If you need to apply for a license, whether a driver’s license or a professional trade license, you are going to deal with Licensing Clerks. You find them in federal regulatory and licensing agencies.  They are also employed in private or non-profit trade associations who issue licenses or certifications for certain professions.  They are responsible in processing applications and release approved licenses.  They also collect the required licensing fees or even assist in the administration of exams.

Licensing Clerk Resume Template

Maxim H. Isleworth

Piedmont, North Carolina

Phone: (336) 890-1566



To work as a Licensing Clerk for a professional regulatory or licensing body

Summary of Qualification

  • 5 years experience as a licensing clerk
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills to deal with applicants and customer queries.
  • Excellent organization and multitasking skills to sort out licensing applications while entertaining applicants.

Career Experience/Job History

2002 – Present: Licensing Clerk, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Piedmont

  • Provide inquiring license applicants with the proper information on documentary requirements and applicable fees, along with testing schedules and review courses they support.
  • Ensure that application forms are available when requested and collect specified associated fees and other charges.
  • Process application received from online sources and email attachments.
  • Verify completeness and accuracy of documentary submissions and other pertinent applicant’s data.
  • Update application database to ensure accurate monitoring of licensing progress when inquired by applicants.
  • Assist in the administration and processing of licensure exams.


2002 – 2005: BA Commerce, Boston University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request