United Parcel Service (UPS)Chicago 60607
Full Time

Who exactly are casual UPS Package Delivery Drivers? They’re the ones who drive our familiar brown trucks, bringing packages great and small to our customers.

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Seasonal Package Delivery Driver

United Parcel Service (UPS)
Full Time UPS Customer Center, 1500 S Jefferson St, Chicago, IL 60607, United States
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Overview

SHIFT YOUR FUTURE

Casual Package Deliver Driver

SHIFT YOUR TEAM

Who exactly are casual UPS Package Delivery Drivers? They’re the ones who drive our familiar brown trucks, bringing packages great and small to our customers. They’re a friendly, physically active crew who enjoy fast-paced work, being outdoors, and being behind the wheel!

SHIFT YOUR SKILLS

So, what does it take to make it through a busy shift delivering boxes of all shapes and sizes to homes and businesses in your community and beyond?

· The ability to lift up to 70 lbs.

· Valid driver’s license—no CDL required (License type varies by state)

· Pass the DOT physical

· Excellent customer service and driving skills

· Legal right to work in the U.S.

· Casual Package Delivery Drivers are expected to comply with UPS appearance guidelines and wear the company-provided uniform

Full-time UPS employees work eight to ten hours per day and workdays can vary (Monday - Friday) or (Tuesday - Saturday) depending on the business needs.

SHIFT YOUR BENEFITS

What’s in it for you?

· Excellent weekly pay

· Growth opportunities*

· Extensive training

· And so much more

*This is a seasonal role. A seasonal job is a great place to start at UPS, and it might even lead to a permanent role that offers even more advantages and benefits! Permanent, full-time small package delivery drivers receive an average total compensation package of $145,000 per year. That includes $0 healthcare premiums, up to seven weeks of paid vacation, plus paid time off for holidays, sick leave and option days.

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