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This Remote Transcription Job Might Just Make You Feel Like a Detective

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FLEXIBLE HOURS

FLEXIBLE HOURS

ANYWHERE

ANYWHERE


Got some good headphones and solid typing skills? Then we’ve got a flexible work-from-home gig for you!

Net Transcripts, a provider of transcription services related to law enforcement and criminal justice, is looking for people to work-from-home as independent contractors.

You can accept as few or as many transcription orders as you want, so applicants seeking both full- and part-time work are encouraged to apply.

But if transcribing isn’t really your thing (or your typing skills are similar to Flash the Sloth from Zootopia), no worries! We’re always posting work-from-home opportunities on our Jobs page on Facebook.

Law Enforcement Transcription Jobs at Net Transcripts

To work as a transcriptionist for Net Transcripts, you must be a U.S. citizen and current resident of any state except California or Massachusetts, and you must pass a criminal background check.

Pay: Not specified

Responsibilities include:

  • Transcribing audio content related to law enforcement, such as criminal investigations
  • Turning around transcription orders in one to five business days
  • Typing and proofing documents to at least 98% accuracy

Applicants for this position must have:

  • Previous multi-speaker transcription service experience
  • The ability to type 80 words per minute
  • Strong grammar and proofreading skills
  • A high-speed internet connection
  • A PC with a transcription software package
  • Microsoft Word and Excel knowledge
  • Good quality headphones and a foot pedal for audio playback

Net Transcripts wants people with legal transcription experience. Law enforcement or court reporting transcription is a big plus. If your experience is with medical transcription only, your application will not be considered.

Apply here for the law enforcement transcription position at Net Transcripts.

Kaitlyn Blount is a junior staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.

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