October 16, 2020
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The U.S. Postal Service hosted a drive-thru job fair last month that was so successful, we’re holding another one at the Indianapolis Main Post Office, 125 W. South St., (46206), Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
This is an outdoor, drive-thru event. Employees working the job fair will wear masks and will social distance. Masks and social distancing are required for all attendees.
DATE: Saturday, October 17, 2020
TIME: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
LOCATION: Main Post Office
125 W. South Street
Indianapolis, IN 46206
(customer parking lot)
Currently, the Postal Service is seeking to hire career automotive technicians at a starting salary of $46,394 per year.
The Postal Service also has several non-career positions available including city carrier assistants ($17.29 per hour), rural carrier associates ($18.56 per hour), and assistant rural carriers ($18.56 per hour — Saturdays, Sundays and observed holidays only, Postal Support Employee (PSE) mail processing clerks ($18.15 per hour) and mail handler assistants ($16.55 per hour).
Additionally, USPS has several holiday season position openings: Holiday transportation assistant (HTA-TTO: $19.64 per hour), Holiday clerk assistant (HCA: $18.15 per hour), Holiday city carrier assistant (HCCA: $17.29 per hour).
The Postal Service also has several temporary COVID-19 vacancies including mail processing assistant (MPA: $18.15 per hour), clerk assistant (CA: $18.15 per hour) and temporary carrier assistant (TCA: $17.29 per hour).
Driving jobs require a valid Indiana driver’s license, two years’ driving experience, and a good driving record.
The city carrier assistant, rural carrier associate, PSE mail processing clerk and mail handler assistants are non-career positions that offer limited health benefits but may lead to regular full-time employment with the Postal Service. Assistant rural carrier positions (peak season and COVID-19) do not follow a career path.
Attendees must be more than 17 years of age.
Applicants for all USPS positions must be a United States citizen, a lawful permanent resident alien, a citizen of American Samoa or any other territory owing allegiance to the United States.
The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.