Mail clerk or mail machine operator (but not postal service) are responsible for sorting company mail, delivering mail as needed, and performing any other necessary mail-related duties for their organization. They are in charge of operating the mail machine and making sure all incoming and outgoing mail is not damaged. Their main responsibilities also include providing regular maintenance to the mail machine, organizing mailroom supplies, and ordering additional supplies as required. They must use problem-solving skills to overcome daily obstacles and multitask effectively.
Mail Clerk or Mail Machine Operator (but not Postal Service) Tasks
Stuff outgoing mail.
Unload mail truck.
Open, date stamp, classify and sort envelopes.
Meter outgoing mail.