Court Reporting Jobs in California
Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo
F/T Temporary Position (1 yr)
The ideal candidate will have experience transcribing a full range of courtroom proceedings, is familiar with real time reporting and has excellent written & verbal communication skills. Qualified candidates will have a valid CA Certified Shorthand Reporter License, knowledge of courtroom procedures, be able to stenotype and transcribe a full range of courtroom proceedings, and be versed in the laws, regulations and judicial procedures related to court reporting. Differential pay of up to 10% for employees with real time verified experience and/or certification. Apply online at .
The California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is hiring full-time Hearing Reporters. The PUC provides Diamante writers, CATalyst software & support, IT support, full benefits, travel opportunities. We earn a base salary plus daily pages, do not work evenings, weekends or holidays. Contact Ana Gonzalez at 415-703-1473,
Tri-Community Adult Education School in Covina, CA., is looking to fill two part-time positions. 1) Program Coordinator and 2) an instructor for a speed building class. A current or former CSR is preferred. Direct any inquires to Dixie King, CSR, Program Coordinator via my email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you searching for the next exciting challenge in your career? Are you looking to be a part of a dynamic organization and contribute to our justice system? Did you know the Orange County Superior Court of California is the fifth largest trial court in the United States? Come and join a team of over 1, 500 employees at the Orange County Superior Court! ANNUAL SALARY - $81, 845 - $ 86, 414. Apply at:
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