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The Postal Service is hiring hundreds of employees to work at processing facilities and post offices throughout the Lakeland District, which covers most of the state of Wisconsin and parts of northern Illinois.
Some positions are long-term and could lead to permanent placement with the Postal Service.
Others are temporary holiday season positions for those looking to make extra income. There is a variety of hours offered, as well as locations.
To apply, go to www.usps.com/careers. On the website, click on Career Opportunities, select Search Jobs and enter the city in the search bar and then click Start. Click on the link for the appropriate job.
Orlando, FL - If you're looking for a job, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is hiring for the upcoming holidays.
Holiday openings include mail processing clerks, who'll get paid $18.15 an hour, and mail handler assistants, who'll get paid $16.55 an hour.
Positions are at several mail-processing and distribution centers, including at the Orlando location on Post Office Blvd.
Applicants can apply HERE
The U.S. Postal Service announced it has started hiring for the upcoming holiday season at multiple postal facilities including in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada.
Retail, delivery, and transportation positions will pay from $17 p/hr and up plus night shift differential and overtime.
Candidates should be prepared to work up to 50 hours per week and six or seven workdays per week,Applicants must pass drug test and a background check and need to be willing to work on their feet.
Additional job details and job listings can be found on the USPS career website
Be prepared to work 10 to 12 hours daily maybe even 6 days. When mandated. And to be a team player...always helps.