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Department: Processing and Distribution
Mail Handlers have a starting wage of $15 to $20 per hour, on average. This is a full time position and is eligible for full federal benefits. Click "Pay Tables" for more details.
These valued postal workers typically work in the “back house” of the Post Office and are responsible for loading and unloading postal items weighing up to 70 pounds.
A Mail Handlers job usually consists of sorting, moving, organizing, loading and shipping mail before it ends up with the actual mailperson who delivers it.
Mail Handlers will operate sorting machinery and other machinery to sort mail and load packages into trucks and vans.
Mail Handlers may also work the front counter of a post office as a clerk. Here they sell postage stamps to customers, help them affix postage, weigh packages and route mail.
Mail Handlers also separate all mail received from trucks and conveyors for dispatch to other conveying units.
Mail Handler Associates responsibilities include:
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