If you wish to participate, you must submit a letter of intent no later than Friday, Oct. 20.
Career and non-career employees are needed. Those selected will work in their assigned crafts. To cite two examples, letter carriers will carry mail, while mail handlers will support processing activities.
The Postal Service won’t pay travel, housing or per diem. You’ll need to arrange your own accommodations with relatives who live in the area — and you’ll need to state this in your letter.
You’ll get your regular pay, plus overtime when applicable.
Assignments will be made on a 30-day basis and evaluated at the end of each period to determine if the assignment should be renewed.
“This is not an assignment for everyone. But for some of you, it is an opportunity to extend your service in a place and at a time when it is needed,” said Northeastern Area VP Ed Phelan, whose jurisdiction includes the Caribbean.
More information, including instructions on submitting letters of intent, are available in a memo posted below and on LiteBlue.
Source: USPS News Link