INDIANAPOLIS - The U.S. Postal Service has openings for 600 part-time rural postal carriers across Indiana.
The Postal Service announced the job openings Thursday in several ZIP Codes in the Greater Indiana District. Find available jobs here.
Rural carriers earn $16.25 per hour and receive equipment maintenance allowances. They may be required to use their personal vehicles, but are compensated for it.
Applicants must have valid state driver's licenses, safe driving records, and at least two years of documented driving experience. They must live within a 50-mile commute to a ZIP code area they work in.
All applicants must apply online here.
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