Tampa, FL — The Postal Service, Suncoast District is seeking applicants for positions that may lead to permanent positions, as well as holiday season positions. Applications are being accepted online through November 11 for the following positions. All positions are located in Florida.
Interested applicants are encouraged to continuously check usps.com/employment, as new positions may be added after November 11.
Salary ranges for the temporary and holiday season positons are from $17.78 to $16.78 per hour, with variable work hours and work days, including holidays and weekends. Carrier positions require a valid state driver’s license, a safe driving record, and at least two years of documented driving experience. A written exam is required and background checks are conducted.
Applications are accepted online at www.usps.com/employment through November 11, 2018, for the following positions.
RURAL CARRIER ASSOCIATE POSITIONS: Salary $17.78 per hour
Locations: Altoona, Avon Park, Bokeelia, Bradenton, Bushnell, Groveland, Land O Lakes, Longwood, Malabar, St. James City, Wauchula
ASSISTANT RURAL CARRIER POSITIONS: Salary $17.78 per hour
Locations: Avon Park, Brandon, Bushnell, Lakeland
CITY CARRIER ASSISTANT POSITIONS: Salary $16.78 per hour
POSTAL SALES & SERVICE ASSOCIATE POSITIONS (PSE): Salary $17.19 per hour
Locations: Deltona, Eustis, Haines City, Lady Lake, Sarasota, Venice
PSE MAIL PROCESSING CLERK (PSE): Salary $17.19 per hour
Location: Manasota, Lake Mary
The U.S. Postal Service, Suncoast District, is also accepting online applications for Holiday Season employment (November 10, 2018 through January 4, 2019. Applications are accepted online through November 11 for the positions below. Applicants must apply online at www.uspscom/employment.
CASUAL MAIL HANDLER (CEP): Salary $17.00 per hour
Locations: Manasota, Tampa
HOLIDAY CLERK ASSISTANTS (HCA): Salary $17.19 per hour
The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.
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