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U.S. Postal Service looking to fill positions in Los Angeles and Orange Counties

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The U.S. Postal Service declared Friday that it is hoping to fill assistant city carrier positions in Los Angeles and Orange Counties with a beginning compensation of $18.01 each hour with health insurance benefits, yearly leave and a way to being a lifelong city carrier.

Individuals inspired by a job with USPS should be in any event 18-years of age and be accessible to show up on Saturday or Sunday and occasions.

Likewise, candidates should have the option to pass a drug screening and a criminal historical verification. A few positions require a test. Anybody expecting a position that requires driving should have a legitimate driver’s license and a clean DMV two-year driving history. Citizenship or permanent resident status is additionally required.

Anybody keen on seeing more subtleties or wanting to go after an assistant city carrier job the postal service site’s profession page and select “Search jobs.”

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