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The On-Call/Casual Postal Clerk is responsible for the maintenance, operation and provision of postal services to the community of M’Chigeeng First Nation.


  • Sort and organize mail on a daily basis including delivery of ad mail
  • Prepare and sort outgoing mail on a daily basis
  • Record, card and process all specialized services such as priority post, expedited and registered mail
  • Shipping processes – maintain accurate records, process orders
  • Sale of products
  • Maintain accurate daily and monthly records
  • Maintain inventory for saleable products such as stamps, courier products, packaging products etc.
  • Maintain weekly financial summary and prepare deposit
  • Use and maintain postal meter, cash register, weigh station and money order 
  • Maintain all forms required by Canada Post
  • Prepare daily reconciliation sheet for the cash register
  • Record money orders sold and cancel stamps
  • Weighs parcels and calculate sufficient postage
  • Write up delivery cards for oversized parcels, envelopes and mailing requiring signature before release
  • Responsible for locking all areas of the building
  • Cleanliness of  the facility for maintaining a safe public environment


  • OSSD or equivalent
  • Valid First Aid or CPR Certificate (or willing to obtain)
  • Police CRC will be required upon hire


  • Ability to operate computer and software as required to operate postal station
  • Able to prioritize, meet deadlines and work under pressure
  • Must understand machine applications such as postal meter, cash register, weight station, fax and photocopier and money order printer
  • Must be able to handle complaints and refer to appropriate personnel
  • Understanding and fluency in Ojibwe will be considered an asset, or a demonstrated willingness to learn
  • Must have knowledge and/or experience with the language, culture, history and customs of the Anishnaabe people



c/o Human Resources

M’Chigeeng First Nation, P.O. Box 333

M’Chigeeng ON  P0P 1G0

FAX: 705 377 4980 or EMAIL:


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