Town Clerk CV


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Judy Bench

223 Rodeo Drive

42 Wallaby

Australia

judybench@mail.com

Mobile No:  34 34 34 44

Telephone No:  89 98 03 09

Career Objective

I am a mature and experienced clerk looking for a challenging opportunity in the local government as a town clerk. Seeking to further my experience on how local authorities work, iron out any discrepancies and facilitate smooth flow of services and rapid response. Committed to my work and always put the needs of my clients and workmates. Professional qualifications as a certified secretary and an expert in accounting software and computer proficiency

Professional Experience

2006 – 2009: Town Clerk – the red Tail County

Responsibilities:

  • Spearheading all clerical activities and reporting to the Mayor
  • Assigning junior clerks their respectful duties
  • Creating taskforces and teams to look into cases found to be wanting
  • Giving out monthly progress reports on the financial progress of the authority’s finances
  • Chairing meetings and representing the mayor in functions that he opts to be absent
  • Developing and running the payroll system that disburses funds to authority’s employees.

Educational Background

2002 – 2005: Diploma in Secretarial Studies- Koala Institute of Secretarial Studies

2001 – 2002: ACCA at the prestigious Queensland College of Accounting

Referees

Referees contacts can be made available if need arises.

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