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    This National Guard position is for a Mail Assistant, Position Description Number T5055000 and is a part of DCSG6,MAIL DISTRIBUTION CENTER, National Guard.

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    1. Provides advice and recommendations to the supervisor on new equipment and/or advances on the market and current equipment status for consideration of upgrades or replacements of current systems. Serves as a mail distribution handler for incoming and outgoing distribution servicing in excess of 150 distinct units throughout the state. Operates electronic postal processing equipment for outgoing first class, priority, certified, registered, bulk or postcard mail with federal indicia on a daily basis. Ships packages by other commercial vendors as required to support mail missions. Electronically captures accounting data for management reports on numerous accounts via data inputs per parcel mailed.

    2. Maintains business mail licenses (Business Reply and Discount) with United States Postal Service (USPS). Uploads postage-by-phone as needed quarterly by electronic data transfer. Maintains record of daily transactions PS Form 3602-A in accordance with USPS requirements. Maintains required postal files in accordance with appropriate records management requirements. Processes and insures proper packaging of all outgoing classified mail. Receives, sorts, and routes incoming mail to distribution points by organizational designation.

    3. Receives, registers, controls and safeguards incoming and outgoing classified mail up to and including Secret. Checks and certifies as to the presence of all material; contacts originator if discrepancies are found. Maintains logs and locates and accounts for material at any given time. Assigns control numbers, prepares control records and receipt forms, determines proper routing, delivers personally or through authorized personnel, and obtains receipt for material. Checks outgoing classified and unclassified mail.

    4. Receives and reviews quarterly postage reports for remote site locations, reassembles into a consolidated report and forwards to the National Guard Bureau (NGB) semiannually. Assists in the preparation of applications for licenses, permits and reports relative to the operations of the mailroom. Prepares and coordinates a roster of alternate mail clerks and trains them in required operations. Maintains reference library of pertinent regulations and publications of USPS and applicable Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.

    5. Perform all other duties assigned.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0305 Mail And File

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