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PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960

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PUBLIC LAW 86-682-SEPT. 2, 1960

(E) Distributes incoming mail for carrier delivery, boxholders and general delivery; faces, cancels^ distributes, ties and sacks outgoing mail; performs general delivery window service; issues and casnes money orders; delivers c. o. d. and customs mails; accepts and delivers parcel post, registered and insured mail, sells stamps, stamped paper, savings bonds, postal saving stamps and certificates, migratory and documentary stamps, and collects box rents. (F) Checks financial accountability of employees in accordance with existing instructions; makes daily deposits of accountable funds in local bank; obtains bids for proposed purchases; requisitions supplies; issues checks for employees' salaries and other official disDursements. (G) Prepares annual estimates of manpower needs and operating allowances for submission as required. (H) Prepares reports of a recurring nature, reflecting various transactions of the office, such as personnel salary summaries, retirement and withholding tax data, cost estimates, money order and bond summaries and schedules of disbursement. (I) Maintains all files for the office. (3) ORGANIZATIONAL

RELATIONSHIPS.—Administratively

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sible to a district manager. § 3520. Positions in salary level 9 (a) GENERAL FOREMAN, MAILS. (KP-26) (1) BASIC FUNCTION.—Directs foreman in the distribution of all or

part of incoming mails, outgoing mails, or both, at a first class post office. (2)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.—

(A) Lays out work for foremen at the beginning of a tour and issues instructions. (B) Oversees work in progress to prevent accumulation of mail. (C) Insures that mail is distributed in accordance with established orders and instructions. (D) Shifts men from one foreman to another to keep mails moving. (E) Reports difficulties and suggests corrective measures to superior. (F) Maintains required records. (G) Assures that adequate on-the-job training is carried out to promote employee proficiency. (H) Reviews and forwards recommendations of foremen respecting discipline, promotions, or changes in assignments; approves time and leave requests; submits manpower estimates. (3) ORGANIZATIONAL

RELATIONSHIPS.—Administratively

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sible to a superintendent or assistant superintendent or other designated superior. Directs, through approximately four foremen, employees as assigned. (b) POSTMASTER, SMALL FIRST CLASS OFFICE. (KP-27) (1) BASIC FUNCTION.—Is responsible for all operations of a first class post office, including direction and supervision of mails, finance, personnel, and other related activities. This office has approximately sixteen employees, annual receipts of approximately $63,000, and city delivery service consisting of eight carrier routes within its jurisdiction. (2)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.—

(A) Organizes the post office to insure expeditious handling of mails and to provide courteous and efficient service to the patrons.