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Allegis Transcription Needs Freelance Transcriptionists

This remote transcription job could be just your type.

Allegis Transcription is hiring freelance transcribers nationwide. As a transcriptionist, you’ll be responsible for listening to audio files — usually insurance claims, legal interviews or court recordings — and transcribing them into highly accurate Microsoft Word documents (including all the uh-huhs and ums).

Work is on-demand, and there are no minimum weekly hours — only weekly page requirements.

All positions require very fast typing speeds of 75 or more words per minute (WPM). To see if you meet the minimum requirements, test your typing chops at TypingTest.com.

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Experienced Transcriptionist at Allegis Transcription

Pay: Not specified.

Responsibilities include:

  • Transcribing audio files verbatim into 98% accurate Microsoft Word documents.
  • Producing at least 100 pages of transcribed within eight to 10 hours of work.
  • Meeting weekly transcription deadlines.

Applicants for this position must have:

  • At least two years of transcription experience, specifically in the insurance or legal industry or similar.
  • An ability to type at least 75 WPM.
  • Excellent grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  • Tech savviness.
  • A Windows-based PC with Microsoft Office 2010 or later and a USB foot pedal to control audio playback.

Benefits include:

  • Weekly payment via direct deposit.
  • A flexible, on-demand schedule.

Legal Transcriptionist at Allegis Transcription

Pay: Not specified.

Responsibilities include:

  • Transcribing legal-related audio recordings into Microsoft Word documents.
  • Meeting weekly transcription deadlines.

Applicants for this position must have:

  • Experience as a court reporter, legal transcriptionist, medical transcriptionist or general transcriptionist or have a legal background (ie. paralegal or legal assistant)
  • Knowledge of courtroom procedures.
  • An ability to type at least 75 WPM (or 120 in stenography).
  • A Windows-based PC with Microsoft Office, ExpressScribe software, a headset and a USB foot pedal to control audio playback.

Benefits include:

  • Weekly payment via direct deposit.
  • A flexible, on-demand schedule.

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