- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $24,217.00-$37,322.00 Yearly
A Clerk I Exec Dept is entry level work performing clerical duties at the Executive Department which are clear-cut and typically found in office settings such as filing, photocopying, scanning, posting data, stamping and sorting mail and other materials and directing telephone calls and visitors. Employees in this classification do not supervise.
Employees in this classification receive close supervision from an Office Supervisor or other clerical or administrative supervisor.
Learns to file reports, records, forms and other material according to office procedures;
Learns to retrieve and assemble material from files and other sources for the supervisor's review and use;
Learns to update and maintain logs, schedules, rosters, records and lists;
Learns to open, stamp, sort and distribute incoming mail and prepares material for outgoing mail;
Learns to greet and direct office visitors to appropriate individuals;
Learns to copy or scan various materials;
Learns to answer telephone calls in order to take messages, transfer calls to appropriate parties and provide routine information;
Learns to complete and forward form letters to provide or request information;
Learns to enter, retrieve and update information using computer software applications;
May learn to maintain routine statistical and numerical records requiring basic arithmetic computations;
May learn to operate a postage meter and other mailroom equipment and keep records of their use;
May learn to order, receive and distribute office supplies and materials;
May learn to type correspondence, reports, schedules and other material using a typewriter, computer or word processor;
Performs other related duties.
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