Sept. 27, 2023

Are there 180 People in the Metro Area Looking to Work at USPS?

Final two job fairs in September to fill position for the holidays and beyond.

DENVER, CO — The weather is getting cooler, and the Postal Service is busily preparing for what is anticipated to be a busy holiday season. The greater Denver metro area Post Offices and processing facilities are looking for 180 more employees to work at processing facilities and Post Offices for the holiday season and beyond.

The hourly wages range from $18.22 to $22.13 with varying shifts and days off. The open positions include Postal Support Employee, Carrier Positions, and Casual Mail Handler.


Thursday September 28th, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.


Golden Post Office located at 1100 Johnson Rd, Golden, CO 80401


Friday September 29th, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


Aurora Main Post Office located at 16890 E. Alameda Pkwy, Aurora CO 80017

To assist potential applicants, USPS personnel will be on-site to provide detailed information about available positions, answer questions, and walk future employee through the application process step by step on-site. Starting pay range is $18.22 - $22.13 per hour depending on the position, paid bi-weekly. Benefits include regular pay increases, paid vacation leave, health insurance, and growth opportunities.

The United States Postal Service, consistently named one of the most trusted brands in America, is hiring motivated and dynamic individuals to help us Deliver for America. We are committed to our workforce - beginning with providing great job opportunities for new employees, then continuing to provide advancement and career development. 

The Postal Service offers competitive wages for pre-career entry level positions such as letter carriers, rural route carriers, mail handlers, mail processing clerks and retail clerks. In these entry-level jobs, new employees earn valuable experience that may qualify them for a full-time position, eventually leading to a long, prosperous, and fulfilling career. 

Career employees can earn premium long-term benefits that complement good pay. Some of the benefits include: 

  • Multiple health and life insurance choices 
  • Pension benefits and a Thrift Savings Plan program, similar to a 401(k) 
  • Vacation time and sick leave 

USPS is an organization that promotes largely from within, offering career development to help prepare employees achieve their professional goals. Training programs include entry-level functional job-related training, technical hands-on learning, new supervisor training, and management-to-executive level development. 

Postal Service positions open now include entry level, temporary, part time, and career opportunities that vary by geographical location. Take the first step into your future and learn about job openings in your area by clicking here:

The United States Postal Service is an equal opportunity employer offering a fast-paced, rewarding work environment with competitive compensation packages, on-the-job training, and opportunities for advancement.



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