GOOD PAYING JOBS: Work for the Milwaukee Post Office

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The Milwaukee Post Office is accepting applications for Postal Support Employee (PSE) Mail Processing Clerk positions.

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

The positions will open on April 29, 2014 and close at midnight on Monday May 5, 2014.

The PSE Clerk is a non-career position and is the path to possible future employment as a full-time clerk with Postal career employee status.

Starting pay is $15.26 per hour.

PSEs will be appointed for a term not to exceed 360 calendar days. At the end of the term, PSEs are eligible for reappointment for another 360-day term.

PSEs 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 applications 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.  Although this is the only test support material made available by the Postal Service, applicants might also choose to acquire additional test practice material from outside sources such as a library, bookstore, or online search.

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

To be considered for employment, an applicant must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening to meet the U.S. Postal Service’s requirement to be drug free.

Applicants must also be a U.S. citizen or have a permanent resident alien status.

2 comments

  • Peter

    People in the know, know that 50% or more of recent new hires have been fifired or quit. Now, that’s a successful training program!!!!?

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