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Postal Service accepting applications in Pittsburgh, Warrendale

Paul Guggenheimer

The U.S. Postal Service is ramping up for the 2019 holiday season.

The Postal Service is seeking applicants for temporary positions at its Network Distribution Center and at the Logistics and Distribution Center, both located in the Thornhill Industrial Park in Warrendale.

Applications are also being accepted for the Pittsburgh Processing and Distribution Center on the city’s North Side.

The jobs pay up to $17.19 per hour.

Hiring opportunities are available at open house events being held September 21 at 300 Brush Creek Road in Warrendale and September 28 at 1001 California Avenue in Pittsburgh.

Applicants need to take a Virtual Entry Assessment online exam and must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening.

More information can be found at

Paul Guggenheimer is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-226-7706 or [email protected].

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