Define your future and deliver a world of possibilities, one doorstep at a time. As a UPS Driver, you're an ambassador to the community, to neighbors and to friends. As part of our worldwide fleet, you put a face and a voice to UPS's global initiatives with a warm smile, a friendly greeting and impeccable service.
Fitting every piece in place, UPS Mechanics ensure we're able to meet and exceed all challenges, efficiently and effectively. Whether it's supporting UPS’s world-class fleet or maintaining our infrastructure and facilities, each day brings a wealth of exciting new opportunities.
And you'll know the rewards of keeping our wheels rolling every day. In fact, approximately 82% of the UPS workforce is involved in freight and package handling, driving motor vehicles, or both. And of course, there are ample Seasonal Jobs during the winter holiday season for Part-time Package Handlers and Driver Helpers.
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. You’ll even enjoy a wealth of other newsworthy benefits, including:
Health and wellness benefits
Significant employee discount on Verizon Wireless
Preferred pricing on Dell and Panasonic products
A wide range of deep merchant discounts on automotive, apparel, jewelry, financial and travel-related services.
What You Need
This is no walk in the park. It may be fun and exciting, but it’s also physical and fast-paced. You must pass a DOT physical exam and have the ability to operate a standard (manual) transmission vehicle. Luckily, you’ll also have a trusty Delivery Information Acquisition Device (DIAD) by your side to coordinate, track and plan your deliveries. And that means smooth sailing all the way, every day.
Please note that certain positions may also require additional qualifications, such as a commercial drivers license (“A” or “B”), Department of Transportation certifications (“Hazmat”, “Doubles”, etc.) or the ability to lift, lower and maneuver packages between 25 and 70 lbs. depending on the roll.
So, if you’re ready to lace up your work boots for a job that’s equal parts reward and challenge, let us show you how we can make the world work better, together.