SPOKANE COUNTY invites applications for the position of: Official Court Reporter
TOTAL COMPENSATION: $60,582.29 - $81,746.53 annually. Total compensation is an estimate based upon base compensation, median retirement fund contributions, and current employer-paid health and related benefit contribution rates (including medical, dental, life insurance, long term disability, and leave). The actual total will vary depending upon each employee's enrollment choices.
-RECRUITMENT WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED; FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS WILL OCCUR ON 10/6/17. -Certified Court Reporter or Certified Shorthand Reporter license required. Certification referenced in RCW 18.145.080 required. Registered Professional Reporter certification preferred. Real-time experience preferred. -Official Court Reporters are entitled to the same paid six weeks off each year as the Judge they are employed by. -Please attach the following supplemental documents to your online application: RESUME; COVER LETTER; LIST OF PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES.
Performs highly skilled stenographic work associated with court proceedings.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Reports, transcribes and preserves a verbatim stenographic machine or computer-aided record of court proceedings, hearings and conferences. Indexes and files notes and transcripts; reads back portions of the record upon order by the court in compliance with the request by trial attorneys.
Assists with the management of the trial department.
Transcribes oral and memorandum opinions of the court; prepares jury instructions and court correspondence at the direction of the judge.
Assists the court clerk in marking exhibits and administering oath to witnesses. Performs other related duties as required.
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: As per RCW 2.32.180 - Three years experience as a skilled, practical reporter, or who upon examination shall be able to report and transcribe accurately (200) wpm of two- voice testimony for five consecutive minutes OR pass a national test which is approved by the state licensing department. Also see WAC 308-14-085.
LICENSE: Certified Court Reporter or Certified Shorthand Reporter license required. Registered Professional Reporter certification preferred. Real-time experience preferred.
SELECTION FACTORS: Knowledge of: -English grammar, punctuation and vocabulary. -legal, medical, and other technical terminology.
Ability to: -read, comprehend and follow court rules and State laws related to the work. -maintain records and files of stenographic machine notes, computer-aided tapes, and verbatim transcripts. -accurately hear and transcribe a variety of voice modulations and to concentrate on what is being said regardless of physical surroundings. -work accurately under stressful situations.
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