Civil Service Preparation

Program Description

Become a Clerical Assistant

Under supervision, Clerical Assistants work with a limited degree of independence on a variety of office support and clerical tasks such as checking, sorting, filing, scanning, and retrieving court papers, keyboarding and data entering information, and responding to customer inquiries. Clerical Assistants may work at public counters as information clerks, may work in courts of every jurisdiction as part clerks in those parts that operate on less than a full-time basis, and perform other related duties. Clerical Assistants are located in courts of every jurisdiction, County Clerks’ and Commissioners of Jurors’ Offices, law libraries, and administrative offices and auxiliary agencies in the Unified Court System.

CAREER OUTLOOK
Clerical Assistants (within Civil Service), can earn an average annual salary of $39,000.

Program Requirements

A high school diploma or a high school equivalency is required. Applicants MUST provide proof that they have APPLIED for the Open-Competitive Examination Number 45-813. Applications for Exam 45-813 MUST be filed on-line no later than July 2, 2019.

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