Postal service looking for seasonal holiday employees

The U.S. Postal Service Kentuckiana District says it’s accepting applications for holiday seasonal positions at a handful of processing facilities, including the Paducah facility. 

The locations include: 
– Paducah Mail Processing Facility – 300 S. 4th St., Paducah, KY 42003
– Louisville Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) – 1420 Gardiner Lane, Louisville, KY 40231
– Lexington P&DC – 1088 Nandino Blvd., Lexington, KY 40511
– Evansville P&DC – 7100 Petersburg Rd Evansville, IN 47711

The postal service says about 10 temporary holiday positions will be available in Paducah, as well as about 155 temporary holiday positions in Louisville, 45 in Lexington, and 50 in Evansville. Positions will include "casuals and postal support employee mail processing clerk." 

If you are interested, you can apply by visiting There, you can click on “Search Now,” select “Kentucky” or “Indiana,” click “Start,” then click on the link for the appropriate job. The postal service says you should log on there weekly to check for new postings.

Position postings will close on Monday, Sept. 14. For a general overview of USPS employee requirements, click here. You can find specific job requirements and hourly pay on individual job postings. 

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