Postal Service Clerks are also known as Window/Distribution Clerks and they provide basic clerical services for frontline post office work.  They receive and process letters and parcels from the public as registered mail and release them to the proper claimants.  They also sell postage stamps, letter envelopes and postal cards.  Postal Service Clerks also charge customs duties for parcels received overseas based on weight and commodity type.  They are known to sell money orders.

Postal Service Clerk Resume Template

Debra E. James

Main St., Scottsdale, Arizona

Phone:  (480)-654-4665


To work as a Postal Service Clerk in a city or town postal office

Summary of Qualification

  • Has adequate comprehension skills to understand directions
  • Has good verbal and written communication skills
  • Is highly trustworthy in handling fiduciary matters for bank deposits

Career Experience/Job History

2001 – Present: Postal Service Clerk, Scottsdale Postal Office

  • Ensure that each mail to be sent has the correct postage and properly paid for as registered mail
  • Ensure correct placement of mail matters in pigeon holes or mail bags according to State, address, or other identifying schemes.
  • Maintain money drawers where payments can be gathered and secured
  • Record and balance daily transactions.
  • Weigh letters and parcels; compute for the right mailing costs based on weight, and destination or commodity type; and affix the correct postage.
  • Ensure that recipients sign for acceptance of registered or special delivery mail.
  • Sell and collect payment for postage stamps, money orders, and mail envelopes.


1998 – 2001: High School Diploma, Wilburton High School, Latimer, Oklahoma

Professional reference will be furnished upon request