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POSTAGE DUE TECHN (P7-07)
OCCUPATION CODE: 2340-24XX
For approximately 75 percent or more of the scheduled daily tour, works alone or serves as a working leader to one or more employees on a tour, engaged in distributing, weighing, computing and processing all classes and types of postage due mail; maintains accounts and records; and prepares reports.
This standard position description is to be used where the scope of daily postage due activity requires that the employee spend at least 75 percent of the time on the basic function, and involves a minimum of 40 trust fund accounts with yearly revenue in excess of 1355 revenue units.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Distributes, classifies, weighs and rates all classes and types of mail to determine amount of postage due; forwards postage due mail to box section, carriers, stations or other units.
2. Affixes proper postage and posts on postage due bill; may collect from customer or carrier.
3. Maintains the tabulation and recording of all advance deposits and withdrawals made daily in individual postage due trust fund accounts. When overseeing the work of other employees assigned to this activity examines each individual account on a regular scheduled basis to verify that entries made to accounts and balances are accurate and current.
4. Conducts required survey to determine if applicants for postage due accounts meet necessary requirements.
5. Answers inquiries from customers concerning their account balance, various charges to their accounts, specific pieces of mail they are expecting, etc., notifies customer when additional deposits are due; holds mail when deposits are exhausted.
6. When acting as leader of other employees, provides technical direction covering such matters as their recording and completion of postage due statements, rates to be applied, recording in trust accounts and similar policies, procedures and regulations. Keeps employees current on all precedent rulings, changes in rates, acceptance procedures, etc.
7. When acting as a leader of other employees, in accordance with general and specific directives of the supervisor, shifts employees in the group from one assignment to another to balance workload, resolve work problems and help supervisor train new employees in the work of the unit. Supplies leadership necessary to secure maximum interest and effort from the employees; promotes harmony and cooperation.
Supervisor, Distribution Operations, or other designated supervisor.
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|Doc Date: 11/02/1994||Occ Code: 2340-24XX|