file clerk


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file clerk

n.
A clerk who maintains the files and records of an office.

file′ clerk`


n.
an office employee who handles files.
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Noun1.file clerk - a clerk who is employed to maintain the files of an organizationfile clerk - a clerk who is employed to maintain the files of an organization
clerk - an employee who performs clerical work (e.g., keeps records or accounts)
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Contract notice: Provision of Archival storage and payroll records management, filing, file clerk ordered services.
She started as a file clerk categorizing fingerprints and then worked her way up to Assistant to the Manager in the Fingerprint Division.
She worked as a file clerk for State Farm insurance and as a sales clerk for Mervyn's.
Carol worked for UMASS Memorial Hospital as a file clerk in the gastroenterology department for eleven years before she retired in 2011.
Recently, the motto was exemplified by a retiring file clerk who remonstrated with her manager to "take good care of my families when I'm gone" and pointed to row upon row of immigrant visa files under her care.
While Bruno spent the war years as a file clerk at a concentration camp, he knows he will be prosecuted after the war.
The nota, presented to the Libyan Embassy in person by the Head of the Arab Affaires Department at the Ministry, Alexander Olshevski, includes all diplomats accredited in Bulgaria by the regime of troubled Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi a the former Charge d'Affaires, Mohamed Milad, the political secretary, Mohamed Selini, financial expert, Abdelfatah Stuka, and the file clerk, Nadjia Ftif.
It's ego pleasing to think of a factory preparing a "special" just for me, with everyone from the company president to the file clerk fretting over the test gun, and anxiously awaiting for the article to appear.
While classifying a roofer as a file clerk clearly represents some sort of fraud on the part of the insured, the same cannot be said of the independent contractor status many companies ascribe to workers who for all intents and purposes look, walk and talk not like a duck, but an employee.
Patti Rutzinski, who was interested in only a "summer job," started in the insurance industry with SECURA as a file clerk in 1987.