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Typist/Data Entry OperatorAlternative titles
Ringa Patopato/Kaiwhakauru Raraunga
This job is sometimes referred to as:
- Court Reporter
Typists and data entry operators transcribe and copy information that is spoken or written.
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There are no specific entry requirements to become a typist/data entry operator. However, you will need good accuracy and speed when typing.
To become a court reporter with the Ministry of Justice, you need to have an accurate typing speed of at least 70 words a minute and excellent English language comprehension.
- Ministry of Justice website - learn more about court reporting and check your typing speed
- Ministry of Justice Careers website - job vacancies
Typists/data entry operators need to have an excellent command of the English language. NCEA Level 2 is recommended.
Typists/data entry operators need to be:
- good at listening
- reliable, efficient and focused
- able to keep information confidential
- able to work well under pressure.
Experience in computer work or word processing is useful for typists/data entry operators.
Court reporters need to know relevant technical and legal terminology and previous work in a legal office may be useful.
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Find out more about training
- Ministry of Justice
- (04) 494 9700 - email@example.com - www.justice.govt.nz
Updated 25 Mar 2013