USPS has immediate hire temporary, part-time and full-time job opportunities throughout most US locations.
Applicants must have a valid state driver’s license, a safe driving record, and at least 2 years of documented driving experience.
With the exception of an Assistant Rural Carrier position, applicants must complete an exam as part of the job application.
Vacancy announcements are found in 2 ways within the online application system: If you have created a Candidate Profile, log into the system; select "Job Opportunities" and then select "Job Search". Enter search criteria to find a job that fits your interests. If you have not created a Candidate Profile, simply click on "Search for Jobs Online."
If you have found a career opportunity that interests you at USPS, we encourage you to apply. Applications are accepted via the online application system. Once your application is received, it will be carefully reviewed by the appropriate parties.
It is important to review all training information on this site before creating your candidate profile and applying for jobs.
Due to the different steps in the application and selection process for various jobs, it is difficult to give you an exact period of time. You may be contacted immediately about scheduling an assessment, or there may be questions about your application after you submit it.
Applicants are advised to monitor their email closely for communications from USPS regarding the application process.
No. Please include the information from your résumé in the corresponding sections provided in the Candidate Profile. Some of the information in the application or Candidate Profile is required. You cannot submit your application without completing required fields.
In addition, we cannot guarantee that reviewers will view attached documents that are not specifically requested in the posting. Therefore, additional pages should not be attached unless specifically requested.
In fairness to applicants and in consideration of the Postal Service's obligations to the public and the workforce, the Postal Service individually evaluates the employability of each candidate with a criminal conviction or pending criminal charge.
The Postal Service recognizes that many persons with criminal records have demonstrated successful rehabilitation and are capable of performing the duties of postal jobs. These applicants are entitled to compete for jobs on individual merits. It is Postal Service policy to evaluate the employability of each applicant with a criminal conviction record individually. Click -> here <- to review more common application questions and answers.
Go to https://about.usps.com/careers and use the job search tools to explore all the hiring opportunities in your area. Submit your completed online application and assessment as soon as possible for immediate employment consideration.
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