Looking for work? The U.S. Postal Service is hiring

Postal Service taking applications for variety of positions in locations throughout Ohio.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Feb 20, 2014

The Postal Service is currently accepting applications for a variety of positions in locations throughout Ohio.

Open positions include City Carrier Assistant (CCA); Rural Carrier Assistant (RCA); Postmaster Relief (PMR); Postal Support Employee (PSE): Sales, Services and Distribution; and PSE: Automotive Technician.

Interested applicants must create an external profile at http://usps.com/careers, carefully review instructions on the job posting, and fill out the online application. A general overview of USPS employment requirements is available at http://about.usps.com/careers/employment-requirements.htm. An explanation of specific job requirements and starting pay can be found on the individual job postings.

A valid email address must be provided when creating an external profile. Applicants should check their email frequently for further instructions.

Job openings will be updated weekly until positions are filled. Those interested in employment with the Postal Service should log on to http://usps.com/careers weekly to check for new postings.

Comments

believe it

Come on Reflector, we all know people don't want these jobs when they can live off the government and stay at home.

Windy

If you can read an address, you are over qualified.

methodman

I guess you should apply then

Windy

Sorry, I am way over qualified. But, after reading the quality of all of your posts on this site, you have already demonstrated that you would be the perfect applicant for one of these positions.

methodman

Over qualified? Certainly u are. You're probably above a lot of things. Keep that nose turned up high so you are easily identified among us peasants.

jamie9700

Do I have to separate you two?

hambone

Knocking the intelligents of postal workers? Wow, does the institution know you are using the computer? Being that you are so over qualified, I can see why you spend your time reading and writing in these posts.