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Job Description and Qualifications of a Mail Clerk
Being a mail clerk is one of the most stressful jobs in the world. Despite the popularity of e-mail and social media, people still do send mails (because it is formal and businesslike to do so). Billing companies and court houses cannot send bills and court summons through Gmail or Facebook, so there will still be someone to sorts out mails and stamp them.
There might not be many job openings for the position of mail clerk but they many companies need them as internal and external communications still need to be carried out in ink and paper. Mail clerks are employed by many establishments that carry out communications among its regular functions like telecommunications company, banks and lending firms, court houses, postal services and certain government offices.
Among the functions mail clerks perform on a daily basis include:
collecting incoming and outgoing mail and sorting them according to location
receiving outgoing mail and applying stamps
stamping incoming and outgoing mail according to date and location
sorting out letters and packages and distributing them
inspecting packages for contraband items
recording registered mail
disposing junk mail
returning mail with incomplete address to sender
arrange for the delivery and pick-up of mail
as mail clerk in postal services, issuing postal identification cards
If you like the simple and stress-free work environment of a mail clerk, then why not apply? You do not need special training or high educational qualifications to become a mail clerk. A high school diploma or a GED will do enough as educational requirements. You will also need to be familiar about location details, area codes, state abbreviations and basic knowledge of known places in your area, basic mathematical skills, good communication skills and good work ethic.