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The Superior Court of California, County of Alameda is accepting applications for the positions of Court Reporter, Per Diem. Under direction, Court Reporter Per Diems, stenotype a verbatim record of court proceedings; read notes as requested; prepare transcripts; and perform other related duties as assigned.
A Court Reporter, Per Diem, is a temporary non-benefited position that is assigned court-wide on a services-as-needed basis. The work hours will vary based on the temporary staffing needs of the Court. Employees may be assigned to work a half-day or full-day.
Possession of a current license in good standing issued by the State of California, Department of Consumers Affairs Certified Shorthand Reporters Board is required.
National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), Certified Realtime Reporter CRR) certification or other real time reporting certifications are highly desired.
Vacancies will be filled at various court locations throughout Alameda County.
Employees appointed to a position of Court Reporter, Per Diem, must be willing to travel and work throughout any of the court locations within the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda.
Example of Duties
NOTE: The following are duties performed by employees in this classification; however, employees may perform other related duties at an equivalent level. Each individual in the classification does not necessarily perform all listed duties.
1. Reports verbatim proceedings of all necessary judicial and court matters using stenographic equipment or computer-aided technology (CAT) with Real-time capability; reads back all of the official court record upon request.
2. Meets transcription deadlines in accordance with California Rules of Court and Penal Code 869e and 1203.01 and other applicable statutes as may be required; prepares certified transcripts as requested by judicial officers, attorneys and the public in a timely manner.
3. Maintains an accurate record of daily proceedings; and stores paper and electronic notes according to policy guidelines.
4. May provide secretarial support to the judicial officer; and types or prepares judicial documents, including judgments, decisions and jury instructions upon request.
5. May provide court reporter services in other courtrooms throughout Alameda County when regularly assigned court is not in session or due to operational necessity.
6. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
Possession of a current license in good standing issued by the State of California, Department of Consumers Affairs Certified Shorthand Reporters Board.
Knowledge of basic legal, medical and other terminology required for court proceedings; courtroom procedures and protocol; English usage, grammar, punctuation and spelling; transcript production procedures and practices; and personal CAT system.
Ability to write shorthand at a minimum of 200 words per minute with 97.5% accuracy; work independently; plan and organize work to meet statutory and non-statutory deadlines; prepare and deliver Court mandated and/or appeal transcripts and extensions within statutory timeframes, formatted in conformance with statutory requirements; establish and maintain effective working relationships with judges, staff, attorneys and the public.
LICENSE: A valid California Class "C" driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out essential job functions.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Must own and maintain appropriate equipment for transcription of court proceedings.
This position includes a one-year probationary period. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of fingerprint check and the provision of appropriately identifying documents to certify eligibility to work in the United States.
The hiring process will include the following components:
- An initial screening of all application materials receivedincluding a completed application and supplemental questionnaire. A resume does not substitute for completing the application. An incomplete or partial application or supplemental questionnaire will result in disqualification.
- A review of the completed application and supplemental questionnaire to select the best-qualified candidates for the oral panel interview process.
- An oral interview that will be weighted as 100% of the candidate's final score. The oral interview may contain situational exercises.
The Court reserves the right to change the components of the examination process and may limit the number of candidates invited to the oral interview process to include only the best-qualified candidates should there be a large applicant pool.
The application and supplemental questionnaire are used to evaluate the candidate's qualifications. If you are interested in the opportunity, it is recommended that you submit your application and supplemental questionnaire as soon as possible since this recruitment may be closed at any time should the Court receive a sufficient number of qualified applicants.
If you require accommodation in the examination process because of disability, please call (510) 891-6021 to discuss.
Job Posting End Date
Open Until Filled