Primarily, clerks perform administrative tasks. A clerk is responsible for performing administrative tasks to support the day-to-day business operations. You will oversee and maintain records and files for updates and accountability. To ensure orderliness, you are to arrange and monitor the incoming and outgoing mails and calls. Part of your job lets you make use of office appliances such as printers, photocopy, and computers. You are also in charge of bookkeeping and issuing invoices and checks. Your attendance during meetings is very important because you will take dictations and minutes of meetings just for reference purposes for the next meeting.
The clerk will help in office management and organization procedures and with monitoring and managing available stocks. You are also responsible for assisting in booking a traveling appointment and looking out for venues for conferences and events. As a clerk, you must be able to communicate well, organize, approach in a friendly and well-behaved manner, and multi-tasking. The average salary of a clerk annually is $43,000, achievable with at least a high school diploma certificate.