Responsible for delivering mail and packages to customers in rural areas. This position may also involve providing customer service, stocking shelves, and performing other related duties.
Responsible for delivering mail and packages in rural and remote areas of the United States. This position requires the ability to drive a vehicle, lift heavy packages, and work outdoors in all types of weather.
Responsible for delivering mail and packages to rural and remote areas of the United States. This position may require overnight travel, working in extreme weather conditions, and handling hazardous materials.
Responsible for transporting mail and parcels in rural and isolated areas of the United States. This position requires a minimum of a two-year postsecondary education in a logistics field, including significant experience in transportation, inventory control, and organization.
Responsible for transporting packages and letters between post offices and customers in rural and frontier areas. They are usually dispatched from larger post offices and are compensated based on weight and distance traveled.
The duty is a tax on the mailpiece that is assessed by the usps when the mailpiece enters the usps system. The duty is based on weight and is assessed according to the type of mailpiece. The duty is collected by the usps and transferred to the usps revenue service.
The duty is imposed on packages weighing over 13 ounces that are transported through the usps system from one rural delivery point to another rural delivery point. This duty is currently calculated at $0.53 per package.
The duty is a fee assessed by the usps on all packages that weigh more than 2 ounces, but are under a quart-sized bag. the fee is assessed based on the distance the package travels.
The duty is a fee assessed on packages over 47 ounces when shipped using USPS service. The fee is based on the weight of the package and not the distance it is shipped.
The duty is now $4.95 per package from alaska to the lower 48 states. the rate for packages going to international destinations is $22.90. usps is also increasing the cost for international Priority Mail Express from $44.90 to $55.90.
Require person have transportation to deliver mail to people who lives in rural area. Rural carriers must have valid driver's license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance. Rural carriers must also have a current positive driving record and a clean criminal record.
Require worker to walk and carry package from one place to another, usually taking less than a mile. The worker is paid for the time it takes to complete the route, and the work is usually completed in one or two hours.
Require physical labor and must be on the move. They deliver packages and letters throughout the United States. They are regulated by the United States Postal Service.
Require person to go from house to house delivering mail. Rural carriers are paid by the mile and are responsible for delivering mail in rural areas. They must be able to read and write, have good driving skills, and be able to handle themselves in a dangerous environment.
Require a lot of physical work. This is a job that is not for everyone. It takes a lot of energy and stamina to be a rural carrier. They have to be able to walk for long periods of time and carry a lot of packages.
Be able to read and write effectively. Furthermore, you must be able to follow directions and handle heavy loads. You must also be able to remain calm under pressure.
Be physically fit and have a good driving record. You must also be reliable and be able to handle a lot of work. You must also be able to work independently and be willing to work long hours.
Have a good work ethic, be punctual, and have a team spirit. You must be able to handle the physical demands of the job, such as lifting and carrying heavy packages. You must also be able to communicate with customers and be able to handle difficult situations.
Have strong communication, customer service, and organizational skills. You must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and stay organized. You must also be able to handle difficult customers and be able to work long hours.
Have an understanding of the mail system, be able to work well as part of a team, be reliable and have strong communication skills. You also should be able to handle stress well, be physically fit and have a good driving record.