COURT REPORTER (2 POSITIONS) (JUDICIAL)
The Court Reporter shall have a thorough knowledge of the principles of court stenography, as well as a thorough knowledge of punctuation, grammar, spelling, medical and legal terminology the ability to take dictation at the rate of a minimum of 225 words per minute, type 70 words per minute apply verbatim reporting skills in the courtroom setting, and the ability to prepare in proper form all transcripts that are ordered maintain accurate files and records of work in progress, work completed, and other notes subject to later transcription. Must adapt to the Case CATalyst, computer-aided transcription system used by the Superior Court. Although not required, RPR certificate is a plus.
Graduation from a college of recognized standing or accredited business school or private course of study specializing in stenographic reporting experience such as may have been gained through employment as a court stenographer in any other comparable jurisdiction or any combination of education and experience that shall be substantially equivalent to the above.