Prescott Post Office Hiring for Holiday Season

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The busiest time of year is upon us, and that means the Prescott U.S. Post Office is hiring for seasonal help.

The Prescott facility, located at 442 Miller Valley Road, is hiring for holiday clerk assistants to help with the season through January 5, 2018.

Pay is $16.98/hour, and employees will provide friendly customer service and distribute incoming and outgoing mail. Other duties may include maintaining store appearance, preparing work areas, loading mail onto automated equipment, monitoring mail flow and more.

Applications are now being accepted, with hopes of employees starting by November 11. Applicants may be asked to undergo a drug screening and provide proof of their right to work in the United States.

Please visit the official job listing today for more information and to apply before the deadline. Click HERE for more details.

Photo: Walking Prescott

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