not for the faint of heart
Rural Carrier Associate (voormalige medewerker) – Rockwall, TX – 9 november 2018
This is hard work people. This is a super fast paced, rigid environment. Start early, inspect vehicle, organize mail, parcels, sign for express mail, load truck, and head out. Depending on experience it may take 5-12 hours to run a route, it's up to you...moslty.
Management was pretty good, some better than others.
On the job training is helpful, as are your coworkers - on a good day.
The culture is intense, you have a small work space, bad lighting, lots of large equipment and sharp edges. You will definitely go home with bruises.
Hardest part of the job is people parking in front of the mail boxes and being treated like a degenerate. People have no idea how hard this job is and how blocking mail boxes makes it even harder.
Best part of the job is it's a head down, get the job done kind of work place, no time for office drama, your so busy it goes by fast.
If you can work in this environment its a great job, the pay is good, and if you get a career route, the benefits are amazing.
No drama, fast paced, pay and overtime pay
hard physical work, working in the elements no matter what