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Package Handlers and Walkers

Hefty benefits for heavy lifting. Being a Package Handler at UPS is all about keeping the process running smooth and on schedule, around the clock. And whether you work full time or part time, you’ll collaborate with a team of hardworking individuals, do what you do best and know your efforts are having an impact on a global scale. In fact, approximately 82% of the UPS workforce is involved in freight and package handling, driving motor vehicles, or both.

Of course, there are ample Seasonal Jobs during the winter holidays for Part-time Package Handlers and Driver Helpers. And as one of the most crucial positions at UPS, Driver Helpers will enjoy a wealth of opportunities as they assist in delivering millions of packages in the busiest of months.

What to Expect

With our unique promote-from-within culture, you’ll always find exciting new opportunities at every level of the organization. From training and education to growth and empowerment, you have the freedom to forge a career path that can take you anywhere you want to go.

Great news for college students and parents—our part-time employees usually work 3 to 4 hours a day, Monday through Friday. And with a variety of shifts throughout the day and evening, it leaves plenty of time in your life to enjoy… well… life!

What You Need

In this physical and fast-paced position, package handlers continually lift, lower and slide package between 25 and 70 lbs. Great for college students and parents, part-time employees usually work 3 to 4 hours a day, Monday through Friday. We also offer a variety of shifts throughout the day and evening to help make the world work better for you.

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