A clerical CV should be written in a way that supports the job you are applying for. In this resume you should state in detail your previous work experience. Recruitment companies and employers expect you to be able to work unsupervised. This job is often not for entry level persons. However, the way you write your resume can land you that first time job.
Sample Clerical CV Format
Caroline Suna Anderson
9875 Regent St.
London H11 JS
Mobile Number: 020 8734 8974
Telephone Number: 44 2120 846
A hardworking clerk with 2 years experience seeking employment in the clerical field. Looking to use my skills to help the company achieve its goals. Looking to work closely with colleagues and contribute where necessary to build the company.
2005 – 2006: Diploma in Secretarial Studies, Kings College
2006 – Present: Office Assistant and Payroll Clerk: Eastside Clinic
- Checking in and out of patients
- Preparing patient charts and admission numbers
- Determining patient rooms
- Overseeing patient visiting hours and visitors present
- Filing of insurance claims, patient donors, surgery schedules and doctors out patient schedule
- Typing patient records and discharge notes
- Printing checks and patient bills reports
- Arranging invoices according to orders
- Preparing payrolls by calculating nurse time sheets
- Contacting discharged patients and carrying out follow up on doctor’s orders.
- Promoted after one year of work from office assistant to payroll clerk
- Spearheaded the opening on an in-patient service of 20 bed capacity
- Due to follow ups on patient and good patient relations, the clinic received sponsorship of $ 200,000 for expanding purposes.
- Led the clinic to reach a wider base of clients, from 50,000 persons to 100,000 in three months.