USPS accepting applications for career and non-career jobs across California

The U.S. Postal Service is Hiring in California, Other States9/25/2017 The U.S. Postal Service is now accepting applications for a variety of  Post Office positions needed in California.  The Postal Service plans to fill these part-time, career and non-career positions soon.

Salary range for these positions is from $12.00 to $26.98 per hour, with variable work hours and work days, including holidays and weekends.  Start time is flexible and successful applicants must be available when called to report to work.  Work hours will vary.

Some positions are non-career, with limited benefits, but can lead to a rewarding career appointment with the full benefits of a federal employee.  Note: Limited benefits for some temporary job Post Office positions include paid vacation days, contractual pay raises, and access to the USPS non-career Employee Health Benefits Plan.

California Post Office jobs are currently posted online at www.usps.com/employment under the “search jobs and apply online section.”  Anyone wishing to apply for a specific job must do so within the job announcement period. The Postal Service encourages applicants to check the Postal Service’s employment web page often to keep up with any changes in various position openings.  Postal Service jobs across the state are posted weekly.

For more information about the positions or to apply online, go to
www.usps.com/employment

For all inquiries related to local hiring, please contact the Postmaster at the Post Office where you want to apply.

Here is a sampling of positions available:

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note: CAREER POSITION

 

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note: CAREER POSITION

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2 thoughts on “USPS accepting applications for career and non-career jobs across California

  1. Wait…Isn’t Megan Brennan saying they are “overstaffed” to justify all the bid abolishments nationwide and excessing to come in January?

  2. Our district just performed a Function 4. Our office is slated to lose 1-3 through excessing. A larger office in our area is scheduled to lose 8-13.

    The PO is Hiring?

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