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PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960


PUBLIC LAW 86-682-SEPT. 2, 1960

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§ 3512. Positions in salary level 1 JANITOR. (KP-1) (1) BASIC FUNCTION.—Cleans, sweeps, and removes trash


work areas, lobbies, and washrooms. (2) DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.—

(A) Sweeps and scrubs floors and stairs, dusts furniture and fixtures, cleans washrooms and washes windows (except exterior glass in high buildings). (B) Moves furniture and helps erect equipment and fixtures within offices of the building. (C) I n addition, may perform any of the following duties: (i) cleans ice and snow from the sidewalks and driveways, and tends the lawn, shrubbery, and premises of the post office; (ii) washes walls and ceilings. (3) ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS.—Reports to a foreman or

other designated supervisor. § 3513. Positions in salary level 2 (a) ELEVATOR OPERATOR. (KP-2) (1) BASIC FUNCTION.—Operates a freight or passenger elevator. (2) DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.—

(A) Operates elevator. (B) Cleans cab of elevator and polishes metal fittings. (C) I n addition, may perform any of the following duties: (i) pushes handcarts of mail on and off elevator or assists in loading or unloading material carried on elevator; (ii) tends the heating plant or performs cleaning duties in the vicinity of the elevator. (3) ORGANIZATIONAL





starter or other designated supervisor. (b) ORDER FILLER.


(1) BASIC FUNCTION.—Selects, assembles, and makes ready for shipment items requisitioned by postal field establishments. (2) DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.—

Is assigned any of the following duties: (A) Separates sheets of the requisition form, fastens copies to clipboards and places on appropriate conveyor line. (B) Clarifies writing on carbon copies of requisitions in order to minimize errors in filling requisitions. (C) Sets u p and prepares shipping containers. (D) Places in cartons on conveyor lines the quantities of items requisitioned from an assigned station, indicating action taken opposite each item. (E) Fills and labels bulk shipping orders and moves bulk material to dispatch area. (F) Replenishes from stock items stored in individual stations and keeps stations neat and orderly to facilitate filling of requisitions. (G) Transports bulk and individual shipments on hand trucks. (H) Assembles materials for each requisition where conveyor lines converge. (I) Places cartons on assembly table for coordination and packing. (J) Checks requisition copies and items to assure that proper action has been taken. (K) Directs items not requiring packing to dispatch area. (L) Combines shipments to reduce packing.