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Dulce Bianchi
21 days ago
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For the benefits only but, management was horrible and working conditions were worse. Pension is not that great

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Dean Mosher
26 days ago
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I liked getting my customers their packages and important mail. I also liked driving around half the day. Many days I would see something new while I was delivering the mail. The pay was very good and the benefits were better than most other places.

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
3 months ago
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The US Postal Service hiring in Northern Illinois!

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.

"No experience is required and training is provided." - https://www.lakecountyjournal.com

Positions Include:

  • City Carrier Assistant
  • Rural Carrier Associate
  • Assistant Rural Carrier
  • Mail Handler Assistant
  • Casual Mail Handlers
  • Postal Support Employees

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.

Hourly wages range from $16.55 to $18.56.

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.

Jobs are posted frequently, so check every day

#USPS #hiringnews #jobsearch #mailcarriers #Illinois

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
about 2 months ago
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USPS is Hiring 1700 in the Los Angeles Area!

The USPS is looking to fill about 1700 positions throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

“This is a fast-paced environment…You don’t need experience. We will train you on all of the positions we have available.” - Analia Garcia, USPS Recruiter

Job Openings Include:

  • Mail Carriers
  • Clerks
  • Package Handler

“The sooner you apply, the sooner we bring you on board" - Analia Garcia, USPS Recruiter

Interested candidates can visit www.usps.com/careers and create a profile in order to apply.

#USPS #losangeles #unemploymentCalifornia #jobsearchLosAngeles #hiringnewsLosAngeles #coronavirusLosAngeles

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
2 months ago

Living in LA? USPS is hiring!

The #USPS is hiring in the #LosAngeles area.

Requirements:

  • All applicants must be at least 18 years old and pass a drug screen and criminal background check
  • Citizenship or permanent residency
  • Some positions require a test and a valid driver's license

The following list are the jobs are immediately available:

  • Postal Support Clerk (PSE) Mail Processing Clerk
  • Vacation Administrative Assistant
  • Vacation Transportation Assistant
  • Postmaster assistant
  • Automotive technician
  • Maintenance mechanic
  • City transport assistant
  • Rural Carrier Associate
  • PSE tractor trailer operator
  • Custody of the worker
  • Occupational health nurse
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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
4 months ago
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US Postal Service is Hiring!

The United States Postal Service is looking to fill several positions in local offices across Tennessee.

Davidson, Shelby and Knox County offices are accepting applications for positions including Mail Handler Assistant, Postal Support Clerk, Rural Carrier Associate and City Carrier Assistant.

Pay ranges from around $16 to $18 p/hr with some benefits and earned vacation time.

For more information on how to apply, click here.

#hiringnews #jobsearch #USPS #Tennessee

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Press2020
3 months ago
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Salary, benefits and opportunities to advance within the organization.

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Sherina Canedo
about 4 years ago
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Help

Ok so I applied for the US Postal Service a few months back and I finally got an assessment test scheduled for today unfortunately I completely forgot it was for today and does anyone know how I can call about rescheduling or what I can do

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James Daughetee
4 months ago
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To land a job at #USPS I would make sure to...

Show that I would be available to work any schedule at any time

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Alice Juarez
9 months ago
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Be prepared to work 10 to 12 hours daily maybe even 6 days. When mandated. And to be a team player...always helps.

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