Overview

Mail Superintendents are the head of a postal service. They carry out functions such as directing and coordinating the operational activities within the postal service. Their role also requires that they oversee the administrative, management and supportive services within the postal services system of their state or country. They are responsible for coordinating workers' activities within an assigned post office, and seeing to the overall smooth operation of the entity.

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Employment Stats

Certificate or Associate's degree required

Shrinking by 24.2% over the next 8 years

$62K Average annual salary