Government Clerks are variously employed at all levels of federal and state agencies, departments and bureaus to provide administrative and clerical support to the functions of their respective offices.  Hence, you have licensing and business permit clerks, admissions and receptionist clerks, security and administrative clerks, customs and immigration clerks, and other clerks positioned to serve the public on routine government matters.

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Justin R.  Beaver

37th St., Kansas City, Missouri

Phone: (816) 667-3845


To work as a government Clerk in an agency of the federal government in the state of Missouri


Summary of Qualification

  • 5 years of experience as a government clerk in handling motor vehicle inspection bureau
  • Above average verbal and written communication skills
  • Above average interpersonal skill to courteously and cheerfully attend to the public
  • Has high ability to work under deadline pressure

Career Experience/Job History


2001 – Present: Government Clerk, Department of Motor Vehicle Inspection, Kansas

  • Assist the bureau chief in implementing directives to the section
  • Observed regular office work shift in accordance with timekeeping rules
  • Attend inhouse career development seminars and trainings
  • Process application for DMV emissions tests, driver’s licenses, transportation permits and other public requests for transport-related services involving the bureau
  • Maintain updated records and system databases as assigned by the section chief


2005:  Passed licensure for civil service eligibility in the State of Missouri

2002 – 2005: High School Diploma, Bethel Christian School, Jennings, Louisiana

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.



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