Administrative Clerks Salaries in Canada


Job Postings

CAD 47,322 /yr

Average Base Pay

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Average annual salary:

CAD 41,600

Lower end of salary range

CAD 46,654

Average of salary range

CAD 52,000

Higher end of salary range

Cities in Canada with the Most Jobs for Administrative Clerks

Here are the top 6 cities in Canada with the most jobs for Administrative Clerks and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 455 jobs postings for Administrative Clerks in cities across Canada.

Latest Administrative Clerks Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Administrative Clerks in Canada.

Job Title Company Salary
administrative clerk Pièces d'autos DR Magog CAD 62,400
Administrative Clerk Adecco Canada CAD 41,600
Probation and Parole Administrative Support Clerk (Regular Part-time) Ministry of the Solicitor General CAD 60,559
Residence/Admin Clerk TFT NP Care Her St Joseph's Care Group CAD 59,249
Clerical Support Clerk, Integrated Care Team/DTES (Administrative/Office) Vancouver Coastal Health CAD 53,186
administrative clerk ML Avocats, S.E.N.C.R.L. CAD 37,440
administrative clerk Zenqui Insurance & Financial Services Inc. CAD 43,680
Academic Administrative Clerk London International Academy CAD 34,000
Admin Clerk V Migrate Canada Consultancy Inc CAD 45,760
administrative clerk BERTRAND, DESLAURIERS AVOCATS INC. CAD 41,600

Companies With Most Job Postings in Canada For Administrative Clerks

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Administrative Clerks job postings in Canada:


Here are some frequently asked questions related to Administrative Clerks job postings and salaries in Canada:

Q What qualifications are needed to become an Administrative Clerk in Canada?
A Qualifications for an Administrative Clerk in Canada typically include a high school diploma or equivalent, proficiency in office software, strong communication skills, and organizational abilities. Additional qualifications may include post-secondary education in business administration or related field, previous office experience, and specific skills like bookkeeping or customer service.
Q What duties does an Administrative Clerk perform in Canada?
A An Administrative Clerk in Canada performs a variety of tasks such as answering phones, managing schedules, data entry, filing documents, preparing reports, maintaining databases, and providing general support to other staff members. The role may also involve customer service responsibilities and handling mail or email correspondence.
Q How can I find Administrative Clerk job openings in Canada?
A Administrative Clerk job openings in Canada can be found through various channels including online job boards, company career pages, staffing agencies, professional networking sites, and government job portals. Networking, attending job fairs, and leveraging connections can also be effective strategies for discovering job opportunities in this field.
Q What is the average salary range for an Administrative Clerk in Canada?
A The average salary range for an Administrative Clerk in Canada varies based on factors such as location, years of experience, level of education, and industry. Salaries typically range from lower to upper percentiles, with increments for those possessing specialized skills or experience. It's best to consult recent job postings or salary surveys for up-to-date information.

List of Job Postings for Administrative Clerks in Canada

Explore our extensive list of Administrative Clerks job postings in Canada. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

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