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Include These Admin Clerk Skills
- Office management experience
- Organization and planning
- Fast typing and computer competences
- Strong communication and listening skills (for dictations)
- Interpersonal abilities
- Time management and multitasking
- Being able to work under pressure
Comparable Admin Clerk skills can be seen in the example cover letter displayed below.
Dear Mr. Gomez:
Upon learning of your posting for an Admin Clerk, I hastened to submit my resume for your review. As a highly organized and efficient professional with a variety of administrative support experience and excellent interpersonal abilities, I am prepared to significantly contribute to your company’s goals and objectives in this role.
My background includes coordinating a full range of administrative tasks while improving organizational efficiency and maximizing productivity. From organizing schedules and preparing reports to maintaining records and handling reception duties, I excel at prioritizing tasks, collaborating with peers and management teams, and ensuring top-notch customer service.
Highlights of my experience include…
Performing diverse administrative support functions—including call routing, spreadsheet development, billing, supply maintenance, word processing, correspondence, and front-desk reception—while adhering to internal policies and procedures.
Demonstrating a strong commitment to providing outstanding support within fast-paced, customer-facing environments while streamlining operations and achieving company success.
Excelling at balancing multiple tasks while providing top-level organization, interpersonal, and communication skills.
My skills in general administration and organization, along with my dynamic collaborative abilities and my positive attitude and work ethic, position me to excel in this position, and I am confident my additional strengths will readily translate to your environment. The chance to offer more insight into my qualifications would be most welcome.
Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Paul G. Carollo