USPS holding job fair to fill 90 positions in Dayton area

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — The U.S. Postal Service is looking to hire 90 people to fill positions throughout the Dayton area and will host a job fair to help recruitment efforts.

In a new release, USPS officials said they are looking to fill the following positions:

  • City carrier assistants
  • Mail handler assistants
  • Postal support employees

These positions perform mail handling, mail processing, driving, mail delivery or a combination of those duties. Salaries start between $16.87 and $18.69 per hour.

The job fair will take place at the Dayton Main Post Office on Wednesday, Aug. 4 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. A USPS HR specialist will be present to answer questions and share details about the positions. 

For more Information about career opportunities with the Postal Service, click here.

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