TITLE: Summer Intern Program (SIP)

SALARY RANGE: Freshmen/Sophomores - $10 per hour
Juniors/Seniors - $12 per hour
Graduate Students - $14 per hour

PERSONS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY: U.S. Postal Service Headquarters is announcing a
2004 Summer Intern Program (SIP) for college level freshmen, sophomores,
juniors, seniors, and graduate students. This program does not include high
school graduates.

HIRING/PLACEMENT: The positions to be filled will be noncareer, and the
interns will not receive benefits or promotional opportunities. Positions
will be filled based on area of preference and position availability. The
number of positions available will be determined by each functional area.

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: The SIP is being offered at headquarters and
headquarters field units.

FUNCTIONAL PURPOSE! : Provide students with an opportunity to gain
meaningful experience in their field of study along with financial support
for continuing their education, and allows the Postal Service to benefit
from each student's educational and academic skills.

REQUIREMENTS: Students must be enrolled full-time in a degree program at an
accredited college or university with the intent to continue their
education. A letter from your college or university advisor stating your
good standing, current level (i.e., freshman, sophomore, junior, senior,
etc.), and the number of completed full-time semester hours expected by
spring of 2004 must be submitted. Qualified candidates must successfully
pass a preemployment drug screening to meet the U.S. Postal Service
requirement to be drug free. You must be a U.S. citizen or have permanent
resident alien status.

DURATION: The program will be offered from May 3, 2004 through September 24,
200! 4. All students hired must commit to work a minimum of six(6)continuous
weeks. Students must be available to enter on duty no later than June 7, and
will be terminated no later than September 24.

ASHINGTON DC 20260-4261
Applicants must complete and submit PS Form 2591, Application for
Employment; PS Form 2181-A, Supplement to Application for Employment; and
Pre-employment screening/authorization and release, to the application
address for receipt on or before the closing date. Applicants are encouraged
to include the ZIP + 4 in their mailing address. The United States Postal
Service is an equal opportunity employer. The United States Postal Service
provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with
disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation! for any part of the
application, interview, and/or selection process, please contact the office
identified on the vacancy announcement. The decision on granting reasonable
accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.


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