What's it like to be a Clerk?
Clerks are employed by organisations to perform general administrative duties. They ensure the administrative functions of an organisation run smoothly and perform a variety of tasks which may vary depending on the industry in which they are employed.
Clerks have strong administrative skills and an eye for detail. They work with paper documents, computer software and office equipment such as printers and photocopiers. They work in offices in most major industries including legal, medical, public administration, education, financial services and insurance.
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How to become a Clerk
- Complete a relevant qualification such as the Certificate III in Business (BSB30115) or Certificate IV in Business Administration (BSB40515). Vocational qualifications specialising in business administration for fields such as legal, medical, education and human resources are also available if you have a specific industry of interest.
- Search for employment opportunities
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