Mail Processing Clerk Position Memo

The Postal Semite notified the American Postal Workers Union (AP1h'L}ky letter dated March 1, 2002, of its' decision to implement a new position of Mail Processing Clerk pursuant to Article i, Section 5 of the USPSIAPWU Collective Bargaining Agreement. The Postal Service additionally notified the APWU by letter dated April 30, 2002, that the Mail Processing Clerk position would become effective May 4, 2002. The panties agree that the Mail Processor position duties and responsibilities will be combined with Level 5 Mail Processing and Distribution positions' duties to establish one position description entitled Mail Processing Clerk, PS-5. The Mail Processing Clerk, PS-5 position wits replace the following job descriptions: Mail Processor, PS-5 Distribution Clerk, PS-5 Optical Character Reader Operator, PS-5 Implementation Procedures All current employees in the passion descriptions listed above will be automatically played in the newly established Mail Processing Clerk position. Mail Processing Clerk, Level 5, notice of duty assignments, when posted, will continue to contain information required in Article 37.3.E., which includes in #5: 'The principal assignment area (panel past, incoming or outgoing in the main offices, or specified station, branch, or other location(s) where the greater portion of the assignment WI'l~ be performed) .' The employees' current duty assignments will continue unless charged by management in accordance wish the appropriate provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement it is understood that employees in the Mail Processing Clerk, Level 5 position may be assigned in mail processing operations in accordance with the employees' training and qualifications, and in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement This understanding is made far the purposes described above and is not intended to otter any of the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement The agreement is made without prejudice or precedent to either party's position with respect to position descriptions a any other provision of the National Agreement

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The Postal Semite notified the American Postal Workers Union (AP1h'L}ky letter dated March 1, 2002, of its' decision to implement a new position of Mail Processing Clerk pursuant to Article i, Section 5 of the USPSIAPWU Collective Bargaining Agreement. The Postal Service additionally notified the APWU by letter dated April 30, 2002, that the Mail Processing Clerk position would become effective May 4, 2002. The panties agree that the Mail Processor position duties and responsibilities will be combined with Level 5 Mail Processing and Distribution positions' duties to establish one position description entitled Mail Processing Clerk, PS-5. The Mail Processing Clerk, PS-5 position wits replace the following job descriptions: Mail Processor, PS-5 Distribution Clerk, PS-5 Optical Character Reader Operator, PS-5 Implementation Procedures All current employees in the passion descriptions listed above will be automatically played in the newly established Mail Processing Clerk position. Mail Processing Clerk, Level 5, notice of duty assignments, when posted, will continue to contain information required in Article 37.3.E., which includes in #5: 'The principal assignment area (panel past, incoming or outgoing in the main offices, or specified station, branch, or other location(s) where the greater portion of the assignment WI'l~ be performed) .' The employees' current duty assignments will continue unless charged by management in accordance wish the appropriate provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement it is understood that employees in the Mail Processing Clerk, Level 5 position may be assigned in mail processing operations in accordance with the employees' training and qualifications, and in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement This understanding is made far the purposes described above and is not intended to otter any of the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement The agreement is made without prejudice or precedent to either party's position with respect to position descriptions a any other provision of the National Agreement

Document Type:  Memorandum of Understanding

Craft:  Clerk

Tags: mail processing clerk , mail processing , Distribution Clerk , Distribution Mail Processors

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