Department: Processing and Distribution
A Mail Processing Clerk, starts with a pay rate of $19.29 for an hour. This is a permanent position and entitles the appointed person to all federal benefits.
The work profile of Mail Processing clerks is quite similar to that of the Mail Handlers. The major difference is, they are responsible for managing inbound and outbound at larger Post Office locations, plants and other distribution centers.
Assisting the post office customers is a part of job of the Mail Processing clerks. They will have to undertake tasks like - record-keeping, calculating and preparing items that need special postage, and performing other assigned duties. Even though the post office functions on technology and sophisticated sorting equipment, there are a few occasions where manual sorting cannot be ruled out. Here, the Mail Processing clerk must be adept in sorting the mail, quickly and orderly.
Similar to the Mail Handlers, the Mail Processing Clerks have to lift packages weighing up to 70 pounds. Also, they are assigned with the task of operating manual and automated processing equipment to distribute and sort mail. Further, they need to transport the collated and bundled mailing within their work area.
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