USPS seeks to fill 2,800 Front-line Supervisor positions

April 27, 2022 The Postal Service is now accepting applications for front-line supervisory positions, which can be a steppingstone for many employees on their career paths. The organization currently has approximately 2,800 Executive and Administrative Schedule Level 17 supervisory positions available. Both career and noncareer employees are eligible to apply for the positions, which are…

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NAPS Requests Postal Service to Adjust FY2021 Pay-for-Performance Payout

The National Association of Postal Supervisors has requested the U.S. Postal Service to set its FY 2021 pay-for-performance payout for all EAS employees at 3 percent, or one-half percent above the initial USPS payout projection. The annual pay adjustment of the 50,000 supervisors and managers covered under the USPS Executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) is…

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USPS to fill 900 Level 17 Supervisor Positions 

To prepare for the upcoming holiday peak season, the Postal Service plans to fill about 900 Level 17 supervisor positions. These will be Executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) positions. USPS will accept applications for them from Aug. 17-23. The positions include the following: Customer service support supervisor; Customer services supervisor; Distribution operations supervisor; Transportation operations…

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NAPS Files Lawsuit Against USPS Over Pay and Representation of 49,000 Management Personnel

On Friday, July 26, 2019, the National Association of Postal Supervisors filed a complaint in federal district court seeking declaratory and injunctive relief against the U.S. Postal Service for its failure to pay its supervisors, managers, and other professional and administrative employees in accordance with federal law, which, among other things, requires compensation comparable to…

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USPS OIG Report: Supervisory Span of Control – Southern Area

Background Supervising post office operations requires supervisors to possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to manage delivery (city and rural), retail, and customer service operations requirements as well as frequent interaction with the public. The U.S. Postal Service uses the Supervisor Workload Credit (SWC) worksheet to determine the number of Executive & Administrative Schedule Customer…

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USPS’ Pay for Performance System Isn’t Rewarding Top Performing Employees

By Eric Katz – August 3, 2017 The U.S. Postal Service is failing to reward its top performers under a pay system designed to recognize excellence, according to a new report, instead relying on group metrics that collectively punish employees for the work of their colleagues. Using the Capital Metro Area as a sample, the…

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