The U.S. Postal Service is Hiring Veterans

Tractor Trailer Operator positions open now


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The United States Postal Service® has a long history of providing career opportunities to Veterans, reservists and their family members. USPS currently employs approximately 100,000 military members and Veterans, and military service is treated as prior employment.

USPS values the leadership, reliability, and high-tech skills Veterans bring to the organization, as well as their loyalty, leadership ability, reliability and integrity. If this sounds like you, consider the following USPS opportunities currently available on their Careers website.

USPS has several Tractor Trailer Operators employment opportunities. Check them out! Apply for open positions by clicking on “Search Now.” You can search by keyword “Transportation,” location, and/or functional area.

Who is eligible?

CDL REQUIRED: Applicants must have a valid commercial driver’s license (CDL) from the state in which they live. If applicants have an intrastate CDL, they must self-certify to their state that they operate or expect to operate in excepted interstate commerce, as required by 49 CFR part 383.71(b)(1)(ii).

Applicants must have a safe driving record, and at least two years of unsupervised experience driving passenger cars or larger vehicles and one year of full-time unsupervised experience (or equivalent) driving a 7-ton or larger truck, tractor-trailer, or a 16-passenger or larger bus. The driving must have taken place in the U.S. or its possessions or territories or in U.S. military installations worldwide.

How to apply?

USPS opportunities that are currently available are listed on its Career website. Apply for open positions by clicking on “Search Now.” You can search by keyword “Transportation,” location, and/or functional area. This job has an exam requirement. Examining will continue until capacity has been reached.

USPS transportation job links:

TTO WEST SACRAMENTO CA                                https://go.usa.gov/xs5fA

TTO MELVILLE NY                                                    https://go.usa.gov/xs5GN

PSE TTO (NEW WORK) SAN DIEGO CA                https://go.usa.gov/xs5GR

PSE TTO (NEW WORK) CITY OF INDUSTRY         https://go.usa.gov/xs5Gy

TTO MILWAUKEE WI                                              https://go.usa.gov/xs5Gd

TTO PORTLAND OR                                                 https://go.usa.gov/xs5GG

TTO FOX VALLEY IL                                                  https://go.usa.gov/xsRBz

TTO NEW CASTLE DE                                              https://go.usa.gov/xsRKC

TTO SEATTLE WA                                                    https://go.usa.gov/xsRK2

TTO MINNEAPOLIS MN                                          https://go.usa.gov/xsnx6

TTO SAINT PAUL MN                                              https://go.usa.gov/xsnxF

PSE TTO ANAHEIM CA                                            https://go.usa.gov/xsnxM

TTO FOREST PARK IL                                               https://go.usa.gov/xsnxe

TTO EAGAN MN                                                       https://go.usa.gov/xsnxh


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Comments

  1. Zoran Ilich    

    I would like a job in the post office!

  2. Scott Jensen    

    Best redirect your anger and frustration to exactly where it belongs, namely your local postal branch. The Postmaster General has absolutely no control over how your local services operates, he is also held at bay by the The American Postal Workers Union which protect inept workers from being fired/ So direct your complaints to your local Postmaster and file grievances with your Representatives to make changes to your local postal issues. Yes, I used to work as a mail sorter for the USPS so I speak from experience as a witness to the internal workings of the postal system.

  3. Akech Madut    

    I am US Army Veteran and I have my own Tractor with no Trailer. I have a CDL license since 2018. is there any opportunity for me?

  4. Kermit McDoogle    

    I’ve had 6 envelopes disappear in the last 2 months. All letters were payments to utility companies and had personal checks inside. I received shutoff notices due to non-payment. How can so many pieces of mail be lost? The Postmaster General, DeJoy, is a real tool.

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