Under direction, prepare and transcribe official verbatim recordings of court proceedings using machine shorthand; and to perform related work as assigned.
This classification is full-time, represented and non-exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Salary: $70,911 – $86,193 annually
Solano Superior Court employees are valued. The court offers an excellent benefit package:
* CalPERS retirement plan (specific benefit determined pursuant to the Public Employee Pension Reform Act of 2013).Participation in Social Security, Medicare and State Disability Insurance.
* Medical insurance (plans offered through CalPERS), Delta Dental (
HMO & PPO plans), VSP vision insurance, with generous employer contribution toward premiums.
* Supplemental retirement plan (457 deferred compensation plan) available
* Flexible spending account for qualifying medical, dependent care, and/or transportation expenses.
* Basic life insurance at no cost to employee; employees may purchase additional life insurance for self and dependents.
* Sick leave, vacation leave, and floating holidays.
* Employee assistance program available at no cost to employee for self and dependents.
* Longevity pay after 20,800 hours worked.
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The U.S. District Court – Eastern District of California is recruiting for an Official Court Reporter who is Realtime certified. The incumbent will report to a Court Services Supervisor in our Clerk’s Office and will as part of a pool of reporters provide court reporting services to our Sacramento judges on an assigned basis.
San Bernardino County is seeking qualified individuals to work as Pro Tem Certified Court Reporters on an independent contractor basis. The services of Pro Tem Certified Court Reporters are needed at all court locations including: San Bernardino, Victorville, Barstow, Joshua Tree and Rancho Cucamonga.
Pro Tem Rates:
Full Day: $337.00
Half Day: $168.50
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The Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco, invite 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.
FINAL FILING DATE: Continuous. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing and continuous basis.
COMPENSATION: Effective 7/01/16: $53.0750 – $56.2500 hourly
*Plus additional Realtime pay differential of 5.5% for using Realtime or 10% for Realtime Certification.
BENEFITS: After 1040 paid work hours, paid health and dental insurance, retirement, and paid vacation and sick leave benefits may be available.
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The Superior Court of California, County of Orange is now accepting applications for:
OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER
$78,696 – $83,083
**UPDATED TO REFLECT NEW SALARY
**(New Salary Beginning July 2016: $81,845 – 86,414)
Choice of four medical plans
Vacation and sick leave packages
13 paid holidays per year
Defined-benefit retirement/pension plan
Optional deferred compensation program (457 plan)
*Additional Premium Pay (2.75% Realtime certification; 5.5% Realtime qualification) may be available when designated requirements are met.
*Hourly Rate Minimum $43.24 to Maximum Hourly Rate $45.65
**New July 2016 Hourly Rate Minimum $44.97 to Maximum Hourly Rate $47.48
This recruitment will be open on a continuous basis until sufficient qualified candidates are received to meet business needs.