Are you interested in broadening your postal horizons as an Ad-Hoc Supervisor, Customer Services EAS-17? If so, Manager, Post Office Operations Denise Young wants to hear from you.
All qualified career and non-career postal employees in the South Florida District are eligible to apply for Ad-Hoc Supervisor, Customer Services positions at the Jupiter Main Office, 1095 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458 and the Tequesta Branch, 401 Old Dixie Highway, Jupiter, FL 33469. The successful applicants will report to the above locations, respectively. Each Ad-Hoc position will not exceed six months.
Non-Scheduled Days: Sunday, Wednesday
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
FUNCTIONAL PURPOSE: Supervises a group of employees in the delivery, collection, and distribution of mail, and in window service activities within a Post Office, station or branch, or detached unit.
KNOWLEDGE OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT systems and standards, and customer satisfaction indicators, as they relate to customer service operations.
CHANGE MANAGEMENT: Prepares employees for change by establishing and maintaining continuous dialogue with employees; communicates change to employees and reassures them during the transition from present to future state.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Organizes and expresses thoughts and information in a clear and concise manner while tailoring the message to the audience; engages in active listening; is aware of the impact of nonverbal cues on the message being delivered; takes into account the feelings and motivation of others when delivering a message.
EMPLOYEE FOCUS: Establishes a positive and safe work environment conducive to increasing productivity through treating employees with dignity and respect; defines the roles of employees and clarifies their responsibilities for the success of the organization; provides employees with the tools and support they need to accomplish their goals.
FUNCTIONAL ADMINISTRATION: Completes administrative tasks; generates and analyzes daily reports to ensure appropriate documentation of operations.
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: Manages the operation through the use of operational plans developed to drive work unit and organizational performance; addresses labor relations issues and applies knowledge of local and national agreements to solve workplace conflicts; analyzes data on a regular basis to determine if adjustments to current operations are necessary to achieve goals.
PERSONAL ACUMEN: Adapts to changes in the business environment; demonstrates trustworthiness and initiative to accomplish work unit and organizational goals and objectives.
WORK UNIT PLANNING: Determines priorities of the work unit on a daily and weekly basis; identifies resources (employees and capital) needed to accomplish goals and allocates resources as allowed to support the priorities and goals established for the work unit and organization as a whole.
HOW TO APPLY: Interested employees must submit their eCareer profile, along with a summary of accomplishments addressing the above eight requirements.
All applications should be sent to the below address for receipt by Close Of Business (COB) Friday, July 21, 2017:
South Florida District Office
1900 W Oakland Park Blvd Room # 129Fort Lauderdale, FL 33310-9998