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United States Postal Service, Data Conversion Operator Job Review and Interview

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June 15, 2009
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Staring at a USPS computer and sitting on your butt in silence.

United States Postal Service Data Conversion Operator, in Glendale, Arizona

Data Conversion Operator Job Description

Converting badly written envelope addresses to be legible to the computer in a specific code. These envelopes can vary from personal letters to magazines to business letters.
Education None | Management Average Quality | Stress Average Stress

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United States Postal Service Interview Questions

IQ and typing test required before any interview. After passing both, a background check along with a drug UA is done upon meeting of Human Resources to discuss the work and availability.

Salary and Benefits
Salary - United States Postal Service, Data Conversion Operator is $14/Hourly.
Base salary is around $13.81 an hour. Benefits and retirement are available by joining the Union. After joining, medical, dental benefits are available to you and family along with retirement to you. Job security here is a plus that you have.

Working Conditions
Large room with a mass amount of computers. Your "cubicle" is about 5 feet by 5 feet, only allowing enough room for the typist and the computer. Air conditioning cooling and heat vary from different spots in the large room. Very specific scheduled short breaks and lunch. No talking, food or beverage in the computer area. Headsets allowed for listening pleasure but no phones.

Physical Requirements
Ability to sitting continually for 4 to 8 hours each shift with small breaks. Sometimes overtime is called. Minimal conversing, bathroom and smoke break times.

Other United States Postal Service Job Information
Dress code at the USPS is very school like. Casual with limits, meaning no shorts above arm length on legs, no spaghetti straps, and all shoes must have a back/heel strap to them.

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