|List of Positions||U.S.Postal Service|
RAMP CLK AMF (P7-08)
OCCUPATION CODE: 2330-42XX
At an Airport Mail Center (AMC) or Facility (AMF) operates a motor vehicle to monitor mail handling operations of air carriers on the ramp; confers with airline employees on the field to determine that all airmail, domestic and/or foreign, is given expeditious handling; furnishes guidance to air carriers on routings during periods of irregular or emergency operations.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Safeguards Postal Service interests by operating a motor vehicle making on-the-spot checks at all airline operations such as; aircraft hangars, sort or transfer areas, freight houses, gates, baggage rooms, ramp areas, etc., of both domestic and foreign airlines to confirm all mails due for transport are included on flights for which the mail has been scheduled.
2. Checks to ensure prompt delivery of inbound mails to the facility by airline employees within the prescribed time allowed by contract after an airplane has landed and unloaded.
3. Checks on mail transfers between airlines or aircraft to confirm that transit mails makes the proper connections and are not delayed; reroutes mail as necessary if intended connection cannot be made.
4. Checks to see that proper security is provided and the protection required by regulations is observed on the part of the airlines; escorts special and valuable shipments between aircraft and AMC/AMF or between aircraft as required in special instructions governing such shipments.
5. Makes immediate decisions involving rerouting mail in response to emergencies caused by interruptions, delays, omission of stops, cancellation of service, sudden work stoppages, etc.; applies knowledge of current schemes and schedules to select connections and routings for service responsive transportation.
6. Reviews daily schedule changes and the effect on planned routes; notifies affected personnel and recommends service responsive changes.
7. Determines whether the airline has followed mail boarding priority according to the contract.
8. Monitors airline compliance with the contract requirement to provide protection of the mail.
9. Documents each occurrence of delayed delivery, volume which failed to transfer on its scheduled flight, noncompliance when an airline fails to load mail for a scheduled flight; and/or reassigns mail that has failed to load on its scheduled flight; corrects and documents deficiencies of airline compliance with contract requirements.
10. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Manager, Airport Mail Center/Facility or other designated supervisor.
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|Doc Date: 03/18/2006||Occ Code: 2330-42XX|