Bilingual General Clerk

  • Category
    Office, clerical & administrative - Administration
  • Job type
  • Location
    Oakville, Ontario

Adecco is currently hiring for a contract Bilingual General Clerk in Oakville. The Bilingual General Clerk role is a year-long contract.  For the Bilingual General Clerk position, you must be fluently bilingual (French and English) both written and verbal as well as experience with Administrative support roles in the banking, legal, or accounting fields. The pay rate for this role is $24/hr plus 4% vacation pay.


Bilingual General Clerk Responsibilities:

•Document processing, report preparation, and data retrieval and filing

•Verifies the accuracy and completeness of data submissions and forms

•Receives, researches and interprets documentation for completing transactions (i.e. loan settlements, purchase agreements, regulatory filings, legal documents, etc)

•Issue proof of claims for bankruptcy to trustees and follow up for release   

•Additional duties as assigned

Bilingual General Clerk Qualifications:

•Fluently Bilingual (French and English)  

•Post-secondary education in a business/management discipline or equivalent experience   

•Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, with an emphasis on Excel and Word  

•Experienced with customer service based interaction via telephone


Why Work for Adecco?

• Great pay + 4% vacation pay

• Paid weekly – accurate and on time

• Medical and dental benefits once qualified

• Strong health and safety programs

• Flexible shifts

• Generous referral bonuses

• Free training programs


If you are interested in this Bilingual General Clerk position in Oakville, apply now.



  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_021098_12153015

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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