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Office Manager

Location:
Elkridge, MD
Posted:
March 11, 2020

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United States Postal Service

Internal Publication of Job Posting 10259713

Branch

South Florida District

Job Posting Period

**/**/**** - **/**/2018

Job Title

****-**** ********** (F) EAS-24 DELRAY BEACH FL

Facility Location

DELRAY BEACH POST OFFICE

14280 S MILITARY TRL

DELRAY BEACH, FL 33484-2628

NB10275439

SELECTING OFFICIAL: RONALD JARRELL JR

Position Information

TITLE: POSTMASTER (F)

GRADE: EAS - 24

FLSA DESIGNATION: Exempt

OCCUPATION CODE: 2301-7004

NON-SCHEDULED DAYS: Saturday/Sunday

HOURS: 08:00 A.M. to 05:00 P.M.

SALARY RANGE: 71.764,00 - 117.767,00 USD Annually

FINANCE NUMBER: 112205

Persons Eligible to Apply

This position is posted Service-Wide. All non-bargaining (EAS) career Postal employees Service-Wide (including headquarters and headquarters field units) are eligible to apply for this position. In addition, all former Postmasters EAS-16 and below who voluntarily downgraded to a bargaining unit position between May 2012 and February 6, 2015 are eligible to apply.

Non-competitive requests from career non-bargaining employees at the same or higher grade level may be submitted directly to the selecting official for consideration outside this competitive process. Noncompetitive applicants are encouraged to include a copy of their eCareer profile along with their request. Functional Purpose

Manages, through subordinate managers and supervisors, the operations of a large post office and several supporting stations branches and/or Remotely Managed Post Offices and all supporting functions in the areas of plant, equipment and vehicle maintenance, vehicle operations, personnel, accounting and customer services. Oversees the mailing needs of a moderate-size city or metropolitan area.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Manages, through subordinate supervisors and/or postmaster reliefs (PMR), post office operations with supporting stations, branches and small vehicle maintenance and operations section. 2. Manages the development, implementation and administration of local procedures to meet Postal Service policy and objectives for the local and subordinate offices.

3. Plans for and establishes goals and objectives for the post office to meet standards established by the Area and Headquarters.

4. Manages the preparation of and control of a large operating Budget for the local and subordinate offices. 5. Manages the implementation and administration of proper safeguards for the welfare of customers and employees, and for the security of the mails for the local and subordinate offices. 6. Selects locations for contract stations and administers the contracts. 7. Has frequent contact with representatives of local civic groups, business firms, and government agencies. 8. Exercises managerial responsibility for the protective care of all equipment, facilities, vehicles, and accountable paper assigned to the local and subordinate offices.

9. Manages a very large workforce through a staff of Supervisors, subordinate managers and postmaster reliefs (PMR). 10. Exercises a normal regard for the safety of self and others with particular emphasis on ensuring employee compliance with established safety policy and procedures; administers the safety program for the local and subordinate offices. SUPERVISION

Manager, Post Office Operations

Qualifications/Requirements

1. The following requirements are to be addressed by applicants for ALL Postmaster positions: DECISION MAKING/PROBLEM ANALYSIS, BUDGET OPERATIONS, PLANNING AND SCHEDULING OF WORK, SAFETY AND HEALTH, and CUSTOMER AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS.

2. In addition to those listed above, the following requirements are to be addressed by applicants for Postmaster positions where there are career employees to be supervised: LABOR RELATIONS, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY, EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT, and SUPERVISION.

3. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: Postmasters are expected to identify with and be appropriately involved in the community they serve. If necessary, newly appointed Postmasters may be required to relocate to their new post office community to provide the required services and to ensure their community involvement. NOTE: Attachments such as OIC evaluations, resumes, recommendation letters, news articles, and training certificates MUST NOT be included with the application. For further information on the requirements listed above, see below: a) Decision Making/Problem Solving. Ability to carry out operational plans and procedures within the framework of policy. Ability to obtain and interpret relevant facts; analyze problems, complaints, and suggestions; devise effective plans and procedures; and take appropriate action. Ability to analyze problems and to devise improvements. b) Budget Operations. Ability to prepare a budget and maintain financial records. Ability to carry out operations economically and efficiently. Ability to maintain operating cost and expenditures in proper relationship to the authorized budget.

c) Planning and Scheduling of Work. Ability to plan operations over appropriate time periods, taking into account variations in workload and available resources. Ability to adjust work activities and schedules to meet emergency operations. d) Safety and Health. Knowledge of safety procedures needed to ensure that safe working conditions are maintained. Knowledge of procedures and techniques established to avoid injuries to self, employees, and customers. Knowledge of normal accident prevention measures and emergency procedures. Knowledge of a postmaster's safety and health responsibilities. Knowledge of the relationships of safety and health considerations to efficient operations, including absenteeism and operating costs.

e) Customer and Community Relations. Ability to conduct operations in an attitude of responsive service to customers. Ability to present a favorable Postal Service image to the community. Ability to be active in community life. Ability to comprehend and communicate information, both orally and in writing. Knowledge of operating procedures and standards, postal rates and classes, and commonly encountered customer needs. Ability to sell ideas, positions, and recommendations to others. Ability to interact tactfully and relate well with others. Factors 'f' - 'i' need to be addressed only when the postmaster position under consideration has subordinate career employees.

f) Labor Relations. Knowledge of labor relations policies, including management's rights, the rights of employees and their representatives, national and local labor agreements, and applicable laws and regulations. Ability to negotiate effectively with employee groups.

g) Equal Employment Opportunity. Knowledge of policy pertaining to equal employment opportunity and affirmative action. Ability to deal sensitively with minority groups. Ability to deal fairly with all employees, customers, and business contacts. h) Employee Development. Ability to train and develop employees. Ability to delegate work to subordinates according to their current ability and capacity for growth.

i) Supervision. Ability to define assignments or projects clearly. Ability to delegate authority, and to work with and through others effectively. Ability to direct or coordinate individual or group action in order to accomplish a task or goal. Ability to motivate and lead employees of varied backgrounds and skill levels. Ability to deal fairly and objectively with subordinates. How to Apply

Eligible employees apply on-line via the Internet at www.liteblue.usps.gov from any computer with internet access. You will need your Employee Identification Number (EIN) and Personal Identification Number (PIN). Click on the 'Go To eCareer'. Click on 'Search and/or Apply for EAS Jobs' . Complete the candidate profile, questionnaires, and summary of accomplishments addressing the requirements stated on the job posting. Applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m., Central Time, of the posting's closing date. If you need assistance you may call 1-877-***-****, choose Option 5. The US Postal Service is an equal employment opportunity employer and provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application, interview, and/or selection process, please make your request to the examiner, selecting official or local manager of Human Resources. This request can also be made by someone on your behalf. Explain the nature of your limitations and the accommodation needed. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.



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