- Apply for a job at the United States Postal Service online
- Applicants must be a US citizen and have a valid email address to create a eCareer Profile
- The site is operated by the United States Postal Service – 1 (800) 275-8777 – 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW Washington, D.C. 20260-0004
Please note current USPS employees can use the site to locate reassignment opportunities throughout the country. The job search service requires Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 or Firefox and Adobe Reader 7.0 or higher to function at optimal performance.
Why on earth would one want to work for the United States Postal Service and be chased by dogs all day?
- Receive 10 PAID public holidays each year (even the cheap ones like Martin Luther King Day and Presidents Day)
- Extremely high pay for such a simple job (one reason why the postal service is going bankrupt)
- Anyone dummy can get a job at USPS (no college degree required)
- Upon hiring they employee will be enrolled in the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program
- Excellent retirement options to include the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) and USPS employees are part of the federal retirement program
- Life Insurance through FEGLI and a more than generous leave program that award new employees with 10 days of annual leave per year
Please note the applicant must be at least 18 years of age or older to apply (or 16 years of age with a high school GED) AND applicants born after 12/ 31/ 59 must be registered with the Selective Service System. Any veterans applying for employment with USPS must file Copy 4 of the DD Form 214 along with an application (some veteran may receive preference points based on military service or injuries sustained).
Other USPS Employment notes
- A criminal background check is required
- Applicants will be required to provide their last 10 years of working history with a urinalysis drug screen test
- A clean driving record is required for all driving positions at USPS
The United States POSTAL Service currently employs over 600,000 US citizens in all 50 states. USPS has been under heavy scrutiny as late for wasting tax payer dollars and a general consensus is it should be taken over by a private company.