Digital Court Reporter
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST II
|Department||Worker's Compensation Commission|
|Date Opened||3/2/2023 4:00:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||4/13/2023 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$41,068.00 - $56,865 with potential growth to $62,525.00/year|
|HR Analyst||Christopher Barrett|
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The Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission seeks to secure the equitable and timely administration of the provisions of the Maryland Workers' Compensation law on behalf of its customer, the injured workers, and their employers, by providing an efficient forum for the resolution of individual claims.
The Workers' Compensation Commission envisions a state wherein injured workers and employers are empowered to create an equitable partnership to facilitate prompt and fair resolution of workers' compensation matters.
Together we profoundly touch the lives of so many people and have enormous responsibility to the community by fulfilling our mission of securing equitable and timely administration of the law. The Commission continues to provide services to our constituent partners at a level rarely met throughout the United States. The professionalism, work ethic, and technological acumen manifest in our operations allows us to smoothly and effectively manage the challenges which invariably arise. Every division within the agency plays a vital role in keeping us in the forefront nationally...
LOCATION OF POSITION
- A digital reporter uses high-quality digital recording equipment. The digital recording equipment, set up by the digital reporter, includes several strategically placed microphones and video recorders throughout the courtroom; take extensive simultaneous notes which are time-linked to the audio, allowing for quick and easy access for “readbacks,” or playbacks; travel to court assignments; produce and assemble complete transcripts of evidence and testimony of proceedings for use in the appellate courts or other courts; filing of daily reporter notes.
- Attending monthly division meetings; preparing monthly reports; preparing expense reports; responding to telephone inquiries; responding to correspondence from attorneys and interested parties relating to appeals and transcripts; maintaining a log of appeal/transcript workload; preparing correspondence to attorneys and interested parties regarding legal obligations and requests; and other duties as assigned.
Education: Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate.