Cliff Rucker named Vice President, Sales

PMG Pat Donahoe has named Cliff Rucker vice president, Sales. Rucker had been acting vice president since May 31.

A 29-year veteran of the Postal Service, Rucker began his career as a part-time letter carrier in Anaheim, CA. He is a former manager, Operations Support for the Southwest Area. While in that position, Rucker was part of the leadership team responsible for the Southwest Area’s top ranking in national performance assessment for three years in a row. He is also a former district manager of the Houston and Oklahoma districts and was a PCES Postmaster.

Rucker was the recipient of the Chief Operating Officer Award in 2010 and has won three Vice Presidents Awards during his career. He has completed executive training programs at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and at Columbia University.

As vice president, Sales, Rucker is responsible for the direction and management of the Sales organization, including market competitiveness, distribution and business development. He also is primarily responsible for meeting the Postal Service’s customer acquisition and revenue goals.

via USPS News Link – August 18, 2011.

  • Diane Babb

    Maybe Mr. Rucker can look into the forced falsification mandated by Area and Headquarters Sales Managers. These inflated number do nothing to help the financial stability of the USPS. These managers have created a very hostile work environment in an effort to pad their own pockets.

  • Micster

    It is disheartening to read that the Postal leadership continues to promote from within at a higher wage scale as they attempt to reduce the same from the heart, blood and soul of the Postal Service….its laborers.

  • earl

    YOU CAN NEVER HAVE ENOUGH VICE-PRESIDENTS. THE PMG SHOULD REALLY HAVE NO MORE THAN 5 MAX.

  • Mr Zip

    Hey Diane, can you say OIG?

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  • Kbob

    Lets hope that Cliff has completed a 12 step program and actually learned something about ethics.