Digital Court Reporter at The State of Florida
The State of Florida
Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
12 Jan → 11 Feb
Join Florida’s talented workforce to fulfill your professional goals and achieve a meaningful career as a Court Reporter.
Our talented public servants work hard to serve more than 19 million residents across Florida, and you, too, can realize success in the Sunshine State. Working in Florida’s state government means being responsive to the issues impacting the taxpayers of our state.
Florida’s state government boasts both fast-paced work environments in which critical thinking and creative problem-solving are a must as well as steady employment opportunities that prize consistent service to our state’s residents.
- Responsible work for covering court and depositions using digital audio reporting systems and producing transcripts from the above-mentioned recordings
- Records and monitors all assigned court proceedings and depositions, keeps annotations or recording log sheets as appropriate, files annotations and/or log sheets in the appropriate manner and maintains filing tapes and recordings in proper order
- Ensures that equipment is in good working order and reports malfunctioning equipment in a timely manner
- Timeliness and attendance are essential functions of this position
Requirements / Qualifications
Graduation from a standard high school or equivalent and two years of secretarial and/or clerical experience
Successfully completed studies beyond the high school level may be substituted for the required experience at rate of 720 classroom hours or 30 semester hours per year
Ability to use and understand the applicable digital audio court recording system for recording and transcribing proceedings
Ability to use word processing, spreadsheet and e-mail applications such as, WordPerfect, Word, Outlook, Corel Quattro Pro, and Excel is required
Ability to type 55 correct words per minute
How To Apply
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