Accounting & finance
- Accountant: Supports the analysis, preparation and financial reporting process in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Financial Analyst: Conducts comprehensive financial reviews and studies to analyze, evaluate and report on financial results, trends and implications
- Purchasing Specialist: Solicits, negotiates, administers and settles contracts and purchases for services, supplies and equipment including informal purchases.
- Purchasing & Supply Management Specialist: Analyzes and monitors the Postal Service's usage of products and services in order to engage contracted services and equipment in alignment with established supplier management criteria.
- Creative Producer/Director: Independently produces, directs and creates presentation, instructional, promotional and other video and visual media products to communicate the goals and objectives of the Postal Service as it relates to employees and customers.
- Graphic Designer: Creates and edits graphic designs for flyers, programs, publications, forms, posters and visual presentation materials for Postal Service events, products and internal organizations. Ensures designs communicate a corporate image consistent with Postal Service goals and policies.
- City Carrier / City Carrier Assistant: Delivers and collects mail on foot or by vehicle under varying road and weather conditions in an assigned area.
- Rural Carrier / Rural Carrier Associate: Cases, delivers and collects mail along a rural route using a vehicle. Provides customers on the route with a variety of services.
- Tractor Trailer Operator: Operates a heavy-duty tractor-trailer either in over-the-road, city shuttle service, or trailer spotting operations.
- Motor Vehicle Operator: Operates a mail truck on a regularly scheduled route to pick up and transport mail in bulk.
- Industrial Engineer: Oversees and applies nationwide industrial engineering, standardization and improvement standards of mail processing operations. Works to improve service and cost performance.
- HR Analytics Specialist: Leverages data analytics tools and advanced business information (BI) tools to implement actionable enhancements to HR processes and initiatives.
- Industrial Psychologist: Leads job analysis studies and restructure projects to develop and refresh job descriptions, competency models and related materials.
- Succession Planning Specialist: Develops, implements and maintains corporate succession planning programs, policies and processes to ensure a diverse, qualified talent pool meet future leadership needs of the organization.
- Talent Management Specialist: Facilitates the development, implementation and maintenance of talent management and leadership development programs, policies and processes to meet the current and future workforce needs of the organization.
Information Technology (IT)
- Cloud Architect: Manages work for specific Information Technology (IT) that forms the foundation of the enterprise-wide Cloud Architecture. Develops cloud-based architectures to meet requirement of new and existing applications and services.
- Data Analyst: Contributes to headquarters intelligence development, investigative analyses, and audit activities.
- Forensic Computer Analyst: Conducts forensic analyses of digital and other multimedia evidence in support of criminal and administrative investigations.
- Threat Operations Specialist: Oversees defensive measures and information collected from a variety of sources to prevent and respond to cyber security threats and events that occur within the network.
- Forensic Analyst: Conducts forensic analyses on evidence utilizing scientific methodologies, forensic techniques and quality assurance practices. Assists inspectors, law enforcement representatives and prosecutors in matters related to forensic examinations.
- Forensic Document Examiner: Conducts forensic document examinations through the application of scientific practices for the recognition, collection, analysis, and interpretation of physical evidence for criminal and civil law or regulatory purposes.
- Forensic Latent Print Analyst: Conducts forensic analyses to develop and identify latent prints (fingerprints) utilizing scientific methodologies in support of criminal and administrative investigations.
- Attorney: Provides representation and advice to Postal Service officials involving the interpretation of statues, regulations, contracts, and precedents. Presents cases before administrative bodies and federal courts in the general law practice areas.
- Automotive Mechanic: Troubleshoots, diagnoses, and performs routine repairs and scheduled maintenance on all types of motor vehicles used in the postal fleet.
- Automotive Technician: Performs routine and complex repairs and maintenance on all types of motor vehicles used in the postal fleet. Troubleshoots and diagnoses more complex vehicle malfunctions using a variety of computerized test equipment.
- Lead Automotive Tech: Serve as a leader for lower-level technicians and mechanics in a vehicle maintenance facility. Personally perform the most complex repairs and maintenance on all types of motor vehicles used in the postal fleet.
- PSE Sales & Svcs/Distribution Associate: Performs distribution and a variety of sales and customer support services for products. Maintains pleasant and effective public relations with customers and others requiring a general familiarity with commonly used postal laws, regulations, and procedures.
Sorting and handling
- Mail Handler Assistant: Loads, unloads and moves bulk mail and performs other duties related to mail processing.
- PSE Mail Processing Clerk: Performs a variety of clerk duties required to process mail using automated mail processing equipment or manual methods of sortation and distribution.
- Custodian: Performs manual labor duties in connection with custody of an office or building.