Postal employees will find abundant employment, benefits, and retirement
guidance plus links to valuable resources to help them throughout their
career and in retirement. Postal employee's retirement benefits are generous
and this site will direct you to the resources you need to make critical
decisions before and after you retire about your retirement options, health,
and life insurance coverage.
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) manages postal retirements and you
will be able to continue generous postal employee's health benefits, as long
as you were enrolled in the program for the last five years. You can also
continue life insurance coverage and if you participated in the
Savings plan you have many withdrawal options to consider.
Postal Employees' Support Menu
Service Job Promotions & Advancement (Article by Linda
Ledgerwood, retired Postal Service)
2015 Excel Leave and Schedule Chart (Track
actual leave balances for retirement target dates)
Planning Assistance - Receive a
FREE "Personal Summary of Benefits Analysis."
A retirement planning adviser will help you
learn more about retirement planning strategies specific to your
personal situation. They will sit down with you to discuss your
retirement questions, and collect the data necessary to prepare your
FREE Personal Summary of Benefits. The
Sample Summary of Benefits will show you just how beneficial this
service is for Postal employees planning their retirement and retirees
that need assistance. (If there isn't an advisor in your immediate area,
someone will call to discuss your situation who can service your needs
from an area close by.)
Business and industry government jobs
Equipment, facilities and services government jobs
Labor & trades government jobs
Electronics technician and engineering government jobs
Jobs - Search
for related federal government jobs. With the Postal Service
downsizing it is a good time to look at transferring to a federal
government job in the competitive or excepted service. You will be able
to transfer your annual and sick leave balances to your new position
plus your FERS retirement system will continue with your new job.
Federal & Postal
Workers Career Development Center
- You can now submit reassignment requests with the
Postal Service at
http://www.usps.com/employment/ereassign.htm. Visit this site to
submit your request, to follow up on the status of your requests,
and to view each district's offices and positions.
Each request can be for up to five offices
and positions within a specified district (you will be required to
specify an office and position that you would like reassign to).
eReassign will electronically send your request to the Human
Resources Office that is responsible for handling reassignment
requests for that district.
Federal Resume Writing Service
- Individual Development Plans assist current
postal and federal employees to
evaluate and achieve their short and long term career goals.
Visitors are guided through the IDP planning process and learn how to
compile and evaluate their personal assessment, complete an Individual Development Plan
(IDP), prepare for interviews, complete their
application including KSA development, networking techniques, and
Charge of Your Federal Career
- An IDP Workbook - A practical, action-oriented, career management
workbook for federal employees.
- Use this professional resume writing service for
the 20% of jobs that aren't tested.
- Transferring to the competitive federal civil
Style Resume writing - Step-by-step guidance including KSAs.
- Visit http://federaljobs.net for information on how to locate and bid
on federal civil service jobs with other agencies
Forms, associations, and informative websites