Take Note: This Company Needs Remote Law Enforcement Transcriptionists
We get a lot of requests for work-from-home jobs that can be done at odd hours of the day or night, that aren’t in customer service and that don’t require you to talk on the phone.
If you have background in law enforcement transcription or court reporting, this job fits the bill.
Net Transcripts is hiring full-time and part-time Law Enforcement Transcriptionists.
What’s Involved in These Transcription Jobs?
As an independent contractor, you’ll work from home transcribing audio content from criminal investigations, internal affairs and various law enforcement audios.
“New orders are available Monday through Friday with turnarounds that vary from same day to 5 business days. The majority of our orders are 3 business days,” according to the job listing.
You’re free to set your own hours and work a full-time or part-time schedule.
Before you can take on client work, you’ll need to complete an initial assessment with at least 98% accuracy.
Experience as a court reporter or as a transcriber for a law enforcement agency is preferred.
Applicants for this position must also have:
- United States citizenship and residency
- Verbatim, multi-speaker transcription experience
- Very strong attention to detail
- Excellent grammar and proofreading skills
- Minimum 80 WPM typing speed
- Proficiency with MS Word and the ability to open Excel documents
- A PC that can run a transcription software package of your choosing, a foot pedal and good, noise-cancelling headphones
Apply here for the Law Enforcement Transcriptionist job at Net Transcripts.
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