The Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco, invites applications from licensed Court Reporters able to report in Realtime who are willing to work for the Court on an Intermittent or As-Needed basis reporting a variety of proceedings and producing transcripts upon request.
The selected qualified candidates will be appointed as “as-needed” employees who will be contacted to work on a daily basis, when needed by the Court. Most of the assignments will be in the Criminal departments. Assignments are made in half-day or whole day increments.
The Position: Under limited supervision, provides supervision and coordination of duties for court reporters; records and transcribes verbatim stenographic accounts of official court proceedings, and performs related duties as required. Serves at the pleasure of the Court Executive Officer.
Supervision exercised: Exercises supervision over lower level staff.
There are a variety of benefits available to regular status employees of the Superior Court of CA, County of Santa Barbara. These benefits include: medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance programs, retirement program, flexible spending account (health care, dependent care, transportation and parking), employee assistance program, and deferred compensation program.
Under general supervision, serves as the Official Court Reporter for assigned proceedings in Santa Barbara courts by recording and transcribing verbatim accounts of official court proceedings using machine shorthand; furnishing timely transcripts of such records and performing other related work as may be required.
The Superior Court of California, County of Santa Cruz is seeking highly qualified candidates to create an eligibility list for filling future vacancies for Court Reporter at its Santa Cruz and/or Watsonville Courthouse locations.
Compensation and Benefits
The position of Court Reporter is classified as represented hourly employment and is compensated according to the following hourly pay range:
A flat fee of $300 for half day and $600 for full day when realtime is provided.
The Court offers a generous benefits package, which includes life insurance, a choice of health plans, dental and vision plans, membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), paid holidays, and paid time off. Employees pay a portion of their own PERS retirement.
Please contact HR if you would like more specific benefits information.
The Superior Court of California, County of Alameda is accepting applications for the positions of both Court Reporter & Court Reporter, Per Diem. Under direction, Court Reporters & Court Reporters, Per Diem stenotypes a verbatim record of court proceedings; to read notes as requested; to prepare transcripts; and to perform other related duties as assigned.
$101,595.00 annual base salary*
$87,867 – $106,684 annual
base salary plus 5% in-house realtime certification*
The Superior Court of Contra Costa County is conducting an open recruitment to fill Court Reporter vacancies. Individuals selected must be available to be assigned to any court location. An eligibility list will be established as a result of this recruitment and may be used to fill other vacancies in the future. Only incumbents who meet the minimum qualifications by the final filing date may apply.
Salary Range: $84,366.30 – $102,547.75 annually* *Base salary only; realtime differentials of 5%, 7.5%, or 10% may apply.
Full benefits package is offered by the court including paid accrued vacation days, sick days, and holidays. Choice of health, dental and vision plans with court subvention, court paid life insurance, career development reimbursement, professional development reimbursement and deferred compensation program.
Please see employment notice for more details on salary, differentials, and benefits package.
Court Reporters who hold a state or national Realtime certification (CRR, CRP, CCRR, CRG or FCRR) shall receive a 10% pay differential.
Court Reporters who have successfully completed the Court administered Realtime certification test shall receive a 5% pay differential
Under direction, this specialized classification steno graphically records and maintains an official record of court proceedings, reads notes as requested, prepares transcripts, and performs other related duties as required.
Incumbents in this classification are responsible for making verbatim official records of court proceedings in machine shorthand and providing read back of all or portions of the record upon request.
The Court offers a substantial benefits package to include a choice of health plan, dental plan, a vision plan, 13 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation, 4 days of personal leave, day off on your birthday and sick leave.
Our Court offered Health insurance plan is offered through Kaiser, HealthNet and Valley Health Plan. Certain coverage fully paid by Court for employee and dependents.
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