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Official Stenographic or Electronic Court Reporter Duties : Capture verbatim recording of court proceedings using a stenographic machine or electronic recording equipment and to prepare and distribute transcripts in accordance with rules of court, opinions, state statutes, legal guidelines and policies. Additionally, serves as the appointing authority's confidential assistant. Exercises considerable independent judgment in all aspects of job performance. Work is reviewed and evaluated by the appointing authority. Capture verbatim record of court proceedings. Reads back testimony upon request. Mark and record exhibits as presented at hearings. Types findings of fact, memorandums of law, orders, legal papers and correspondence in the performance of duties as secretary for the judge. Prepares transcripts and court orders. Maintains accurate and complete files and records. Maintains awareness of Rules, Statutes and policy changes/additions/deletions. Serves as confidential assistant and secretary to appointing authority. Some travel may be required.
Qualification and Experience
Stenographic : The candidate should have high school diploma or the equivalent. Must be Graduate of a court reporting school approved by the National Court Reporter Association (NCRA); and A Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) designation from the NCRA or compliance with the Minnesota Supreme Court Order 81-876.
Electronic: Must have Graduation from high school 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 is required. Strong preference for someone with skills, knowledge and ability in, or willingness to learn, the latest court reporter technology is required.
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