To be named a senior branch office administrator, an individual must meet specific training requirements, demonstrate exceptional performance when completing office responsibilities, handle the complex tasks associated with running a high-volume office, and typically must have at least five years’ experience with the firm.
Diana Jackson, the local Edward Jones financial advisor, said Clark is very deserving of the promotion.
“Clark has demonstrated an outstanding ability to juggle the many complex tasks and responsibilities associated with helping run this office. I’m very pleased that her exceptional ability and dedication to the firm have been recognized and rewarded,” Jackson said.
“I am so pleased to receive this promotion,” Clark said. “It’s terrific to be rewarded for a job well done. Of course, it can be challenging at times, but it’s always educational and I really enjoy my work.”