Rosemarie Fernandez named USPS Employee Resource Management VP

PMG Pat Donahoe has announced the selection of Rosemarie Fernandez as Employee Resource Management VP, effective immediately. Fernandez has held the position on an acting basis since June 3, 2013.

Fernandez is responsible for directing talent acquisition and retention programs and personnel services, along with selection, safety, health and medical programs. Additionally, she is responsible for managing Human Resources Shared Services, organizational design and workforce effectiveness and the ergonomics and risk-reduction program.

“I know her skills and leadership will benefit the organization as we continue to build a strong, competitive workforce and position the Postal Service well for the future,” said Donahoe.

A 35-year postal employee, Fernandez began her career as a clerk in Van Nuys, CA, and served from 2000-2004 as San Francisco Postmaster. Prior to being named as acting Employee Resource Management VP, she served as San Francisco District Manager.

In Sept. 2011, Fernandez was named National District Manager of the Year by the Postal Customer Council. She also received a Vice Presidents Award from USPS and was named as one of the “Most Influential Women in the Bay Area” by the San Francisco Business Times.

  • Dylan

    Here we go again, Are we really downsizing? 35 years, Don’t you think it is time to retire

  • Roger that

    Infamous in San Francisco and Sacramento for being a tyrant, typical product of the postal management culture. Or you could credit the University of Phoenix, where she got her (online?) degree. Another stellar choice, Pat!

  • MH

    University of Phoenix? Why waste all that USPS money on a worthless online degree when you could just spend $25 and order a college diploma through the U.S. mail?

    • dopedPostal

      I need da addrest to send my dough and make my donuts in da sky
      Any boddy wanna help me out man.
      I wanna gift my Cher !,!

  • 30 Year Vet

    Another managerial promotion. Boy these managers don’t know when to quit. We lost 2 full time carriers 4 months ago and they still haven’t replaced them. But these management positions don’t stay vacant for long do they.

  • 30 Year Vet

    In our office we have as many managers as we do clerks

  • Postal Observer

    She and her husband Kim, who was District Manager of Bay Valley (Oakland) have gotten rich from the Postal Service’s mafia style family dynasties in management.

  • Rosemarie Fernandez VP RM

    I will have you know that I am a graduate of the esteemed University of Phonyix Business School!

  • pjxii

    28,432 VPs and growing…

  • piastsucks

    wonderful another vp useless management level,
    get rich and fire as many people as you can on the way