How To Make $84,000 to $137,000 in Court Reporting
I just received a letter from the United States District Court, Central District of California. If you want a job in the Los Angeles court reporting arena but don't want to be on the machine, and if you don't mind working in Los Angeles, and if you can stomach the traffic and smog, you can throw your hat in the ring to earn from $84,434 to $137,265 per year as court reporting services manager. That's a lot of ifs, but that's also a lot of cold, hard cash.
The letter asks the question, Are there other career opportunities in court reporting? The answer is, Of course there are. Then it goes on to list some of the potential candidates for this job offer.
Folks Who Might Be Interested In This Job:
- Court reporting instructors
- Managers of court reporting or deposition firms
- Court reporters who seek a less stressful job
- Court reporters who seek a less physically taxing job
The United States District Court for the Central District of California needs someone who:
- Is a take-charge individual
- Understands the court reporting profession
- Will develop and administer court reporting services for federal and magistrate judges
- Can tell a good yarn (just kidding)
If you get this job, you'll get to (have to) work with about 44 official and contract court reporters, 57 judicial officers, high level managers, and several partridges in pear trees. Did I mention the cold, hard cash -- $84,434 to $137,265 per year?
Send your letter of application and resume to
United States District Court
Central District of California
Human Resources Department
312 North Spring Street, room 535
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(Tell 'em Todd sent ya.)
Monday, April 20, 2009