The Human Resources leadership team will hold a virtual job fair from June 2-4.
The fair will allow Postal Service employees to explore career opportunities in the department as USPS realigns itself to achieve the goals of the new Delivering for America 10-year plan.
Employees can see presentations about groups within Organization Development, Labor Relations, Human Resources, and Compensation and Benefits. This includes units such as Workforce Planning, National Training, Contract Administration, and Diversity and Inclusion.
These will be interactive sessions where employees can ask questions about the various positions available.
“Times of change also lead to dynamic opportunities for personal and professional growth. We’re looking forward to sharing the opportunities within our organization during this virtual job fair,” said Jenny Utterback, the Postal Service’s organization development vice president.
Simon Storey, human resources vice president, said, “The strength of functionally aligning human resources is in the talent that will serve the new human resources model as we move forward. What an exciting opportunity for each of us to be part of the future of USPS Human Resources.”
Nonbargaining employees can register for the multiple virtual job fair sessions on HERO.
As part of the administrative restructuring, USPS is also offering a series of live support sessions through June 11 on a range of topics, including using eCareer, mock interviews and navigating change.
A Preparing for Change — Learning Track for Employees guide on LiteBlue has more information about these sessions, which employees can register for by going to a Preparing for Change: Support Event page on HERO.