WHAT IS THE WAGE & INVESTMENTDIVISION? The Wage & Investment Division (W&I) serves about 122 million taxpayers who file upwards of 94 million returns each year. W&I provides high-quality taxpayer assistance, and enable taxpayers to transact and communicate electronically to file their returns and make payments.
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WHAT DOES A LEAD CLERK DO? A Lead Clerk performs a vital role in the Service's ability to process, distribute and manage more than a million pieces of correspondence, including tax returns, each year. In this position, you will serve as a work leader over employees engaged in accomplishing day to day tasks either as a Clerk. The Lead Clerk performs a critical role in processing both incoming and outgoing mail. On the other hand, the Lead Clerk is responsible for incoming and outgoing documents and files, once it is ready to be worked within the Business Division. Both of these clerks perform critical roles in the Services ability to serve million of taxpayers each year.
As a Lead Clerk you will:
- Serve as a work leader over employees engaged in accomplishing mail/file clerical work.
- Distribute, balance, monitor and report on workload in accordance with established workflow or job specialization. Assure equitable distribution among employees and timely accomplishment of assigned work load.
- Amend or reject work not meeting established standards and refers to supervisor any problems on meeting performance standards.
- Maintain current knowledge of procedures, policies and directives; answer questions; and provide both classroom and OJT instruction to employees.
- Resolve simple informal complaints, refers others to supervisor; reports on performance, progress and training needs of employees and other issues as appropriate.
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