Who we are:
Auscript provides digital recording and transcription solutions to courts across Australia and the United Kingdom. As part of For The Record Group, our industry-leading technologies drive digital transformation in the justice system. We are focussed on global penetration and growth. Auscript is the sole provider of transcription services to the Queensland Department of Justice, the Australian Federal Court, the Federal Circuit Court and the Family Court. We also provide recording and transcription services for a range of government organisations, ASX100 companies and major legal firms. We have an ongoing goal to build an enviable work culture and an environment that inspires our employees.
As Auscript’s ‘eyes and ears’ at both court and private venues, Court Monitors ensure the accurate recording of events using dedicated audio equipment and timestamped log notes. Additionally, they serve as Auscript’s client-facing ambassadors, embodying Auscript’s professionalism and referring on-site client enquiries to Auscript’s Client Services team. This is a casual position requiring 4 – 5 days of availability per week.
- Creating an accurate annotated record of events, using Auscript’s supplied systems.
- Monitor the quality of in-court audio recording, conducting sound checks and proactively escalating equipment faults.
- Set-up and operation of portable recording kits at private offices and on-site locations.
- Obtain and enter glossary terms, attendance lists, session times and other recording information into Auscript’s supplied systems.
- Maintain an excellent standard of professionalism and client service, referring queries as appropriate to Auscript’s Client Services department.
- Potential interstate travel to Auscript’s recording sites.
- Other duties as required by the manager of the role.
- Advanced keyboard skills (Microsoft Word).
- Basic technical IT troubleshooting skills.
- Knowledge and application of English grammar, spelling, punctuation and syntax skills.
- Attention to detail and focus.
- Time management, planning and organisational skills.
- Maintain a high level of confidentiality.
- Problem identification and resolution skills.
- Exposure to the legal industry.
- Understanding of legal terminology.
- Previous audio transcribing experience.
- Typing speed of 70 WPM and accuracy at 98.25%.