Working as mail handler or mail room clerk for this law firm, which is a State of Florida position, received incoming mail, sorted interoffice mail, and dispatched outgoing mail.
Received, time stamped, then sorted out all mail coming in to this office.
Items which comprised Incoming Mail consisted of the following types:
Sorted Interoffice Mail documents and shelved these for courier delivery to branches outside of the main building; to attorneys, staff supervisors, investigators, and legal secretaries based inside our mail building by placing these items inside marked folders with division numbers and floor numbers and wings within these floors:
Folders containing items to these different floors and divisions were set up in upper deck of mailroom cart to be delivered by someone in Central Processing Unit once per day.
Outgoing Mail had once consisted mostly of Client Letters by Assistant Public Defender attorneys, mostly written by divisional secretaries. Later when the pandemic began, we began sending out Corona Virus Letters with special instructions to the clients. We also began sending out large batches of Applications for Indigent Status to Clients and Release Forms both sets of which were to be signed by clients; subpoenas as well were mailed out.
From April 2, 2001 until October 2005, worked in the HR Payroll and Information Management Division as Personnel Payroll Technician in a position that was both technical and clerical. Also known as timekeeper, the beginning phase was mostly data entry, inputting mostly payroll codes such as annual leave, sick leave, holidays, night pay, overtime, together with numbers of hours.
We also processed retroactive pay for promotions and demotions, change of position, terminations and severances, etc. We also frequently processed changes based on handwritten change forms.
From mid-October 2005 until November 1, 2010, when I was laid off after they, the Board of County Commissioners, froze my job position, I worked as the HR Records Technician. In this job:
Unit 8065 was run as an auxiliary facility where spare parts for appliances were stored; We also had an in-house service section in which our technicians repaired vacuum cleaners, microwave ovens, television sets, video camcorders, vcrs. We also had technicians who made housecalls to fix broken refrigerators, washing machines, and dryers.
My part of the job regarding services involving taking in the appliances, tagging them, documenting a repair order in the computer system, and taking in the broken appliance for repair. When it was time to return to the customer the repaired item, we'd take the claim taken and bring it back to return to the customer.
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