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8 days ago

Part Time Twilight Plant Engineering Supervisor

UPS La Grange, IL

The individual will be responsible for creating and modifing reliability reports, attending safety meetings, and coordinating and following through… UPS


8 days ago

Part Time Day Plant Engineering Supervisor

UPS La Grange, IL

The individual will be responsible for creating and modifing reliability reports, attending safety meetings, and coordinating and following through… UPS


8 days ago

Part Time Sunrise Plant Engineering Supervisor

UPS La Grange, IL

The individual will be responsible for creating and modifing reliability reports, attending safety meetings, and coordinating and following through… UPS


10 days ago

IE Specialist

UPS Bensenville, IL

The Industrial Engineering (IE) Specialist is responsible for providing support to numerous groups within the IE function. He/she… UPS


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    Hard work in dirty environment for good pay.

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    Former Employee - Part Time Package Handler in Addison, IL

    I worked at UPS part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    No previous knowledge necessary. Good pay, especially compared to amount of hours worked. Lots of locations. 3 different shifts. Pretty flexible with being late and family emergencies. Always desperate for workers near holidays and hire just about anyone without a record.

    Cons

    Driver positions are highly coveted and very rarely available. Very dirty environment, used to cough up black phlegm. Most hours are inconvenient and little advancement unless you've been there years+. Union dues seem steep when you're making just over minimum wage part time. Benefits take over a year to kick in but environment means you're likely to get sick quite often.

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    Possibly the ability to reward members for performance rather than years worked.

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