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The primary responsibility of an attendance clerk is compiling attendance records. As part of their job they obtain district attendance numbers, issue attendance permits, and compute daily average attendance figures.
A high school diploma is sufficient to get employed as an attendance clerk. Those who are interesting in this field must be good with numbers and quick with calculations and data entry. They must also be organized and have an eye for detail.
At your interview for an attendance clerk job, the interviewer will try to gauge your suitability for the role by asking you questions about your strengths, weaknesses and career goals. Rehearsing the answers to the questions you will find at mock interview questions will help boost the chances of getting hired to work as an attendance clerk.