Accounting and related administrative clerks calculate, prepare and process bills, invoices, accounts payable and receivable. They also keep track of budgets and other financial records. These roles are all about finding efficiencies, creating opportunities and maximizing value for the forest products industry. If you follow this rewarding path in the forest products industry, you will need to have proficiency in software programs, good organizational and communication skills and be able to multitask. Working as an accounting clerk in the forest products industry opens up the opportunity to move up to supervisory or skilled financial occupations, such as accounts payable supervisor, bookkeeper or office manager.
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Annacis Island, British Columbia
|Human Resources Business Partner|
Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan
To work as an accounting or administrative clerk, you will need to finish high school. If you want to advance your career further, finishing college or other courses certified by the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, Canadian Securities Institute or Canadian Bookkeepers Association will help increase your earning potential.
|Northwest Community College|
The requirements listed are generally required qualifications for this Career Type. The qualifications may vary based on the employer and/or the geographic location of that job.
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