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Pearl Barman
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Manager at United States Postal Service

Go to USPS.com set up your account and search for all jobs listed in your area. Once that is done make sure you check your email daily and your spam folder so you don't miss an email and the opportunity for the job. Then you have to be patient while they do the background check.

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Chrissy Norris
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Patience. It's a long process. You have to keep checking your email because everything is time dated. You have to do urinalysis, fill out paperwork for a long background check, and if given a conditional job offer fingerprinting and at that point it will usually be done at your orientation. You can't have any gaps in employment. I also have been told by people they were called as references. Goodluck. It's a good job with total job security.

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Ricky Daughtry
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over 6 months ago

I really hated working for USPS because management are only concerned about what things look like... You know this really is not worth my time. Working for the Post Office sucks and that is all I have to say about that.

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Holly Davis
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over 6 months ago

What is USPS paying to start? #usps

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Shawna O.
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Depending on where you will work, just take in everything. You may be doing more then what you were assigned to do.

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Yvonne Cobb
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Please be available to work long hours, stay hydrated and mind your business and keep your PERSONAL business to yourself! It's a wonderful place to work. Don't open up doors that you can't close.👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾. If you are afforded healthcare KAISER is your best solution! Congratulations....

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over 6 months ago

Are you still looking for a job? The United States Postal Service needs workers to help with the increased holiday demand. Full, part-time, seasonal and permanent jobs are NOW available.

Don’t go into the new year unemployed - Apply NOW!

Urgent Hiring Areas Include:

Delivery

  • City Carrier / City Carrier Assistant - Delivers and collects mail on foot or by vehicle under varying road and weather conditions in an assigned area.
  • Rural Carrier / Rural Carrier Associate - Cases, delivers and collects mail along a rural route using a vehicle. Provides customers on the route with a variety of services.

Sorting and handling

  • Mail Handler Assistant - Loads, unloads and moves bulk mail and performs other duties related to mail processing.
  • PSE Mail Processing Clerk - Performs a variety of clerk duties required to process mail using automated mail processing equipment or manual methods of sortation and distribution.

Discover MORE USPS Career and Hiring Opportunities at United States Postal Service Careers

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Robin Tea
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over 6 months ago

I retired from the USPS in 2019, after 38 years working there. USPS hires anyone from high school, anyone who wants to work there. It is true that the USPS freeze hiring but will hire for seasonal period. There have been those who stayed in the USPS after the seasonal period, when they have openings. USPS do require prospects to take the test but there is waiting period of two years before one can be hired..

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April Rothgeb
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over 6 months ago

I love the people you meet

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Shannon Nuccio
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over 6 months ago

Dress up above and beyond at the interview

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Alesie Bray
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over 6 months ago

I’ve been there for 26 years and mad a cares out of it

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