Under general supervision, Administrative Clerks work independently to provide a full range of clerical assignments of average difficulty as assigned or defined by established procedures. Also, a Clerk (Clerical worker) helps manage the routine administration tasks in an organization or department.
Provide a full range of reception services.
Respond to requests for information from the public or employees by answering the phone, greeting the public, mailing program information, and making referrals.
Update files, and maintain a variety of records such as addresses, telephone numbers, attendance and time-sheets, numerical logs, ledgers, and client files.
Photocopy documents, collate, assemble, and distribute materials.
Gather and record statistical information for reporting purposes.
Review files, records, and other documents to obtain information to respond to requests.
Monitor and maintain office supplies and materials.
Complete work schedules, manage calendars and arrange appointments as well as prepare meeting agendas, attend meetings, and record and transcribe minutes.
Make travel arrangements for office personnel.
Ability to work independently and perform clerical assignments with moderate direction.
Ability to read, comprehend, explain, and apply written procedures.
Working knowledge of business practices, correspondence and typing formats, including correct English grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
Working knowledge of filing and record keeping systems.
Ability to recognize differences among data, facts, objects, or material.
Ability to operate office equipment.
Ability to greet visitors, answer the phone and answer or refer incoming inquiries from the public.
Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Minimum of OND.
Certified Computer Training in MS-Word, MS Excel, and MS Outlook.