Profession civil registrar
Civil registrars collect and record acts of birth, marriage, civil partnership and death.
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- Conventional / Enterprising
- Register birth
Question parents and enter the obtained information on the birth certificate.
- Register death
Check if the description why the person died is in order. Question someone who was close to the person who died such as a family member in order to enter the obtained information on the death certificate.
- Check official documents
Check an individuals' official documentation, such as driver's licenses and identification, to ensure compliance with legal regulations, and to identify and assess individuals.
- Officiate civil partnerships
Interview couples in order to find out if they are legally able to form a civil partnership and complete the formal notices of intention.
- Officiate weddings
Officiate weddings in a manner compliant to traditional and legal regulations, and to the couple's wishes, ensuring that it is official by providing the necessary documentation and witnessing its signing, fulfilling the role of officiator.
- Observe documents
Pay attention to documents in order to ensure the accuracy and consistency of the included information.
- Act discreetly
Be discreet and don't draw attention.
Optional knowledge and skillsexercise patience use communication techniques drive vehicles tolerate stress perform services in a flexible manner civil law adapt to changing situations show empathy listen actively office software
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