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MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

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JEFFERSON CITY , MO

COURT REPORTER I/II

MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
JEFFERSON CITY, MO Full-time
Posted on September 6, 2018

COURT REPORTER I/II

Division of Workers Compensation

Adjudication Section

Jackson County

Court Reporter I Twice-A-Month Salary Range, $1848.00

Court Reporter II Twice-A-Month Salary Range: $2088.00

A non-merit Court Reporter I/II position is now being filed in Kansas City with the Missouri Department of Labor/Division of Worker's Compensation, Adjudication Section.

MAJOR JOB COMPONENT:

Plans and coordinates reporting and transcribing of formal administrative hearings. 

Reviews cases and decides on proper methods of handling and processing, including reporting, transcribing and  reproducing.

Takes verbatim notes of testimony in administrative proceedings using a stenotype machine.

Makes for identification purposes any exhibits introduced into evidence and incorporates exhibits into prepared transcripts.

 

Utilizes a computer-aided transcription system in preparation of the verbatim record.

Suggests changes and improvements to procedures, orders and maintains equipment and supplies, performs related office tasks.

Maintains statistics and records concerning hearings and transcript production.

Performs other related office work as assigned by the Administrative Law Judges.

Works independently within the scope of assigned duties.

Maintains positive working relationships and conduct duties with courtesy and respect.

Accepts and implements feedback with a positive attitude and constructively support open communication, dedication, and compassion.

Seeks to assist team members and accepts additional assignments willingly.

Maintains regular and reliable attendance..

Other duties as assigned. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of courtroom procedures.

Thorough knowledge of Missouri Supreme Court Rules on preparation of transcripts. 

Considerable knowledge of office management and record-keeping procedures.

Considerable knowledge of legal terminology, medical terminology, grammatical construction, punctuation, and spelling.

Ability to work under courtroom pressure for long periods of time without rest.

Ability to fully utilize a computer-aided transcription system.

Ability to travel as necessary to cover hearings.

Experience in transcribing medical testimony is preferred.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

The applicant must have successfully completed an accredited two year course in court reporting

OR

The applicant must be certified as a Certified Court Reporter by the Missouri Board of Certified Court Reporter Examiners or certified by the National Court Reporters Association as a Registered Professional Reporter. 

Two years experience is preferred in taking verbatim notes at hearings using a stenotype machine and transcribing the hearing notes using computer-aided transcription equipment, and successful completion of an accredited two-year course in court reporting.

To Apply:

Submit a completed application (https://labor.mo.gov/sites/labor/files/pubs_forms/2396-Al.pdf), cover letter, resume and transcripts to: humanresources@labor.mo.gov, fax 573-751-3668 or mail to: Human Resources, PO Box 510, Jefferson City,MO 65102 by Sept. 21, 2018.