Under general supervision of the Office Services Supervisor II of the Imaging and Mail Processing Center and the direct supervision of the Mailing machine Supervisor I in charge of the bulk mailing section, the Mailing Machines Operator I performs a variety of mail processing duties to support the functions and responsibilities of the bulk mail unit. Must be able to operate mailing machines including inserters, postage meters and various folding and strapping machines. Performance of assigned duties by the Mailing Machines Operator I ensures timely and effective processing of incoming and outgoing mail and provides mail processing support for the Board of Equalization. The Imaging and Mail Processing Center is responsible for providing a wide variety of mail processing support services to the Board of Equalization including processing large volumes of incoming tax related documents through the United States Postal Service. SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Applicants must submit STD 678 Application. Applicant must have a valid CA Drivers License. Applications must be received by final filing date. Transfers and Lateral will be considered. Pending HR Approval. The position is located in a high-rise building. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. A LEAP Certification List will be utilized.
290 - 393 - 1779 - 008
Tax Revenue Branch/IMPC
Final Filing Date:
Tax Revenue Branch/IMPC 450 N Street, MIC: 12 Sacramento, CA 95814
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