted. Please review all applications for accuracy and make all corrections before submittal because errors can result in not meeting the minimum qualifications. Additional information will not be accepted after applications are received by the Department of Human Resources Management.
Purpose of Classification:
Records and produces an accurate record of all proceedings.
Records oral communications for various formal and/or legal proceedings, such as criminal and civil litigations, trials, motions, pleas, arraignments, and hearings.
Tests digital court recording equipment regularly; ensures systems work properly prior to start of court proceedings.
Transcribes, proofs, and prepares transcriptions for distribution.
Files transcripts in civil and criminal proceedings with appropriate documentation.
Corresponds with attorneys, court officers, and the public regarding requests for the preparation of transcripts and exhibits.
Trains court reporter interns and monitors their work as required.
Orders and maintains court reporting supplies.
Maintains exhibits during court hearings and trials. Inventories, catalogs, files, boxes, records, and stores exhibits in criminal and civil litigation cases.
Logs, copies, binds, and verifies documentary evidence.
Invoices and collects fees for services rendered in the recording and transcribing of court proceedings.
$31.000 - $125.000
27 Apr → 27 May
The New York Post provides readers with the best in News, Sports, Pop Culture and Entertainment like only the Post can – with wit, irreverence and authority averaging 90m unique viewers a month. Over the past 220 years, The Post has evolved into a multi-platform media company spanning print, digital, video, audio, app, television and commerce.
The New York Post is seeking a full-time Court Reporter who can thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. The shift for this role will be
The Court Reporter will take the lead on major news stories, no matter the topic, and ensure The Post has the crucial elements covered while working to break our own lines.
The ideal candidate will have/be:
- At least three years of legal experience in a major, breaking news operation
- Institutional knowledge of the criminal justice system, preferably in New York
- Strong news-gathering skills and be able to quickly write clear, concise, accurate copy
- Regularly work out of their courthouse and monitor dockets
- Able to develop sources and cultivate contacts
- A self-starter, break exclusive stories on a competitive beat that go beyond the basic court story
- Cut through the legalese and tell the most compelling stories
- Working knowledge of SEO and social-media best practices
Note: This position will adhere to a hybrid work model.
Salary Range: $31,200 – $125,000
At The New York Post we recognize that attracting the best talent is key to our strategy and success as a company. As a result, our ranges reflect our good faith estimate to pay fairly as to what our ideal candidates are likely to expect, and we tailor our offers within the range based on the selected candidate’s experience, industry knowledge, technical and communication skills, and other factors that may prove relevant during the interview process.
In addition to compensation, the company provides eligible employees a comprehensive and highly competitive benefits package, with a variety of physical health, retirement and savings, caregiving, emotional wellbeing, transportation, and other benefits, including “elective” benefits employees may select to best fit the needs and personal situations of our diverse workforce.
22 Mar → 21 Apr
Two full-time Law Clerk positions available. One position is for the Honorable Tamara R. Bernstein of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria County in Ebensburg, Pennsylvania. The other position is for both the Honorable Timothy Creany and The Honorable Patrick Kiniry, Senior Judges for Cambria County. Judges' dockets include criminal, civil, dependency, and family law. The job responsibilities include: legal research and writing, preparation of jury charge and instructions, preparation of summaries of cases, presence at judicial proceedings, and good communication skills. This position is hybrid (3 days in office, two days from home) if commute is greater than 30 minutes.
Applicants must have a law degree (Third year students are permitted to apply, with the job being available immediately upon graduation). Applicants should submit a resume, writing sample, and references.
25 Dec → 24 Jan
Pennsylvania Eastern District Court
Philadelphia, PAOpening and
Closing Dates:11/02/202- Open Until Filled
The federal Judiciary is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
25 Dec → 24 Jan
currently has job openings for Digital Court Reporters.
We are looking for professional, mission minded people in the Roanoke, VA area.
Please contact us if you possess the following:
Valid driver's license Reliable transportation Reliable child / pet care as applicable Notary Public Legal / Paralegal studies or experience Basic Computer Skills Ability to Multi-Task Ability to lift up to 30 lbs Must be able to commit to Monday through Friday Schedule.
Please give us a call @ 855.
0077 to schedule an interview.
Full-time, Part-time Pay:
00 per year Schedule:
8 hour shift Monday to Friday License/Certification:
Driver's License (Required) Willingness to travel:
100% (Required) Work Location:
One location Quick Apply.
Estimated Salary: $20 to $28 per hour based on qualifications.
Requirements / Qualifications
Valid driver's license Reliable transportation Reliable child / pet care as applicable Notary Public Legal / Paralegal studies or experience Basic Computer Skills Ability to Multi-Task Ability to lift up to 30 lbs Must be able to commit to Monday through Friday Schedule
Driver's License (Required) Willingness to travel:
Benefits/What We offer
Estimated Salary: $20 to $28 per hour based on qualifications