The U.S. Postal Service has a system of hiring entry level positions called City Carrier Associates, which is a non-guarantee of 8-hour workday, but after a short period usually about 6 to 12 months, advance to a guarantee and permanent employee status in which you receive full benefits and guaranteed working hours.

So when you search for job listing, make sure you look for an entry level position called City Carrier Associates and you start from there.

There is also an entry level position for rural mail carriers called Rural Carrier Associates and you start from there if you live in the rural areas and want to work in the rural areas.

For an entry level position as window clerks is called Sales, Services Associates for those of you who want to work as window clerks.

For an entry level position as mail processing clerk job is called PSE Mail Processing Clerk Associates for those of you who want to work in plant facilities processing incoming/outgoing mail.

PSE Mail Processing Clerks (Associates) process incoming and outgoing mail in both plant and Post Office facilities using automated mail processing equipment or manual methods of sortation and distribution. [PSE stands for Postal Support Employee]

To apply for the jobs at the United States Postal Service, please click here!

The Oil Boom: Strike it Rich!!

The Williston/Bakken Oil Field area in Northwest North Dakota and Northeast Montana is experiencing tremendous growth due to oil activity in the area. In fact, the Census Bureau has recently noted that Williston may be the fastest growing metro area in the United States as a result of the oil boom.

The Dakota District of the U.S. Postal Service is experiencing shortage of workforce there and currently is desperately looking for prospective employees to fill its staffing needs there. This critical shortage may present you an opportunity to gain employment with the U.S. Postal Service quicker and easier than otherwise possible. This critical shortage of staffing need will continue in the years to come due to the tremendous growth causes by the oil boom activity. The U.S. Postal Service is paying for your lodging, expenses, and moving expenses. So if you're interested, please contact (Manager Operations Programs Support) Jan Cassaw at 605-333-2610.

Strike it Rich!!! And good luck!!!


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