The primary responsibility of a document clerk is to perform routine office duties including reception, customer service. They assist office managers and production supervisors in performing clerical tasks.
Another responsibility of a document clerk is to maintain the Production Schedule reports in spreadsheets.
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Summary: Dedicated clerk with hands-on experience in scanning and reading office materials in order to determine how/where they should be classified and filed. Well-versed in accurately stamping documents using bates and other automatic numbering machines. A meticulous individual who gathers factual information from various sources and retrieves information from files. Skilled in preparing legal pleadings binders and maintaining case files.
• Good math aptitude
• Reliable computer competency including Word, Excel, database and spreadsheets
• Typing speed: 40-45 wpm
• Strong organizational skills
• Bilingual: English/Spanish
• Processed loan servicing files to create a collateral file system at Metro Corporation
• Implemented changes to the filing system established by supervisory personnel as organizational needs dictated
• Got the ‘employee of the month’ award on the basis of professionally keeping track of materials removed from the files
03/2010 — 12/2012
Del Monte Foods – Dallas, TX
Document Control Clerk
• Attended meetings; recorded, compiled, transcribed and distributed minutes of meetings
• Prepared responses to correspondence containing routine inquiries
• Read incoming memos, submissions and reports in order to determine their significance
• Screened telephone calls
10/2008 — 03/2010
Metro Corporation – Greenville, TX
Document Review Clerk
• Scanned materials and coded them numerically, alphabetically or by subject matter
• Extracted certain collateral documents from servicing files
• Copied and scanned all completed servicing file documents into system for retention and customer service
• Denoted servicing files with errors and maintained required collateral documents
Institute of Clerical Studies, State University, Austin, TX – 2007
• Clerical Procedures
• Word Processing