Court Reporter at State of Connecticut - Workers Compensation Commission
State of Connecticut - Workers Compensation Commission
Stamford, CT, USA
31 Mar → 30 Apr
The State of Connecticut, Workers’ Compensation Commission (WCC), has an exciting part time (20 hours per week) Court Reporter (Hearing Reporter 2) opportunity in Stamford, CT! At the WCC we handle the adjudication of contested workers' compensation cases. Our mission is to provide equal access to the adjudicative process in the most expeditious manner possible.
At any point during the recruitment process, applicants may be required to submit additional documentation which support their qualification(s) for this position. These documents may include: a cover letter, performance reviews, attendance records, supervisory references, college transcripts, licensure, etc., at the discretion of the hiring agency.
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- Coordinates office workflow
- Records verbatim testimony during formal hearings
- Maintains accurate records of exhibits
- Prepares and types transcripts
- Schedules hearings or official actions and types and issues notices
- Assembles and maintains records and files
- Acts as a liaison with the public, other operating units, agencies and outside officials regarding agency policies and pocedures
- Maintains or oversees maintenance of office records and logs
- Prepares correspondence and memoranda
- May perform certain business activities such as purchasing supplies and equipment, maintaining inventory and petty cash or assisting in budget preparation
Requirements / Qualifications
Three (3) years' stenographic experience.
One (1) year of the General Experience must have included taking dictation during formal hearings.
Graduation from a one (1) year court reporting or court stenography program at a business institute may be substituted for one (1) year of the General Experience.
One (1) year as a Hearing Reporter 1 may be substituted for the General and Special Experience.
Knowledge of office systems and procedures
Knowledge of formal hearing procedures and terminology
Considerable skill and accuracy in taking dictation under difficult circumstances at the rate of 175 words per minute
Benefits/What We offer
How To Apply
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