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Postal Service Officer (CYB)

Job Details

  • Agency: Postal Services
  • Reference: R0872019
  • Posted: 11-Apr-2019
  • Closing Date: 27-Apr-2019
  • Salary: CI$27,612 - CI$37,140
  • Job Description

MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

THE CAYMAN ISLANDS POSTAL SERVICE INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR:

POSTAL SERVICE OFFICER (CYB)

SALARY:$27,612 $37,140 PER ANNUM

(WILL BE PRORATED FOR HOURS WORKED)

Are you looking to establish a career within the Postal industry? Are you highly motivated and welcome an opportunity for challenge and development?

If you answered yes to the above questions, the Cayman Islands Postal Service invites applications for the position of Postal Service Officer, Cayman Brac.

Postal Service Officers play an integral role in the Cayman Islands Postal Service carrying out its legally mandated functions. Duties will include mail processing responsibilities, including the preparation of mail for delivery or dispatch, assisting customers sending or collecting parcels, registered mail and EMS items; as well as, serving customers wishing to purchase postal and value added products.

    This position will include working several hours on Saturday mornings

The successful applicant must have strong customer service skills, and a determination to excel in a customer-driven environment. Attention to detail, good manual dexterity/coordination skills as well as the ability to work quickly and accurately in a fast-paced environment to meet tight deadlines are required for this post.Computer literacy is required.

REPEATED LIFTING OF HEAVY MAIL BAGS AND OTHER ITEMS IS REQUIRED.

Applicants will be required to complete a computerisedPostal Test.

Interested persons already resident in the Cayman Islands should submit an electronic application form, resume and cover letter to:

Email: cipsrecruitment@gov.ky

Benefits will be determined in accordance with the Public Service Management Law, Personnel Regulations, the Public Service Pensions Law and the CINICO Health Plan as may be amended from time to time. Pension and health benefits are non-contributory.