Mail carriers are responsible for collecting and delivering mail through the US Postal Service (USPS). As Federal employees, they must meet strict standards in order to get a job.
USPS mail carriers transport mails to commercial or residential areas in cities, towns, as well as rural areas.
Likewise, they travel to planned routes by foot or by truck, carry mail, obtain signatures, and respond to the customers’ inquiries.
How to Write a USPS Mail Carrier Cover Letter No Experience?
If you want to become a mail carrier, you must demonstrate the following skills in your cover letter:
• Knowledge of postal operations
• Mail carrier competences
• Computer skills
• Customer Service orientation
• Confidentiality and efficiency
• physical fitness and endurance
• Relevant education, training, certification, and courses
4104 Tenmile Road
Norwood, MA 02062
September 19, 2019
Ms. Kimberly Ocasio
257 Lincoln Drive
Hanover (York), PA 17332
Dear Ms. Ocasio:
As a recent graduate from Groton School, I’m interested in the Mail Carrier position at the United States Postal Service, as posted on indeed.com.
You’re looking for someone who has the general operating knowledge of mail sorting machines, Multiline Optical Character Reader (MLOCR), and can deliver mail to customers. I feel confident that I meet the eligibility criteria. Also, I understand the mission of USPS, therefore, will be able to ensure to meet the quality assurance standards that you want.
Specifically, I possess the following skills and knowledge:
• Checking Zip Code accuracy
• Verifying total counts
• Loading mail in the vehicles on a regular schedule
• Sorting mails to deliver them to the assigned routes
• Delivering mail to customers’ home or office
• Getting a sign for registered mail
• Selling stamped paper, stamps and money orders
• Accepting certified mail and parcel
• Returning undeliverable mail
• Conducting special surveys when necessary
• Recording inventory of stamped paper and stamps
• Preparing a daily trip report
Besides that, I have a clean criminal and driving records. Also, I’m ready to undergo fingerprint checks, as well as state or county checks carried by inspection services.
I look forward to meeting with you to prove my abilities that can be beneficial for the United States Postal Service. Please feel free to contact me at (000)-769-8983 to schedule an interview.
Thank you for your time and consideration.