Consider this challenging opportunity in the Superior Court of Justice as an Irregular On-Call Category Court Recording Monitor, where you will record court proceedings verbatim using electronic monitoring equipment and produce transcripts.NOTE: The Court Recording Monitor position requires that employees prepare transcripts on their own time, using their own equipment within specific timeframes. Employees will receive a prescribed fee for the completion of transcripts.NOTE: In this position you may be asked to work from 0 to 36.25 hours per week, however, the average hours worked are approximately 10-16 hours per month.What can I expect to do in this role?In this position, you will be responsible for:• operating electronic monitoring equipment to accurately record court proceedings; • maintaining a written log of proceedings; • providing playback in court; • preparing verbatim transcripts of court proceedings on request [Note: transcripts are prepared on incumbents own time with own equipment within prescribed timelines and will receive a prescribed fee]; • indexing and filing court records.Court Services Division is committed to a diverse, respectful and professional workplace that reflects OPS values.How do I qualify?Mandatory• typing to 50 w.p.m. Job may require candidates to work overtime, weekends, statutory holidays and to travel to other court locations as required.Qualifications:• organizational skills, accuracy and attention to detail; • ability to multi-task in a high demand work environment to meet strict deadlines; • ability to research case law and understand legal terminology to complete transcripts; • knowledge of relevant provincial and federal acts to understand the nature of court proceedings; • proficiency in English oral and written communication skills; • ability to speak publicly in a courtroom setting; judgement, discretion and confidentiality in dealing with judiciary, counsel and the public; proficiency with computer applications to accurately key information; • ability to operate various electronic recording and transcribing devises to maintain formatting standards and proficiency in grammar and spelling for the production of transcripts.
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