Michael Kirk (above) has been promoted to Lead Manager, Maintenance at the Miami Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC). In this capacity, Kirk will be responsible for over 600 employees in maintenance operations throughout the district. He will also oversee the field maintenance for all stations and branches in the district and will serve as the District Security Control Officer.
He began his career as a Distribution Clerk at the Miami P&DC in 1988. Four years later, he was promoted to Facilities Contract Technician PS-09. From 1989 through 1999, he was Facilities Specialist EAS-17.
In 1999, Kirk transferred to the Miami International Service Center (ISC) as Supervisor, Maintenance Operations EAS-17. In 2000, he was Acting Manager, Maintenance EAS-19 at the ISC. In 2001, Kirk transferred to the Fort Lauderdale Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) where he served as Supervisor, Maintenance Operations for two years. He was promoted to Manager, Maintenance Operations Support EAS-19 at the South Florida Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) in Pembroke Pines, FL. He then was promoted to Manager, Maintenance EAS-22 at the Royal Palm Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) and served in this position from 2008 to 2014. Kirk was then promoted to Manager, Maintenance Operations EAS-23 at the Miami P&DC and served in this capacity until his promotion to Lead Manager, Maintenance EAS-25.
Kirk is Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Green Belt trained.
Prior to his postal career, Kirk worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a civilian in the Middle East for seven years.
“Mike has an extensive background in maintenance and is an asset to his position,” said Senior Plant Manager Juan Gonzalez. “Please join me in wishing him continued success in his career.”