Top law firm is seeking a Word Processor.
set up and prepare reports, letters, mailing labels, and other materials on a computer using a keyboard and word processing software.
uses word processing commands to format the material and instruct the machine to correct spelling or grammar errors, number pages automatically, adjust the margins or line length, or perform a host of other functions.
print out and arrange copies of the document for presentation or for filing. Word processors also often perform other clerical duties around an office such as copying documents and answering telephones.
coordinate and oversee other word processors and may be involved in the evaluation, design, and implementation of future word processing systems.
Education and Training Requirements
high school education.
Employers look for applicants with all-around clerical skills, fast and accurate typing, experience with basic word processing programs, and some secretarial experience.
6-10 years of experience