|8. MAIL OPERATIONS DIVISION
The Mail Operations Division is saddled with the responsibility of collecting, processing and delivery of local and international mail. Other functions performed by the Division include the following;
Implementing approved policies and conventions on the handling of mails. Initiating policies for the collection, processing and transportation of International mail.
Implementation of control systems for mail operations nationwide. Co-ordination of bilateral and multi-lateral relations with Postal Administrations of other countries, Universal Postal Union (UPU), Pan African Postal Union (PAPU), and other agencies established for the management of mail worldwide.
Development and management of new mail services nationwide.
Deployment of mail operations staff nationwide.
Designing of postage stamps.
Supervision of mail delivery.
Production of postal literature.
STRUCTURE The Division is made up of two departments, namely - Domestic Operations and International Operations Departments. The International Operations Department is responsible for all International Mail. It is further sub-divided into three units. The units are as follows:-
1. International Mail Processing Centre (IMPC) Sea and Air and International mail Enquiries.
2. International Mail Service
3. International relations
The Domestic Operations Department has three units as follows:-
1. Collection and Distribution
2. Delivery and Postal Establishment
3. Postcode and Processing
9. HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DIVISION FUNCTIONS FUNCTIONS:
To ensure effective co-ordination of recruitment activities.
To analyse, organise and maintain accurate staff records.
To process all necessary documents for the gazetting of staff.
To coordinate and organise all the administrative details for promotion of staff.
To ensure the implementation of disciplinary procedures.
To ensure the execution of welfare policies.
To undertake manpower development and training of staff.
To prepare terminal activities and welfare of retirees.
To handle all cases of industrial disputes, labour education and liaising with the in-house unions on matters affecting NIPOST staff.
STRUCTURE: The Human Resources Management Division has three main executive departments. The departments are as follow:
1. Personnel Management Department.
2. Office Management Department.
3. Training and Manpower Development Department.
10. ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES DIVISION FUNCTIONS
The activities carried out under the MIS unit are as follows;
To ensure undisrupted postal operations through the provision of functional motor vehicles for transmission and delivery of mail.
To acquire, lease and secure land and buildings for the accommodation of all the operational matters concerning the organisation.
To sustain the functionality of the buildings and equipment through adequate maintenance, prompt rehabilitation of dilapidated structure and replacement of obsolete equipment.
To provide a good working and enabling environment that facilitates and ensures maximum productivity of staff.
To design and build functional structures through direct labour where feasible for cost effectiveness.
To provide real estate management for NIPOST owned and leased properties.
To ensure judicious use and application of fund in respect of contract administration.
STRUCTURE: The Engineering and Technical Services Division is made up of two departments and four units. The Departments are:
1. Physical Development and Maintenance (PDM)
2. Postal Engineering/Workshop
The four units are:
1. Planning Design and Development
2. Building Maintenance
3. Postal Mechanical Equipment
4. Postal Electrical Equipment