Cincinnati & Columbus USPS accepting applications - Tucson News Now

HELP WANTED: Cincy post office looking for carriers

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Cincinnati District of the Postal Service is currently accepting applications for City Carrier Assistants in the Cincinnati and Columbus areas.

The CCA is a new category of non-career employee with a path to possible future employment as a full-time city carrier with career employee status. CCAs are initially appointed for a term of 360 calendar days.

Through midnight, May 5, 2013, the Postal Service will be accepting online applications for CCA positions.

The positions entail all the duties normally associated with a city letter carrier. Salary and limited benefits include $15.00 an hour, paid vacation days, and eligibility for health care benefits as required by law or after the first 360-day term.

All applicants must create an external profile at http://usps.com/employment, fill out the online application, and follow the instructions to take Postal Examination 473.

To be eligible for selection for a CCA vacancy all applicants must have a valid state driver's license, a safe driving record, successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening, and qualify on Postal Examination 473. A full explanation of employment requirements is available at http://about.usps.com/careers/employment-requirements.htm.

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