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Reports Clerk (Westfields)

Oakton, Virginia

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Performs
a variety of general administrative tasks in functional areas including, but
not limited to, finance, human resources, procurement, sales, and contracts.
Prepares documents, spreadsheets, reports and presentations. Creates and/or
maintains appropriate logs, databases, inventories, filing (hard or softcopy),
status reports/tracking. Provides support for research or data analysis tasks.
Distributes and routes mail, packages and paperwork. May schedule and arrange
travel itineraries.


Required Skills,
Experience, and Education
:  Candidate must have a High School diploma
and 3 years of experience

Required Clearance: Active TSSCI with Polygraph


Job ID 1919233 Date posted 04/08/2019

AT&T a good place to be

Pros

I believe in AT&T and know they are at the edge of technology. The company believes in their people and offers all kinds of training to enable us to take on new jobs and to stay at the front of technology. The software defined network which we are building is the newest technology and AT&T has been involved since early 2000s. You have a great deal of autonomy at AT&T as long as you get the job done. You have the ability to do different jobs and to be challenged at all times.

Cons

I really have little negative to say about AT&T I have worked here for 35 years on March 23rd of 2016.

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