USPS is hiring at post offices throughout Northwestern Wisconsin
The USPS is beginning a hiring initiative at post offices throughout Northwestern Wisconsin. The positions offered are mail handler, mail carriers in rural and city areas, also postal support, the wages range between $17-$20 an hour. Some of the areas in Wisconsin hiring are Superior, Ashland, Solon Springs, also Bayfield, and many other post offices.
Bryan Reeves, the Wisconsin district communications specialist for the USPS talked about how many jobs the postal service is looking to fill. “We are always looking to hire people. We’re looking to fill positions of whether it’s a mail processing clerks, retail clerks are carriers, city carriers, rural carriers. Those positions that we even have available on weekends and holidays.” Reeves said. “The Post Office has over 2000 different kinds of jobs. if there is an interest of people, whether it’s in information technology, nursing, whether it’s police work or it’s just as in postmasters and carriers and clerks, we have all of those positions.”
Reeves also talked about unique benefits offered working with the post office from competitive wages to holiday time off. “Another great thing is we’re very stable and we do not lay people off. If they get tired of snow and they want to move to a warmer climate, they can there’s plenty of opportunities to transfer.” Reeve said. “You know, working with the post office is very fulfilling. There’s no appointment necessary. And you can start the application process online. if you’re interested in being outside a lot, you want to be a carrier. It gives you information about that if you want to work inside a plant. There’s information there, too.
However, there are some requirements for working with the post office. The USPS state applicants must be 18 years of age, pass a drug screening and also a criminal background investigation. For more information working at the post office you can look here https://about.usps.com/careers/how-to-apply/. For another story about the you can look here https://www.wdio.com/good-morning-northland/tech-bytes-usps-going-electric/.