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Control Clerk

Keep records of clock and watch parts being worked on and completed.

What does a Control Clerk do?

Keeps record of clock and watch parts being worked on and completed, and distributes material and parts to workers: Requisitions parts, based on production orders, and distributes parts to designated work stations. Moves completed work to next operation to keep workers supplied with material. Keeps records of quantity and type of material received, completed, and being worked on. Determines number of hours worked by employees in department, and collects work tickets from which pay is calculated. May be designated according to section of plant as Control Clerk, Repairs; Control Clerk, Subassembly; Control Clerk, Training And Mechanism.