Thursday, March 23, 2017

Weiser Promoted to WPB Postmaster

                          West Palm Beach Postmaster Robert Weiser
Photo: West Palm Beach Customer Relations Coordinator Curlita Rogers-Saunders
Robert Weiser began his postal career as a Letter Carrier in Long Island City, NY, in 1973 when the cost of a First-Class letter was 8 cents. Weiser has been dedicated to providing outstanding service to customers while in various postal positions from New York City to Dallas to Philadelphia to West Palm Beach for the past 43 years.

District Manager Jeffery Taylor has announced Weiser’s promotion to Postmaster, West Palm Beach City 334 where he had been detailed as Officer in Charge. As Postmaster, Weiser will be responsible for an annual operating budget of $56 million. He administratively will be responsible for 653 employees. West Palm Beach City has 350 city, rural and highway routes and 242,695 deliveries. In Fiscal Year 2016, West Palm Beach City generated $75 million in revenue.

“I’m very pleased to lead our West Palm Beach City team in providing outstanding retail and delivery service to our customers,” said Weiser. “As a team, we’ll work together to provide outstanding service to all internal and external stakeholders.”

During his career, Weiser delivered mail in Long Island City and Queens, NY, prior to a promotion as Supervisor, Mails and Delivery, Long Island City. He transferred to the Dallas District in 1981 and worked in various Dallas positions, including Supervisor, Mails and Delivery; Supervisor, Mails and Collections; and Manager, Customer Services. He also served as Manager, Mail Processing and Manager, Customer Services, Irving, TX; Manager, Customer Service Operations, Dallas, TX; Officer In Charge, Plano and Richardson, TX; and Manager, Customer Services, Plano, TX.

From 2007 to 2010, Weiser worked in the Philadelphia, PA District as Manager, Post Office Operations and Senior Manager, Post Office Operations. Weiser was promoted to Manager, Post Office Operations in the South Florida District in 2010.

Weiser studied accounting, business and marketing at Hunter College in New York City and at the University of Texas in Dallas.

“Robert’s extensive postal knowledge and customer service experience are assets to this position,” said District Manager Jeffery Taylor. “Please join me in wishing him continued success in his career.”

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