Position/Classification Title Support Services Supervisor
Classification Type SHRA
Position required to work during periods of adverse weather or other emergencies: No
High school diploma or equivalency and two years of supervisory experience in the area of assignment; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and 5 years supervisory experience in the area of mail distribution, operation and management or equivalent combination of training & experience or high school diploma or equivalency and 7 years supervisory experience.
If no applicants apply who meet the required competency level and training and experience requirements, then management may consider other applicants. Salary would be determined based on competencies, equity, budget, and market considerations.
Required License or Certification
Must have a valid driver’s license & insurance
Primary Purpose of Position
Responsible for planning, organizing, supervising, and participates in the operations of the Mail Center. Directs and oversee the sorting and delivery of incoming mail, as well as the preparation and sending of outgoing mail. Supervises inventory, checks and reorders items as needed. May also manage the receipt and allocation of offices supplies.
Primary Function of Organizational Unit
The Campus Mail Center of North Carolina A & T State University is a unit of the Campus Enterprises under the division of Business and Finance. The Campus Mail Center’s duties are vital to the University’s administration, students, faculty, and staff. It is a liaison between the United States Postal Service and the University; it also serves as source of information for mailing options. The function of the Mail Center operation is to carry out the services of mail handling in a professional, courteous and orderly manner.
It requires Supervision, Mail Clerks and a Processing Assistant that are dedicated, loyal, honest and trustworthy employees to carry out this function. The Center has the responsibility of handling vital documents such as federal grants, federal loans and other important matter, which affects the entire operations of the University. The nature of materials handled requires extreme care and confidentiality. Overall, the Campus Mail Center is the hub of communication for resident students and their families, friends, the administration and faculty.