Receive express consignments from customers.
What does an Express Clerk do?
Receives express consignments from customers, computes charges, routes consignment according to destination, and releases consignments to consignee: Weighs parcels received from customer and refers to rate chart to compute charges. Writes receipts and bill of charges, accepts payment, or routes parcel c.o.d. Sorts parcels and places them in bins or sacks according to destination. Releases parcels to consignee upon presentation of written notice or other identification. Answers inquiries regarding shipping policies. May be designated according to type of transportation used as Motor-Express Clerk; Rail-Express Clerk.