15254 Mail Prep Operator, Nights (Open)
OSC - Printing
The Mail Prep Operator inspects tray and inserted mail to ensure that the mail has been trayed according to USPS specifications. Non-automated trays must also be checked for excess weight pieces. A common tray can then be compiled, if possible. All automated mail will be run through Postal One. Process all 680 working mail. PSI mail, overweights, letters and special handling mail.
Key Areas of Responsibility
Understands the inventory of mail prep supplies and can place orders if needed. Amounts to be specified by supervisor.
Operates USPS Postal One equipment. Knows basic functions and how to change tags. Interacts when necessary with USPS support employees. Informs Customer Engineering when system is off line or needs maintenance.
Loads processed mail trays on USPS pallets or carts and then onto USPS trucks, ensuring that the pallets are positioned correctly for all shifts.
Sleeves, straps and places processed mail on appropriate pallets and prepare pallets for introduction to the USPS.
Loads processed mail onto USPS trucks and unloading mail supplies.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations
Ability to occasionally reach, lift, and carry boxed materials and paper webs weighing between 25 to 45 lbs. over an approximate range of ankle to shoulder high
Occasional push and pull with forces upwards of 57lbs necessary to maneuver loaded carts and pallet jacks
Frequent use of both hands to grasp boxes and webs, open boxes, grasp inserts and envelopes, and complete paperwork
Ability to stand/walk for 95% of shift
Ability to work weekends
Ability to use a personal computer. Proficiency with other Microsoft Office applications
Ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language in a business environment
High school diploma or GED required
Rotating shift schedule of 6P - 6A
CSG Systems Incorporated