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Job Duties of a Clerk
Performs a variety of routine and conrplex clerical, secretarial and administrative work in keeping official records and providing administrative support
Inputs data to standard office and department forms; makes simple postings to various reports such as
annual reports, incident reports, compiles tabulated data
Prepares all reports required by various state agencies and funds.
Prepares records such as notices, minutes, and resolutions
Acts as custodian of documents and records.
Establishes and maintains filing systems, controls records and indexes
Schedules appointments and performs other administrative and clerical duties.
Education and Experience:
(A) Graduation from a high school or GED equivalent with course work in general office
practices such as filing, accounting and bookkeeping; and
(B) Arry equivalent combination of related education and experience
Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abililies:
(A) Working knowledge of computers and electronic data processing; working knowledge of
modern office practices and procedures; some knowledge of accounting principles and practices;
B) Skill in operation of listed tools and equipment; and
(C) Ability to perform cashier duties accurately ability to effectively deal with the
public; ability to comnunicate effectively verbally and in writing; abilty to handle stressful situations.
Phone switchboard; mainfrarne computer, personal coryuter including word processing
software; copy machine; postage machine; fx machine; base radio; calculator.
Performs routine cterical and administative work in answering phones, receiving the public providing
customer assistance, cashiering, data processing, and bookkeeping.
Answers incoming calls and routes callers or provides infomation as required-
Receives the public and answers questions; responds to inquiries from employees, citizens and others
and refers, vihen necesary, to apropriate persons.
Serves as cashier including receipting of payments and various other payments, and posting monies to
Operates listed office rnachines as required-
Prepares and monitors work orders;
Composes, types and edits a variety of correspondence, reports, memoranda, and other rnaterial
requiring judgment as to content, accuracy, and completeness.