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Official Court Reporter The candidate will be responsible for the verbatim recording and transcription of testimony from judicial proceedings, hearings, and conferences, in compliance with all applicable statutes and court rules or as directed by the appointing authority. Additionally, the court reporter serves as the judicial officer's confidential assistant. Responsibilities include to: Capture a verbatim record of court proceedings. Reads or plays back testimony upon request. Prepare and distribute transcripts and court orders in accordance with Rules of Court, opinions, State Statutes, legal guidelines and policies. Maintain accurate and complete files and records. Maintain awareness of Rules, Statutes, and policy changes/additions/deletions. Serve as the Judge's confidential assistant. Perform other court related and confidential duties as directed by the Judge. Some travel may be required.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have following qualifications:
Stenographic: High school diploma or the equivalent; Graduate of a court reporting school approved by the National Court Reporter Association (NCRA); and designation of Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) from the NCRA or compliance with the Minnesota Supreme Court Order 81-876.
Electronic: High school diploma or the equivalent, supplemented by course work in secretarial sciences or paralegal training and experience in a law or court office; ability to successfully complete the Electronic Court Reporter certification exam as administered by the Minnesota State Supreme Court.
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