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Information clerks work in an office environment where they are responsible for performing routine clerical duties. Their specific tasks depend on the industry they are working in as well as their employer's specific requirements. In general, in most officers, information clerks collect data, prepare reports, file and maintain electronic and paper records, submit orders and bills and liaise between the company and customers.
While a high school diploma may be enough to get hired as an information clerk in a smaller organization, larger companies would prefer to hire applicants who have completed a college education. Most companies provide newly hired information clerks with a period of on the job training so they can get familiar with the company's standards and procedures. Information clerks must be meticulous with excellent organizational skills. Outstanding verbal and communication skills are also important. Completing an internship will help you grasp the skills necessary to be successful as an information clerk.
At your interview, prospective employers will want to know more about your job experience. Have you worked as an information clerk before or is this your first job? Have you at least done an internship and do you know what the job entails? What are the exact jobs you handled during your work experienced? How organized are you? These are just some of the questions you can expect. You can find many more at information clerk mock interview questions.