Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at US Postal Service
- City Carrier Assistant (109)
- Rural Carrier Associate (78)
- CCA (71)
- PSE Clerk (43)
- PSE Mail Processing Clerk (43)
- Rca (34)
- CITY LETTER CARRIER (20)
- Casual Mail Handler (17)
- Mail Handler (13)
- Mail Carrier (11)
- Mail Processing Clerk (10)
- Mail Handler Assistant (8)
- City Carrier (7)
- Distribution Clerk (6)
- TE Letter Carrier (6)
- Postmaster Relief (5)
- Transitional Employee - Letter Carrier (5)
- Postal Support Employee (4)
- Operations Industrial Engineer (4)
- Data Conversion Operator (4)
- Postmaster (4)
- Casual (4)
- PMr (4)
- Rural Carrier (3)
- Accountant (3)
- Sub Rural Carrier (3)
- Analyst (3)
- Industrial Engineer (3)
- Postal Clerk (3)
- Letter Carrier (3)
Very time consuming and difficult , most of the time you must start from low level positions.
Other Interview Reviews for US Postal Service
Postmaster InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at US Postal Service (Albany, NY) in May 2011.
The initial interview is in front of a 3 person review committee. The committee then selects 3 candidates and the final interview is held with the selecting official. Once a final selection is made, the candidate must be approved of and a final selection sign off must be obtained from the next higher level manager of the selecting official. Once it becomes official, the candidates are notified of the decision.
- Please give an example, from your current position or a previous job, where you had a disagreement with a co-worker or customer and describe the steps you took to resolve the issue. Answer Question
Postmaster InterviewAccepted OfferPositive Experience
I applied online – interviewed at US Postal Service (Minneapolis, MN) in January 2010.
All job promotions into management are unfortunately at this time for internal applicants only. The Postal Service promotes from within. You have to first get hired on as a craft employee, either carrier or clerk,, then from there you can apply for vacancies.
- During one interview I was asked who the Postmaster General was and I did not know the answer. It pays to do a little homework prior to going in for an interview! 1 Answer
There is no negotiation phase in the government.
Postmaster InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at US Postal Service (Atlanta, GA) in November 2008.
Writing a good resume is very important, knowing the job functions, and having experience is the best way to get the position
- You have to know the operations, regulations, and labor agreements Answer Question
It is virtually no negotiation, the pay is the pay scale