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Transcript of Financial Clerk
$40,160- Brokerage Clerk
$36,790- Procurement Clerk
$36,330- Payroll/ Time Keeping Clerk
$36,760- Insurance Claim Clerk
$33,970- Loan Clerk
$32,490- Credit Clerk
$32,170- Billing/ Posting Clerk
$30,440- New Account Clerk
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Bookkeeping/Accounting Clerk:record financial transactions,update statements and check financial records.
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Information Clerk: provide administration/clerical support,maintain records,collect data/info,and respond to question and concerns from customers.
Tellers:Processing transactions,cashing checks,depositing money and collecting loan payments. Many people say that the job outlook for a Financial Clerk is very good due to the fact that many clerks are leaving this occupation. Professional Organizations you could join. Some of these organizations are american Bankers Association, Insurance Information Institute, and Mortgage Bankers Association. Job Posting Payroll clerk in Atlanta Georgia for
$8.00-$12.00 per hour,Payroll Clerk Job Purpose: Pays 1099 Independent Contract Workers by receiving invoices or time sheets, verifying invoices or time sheets, calculating pay and deductions; issuing checks via online payroll system. Submit invoices for payment from various Motor / Auto Clubs via websites. Reconciliation of incoming pay. Complete reports and other related payroll duties.
Payroll Clerk Job Duties:
Collects invoices or timesheets from our online inovoicing system, fax or email.
Verifies invoices to determine if the service was completed or if a GOA was issued and approve for payment.
Verifies office staff timesheets for accruacy and to approve for payment.
Prepares reports by compiling summaries of earnings and deductions.
Resolves payroll discrepancies by collecting and analyzing information.
Provides payroll information by answering questions and requests.
Maintains payroll operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes.
Maintains employee confidence and protects payroll operations by keeping information confidential.
Skills/Qualifications: Analyzing Information , Data Entry Skills, Attention to Detail, Confidentiality, Thoroughness, General Math Skills, Financial Software, Reporting Skills, Verbal Communication, Organization In 2010 Financial Clerks held about 1.4 million jobs.
Financial Clerks work in a office setting; including bank branches,medical offices,and government agencies.
most financial Clerks work full-time. Billing and Posting Clerks worked part-time in 2010.