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The Current Court Reporter Salary is $60,072

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POSITION FILLED! Court Reporter Career Opportunity in Southern Illinois

POSITION FILLED! SALARY RANGE: $80,500 to $96,600. The United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Official Court Reporter. This is a full-time permanent position located in East St. Louis.

POSITION FILLED! 21st Judicial Circuit in St. Louis County, Missouri Court Reporter Job Opening

POSITION FILLED! The 21st Judicial Circuit in St. Louis County, Missouri, is currently seeking a certified court reporter for Div. 4, The Honorable Joseph S. Dueker. SALARY: $58,321.92 annually, plus transcripts.

POSITION FILLED! 9th Judicial Circuit seeking full time Court Reporter

POSITION FILLED! The Court Reporter will be appointed in accordance with Chapter, 485, RSMo and attends sessions of the court under the direction of the Presiding Judge for the purpose of taking the record and producing transcripts as applicable. This is a state-paid position that becomes available October 1, 2019.

POSITION FILLED! The 7th Judicial Circuit in Clay County, Missouri Seeking Certified Court Reporter

POSITION FILLED! The 7th Judicial Circuit in Clay County, Missouri, is currently seeking a Certified Court Reporter for Div. 1, The Honorable Shane T. Alexander. SALARY: $58,321.92 annually, plus transcripts.

POSITION FILLED! Court Reporter II Division of Workers’ Compensation Adjudication Section Jackson County

POSITION FILLED! A non-merit Court Reporter II position is now being filled in Kansas City with the Missouri Department of Labor/Division of Workers’ Compensation, Adjudication Section.

POSITION FILLED! 13th Judicial Circuit for Judge Jeff Harris Court Reporter Job Announcement

POSITION FILLED! The Court Reporter is responsible for make a word-for-word transcript of legal proceedings. The verbatim documentation in criminal, civil and other court proceedings requires a profession who is highly skilled and trained in court reporting. This position is a state employee, working under the direct supervision of Division II.