What Does an Automotive Title Clerk Do?

An automotive title clerk is responsible for processing and filing paperwork to establish or transfer the ownership of a motor vehicle. Your daily duties in this job include handling registration paperwork like titles and license plate tags, filing tax documents, and occasionally sending out bills or contracts for signing. Automotive title clerks sometimes work for the government at the department of motor vehicles or secretary of state's office, but they most often work in car dealerships. You submit all appropriate paperwork for public record and help new owners understand the process of changing the title on a vehicle and what they need to do to finish the process.