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US Postal Service: Latest Job Openings, Reviews and Ratings & Profile wise Salary Distribution

We currently have 42 open jobs at US Postal Service. We've calculated that the average salary at US Postal Service is $38K based on 3,149 user-submitted salaries A total of 340 US Postal Service employees gave US Postal Service an average happiness rating of 3.6 out of 5.0.

Latest Job Openings at US Postal Service

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Madisonville, TX
US Postal Service - 310 N COMMERCE ST [Mail Carrier / Package Handler / Delivery Driver] As an Assistant Rural Carrier with USPS, you will: Delivers...
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Ruston, LA
US Postal Service - 700 E GEORGIA AVE [Mail Carrier / Package Handler / Delivery Driver] As a City Carrier Assistant with USPS, you will: Deliver...
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New Ulm, TX
US Postal Service - 824 PECAN ST [Mail Carrier / Package Handler / Delivery Driver] As an Assistant Rural Carrier with USPS, you will: Delivers packages...
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US Postal Service Salary Distribution

US Postal Service Reviews and Ratings

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US Postal Service Careers & Info

Current CEO (Postmaster General): Louis Dejoy

Status: Active

The United States Postal Service is the government agency responsible for the processing and delivery of first-class and domestic mail throughout the United States. This agency has been in existence throughout America’s entire history, starting in 1775 during the Second Continental Congress. With over 574,000 employees in various post office locations, processing centers and satellite offices, the USPS is the 48th largest employer after Wal-Mart and Best Buy and the second-largest civilian employer in the United States. In 2010, the USPS generated over $67 billion in revenue.

Working at USPS can be a fast-paced and physically demanding experience at times, especially for those working in larger and busier post office or bulk center locations. However, United States Postal Service employees are well compensated for working extra hours, weekends and night shifts with overtime, night shift differential and Sunday pay.

The average salary range for those working with the United States Postal Service is between $16,000 and $122,000 per year, with a median salary at $38,000 per year. As an example, mail carriers can expect estimated annual wages between $38,490 and $55,790, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

United States Postal Service careers can last for a lifetime, due to the generous opportunities for career advancement. The USPS offers a number of programs to those who desire leadership positions within the company. The Associate Supervisor Program, Managerial Leadership Program and Advanced Leadership Program offer comprehensive classroom and on-the-job instruction for supervisory and managerial responsibilities within the USPS.

New hires will find the United States Postal Service culture to be one where dedication to public service and dependability are paramount in employees. Excellent customer service skills are a must, since most USPS employees interact with the general public at various points in their workday. Employees are expected to treat customers as well as one another with the utmost professional courtesy and respect.

USPS benefits are in flux due to the current economic climate and the postal service’s need for reducing operating costs. For now, new hires within the USPS automatically apply for inclusion in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, with tax-free employee premium contributions and broad coverage. Other benefits include life insurance through the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance program, annual and sick leave, flexible spending accounts and participation in the federal retirement program.

What jobs pay the most at US Postal Service?

Business Project Leader is the highest paying job at US Postal Service at $122,000 annually.

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