Postal Jobs in Baton Rouge, Louisiana are widely sought after by many job seekers. US Postal Service jobs can be found at Baton Rouge post offices or other postal locations.
The US Postal Service has frequent job openings in Baton Rouge, Louisiana at many of its local facilities. USPS jobs are sought after because of their benefits(including retirement programs) and competitive pay rates. To secure a job with the Post Office, however, you will have to take and pass a postal exam and pass a background check.
Current open positions with the US Postal Service in Baton Rouge, LA are listed below:
Baton Rouge, LA – USPS Job Openings
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Baton Rouge, LA Post Office Locations
There are many post offices and postal facilities in and around the Baton Rouge, LA area. View our map and listing of Baton Rouge post offices below:
4500 Government St
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
8101 Bluebonnet Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
235 Marilyn Dr
Baton Rouge, LA 70815
900 N 3rd St
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
13515 Hooper Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70818
10380 Perkins Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
9135 Cortana Pl
Baton Rouge, LA 70815
General Mail Facility
8101 Bluebonnet Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
5200 Longfellow Dr
Baton Rouge, LA 70805
Main Office Downtown Unit
750 Florida St
Baton Rouge, LA 70801
10936 Old Hammond Hwy
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
7980 Plank Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70811
4535 Bennington Ave
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
4700 Millwood Dr
Baton Rouge, LA 70817
About Baton Rouge Louisiana
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Baton Rouge Louisiana News
Baton Rouge is a vibrant city! Here is some of the latest news:
OAKDALE, La. (AP) — A southwestern Louisiana city may have run afoul of the state’s constitution when it gave its workers a one-time pay supplement that cost nearly $41,000, according to an independent financial audit.
The city of Oakdale could have violated a Louisiana Constitution provision governing how public funds can be spent, accountant Royce Scimemi found.
The American Press reports about 60 workers received the one-time pay supplement, which was approved by the city council and mayor in November 2018. No elected officials got the bonuses.
Mayor Gene Paul and City Clerk Lisa Schaefer said they’ve requested a legal opinion from the attorney general’s office to determine whether the adjustments were allowed — and to prevent any future potential violations.
Schaefer said the city’s attorney believed the the spending was allowed.
“We know we can’t give bonuses, and that was not our intentions,” Schaefer said. “We wanted to be able to reward them for good performance while living within the budget. Our attorney came back to us and said, ‘Yes, we can do this as a one-time adjustment for future services in order to meet the criteria of the Constitution.’”
WASHINGTON - The LSU football team took over social media Friday thanks to their visit to the White House. But it wasn't just their meeting with Donald Trump that whipped up a social media storm.
Shortly after the team's visit with the president, a video shared on social media showed several players doing the "Get the Gat" dance popularized by the football team alongside an unidentified woman.
The mystery woman has garnered just as much attention on Twitter as the players themselves, with dozens of users trying to figure out just who she is.
Who is the lady?— Kajun Kannabis ?????? (@KajunKannabis) January 17, 2020
Who is the woman dancing in the video?— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) January 17, 2020
WBRZ confirmed through sources the woman is Gemi Bordelon, wife of former LSU and NFL player Ben Bordelon. The Bordelons have close ties to members of Louisiana's congressional delegation. The family lives in Lafourche Parish near Coach Orgeron's hometown.
SLIDELL - State troopers responded to a fatal crash involving several vehicles along Interstate 12 westbound near US 11 in St. Tammany Parish, late Friday night.
The crash claimed the life of 77-year-old Grace Barthel and 55-year-old Ronald Destgermain.
According to the initial investigation, state troopers believe the crash occurred as a Dodge Durango, driven by 35-year-old Nicholas Romain of Lacombe, was traveling westbound on Interstate 12 in the left lane and came to a stop in the left lane with Romain unresponsive in the driver’s seat. This resulted in a four vehicle rear-end crash involving a Toyota Tacoma, a Honda Accord driven by Barthel, and an Audi A6.
Barthel along with her passenger, Destgermain, sustained fatal injuries and were pronounced deceased on the scene. The driver along with a passenger of the A6 received serious injuries and were transported to an area hospital. Romain and the driver of the Tacoma were not injured.
Impairment is suspected on the part of Romain. The driver of the Tacoma provided a breath sample that showed no evidence of alcohol.
Romain was arrested and booked under vehicular homicide charges.
BATON ROUGE - LSU says students will have to make up the two days they had off for the National Championship.
The registrar's office sent the following message to students, Friday morning:
Due to classes being cancelled on Jan. 13 and 14 for the national championship, the university will hold two make-up class days in order to ensure that the spring semester meets the minimum number of required class days. The make-up days will be held on two Saturdays: Jan. 25 and Feb. 8. This allows LSU to make up the days without interfering with the Mardi Gras holiday or spring break.
(The changes listed in this message do not apply to students at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center. The Law Center will contact its students directly about make-up classes. In the meantime, law students should contact the Dean’s office with questions.)
The make-up class day for Monday, Jan. 13, will be Saturday, Jan. 25.
The make-up class day for Tuesday, Jan. 14, will be Saturday, Feb. 8.
Courses will be held at the same time and place where they normally occur, unless students are explicitly informed otherwise.
Students who have unavoidable conflicts on these Saturdays should contact their professors as soon as possible. Professors may require documentation for missing the make-up days, and students who need guidance on getting appropriate documentation should contact Student Advocacy and Accountability (Tracy Blanchard, Tblanch@lsu.edu or Alyssa Jacobs, Anzalone1@lsu.edu).
The cancellations on Jan. 13 and 14 also affect the academic and registration calendars. Please take note of the new deadlines below.
Monday, Jan. 27
This marks the final date to receive a 90% refund of University fees.
This is the deadline for dropping courses without receiving a grade of “W;” deadline is 4:30 p.m.
This marks the last day to add courses; deadline is 4:30 p.m.
This marks the final date for changes from regular to pass/fail grading.
This marks the final date to transfer from UCFY to a senior college or from one senior college to another.
This marks the final day to change from credit to audit.
This marks the final date to invoke the grade exclusion policy for spring courses.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana USPS Job Overview
Working for the US Postal Service is a dream for many people looking for a new job/career. A job with the USPS can often provide a good salary, excellent benefits, career opportunities and job security.
Requirements for US Postal Service Jobs
There are a few requirements that apply to jobs with the US Postal Service – but they are pretty easy to meet. In general, you must be over 18 and a US Citizen or permanent resident. Applicants are also required to pass a medical check, drug screen, and background check. If the specific job requires driving, you will need a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. You can learn more by checking out our detailed Postal Service Job requirements.
Post Office Pay and Benefits
The US Postal Service offers an excellent salary and benefits package for most employees. The base salary varies by position, but does include regular salary increases, overtime pay, and increased pay rates for night shift or for working on Sundays. There are many more benefits of working for the postal service.
Available Positions with the Post Office
The heart of every post office job is the processing and delivery of mail and packages. There are, however, traditional corporate jobs available in marketing, finance, logistics, IT and other areas. In addition, the post office has special programs for military personnel, recent graduates and current students. A complete overview of USPS positions will provide all the details.
How to Ace the Postal Exam
An exam is given to the majority of applicants for new post office positions. The most common exam is the Postal Exam 473 which is required for the following positions: mail processing clerk, mail handler, city carrier, and sales/service/distribution associates. Learn how to pass your Postal Exam here.