The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court is a progressive trial court in Central Florida where employees make a difference. Our team of court professionals is richly diverse, with unique perspectives and ideas. We encourage teamwork and individual contribution and pride ourselves on changing attitudes and doing things better. We’re always interested in dynamic individuals who enjoy innovation, new ideas and the opportunity to serve others while leading the way to the court of tomorrow.
The Court Reporter II position is responsible for verbatim recording and transcription of court proceedings utilizing specialized stenographic equipment and real-time technology and software. The employee possesses the ability to record testimony at the industry standard required speed and accuracy, the ability to operate a stenographic machine, read back complex testimony in open court, as well as the ability to timely produce transcripts, and meet strict appellate deadlines.
Successful completion of Court Reporting Program is required, along with at least four years of experience in the freelance field, court system or a combination thereof. Must have valid certification as a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) or higher, e.g., Certified Real Time Reporter (CRR) certification through NCRA. Will consider a non-RPR as a Court Reporter I, but the salary will be based on the minimum for this classification and must pass RPR within two years of being hired to remain employed and maintain certification. Eclipse software and Stenograph Luminex machine provided.
State funded position, great benefits, pension plan and paid holidays.
Anticipated Hiring date: ASAP
Equal opportunity employer
The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability. Persons with a disability needing an accommodation for the application/selection process should notify Human Resources (407) 836‐2261 prior to the application deadline. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711.