Mailroom - Mailroom Trainee

Job

Description The

Arizona Republic

Mailroom

Trainee - Production

Part-Time Position / 1531-1917-2005

SPECIFIC DUTIES/

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Primary handling of newspaper products: piling, jogging, counting, moving skids,

stretch wrap and band. Inserting: jogging inserts, feeding heads and loaders,

minor repair of jams, hand insert whole products. Mail and distribution: inserting, dissecting,

tagging lists, tear sheets, etc.

Note: Trainee to be familiar

with, but not assigned to mailroom operator or computer position. Reports to unit supervisor.

PHYSICAL

REQUIREMENTS: Full

range mobility, repetitive handling, standing, walking, bending, twisting,

crouching, reaching, kneeling, pushing and pulling occasionally (50 lbs.),

seeing, color vision, depth perception, ability to communicate, lifting and

carrying frequently (30 lbs.).

SPECIFIC SKILLS

REQUIRED: Taking

papers from presses, taking papers or bundles from conveyors, and/or newspaper

stacking, and/or stacking devices; placing of newspapers or newspaper

supplements on push trucks, skids, or lift trucks; conveying of newspapers,

newspaper supplements or newspaper inserts addressing by hand machine or power

machine, inserting by hand or power machine, tieing, sacking, dissecting,

collating, counting, jogging, pasting, wrapping or marking of papers or

wrappers, or any other process being utilized in the mailroom. Ability to operate all mailroom mechanical

equipment associated with the delivery of products. Must

be able to work flexible hours, including weekends.


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