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Become An Assignment Clerk

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Working As An Assignment Clerk

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Performing Administrative Activities
  • Getting Information
  • Mostly Sitting

  • Repetitive

  • $33,779

    Average Salary

Example Of What An Assignment Clerk does

  • Accepted additional responsibilities when called upon.
  • Monitored (843) 609-0177 crawfordshariff@gmail.com Page2 personnel readiness programs for members deploying to different locations.
  • Scheduled and coordinated court cases and maintained court calendar and docket books.
  • Answer a high volume of call for packaged Finding correct address,zip, suite,ect.
  • Answered phone calls and made proper referrals.
  • Serve as frontline customer service to receive, solve and/or escalate inquiries of difficult customers.
  • Moved over 2000 telephone lines from the virtual to physical Central hubs.
  • Performed data entry of court orders and case information using TCIC/NCIC, (TX and National Criminal info.
  • Processed DSL service in the switch for customers.
  • Photocopied court files, pleadings and associated official documentation.
  • Installed, modified and deleted telephone service orders that failed automatic assignment.
  • Provide the court dates approximately 200-300 clients per day.
  • Used of HRS and SAP data entry programs.
  • Programmed dial tone and features for residential and business phone lines.
  • Direct attorneys and the general public to assigned/designated courtrooms for court hearings.
  • Assisted in programming the Hewlett Packard computer system utilizing company specific software.

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How To Become An Assignment Clerk

General office clerks typically need a high school diploma or equivalent and learn their skills on the job.

Education

General office clerks usually need a high school diploma or equivalent.

Courses in using computer applications, such as word processing and spreadsheet software, may be particularly helpful.

Training

General office clerks usually learn their skills while on the job. Their training typically lasts up to 1 month and may include instructions on office procedures, proper phone etiquette, and the use of office equipment.

Advancement

General office clerks may advance to other administrative positions with more responsibility, such as executive secretaries and executive administrative assistants.

Advancement opportunities often depend on work experience and the knowledge of computer applications, such as word processing and spreadsheet software.

Important Qualities

Customer-service skills. Clerks often provide general information to company staff, customers, or the public. They should be courteous and prompt with their responses.

Detail oriented. Clerks perform many clerical tasks, such as preparing bills that require attention to detail.

Organizational skills. Office clerks file and retrieve records. They need to keep records organized to be able to access them quickly and efficiently.

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Top Skills for An Assignment Clerk

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Top Assignment Clerk Skills

  1. Frontline Customer Service
  2. Data Entry Programs
  3. Personnel
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Serve as frontline customer service to receive, solve and/or escalate inquiries of difficult customers.
  • Used of HRS and SAP data entry programs.
  • Updated and maintained computerized personnel data to ensure accuracy of information.
  • Installed, modified and deleted telephone service orders that failed automatic assignment.
  • Answered questions in person and by telephone from the general public and attorneys pertaining to court records.

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