1. Knowledge of the TACS application and other timekeeping systems.
2. Ability to oversee and coordinate the work of others on a project
or task basis, including planning, developing timelines, assigning work,
monitoring progress, and providing feedback.
3. Ability to conduct reviews to ensure compliance with postal rules
and regulations concerning timekeeping.
4. Ability to analyze and evaluate information sufficient to obtain
information from varied sources such as reference materials, written
directives,and users; and to apply this information to practical
applications such as determining complexity of user problems, personally
resolving complex problems, determining where more complex problems
should be routed for resolution, and identifying recurring problems to
the supervisor for action.
5. Ability to efficiently exchange information and coordinate the
work tasks of others, to meet unit objectives.
6. Ability to communicate orally and in writing sufficient to write
instructions and guidelines, disseminate TACS information to local
users, train users as necessary, and report local problems to the
appropriate Headquarters organization.
Applicants must demonstrate basic computer skills. This must be
demonstrated by successful completion of Postal Service Test 718.
Applicants must be able to perform the physical requirements of the
position with or without reasonable accommodation.