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Mail Message Services Worker, Level I (Provisional)

Employer
Lehman College
Location
LEHMAN COLLEGE

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Institutional & Business Affairs, Auxiliary Services
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

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Mail Message Services Worker, Level I (Provisional) **GENERAL DUTIES** Provides and supervise mail and related services at a CUNY location. There are two Assignment Levels for this position and all personnel perform related work. This specification describes typical assignments in this position; related duties may be assigned as needed. ASSIGNMENT LEVEL-1 - Under supervision, with latitude for independent initiative and judgment, utilizing manual and/or electronic postal equipment and procedures: - Receives sorts and distributes mail or other packages, signs package receipts. - Loads, unloads, lifts and moves mail and packages. - Prepares sorts and labels outgoing mail. - Assists in packing and unpacking of all kinds of packages that can be processes through the US Postal Service and other delivery services. - Picks up and delivers interoffice or intra-office mail/parcels. - Inserts letters or other material into envelopes manually or using automated equipment. - Computes required postage, and stamps outgoing mail and/or operates office machines to process mail. - Acts as a messenger, both on and off location. - May visit Post Office to conduct business related to mail delivery and postage. - Delivers meters to Post Office for resetting. - Answers routine queries from users of mail services. - Gets mail and/or packages registered and/or insured. - Operates office machines such as copiers and postage meters. - Makes scheduled trips for deliveries or collections; if necessary, operates various kinds of motor vehicles to carry mail or parcels. - Reports any noticeable mechanical defects in motor vehicle and/or in office equipment they utilize. - Operates telephone equipment, including automated directories and telephone features. - Maintains mail directories of all employees at the Campus. - Keeps other required records. - Uses computer, if necessary, to perform routine tasks e.g., reports, expenses, and postage. - Depending on office policy may utilize electronic mail to communicate with campus personnel regarding the status of mail deliveries. - May function as a lead worker. - Supervise mail service activities, or supervise part time and/or student employees working in service area. ASSIGNMENT LEVEL-2 - Under direction, with considerable independent initiative and judgment, supervises employees utilizing manual and/or electronic procedures in performing mail and messenger service functions and performs the following more complex activities: - Supervise and trains staff in all phases of mail/messenger service operations. - Insures that selection among mail service and postage choices is made in most cost effective manner. - Assign job duties to subordinates, and maintains records of their schedules. - Makes sure that all deadlines are met and deliveries are made promptly. - Determines route schedules for pickups and deliveries. - Keeps logs of all postage material. - Prepares monthly invoices or internal billing records for postage used by College departments. - Prepares requisitions for supplies, funding of postal accounts and contracts for servicing equipment. - Insures that mail office equipment is properly maintained and serviced. - Maintains the security of all postage material and equipment. - Explains procedural changes and provides subordinates with necessary resources and supplementary interpretations to implement these changes. - Develops, maintains, and revises (if needed) procedures to insure efficiency and effectiveness. - Corresponds and confers with local postal authorities to resolve postal/electronic media/messenger issues. - Coordinates services and obtains interpretations of new or revised postal regulations. - Schedules internal and external training sessions for staff, such as seminars provided by the Post Office. - Uses computer if necessary, to perform routine tasks e.g. reports, expenses and postage. Depending on office policy may utilize electronic mail to communicate with campus personnel regarding the unit's activities. - Investigates complaints of poor service and takes appropriate action. - Prepares annual and supplemental budgets for the mail service functions. - May perform the duties of Assignment Level 1. **CONTRACT TITLE** Mail Message Services Worker **FLSA** Non-exempt **CAMPUS SPECIFIC INFORMATION** Lehman College, of The City University of New York, ranks among the top five institutions in the nation for fostering social mobility. A four-year Hispanic-Serving Institution in the Bronx, Lehman offers bachelor’s, master’s, and advanced degrees and certificate programs in the Liberal Arts, sciences, and professions. The College’s community-driven mission and notable academic programs attract a diverse, international enrollment of over 15,000 students who take courses on its 37-acre, tree-lined campus and online degree programs. Many thousands more community members benefit yearly from its active cultural, educational, health, and economic outreach programs and services. **This position is 100% in-person.** **MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS** - A four-year high school diploma or its equivalent, plus six months of full time office experience in mail services area. The person must be able to communicate in English. - A Motor Vehicle Driver's License, valid in the State of New York, may be required for some, but not all positions. **COMPENSATION** New Hire: $29,134* Incumbent: $32,919 *This amount reflects a 13% salary suppression in effect for the first 24 months of employment only. **BENEFITS** CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria. **HOW TO APPLY** To apply, go to www.cuny.edu, access the employment page, log in or create a new user account, and search for this vacancy using the Job ID or Title. Select "Apply Now" and provide the requested information. **CLOSING DATE** June 30, 2024 **JOB SEARCH CATEGORY** CUNY Job Posting: Support Staff **EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY** CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer. Job ID 28567 Location Lehman College

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Lehman College serves the Bronx and surrounding region as an intellectual, economic, and cultural center. Lehman College provides undergraduate and graduate studies in the liberal arts and sciences and professional education within a dynamic research environment, while embracing diversity and actively engaging students in their academic, personal, and professional development.lehman_college_of_the_city_university_of_new_york1.jpg

Lehman College has entered a new era in its history as an institution of higher education. Already known for its outstanding faculty, dedicated staff, superb library, art gallery, theaters, speech and hearing clinic, and athletic facilities, the College will now build a new state of the art, environmentally “green” science facility that will invigorate faculty and student research as well as prepare Lehman students for science-based careers.

As the only CUNY senior college in the borough and southern Westchester County, Lehman College has adapted to meet changing conditions and is poised to respond to new needs and challenges.

lehman_college_of_the_city_university_of_new_york2.jpgOn the undergraduate level, Lehman's General Education Curriculum is designed to provide a broad knowledge of the achievements and methods of the liberal arts and sciences and to develop student abilities to participate responsively in informed inquiry into subjects of both public and personal concern. On the graduate level, the College has developed professional programs in nursing, teacher and counselor preparation, accounting, computer science, health services, and speech-language pathology. The College also offers strong traditional liberal arts graduate programs in art, biology, English, history, Spanish and mathematics.

For more than two decades, Lehman has deepened its involvement with the surrounding community. The opening of the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in 1980 and the Lehman College Art Gallery in 1984 has made the College a cultural center for the region. Together with the City and the Humanities Program, the Department of Music, and the Theatre program, they present dozens of concerts, plays, dance performances, and exhibitions that are free or nominally priced.

Lehman College also provides a variety of community services. The Institute for Literacy Studies sponsors classes to teach adults fundamentals of reading and writing, while the Speech and Hearing Center offers comprehensive evaluations of hearing and speech-language disorders.

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Lehman has joined with the Bronx Superintendent of Schools’ Office and the educational reform organization New Visions for Public Schools to develop seven new small high schools in the Bronx. The schools—housed within larger, traditional high schools—are formed around the themes of the visual arts, teaching, music, college readiness, health sciences, nursing and allied health, and community research and learning.

In addition, in Fall 2003, the High School of American Studies at Lehman College opened on the Lehman campus. One of New York City’s new specialized high schools and the only one to focus on American history, the school represents a collaboration among Lehman College, the New York City Department of Education, and the Gilder-Lehrman Foundation.

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