USPS plans to fill 900 vacant supervisor positions ahead of peak holiday operations

The Postal Service is gearing up to fill a significant number of supervisor positions left vacant as part of a recently lifted hiring-and-promotion freeze, in order to prepare for this year’s peak holiday season.

USPS, according to a stand-up meeting memo obtained by Federal News Network, plans to fill about 900 Level 17 supervisor positions, in fields that include customer service, distribution operations, transportation operations and maintenance operations.

Non-bargaining and bargaining unit employees, including employees affected by an ongoing reduction in force, are eligible to apply for these Executive and Administrative Schedule jobs.

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The Post Office already has too many worthless supervisors doing nothing all day! The Post Office needs more carriers and less dead weight!