ACADEMY INSTRUCTORS POSITIONS
Attached you will find information that has been posted on the NRLCA website.
As many of you are aware we are jointly working with the USPS on an Onboarding
program initiative to increase retention in the rural carrier craft.
As part of this initiative, the NRLCA and USPS have agreed to a joint selection
process for all academy instructor positions. Anyone including current academy
instructors interested in an academy instructor position must apply in e-career
from June 20 to June 27
This message was originally sent from NRLCA Vice President Ronnie Stutts.
Academy Instructor Application Process for New Field Onboarding Program Initiative
In support of Postal Service initiatives to increase employee retention and mitigate attrition, the Postal Service and NRLCA are working together on a Field Onboarding Program. This program includes Welcome to the United States Postal Service (orientation), revised on-the-job instruction, and rural academy material. The updated Field Onboarding Program will be given to all new employees effective October 1, 2016.
As part of this initiative, the NRLCA and USPS have agreed to a joint selection process for all academy instructor positions. There will be one academy instructor selected from each district that will be trained on the new material and be certified as a Train-the-trainer (TTT) instructor. These instructors will train other selected instructor applicants within their respective district.
Anyone, including current academy instructors that wish to be considered for an Ad-Hoc instructor position MUST apply via e-career between the dates of June 20 through June 27, 2016. Just to clarify, if you are a current academy instructor and want to continue as an academy instructor, you must apply via e-career on the dates above. There will be a new selection process and everyone selected will go through a new facilitator training process.
Further information will follow on dates, times, and places for the training sessions.
If you have any questions call: Vice President Ronnie Stutts at 703-684-5545.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform released a draft discussion postal reform bill on June 15th. The Committee plans on holding a two-week comment period before officially introducing the legislation. The NRLCA is currently reviewing the legislation and will soon have more information regarding the bill.
Kentucky Rural Letter Carriers’ Association Election Notice
A secret ballot election for the Delegates of the Kentucky RLCA to the 2016 NRLCA National Convention to be held in Nashville, TN on August16-19, 2016 is being conducted by mail. Any eligible member who has not received a ballot by June10, 2016 or any member who spoils a ballot may request a new ballot by contacting the Election Committee Chairman, Malachi Royer at (270) 535-1551. If you request and return another ballot, only the replacement ballot will be counted.
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