Department:Processing and Distribution
Mail Processing Clerks have a starting wage of $15 to $2 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 are similar to Mail Handlers, but handle inbound and outbound mail in larger post office branches, as well as the plants and distribution centers.
USPS mail clerks are often required to serve customers on a fill-in basis and will also be required to perform record-keeping functions as well as calculating and preparing items that require special postage.
Although automation has been integrated into the USPS system, there are still occasions when hand sorting is required, and the mail clerk needs to be able to perform this duty in an expedient manner.
Manual sorting also applies to the movement of postal items from the processing center to the appropriate location for further processing, either by the carriers or through the post office boxes and front counter.
In addition to handling heavy items up to 70 pounds, Mail Processing Clerks are also responsible for operating manual and automated processing equipment to distribute and sort mail as well as transport collated and bundled mailings within their facility.
Makes one or more sortation’s of outgoing and/or incoming mail using the appropriate sort program or manual distribution scheme, on a rotation basis, performs all of the following duties:
The U.S. Postal Service is now hiring.
To locate jobs in your area and to receive a FREE Hiring Guide, fill out the form on the right and click Learn More to continue.