Jobs are posted each day at the USPS site. As you will see, jobs are available all over the country. Typically, at any given time, there are about 1,000 job openings available throughout the United States.
Jobs come and go frequently all over the country. Be sure to apply for any job so that you can go ahead and take and pass the exam. Once you do, you will find out about jobs that may not be posted to the public. Plus, more jobs will be posted by the time you do.
No. Jobs become available as needs dictate by the USPS. Typically, jobs become available near just about anyone within a few weeks because postal workers are needed all over to deliver packages to all homes in America.sustainable VHS.
Although the U.S. Postal Service reserves the right to request a physical examination, generally one is not required. You may be asked to demonstrate your ability to lift items with the same weight as packages or satchels necessary for your particular position.
The weight of packages, bundles and mail carts will vary according to position. The average weight of shoulder satchels is 35 lbs. The average weight of containers used to load and unload mail is 70 lbs. A Mail Handler may be required to push rolling containers weighing up to 1,500 lbs.
Overtime is not intended to be part of your regular schedule however may be required depending on the volume of mail processed at your location as well as procedural changes implemented by the Postmaster.
A similar program is extended to career employees. The U.S. Postal Service offers a Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) which is a retirement savings and investment plan for Federal employees. The TSP´s purpose is to provide retirement income and the same type of savings and tax benefits that many private corporations offer under a 401K Plan.
Yes. The Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Programs extended to career employees after one year of service. Tax-free FSA contributions can be used to cover most out-of-pocket health care and dependent care (day care) expenses.
It’s a one hour exam, with four separately timed sections; Address Comparison and Checking, Forms Completion, Coding, and Memory. The questions themselves are not all that difficult. The issue is you only have a limited amount of time. Therefore, it’s vital to prepare in advance.
After you have successfully completed your eCareer Profile, applied for your first position, and passed the Personality Characteristics Assessment online, you will be contacted by email to schedule an exam at an independent testing facility in your area. You will be able to choose a time and location that is convenient to you
No. The exam is a supervised exam and you will take it at an independent testing facility determined by the USPS in your area. You are able to take the online assessment called the “Personality and Experiences Inventory” at home on your computer.
Yes. But they are very minimal. It is merely a brief overview of the process and can be obtained online at the USPS site. Here is the link…. It does not include practice exams, tips and techniques for each step of the hiring process and is not intended to give anyone an advantage in the process. The resources made available at this site are designed to give the candidate a tremendous advantage in the hiring process.
The Postmaster, the head of a particular Post Office, is the person most likely to interview the applicant. Because the Postmaster must plan interviews according to availabilities in his/her particular work schedule, the applicant interview times will vary by location.
Yes. Once you have applied for a job and scored well on the exam, you are entered into a pool of applicants in the Postal Service’s registry and will be considered for not only the job you have applied for, but for as any additional jobs you choose to apply for thereafter.
As of December 2010, no U.S. Postal Service specific tests are required for your personal vehicle. The applicant must maintain a current inspection and/or pass emissions tests according to individual state and county regulations. The applicant will need to provide documentation that all local requirements have been met and are current.
Yes. Generally interviews are conducted by the Postmaster in his office which is located inside the Post Office. There may be instances when the Postmaster will call in a manager or supervisor into the interview to get their feedback on you as a potential employee. These times are rare.
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