USPS Job Fairs – Now Hiring CCAs in San Francisco District

Invest in Your Future with the USPS The United States Postal Service has ongoing employment opportunities in your local area. We are currently hiring CITY CARRIER ASSISTANTS (CCA) for Post Offices throughout San Francisco and the Peninsula. If you are looking for a challenging but rewarding job with opportunities for advancement, the United States Postal…

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Pilot of USPS Postal Carriers as Census Enumerators During the 2018 End-to-End Census Test

I. Abstract The U.S. Census Bureau proposes a proof of concept study on the use of United States Postal Service (USPS) Postal Carriers as Census Bureau enumerators as part of the 2018 End-to-End Census Test. The possibility of formally using Postal Carriers to conduct enumeration as part of Decennial Census operations has been proposed or…

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2017 NALC Heroes of the Year to be Honored Oct. 4

Every day, seemingly ordinary letter carriers are doing extraordinary things: responding to crises with acts of bravery and good will, serving their communities—and even saving lives. Letter carrier heroes often pull double duty as first-responders in our neighborhoods. They prevent crimes. They rescue children. They help the elderly. They alert police. They rally others to…

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USPS OIG Blog: Delivery After Dark

September 18, 2017 Who doesn’t like finding a package they ordered online on their doorstep at an unexpected time, like, say, late in the evening just before you turn out the porch light for the night? Consumers have come to expect quick delivery of parcels, often at odd hours of the day. This new paradigm…

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Remembering September 11, 2001: A Letter Carrier’s Story

In this video, Emma describes her experience that day and in the weeks that followed: By Nancy Pope, Historian Mail destined for the World Trade Center (WTC) was processed by the Church Street post office located across the street. The WTC complex was so large that it encompassed two zip codes, 16,000 addresses and required…

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USPS redelivers: Notice left form gets improvements

USPS has redesigned PS Form 3849, also known as the notice left form, and renamed it “We ReDeliver for You!” Carriers are required to leave this form when they are unable to deliver an item successfully. The redesigned form lists six ways customers can schedule a redelivery. Here’s what the redesigned form offers: Simplified language….

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OIG Report: City Carriers Returning After 6 P.M. ― Bay Valley District

Background Strong consumer demand for goods purchased over the Internet has driven growth in the package market despite otherwise declining mail volume. This growing package segment provides the U.S. Postal Service an opportunity to expand services and increase revenue. With this growth, city carriers and non-career city carrier assistants (CCA) are now delivering more packages…

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NALC: Agreement reached on implementing new Article 8 provisions

August 29, 2017 In the memorandum of understanding (MOU) Re: Article 8.5.C.2 Overtime Assignments (Revised Language) (M-01886), NALC and the U.S. Postal Service agree that absent local agreement to apply the new provisions of Article 8.5.C.2.e and 8.5.C.2.f of the 2016-2019 National Agreement earlier than Oct. 1, 2017, these provisions will be effective Oct. 1,…

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