We’re going to rattle off job postings on the blog so that they’re accessible and shareable. Links may go dead with time but steno lives strong:
- Bronx Grand Jury
- Court Reporter Provisional – NYS Courts.
- Court Reporter Permanent – Filing TBA. NY Courts.
- Various freelance listings via Google.
Word of advice: For some jobs, but particularly private sector jobs, it is okay to apply even if you do not meet whatever requirements they’ve posted. For example, as of writing, eScribers says they want you to have an AAERT or NCRA certification. I’d bet money that if someone presented well and didn’t have a single certification, they’d work with them, because it’s about the money, and if you’re a producer, you’re a money maker. The only time it is bad to apply is if they want a service you cannot provide, like realtime.
And if you absolutely must leave New York, there are federal job openings in Kentucky, Florida, Vermont, South Carolina, and Puerto Rico. There’s also an electronic court reporting job in Massachusetts. Maybe someone more charming than me can convince the judges to use stenographers.