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USPS Hiring

Fort Worth, Texas - The U.S. Postal Service is now accepting applications for a variety of non-career Postal Service positions needed in North, Central and West Texas including Abilene, Amarillo, Lubbock, San Angelo and Wichita Falls.

Salary for these positions range from $11.00 to $16.07 per hour, with variable work hours and work days, including weekends and holidays as scheduled.  Start time is flexible and successful applicants must be available when called to report to work.  Work hours will vary.  

The positions are non-career, some with limited benefits, but most are positions with the full benefits of a federal employee.  

Note: Limited benefits for some non-career Postal Service positions include paid vacation days, contractual pay raises, and eligible to enroll in the USPS Non-Career Employee Health Benefits Plan.

Texas Postal Service positions are currently posted online , under the "Search Open Jobs" section. Anyone wishing to apply for a specific job must do so within the Job Posting period.

All applicants must apply online. Paper or Emailed Applications for Employment will not be accepted in person or by email. You must have a valid email address to apply for any position.  Communication regarding employment opportunities, examinations, interviews and background checks will be conveyed by email.  
 

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