West Grove Post Office to Host Job Fair, Seeks City Carrier Assistants

Group of Postal EmployeesCredit: U.S. Postal Service

WEST GROVE, PA — The United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced is actively seeking new talent in West Grove, Pennsylvania. The West Grove Post Office, located at 5 Prospect Avenue, will host a job fair on November 21, 2023, aiming to hire City Carrier Assistants.

City Carrier Assistants are essential USPS personnel. These full-time alternates for regular letter carriers play a critical role in ensuring the timely and accurate delivery of mail, particularly during busy periods such as the upcoming holiday season.

The job fair, which runs from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., offers potential job seekers an opportunity to learn more about the position, which comes with an hourly wage of $19.33. USPS spokesman Paul Smith encouraged interested individuals to attend, stating, “If you like the outdoors and want to work for the government’s most trusted agency, join us as we deliver for America this holiday season.”

Smith also noted that USPS personnel would be present at the job fair to provide further information about current positions. Additionally, fingerprinting services will be available on site, enabling applicants to expedite the hiring process.

Applicants must be 18 years of age or older to qualify for the City Carrier Assistant position. Human resources assistance will also be available at the job fair to help job seekers complete their applications.

The Postal Service is renowned for its diverse workforce and has been recognized consistently for its service reliability and employee satisfaction.

Job seekers in southern Chester County looking for a rewarding career with a trusted government agency should not miss this opportunity. Attend the job fair at the West Grove Post Office and embark on a fulfilling career journey with the USPS.

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