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California

Connecticut

District of Columbia

  • District of Columbia

    Planet Depos, LLC, based in Washington, D.C., and the only international court reporting agency led by court reporters with proven track records in the industry, is growing rapidly!

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Indiana

  • Indianapolis, Indiana

    Circle City Reporting -- a busy, well-established firm -- has immediate opening for experienced freelance reporter.  Paid twice monthly.  Excellent income potential.  90% deposition work.  Must have own equipment.  Realtime preferable.  Please e-mail resume to ccr@circlecityreporting.com or call 317-635-7857. 

  • Indiana

    Immediate opening in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  The only locally-owned and locally-operated steno firm in town has an immediate opening for a professional realtime reporter who can produce rough drafts and expedited transcripts.  We do some CART work, but 98% deposition work.  RPR preferred.  Email resume to scr@summitcityreporting.com.

Iowa

  • Iowa

    Immediate opening at Iowa’s largest, family-owned court reporting firm.  Employee status, fringe benefits, paid vacation.  Des Moines or other locations.  Call 1-515-288-4910 and ask for Mervin or Andrea.

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Mississippi

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Officialships

Arizona

  • Arizona

    Under general supervision performs work of considerable difficulty in making verbatim stenographic records of legal proceedings and transcribing same; performs related work as assigned. 

  • Prescott, Arizona

    Under little or no 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.

  • Arizona

    Arizona Superior Court in Cochise County, Division IV - Bisbee. Salary $41,681 - $45,432 annually plus a competitive benefits package. Position is Open until Filled

  • Arizona

    Performs on a professional level the recording and transcribing of court and legal proceedings to document and produce verbatim records of verbal and nonverbal activities.

  • Arizona

    The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is currently accepting resumes for Full-Time Court Reporters. The position reports courtroom proceedings and prepares case transcripts (associated income), using stenographic or other specialized equipment. These positions are hired by and serve at the will of the Court Reporting Department manager. Court Reporters may be assigned to more than one Judge in the following areas: Criminal, Civil, Family, Probation/Mental Health, Juvenile, Tax and Special Assignments.

California

  • California

    The United States District Court for the Northern District of California is recruiting for an Official Court Reporter who is Realtime certified. This position reports to the San Francisco Division's Court Reporter Supervisor.

  • California

    Los Angeles Superior Court is seeking dynamic, well-qualified, and highly-motivated individuals to fill the position of Court Reporter. This position may close at any time based on needs of the Court. Applicants are encouraged to apply promptly. To apply, please visit our website at www.lacourt.org. If you have questions, please call (213) 633-0347.

  • California

    The United States District Court, Central District of California, is recruiting for Official Court Reporters who are Certified Realtime Reporters. There are one or more vacancies to be filled in Los Angeles at this time. The court reporters will report to the Manager of Court Reporting Services for the United States District Court, Central District of California, and to the District Judge to whom the court reporter is assigned. In addition to the current vacancy, an eligibility list of qualified candidates will be developed from this recruitment to fill potential future vacancies within the district court over the course of the next year.

Colorado

  • Colorado

    The Colorado Judicial Branch is a premier state government agency focusing on state trial courts and offender probation.  Across the many varied career paths within the organization we universally recruit ambitious individuals to become valued public servants and future leaders.  We are seeking applicants who want to contribute in making the Judicial Branch the "employer of choice" in Colorado.  In addition, our desire is to hire professionals who consistently demonstrate integrity, embrace change, and contribute to the bottom line success of their smaller work team and the larger goals of the organization. 

Delaware

  • Georgetown, Delaware

    The Superior Court of Delaware is seeking court reporters responsible for the verbatim recording and transcribing of trials, proceedings, hearings, and conferences at the Sussex County Courthouse in Georgetown.

District of Columbia

  • District of Columbia

    This position is located in the Clerk's Office of the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Columbia. The incumbent of this position will be assigned to an Article III Judge and is responsible for the recording and transcription of verbatim testimony of court sessions and/or other proceedings.

Florida

  • Key West, Florida

    This position is responsible for scheduling, training and supervising Stenographic and Digital Court Reporters; reporting and transcribing court proceedings; processing transcript requests and performing related administrative functions; preparing and maintaining statistical data; and monitoring deadline and budgetary issues. Working knowledge of the court system, courtroom procedures, legal documents and legal terminology is preferred.

Georgia

  • Georgia

    Incumbent in this class performs duties related to recording and transcribing verbatim court proceedings or other hearings before the courts, County tribunals, boards, and/or councils. Responsibilities include maintaining exhibits during court hearings and trials.

  • Georgia

    The Clerk’s Office is seeking a Certified Realtime Reporter for the position of Official Court Reporter in its Albany Division, which is located at the C.B. King Federal Building in Albany Georgia.  The court reporter is part of a court reporter pooling system and travel is required throughout the District. The successful candidate will maintain normal office hours from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  As part of the Operations section, the Court Reporter records verbatim all proceedings as directed. Court Reporters are guided by and responsible for following the policies and administrative procedures contained in Guide to Judicial Policy and the Court Reporter Management Plan for the Middle District of Georgia. The successful candidate should be a mature, responsible, and poised individual, who possesses tact, good judgment, initiative, and dynamic people skills.

Hawaii

Idaho

Illinois

Kansas

  • Kansas

    Highly responsible work recording judicial proceedings at high rates of speed and preparing verbatim transcripts of jury trials, motion hearings, conferences, and dockets. Storage and logging of exhibits and maintaining electronic backup storage of proceedings is required. Assignment includes working in criminal, civil, probate, juvenile, and domestic cases as needed.

  • Kansas

    Highly responsible work in recording and accurately transcribing verbatim reports of judicial trials, hearings and conferences.  Duties include travel accompanying district judge throughout a six county district. Must be a Kansas Certified Court Reporter or be able to obtain a temporary certificate issued in compliance with applicable Kansas Supreme Court Rules.

  • Kansas

    Highly responsible work recording judicial proceedings at high rates of speed and preparing verbatim transcripts of jury trials, motion hearings, conferences, and dockets. Storage and logging of exhibits and maintaining electronic backup storage of proceedings is required. Transcription from digital recordings as needed. Assigrnnent includes working in criminal, civil, probate, juvenile, and domestic cases as needed.

  • Wichita, Kansas

    Highly responsible work recording judicial proceedings at high rates of speed and preparing verbatim transcripts of any and all hearings when requested. Storage and logging of exhibits and maintaining electronic backup storage of proceedings is required. Available for assignment to any court within the District.

  • Kansas

    Highly responsible work recording judicial proceedings at high rates of speed and preparing verbatim transcripts of jury trials, motion hearings, conferences, and dockets. Storage and maintaining electronic backup storage of proceedings is required. Assignment includes working in criminal, civil, probate, juvenile, and domestic cases as needed.

  • Kansas

    Highly responsible work in recording and accurately transcribing verbatim reports of judicial trials, hearings and conferences. Duties include travel accompanying district judge throughout a six county district. Must be a Kansas Certified Court Reporter or be able to obtain a temporary certificate issued in compliance with applicable Kansas Supreme Court Rules.

Louisiana

  • Louisiana

    The First Judicial District Court in Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana has a position open for a Court Reporter.

  • Louisiana

    The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana is seeking qualified applicants for the full-time permanent positon of Official Court Reporter. More than one position may be filled through this vacancy announcement. Official Court Reporters are appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the court and must comply with the requirements of the Judicial Conference of the United States and the Court Reporter Management Plan of this Court.

  • Louisiana

    The United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana is accepting applications for a full-time Court Reporter. This position is located in the Lafayette Division of the Western District of Louisiana. Court Reporters are responsible for recording court proceedings in court and in chambers, for producing requested transcripts, and for filing required copies of transcripts with the Clerk of Court.

Maryland

  • Maryland

    Position will cover criminal, civil and domestic cases. Full benefit package including covering paid holidays, sick/vacation leave, personal days, medical, prescription, vision and dental plans, life insurance and more. RPR preferred.

  • Maryland

    Circuit Court for Wicomico County is Seeking a Court Reporter. County Grade 19 ($36,261 – 59,377). Duties: This excepted appointment position serves at the pleasure of the County Administrative Judge and will provide court reporting and transcription services, including taking verbatim records of court proceedings utilizing computer-aided transcription (CAT) and/or simultaneous video display transcription (realtime); timely preparation and certification of transcripts as requested in conformity with court standards, and performing other administrative duties as needed. Position will cover a variety of criminal, civil and juvenile cases.

Michigan

Minnesota

  • Duluth, Minnesota

    The Sixth Judicial District seeks an Official Stenographic Court Reporter for the Honorable John E. DeSanto, who is chambered in the St. Louis County Courthouse in Duluth, Minnesota. This at-will exempt position 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. Real time capability required.

  • Minnesota

    The Court Reporter Unit provides in-person stenographic reporting, including real time; monitoring from the Central Monitoring Room (CMR); and transcription work. Work assignment and work direction is received from a Court Reporter Unit Supervisor and/or Lead Worker. Some Court Reporters are assigned nearly exclusively to work on an in-person basis on a wide variety of hearings and trials throughout District Court; other Court Reporters prefer monitoring courtrooms in the CMR, using digital recording technology. All Court Reporters have the opportunity to volunteer for additional transcription work, as well, preparing and distributing transcripts in accordance with rules of court, opinions, state statutes, legal guidelines and policies.

  • Minnesota

    The First Judicial District seeks an Official Stenographic Court Reporter for Chief Judge Terrence E. Conkel. This position is responsible for the verbatim recording of testimony from judicial proceedings, hearings and conferences in compliance with all applicable statutes and court rules or as directed by the appointing authority.

Mississippi

Missouri

North Carolina

  • North Carolina

    This staff person will: record proceedings in court trials, hearings, and conferences using stenotype; accurately transcribe the record of court proceedings and delivery certified transcripts in a timely fashion pursuant to applicable rules; read aloud, as circumstances require, statements made by participants during court proceedings; ensure that evidence has been properly introduced and marked as an exhibit; take dictation of orders and findings of fact and type them for a judge's signature; maintain files, notes, tapes, and records to facilitate later reference and use; respond to inquiries from court personnel, attorneys, citizens, and prisoners; and complete activity reporters and travel reimbursement forms and submit them to the Administrative Office of the Courts in a timely fashion.

North Dakota

Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma

    Associate District Judge G. Brent Russell in Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma, is seeking a court reporter. Direct inquires to Judge Russell at 580-470-2015 between the hours of 8:30am-4:30pm. Salary set by statute.  The reporter will perform general courtroom responsibilities.  Opportunity for sufficient number of transcripts.

  • Oklahoma

    Oklahoma Corporation Commission has an immediate opening for a full-time official court reporter, for public utility, oil and gas preceedings. 

  • Garfield County, Oklahoma

    Position will be working for our two special district judges, covering a variety of cases, but mainly criminal preliminary hearings and family relations. Pursuant to Oklahoma Statute salary base pay is $39,160.00 with a transcript rate of $3.50 per page. State benefits include insurance, paid sick/vacation leave, longevity pay for up to 20 years and state retirement. Oklahoma CSR, equivalent state certification or RPR certification required.

  • Woodward County, Oklahoma

    Position will be covering the western half of the 4th Judicial District. Pursuant to Oklahoma Statute salary base pay is $39,160.00 with a transcript rate of $3.50 per page.  State benefits include insurance, paid sick/vacation leave, longevity pay for up to 20 years and state retirement.  Oklahoma CSR, equivalent state certification or RPR certification required. 

Pennsylvania

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    This is highly-skilled stenographic work, reporting and transcribing verbatim testimony of court proceedings through the use of a computer-aided stenotype machine. This work also involves the use of a computer to transcribe notes of testimony. Transcripts represent the official record of court; therefore, employee’s transcription skills require precise accuracy.

  • Ebensburg, Pennsylvania

    The position requires the ability to record verbatim court testimony via stenotype machine, to read back any or all portions of the court record, and to produce transcripts and court orders.  Eclipse software, Diamante Wave writers and all supplies are provided. Continuing education paid for by employer for RPR.

Texas

Virgin Islands

  • Virgin Islands

    This is advanced technical and clerical work. 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.

Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin

    Candidates must meet one of three minimum professional standards to be considered eligible for hire: (1) Graduation from a court reporting school approved by either the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) or the National Verbatim Reporters Association (NVRA), or (2) Successful completion of the Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) examination administered by the NCRA, or (3) Successful completion of the Certified Verbatim Reporter (CVR) examination administered by the NVRA. Preferred: Realtime proficiency.

  • Wisconsin

     Candidates must meet one of three minimum professional standards to be considered eligible for hire: (1) Graduation from a court reporting school approved by either the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) or the National Verbatim Reporters Association (NVRA), or (2) Successful completion of the Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) examination administered by the NCRA, or (3) Successful completion of the Certified Verbatim Reporter (CVR) examination administered by the NVRA.

  • Wisconsin

    Candidates must meet one of three minimum professional standards to be considered eligible for hire: (1) Graduation from a court reporting school approved by either the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) or the National Verbatim Reporters Association (NVRA), or (2) Successful completion of the Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) examination administered by the NCRA, or (3) Successful completion of the Certified Verbatim Reporter (CVR) examination administered by the NVRA. Preferred:  Realtime proficiency. 

  • Wisconsin

    Candidates must meet one of three minimum professional standards to be considered eligible for hire: (1) Graduation from a court reporting school approved by either the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) or the National Verbatim Reporters Association (NVRA), or (2) Successful completion of the Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) examination administered by the NCRA, or (3) Successful completion of the Certified Verbatim Reporter (CVR) examination administered by the NVRA. Preferred: Realtime proficiency.