Interviewed at US Postal Service
Interview Details – I sent in my application and heard back from them in about a week, I was then told to schedule a drug test -- then they invited me to orientation from there. At orientation you fill out a LOT of forms, then you're interviewed. Afterwards they send you off to go work.
Interview Question – Nothing really Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at US Postal Service in February 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online, took drug test and interviewed. Very easy and lots of paper work during screening and med eval. I passed and offered a job. 2 days of orientation, then suppose to start the next day. $12 a hr, no benefits. 180 day job offer. Only hired because heavy load during this time of year.
Was told must be able to work weekends and overtime will be avail. Not sure if I can handle this as my second job or not. Still undecided.
Interview Question – Do you what is safe and what is not safe? Can you show up to work on time? View Answer
Negotiation Details – 2 day orientation is on Monday, must decide by then. Can I survive on 4 hrs of sleep a day working 2 full time jobs?
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at US Postal Service in October 2011.
Interview Details – I applied in the beginning of september. They only contact you by email. After i applied, about two weeks later i took the personality assessment and was asked to schedule a date and time to go take the test for the post office that same week. After taking the exam about three weeks went by and i was invited to the interview in October. I started work in the middle of November.
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