The United States Postal Service (USPS) is one of the largest employers of Military personnel and Veterans. USPS is a great way to further enhance your career and have those years of Military service count towards USPS service/retirement. When applying for a position be sure to include a copy of your DD214 (member 4 copy) or other official documentation from the Armed Forces or Department of Veterans Affairs showing dates of service and type of discharge. In order to be considered for a position with the USPS you must apply online at www.usps.com/careers
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From distributing tax forms to taking passport photos and delivering ballots overseas, the US mail moves government services. USPS is the only delivery service that reaches every mailbox in the nation, including PO Box™ addresses and APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
We’re transforming our business by anticipating and embracing future changes in technology and mailing preferences. Through research studies and strategies, we’re actively and continually looking at ways to meet the new challenges of today’s mail and shipping needs.
Yes, please apply to any position you are interested in, including if you see the position posted again.
Not required, only attach items such as your DD-214
The hiring process is automated, so you will need to check you email including the junk file daily for further instructions to proceed with the hiring process.
Work hours will vary depending on the entry level job you have chosen to apply for.
Here is a list of our benefits, however, you must go to www.usps.com/careers and click on Compensation & Benefits for an explanation of each benefit.
Compensation; Health Insurance; Dental and Vision Insurance; Flexible Spending Accounts; Long-Term Care Insurance; Retirement; Thrift Savings Plan; Social Security & Medicare; Life Insurance; Commuter Program; Annual Leave & Sick Leave; Holidays; Career Development & Training
Yes you can, go to www.usps.com/careers and click on Career Development for an indepth explanation. USPS has career development programs for: National Center for Employee Development; New Supervisor Program; Managerial Leadership Program; Advanced Leadership Program; Executive Leadership Program; as well as other available training through our Learning Management System.