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Experienced U.S.-based transcriptionists needed for medical meetings - Precise

Posted: Apr 15th, 2019 - 2:04 pm

Precise, based in Mahwah, NJ, is seeking experienced U.S.-based medical transcriptionists to join our team. You must be a reliable contractor with great attention to detail, who consistently produces superior quality work. YOU MUST HAVE 5 YEARS OF TRANSCRIPTION EXPERIENCE. Our work mainly consists of multi-speaker medical meetings and panel discussions.

REQUIREMENTS: *A minimum of 5 years of medical transcription experience *Experience typing verbatim transcripts *Ability to utilize/search the internet when needed *Ability to meet deadlines *Excellent spelling and grammar skills *Must be able to follow guidelines!! You must have a foot pedal, good quality headphones, and current Stedman’s Electronic Medical Dictionary on your computer.


This is a work from home position. Must have necessary equipment (computer, pedal, headset, Express Scribe, Stedman’s, etc.). Pay starts at $1 per audio minute with a review after three months for a possible increase.

To apply and test: Send resumes to jobs@precisetranscripts.com, attention Jamie. Include “medical transcription” in the subject line of your email. Please include responses to the following questions: What is your availability? How many audio minutes are you able to take on average per day? Do you have good quality headphones? Do you have Stedman’s Electronic Medical Dictionary on your computer?

Candidates who do not meet the requirements and/or do not answer the above questions will not be accepted.


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