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Administrative clerks compile, verify, record and process forms and documents, such as applications, licences, permits, contracts, registrations and requisitions, in accordance with established procedures, guidelines and schedules. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
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- Compile, verify, record and process applications, licences, permits, contracts, registrations, requisitions, and other forms and documents in accordance with established procedures and schedules, using computerized and manual processing systems
- Authorize and issue licences, permits, registration papers, reimbursements or other material after requesting documents have been processed and approved
- Maintain inventory of office supplies and order supplies as required
- Prepare reports and presentations and provide information to staff and general public regarding company and program rules, regulations and procedures
- Assist in the co-ordination of administrative procedures such as budget submissions, contracts administration and work schedules
- May be responsible for some accounting tasks
- May organize and co-ordinate flow of work for general office clerks and data entry clerks.
Outlook & Prospects for Administrative Clerks in Notre Dame-Central-Bonavista Bay Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Notre Dame-Central-Bonavista Bay Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2012-04-04|
Employment prospects for Administrative Clerks are expected to be fair in 2011-2012.
The supply of persons in this occupation is relatively high, compared to the demand in the local area. This creates much competition for available jobs. Turnover is sometimes experienced within this field, which does result in some opportunities being created. As well, individuals employed in this occupation are older than the average worker in the labour force. This could potentially result in an increase in job openings due to retirement.
Employment opportunities for this occupation may not be as readily available as those which have a good outlook. However, a fair outlook should not prevent anyone from pursuing a specific career in which they are interested.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Nov 25 - Nov 29, 2013
- The provincial government announced $47,000 in funding to purchase new firefighting equipment for the Baie Verte-Springdale district
- The provincial government announced $24,000 in funding to the Town of Glovertown to create a plan to redevelop the town centre
- As part of the 2013 budget, a new $23M Health Care Facility has opened in Glovertown. The Dr. C. V. Smith Memorial Community Health Centre will replace the older facility that was in Glovertown.
- Rambler Metals and Mining is aggressively looking at options to re-open the Little Deer and Whalesback copper mines in Green Bay. Rambler plans to work on these properties in 2014.
- According to Killick Health Services, the doctor shortage in Grand Falls-Windsor may be over. Several new doctors have been recruited to the central Newfoundland region after much media coverage.
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