Milwaukee Post Office hiring City Carrier Assistants

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The Milwaukee Post Office will post more of the new City Carrier Assistant (CCA) positions May 3rd – May 10th.

Job seekers in the community are encouraged to build their online profile and apply at http://usps.com/employment.

The CCA is a new category of non-career employee and is the path to possible future employment as a full-time carrier with postal career employee status. Starting pay is $15 per hour.

CAAs will be appointed for term not to exceed 360 calendar days. At the end of the term, CCAs are eligible for reappointment for another 360-day term. CCAs will enjoy benefits — including salary increases, vacation time and an opportunity to enroll in a health benefits plan after 360 days of employment.

Positions are posted online at http://usps.com/employment.

All applicants must be submitted online. Immediately after an application is accepted, applicants will be directed to information to assist in preparing for the Postal Entrance Examination 473.

A minimun score of 70 (excluding veterans’ preference points) is required to be considered  for a position. Higher scores are given hiring preference, so it is important to be prepared and do well on the exam.

To be considered for employment, an application must also have a valid state driver’s license for two consecutive years and demonstrate and maintain a safe driving record, and successfully pass a per-employment drug screening.

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