General Clerk (Occupation Code : 411101)

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Performs a range of clerical and administrative tasks.


Collecting, typing, recording, proof-reading, copying, sorting and storing information, records and reports.  

Operating office equipment, such as photocopiers and fax machines.

Completing and mailing accounts, contracts, policies, invoices and other related documentation. 

Transcribing dictation, and composing and typing letters and other correspondence.

Ordering materials, supplies and services, and completing the relevant records and reports. 

Undertaking duties such as banking, credit control or payroll functions, if required.

Undertaking various broad and specialist administrative functions as required by the company.

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