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22 days ago

Full-Time Operations Clerk-UPS Freight

UPS Portland, OR

• U.S. citizen or otherwise authorized to work in the U.S. • High school diploma or equivalent • Basic computer skills OTHER… UPS

21 days ago

Full-time Road Driver

UPS Portland, OR

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; and must have at least one year of tractor-trailer experience. Applicants must be able to read, write… UPS

11 days ago

Part-time Dockworker

UPS Portland, OR

Dockworkers must be able to work variable shifts that may consist of days, nights, and or weekends, and overtime hours as required by the Company… UPS

11 days ago

Inside Sales Representative Based in Phoenix, AZ

UPS Portland, OR

The ISR is responsible for retaining and growing UPS Small Package customer business. He/she uses available resources to learn customers’ businesses… UPS

14 days ago

Full-time City Driver

UPS Portland, OR

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; and must be able to read, write and speak the English language. Applicants must meet the Department of… UPS

11 days ago

Facilities Maintenance Mechanic

UPS Portland, OR

• Inspecting, troubleshooting, repairing, and/or replacing pneumatic equipment such as diverters, air compressors, lubricators, hoses, and coils… UPS

11 days ago

PT Preload Supervisor

UPS Portland, OR

Train and supervise daily activities of package handlers and clerks to ensure that all assigned duties are accomplished safely and timely… UPS

11 days ago

Freight Sales Account Executive - UPS Freight

UPS Portland, OR

The Freight Sales Account Executive develops strategies to solicit new business, expand business territories, and fulfill business quotas. He/she… UPS

5 days ago

PT Package Center Supervisor

UPS Beaverton, OR

Supervises daily activities of drivers and package handlers to ensure that all assigned duties are accomplished safely and timely. Supervisors… UPS

11 days ago

Warehouse Associate II

UPS Tigard, OR

will include loading and unloading, packing and unpacking, auditing, general housekeeping, kitting, inbound processing, scanning orders, shipping and… UPS

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David Abney
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    Seems to be some disconnect between coordinators/supervisors to drivers, driver helpers in the field

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    Current Employee - Seasonal Driver Helper in Portland, OR
    Current Employee - Seasonal Driver Helper in Portland, OR

    I have been working at UPS part-time (less than an year)


    Very thorough orientation for the seasonal driver helpers, especially regarding safety and honesty. The HR staff and training supervisors friendly and down-to-earth types. Well-organized orientation. Got all my questions answered.


    When it came to actually starting the job, there were some discrepancies between what was said in the orientation vs. what happened in the field. Here are some examples:

    On the first day, a driver contacted me to tell me when and where to meet him. I was told the coordinator would contact me the first day to tell me where to report for work.

    Second, the driver did not have my uniform on the truck as I was told. He had to loan me his jacket that day.

    Third, the driver thought I had completed DIAD training (the hand-helds used to scan packages and get signatures). He was told driver helpers would know what to do. He was frustrated I was not trained on it. Because of time constraints, we worked around this and he scanned packages for me to just deliver.

    The second day on the job, I had a different driver. I was told in orientation I would be paired with one driver. Anyway, this driver ended up having my uniform. Again, we worked around the DIAD system due to time constraints. This driver was unpleasant to work with and she wanted me to jog through wet leaves and on slippery residential staircases because "I need to hustle". She was incredibly impatient with me for someone being only the 2nd day on the job. I almost wanted to end my assignment that day. I ended up reporting this incident to a supervisor later because the jogging around on slippery surfaces was in direct violation of the safety procedures and the supervisor made it clear that I am never to compromise my safety. He appreciated my report. On the third day of work, I was paired with the driver from my first day, which was a relief.

    Fourth day on the job, I was paired with yet ANOTHER different driver. This time, I got a patient, grounded person who took the time to train me on the DIAD. He was good to work with. I addressed the driver/helper pairing discrepancy with him and he didn't know what happened but said he and I will be working together for the duration of the season. Thank goodness. I hope this will be the case as it's been a frustrating start!

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    See my notes above. The communication lines between the trainers in orientation and the coordinators/supervisors/drivers in the field needs to be fixed, clarified. This is already a high-pressure environment and we needn't add confusion to the drivers and their helpers during this peak season.

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