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Court Reporter II - Honolulu, O`ahu

at Hawaii State Judiciary

Pay: up to $58824.00/year
Salary : $4,902.00 Monthly
Posted: 10/6/2019
Job Reference #: 1907563
Categories: Other/General
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Job Title:Court Reporter II - Honolulu, O`ahu
Closing Date/Time:Continuous
Salary:$4,902.00 Monthly
Job Type:Various
Location: O'ahu
Recruitment Number 17-126TY, Court Reporter II, SR-25*, Honolulu, O`ahu.

8/20/18 - Amended Hawai`i CSR Certificate requirement at the time of application.

* 11/26/18, Updated salary rate to reflect 01/01/19 NSS
 Summary of Duties:
Takes verbatim records of civil, criminal, and Grand Jury court proceedings; transcribes and certifies typewritten transcripts; and performs other duties as required.
 Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education Requirement: Graduation from high school. Work experience which required the ability to read, comprehend, and apply written directions or a high degree of verbal skill may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.

Stenographic Requirement: Applicants must demonstrate the ability to take verbatim dictation at:
  1. 225 words per minute in question and answer testimony;
  2. 200 words per minute in jury charges;
  3. 180 words per minute in literary; and transcribe such dictation at an acceptable rate.
License Requirement: To qualify, applicants should possess a current certificate as a Hawai`i Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR) issued by the Supreme Court through the Hawai`i Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters.*

To obtain more information about the certificate including application materials, please contact:
Hawai`i Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters
Phone: (808) 539-4230; or
email: MariJo.A.Davidson@courts.hawaii.gov; or
mail: 777 Punchbowl Street
Honolulu, Hawai`i 96813

*NOTE:  Applicants who do not currently possess a Hawai`i CSR certificate, but possess a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) certificate issued by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) may also apply. If you are selected for a position, you will not be able to start employment until you receive a Hawai`i CSR certificate issued by the Supreme Court through the Hawai`i Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters.
 Supplemental Information:

The following information must be submitted online as an attachment to the application, by mail or hand-delivered to: Hawai`i State Judiciary, Department of Human Resources, 426 Queen Street, First Floor, Honolulu, Hawai`i 96813.

License: Applicants must submit a copy of a current Hawai`i Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters certificate or Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) certificate issued by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA)at the time of application.