$10.10 - $11/hour PLUS $100/wk bonus
UPS is hiring individuals to work as part-time Package Handlers. This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering and sliding packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. Part-time employees for these shifts usually work 3.5 - 5 hours each weekday (Monday through Friday) and typically do not work on weekends or selected holidays.
Package Handlers receive a competitive hourly rate and also an attractive benefits package. Please note that these opportunities are part-time only working approximately 17 1/2 – 20 hours per week. Employees can expect to take home between $140.00 and $170.00 each week after deductions have been taken for taxes, etc. In addition, employees hired for these particular shifts in 2015 (associated with this posting only) are eligible to receive a $100/week retention bonus beginning on July 6th, provided they work through December 31, 2015. A lump-sum bonus payment will be made to qualifying employees in January 2016. There may also be opportunities available for time and a half (1.5x hourly rate) if employees work a 6th day, and double time (2x hourly rate) if employees work 7th day.
UPS provides an excellent employment opportunity for students. Through the UPS Earn & Learn program, our student employees receive all the paid benefits of a great part-time job with UPS, plus outstanding education assistance of up to $2,625 per semester / $5,250 per year with a maximum lifetime benefit of $25,000. This assistance can be used for tuition, books and fees as long as you are attending an approved college, university, trade or technical school. You will be eligible for the Earn & Learn program on your first day of work.
If the shifts listed above do not work within your schedule we do have other twilight, night and sunrise shifts available that offer different programs. Please click here to view:
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