Electronic court reporting is an exciting and fast-paced career with unlimited growth potential. As a court reporter, you will sit in on legal proceedings, depositions, meetings, interviews and other exciting events that are generally closed to the public. Your job will include the setup and monitoring of digital voice and video recording equipment and the operation of the latest tools in the electronic court reporting industry. During the proceeding, you will oversee the recording to digital format and will create detailed log files of the record. We are looking for legal professionals with a desire to work for themselves. As a transcriber for A/V Tronics, you will work as an independent contractor and develop your own business. This position is available anywhere in the United States! All assignments are distributed over the internet, allowing nationwide access.
For transcription, you must own your own equipment as follows: Personal Computer with USB ports (PC, not Macintosh). 1.7 Ghz or greater Athlon or Pentium CPU (Celeron/Duron 2.6Ghz+)
256MB or greater RAM. Microsoft Word 2000 or higher. A high speed internet connection only (You cannot use dial-up). A reliable email account that can accept attachments. A CD-RW or any drive capable of burning CD-Roms. A modern sound card. An AGP video card with at least 32MB of RAM. Windows XP (98, NT, 2000 are NOT supported). (Equipment purchases may be necessary, such as foot pedals, headphones, etc.). Our success in all areas depends on our ability to satisfy customers. We pride ourselves on consistently providing our clients with the highest quality service possible. That is why we stress attention to detail, accuracy and quality. We evaluate the following requirements from individuals requesting to work for us: Attention to detail. Quality of work. The ability to work under pressure. The ability to meet deadlines. Prior experience in the legal industry. Experience with computers. You should be able to type at least 75+ WPM. You must have a good grasp of the English language. Previous reporting or transcription experience is a plus.
High School Diploma or GED
Based on experience