As an operation clerk, you are in charge of handling administrative duties in a company. The administrative duties you are to perform are responding to customers' inquiries, handling customer service, and directing guests to appropriate departments. You need to make files, records and ensure documents are easily accessible and updated. You are also expected to distribute, prepare, and sort both incoming and outgoing mails such as envelopes and packages to the appropriate channel.
As an operation clerk, you have to make use of office appliances such as printers, photocopies, and spreadsheet creation. Your presence is highly crucial because you are in charge of taking minutes of meetings and dictations. Your responsibility involves monitoring stocks of office supplies such as stationary and paperclips and giving a report when they are not available. You are to help in making travel arrangements and booking venues for events and conferences.
The basic skills of an operation clerk are good communication skills, attention to detail, excellent interpersonal skills, and familiarity with office procedures. The average salary operation clerk earns annually is $31,000, and the minimum educational criteria for an operation clerk is a high school diploma certificate.