Administrative Clerks Salaries in Texas

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Job Postings

USD 36,404 /yr

Average Base Pay

Low Average High

Average annual salary:

USD 29,120

Lower end of salary range

USD 35,360

Average of salary range

USD 39,520

Higher end of salary range

Cities in Texas with the Most Jobs for Administrative Clerks

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

CompTool's Squirrel includes 236 jobs postings for Administrative Clerks in cities across Texas.

Latest Administrative Clerks Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Administrative Clerks in Texas.

Job Title Company Salary
ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK - PN City of Wichita Falls, Texas USD 32,885
Administrative Clerk Elogistics GA Service Corp. USD 40,071
Administrative Clerk East Texas Underground USD 32,240
Service Administrative Clerk Rush Enterprises USD 37,440
Administrative Support Clerk GCII 004FW Bestica Inc USD 42,869
Administrative Clerk, G9, Tax Assessor Collector Webb County, TX USD 27,872
Administrative Clerk, Part-Time, Tax Assessor Collector Webb County, TX USD 27,872
Administrative Clerk, G9, Public Defender Webb County, TX USD 27,872
Administrative Clerk (PRN) Core Civic USD 35,776
DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE - ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST County of El Paso, TX USD 37,392

Companies With Most Job Postings in Texas 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 Texas:

FAQs

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

Q What are the typical job duties of an Administrative Clerk in Texas?
A An Administrative Clerk in Texas typically performs a variety of duties including answering phone calls, managing schedules, filing documents, preparing correspondence, assisting with inventory and office supplies, data entry, and providing general support to staff and customers.
Q What qualifications are needed to become an Administrative Clerk in Texas?
A To become an Administrative Clerk in Texas, candidates usually need a high school diploma or equivalent. Proficiency in office software, communication skills, and basic knowledge of office procedures are often required. Some positions might require specific certifications or previous experience in a clerical role.
Q How can I find Administrative Clerk job openings in Texas?
A Administrative Clerk job openings in Texas can be found through various channels including online job boards, company career pages, staffing agencies, and networking events. Utilizing state employment websites and local government job listings can also be beneficial.
Q What is the job outlook for Administrative Clerks in Texas?
A The job outlook for Administrative Clerks in Texas is generally positive, with opportunities in diverse industries such as healthcare, education, government, and private sector businesses. Demand for clerical staff typically remains steady, although it can fluctuate based on the economic climate and advancements in office automation technology.

List of Job Postings for Administrative Clerks in Texas

Explore our extensive list of Administrative Clerks job postings in Texas. 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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