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
Louisiana Lottery Corporation(30+ days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
- Department Head
Louisiana State University(11 days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
- Operations & Admissions Manager
Louisiana Resource Center for Educators(24 days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
BXS Insurance(30+ days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
NRG Energy(20 days ago)New Roads,LA
Hargrove Engineers + Constructors(30+ days ago)Geismar,LA
- Creative Services Motion Graphics Coordinator
Louisiana State University(30+ days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
- Assistant Estimator
Coastal Bridge Company LLC(30+ days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
- IT Operations Support Inventory Control Specialist
Turner Industries(13 days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
- Patient Care Technician – PCT
Fresenius Medical Care(30+ days ago)Baton Rouge,LA
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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:
DENHAM SPRINGS - City officials in Denham Springs are taking steps to get homeowners federal dollars. The money would be put toward either lifting or buying out houses to prevent future flooding.
“The whole idea is to eliminate as many homes that could possibly flood, so that FEMA doesn't have to pay out any more losses,” said Mayor Gerard Landry.
Landry says this is the first time they're taking advantage of the Hazard Mitigation Assistance program, administered through FEMA.
“We found out we can do it on our own, so that’s why we're doing it this way,” he said.
The annual grant would provide $1,636,118 to those who have flood more than once. This year, 10 homeowners are applying. Eight are looking to elevate their homes, two are looking for a buyout.
City Council approved the applications during their Tuesday night meeting. The applications will now go to FEMA. Mayor Landry says they could get results on who was accepted by May.
Some of the homeowners may have to match the funds. That depends on the how often, and how badly they flood. That amount ranges from 10 percent to 25 percent of the cost.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A World War II veteran is on a mission to travel all 50 states as part of an effort to raise awareness about the dwindling number of living veterans from that war.
Sidney Walton, of San Diego, met Tuesday with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards at the Commander's Palace restaurant.
The 99-year-old Walton started his tour in March. As he visits each state, he's been meeting with governors (17 so far), and regular people.
His son Paul is traveling with him, and says his dad always regretted missing an opportunity when he was younger to meet a group of the last surviving Civil War veterans.
Walton will turn 100 on February 11 and plans to visit the White House that day.
DENHAM SPRINGS - More than two years after the 2016 flood, some roadways in Livingston Parish are finally getting repaired. Crews were out and about in Denham Springs on Monday with heavy machinery ready to go.
"Glory hallelujah!" resident Charles Holdeman said. "Glad to see them here."
Dixie Street is one of several roads under construction.
"It was very bad," Holdeman added. "We had holes, some were three to five inches deep."
Even though the damaged streets are inside city limits, the parish stepped in to make the repairs.
"They don't mind spending money if it goes to asphalt," Livingston Parish Councilman John Wascom told WBRZ. "As of last week at the parish council meeting, we adopted a budget of $8 million to go towards road overlay in this parish."
Holdeman says he doesn't care where the money is coming from, he's just happy to see the work finally getting done.
"It's well overdue," Holdeman added. "We've been wanting this to be done for at least a year and a half."
BATON ROUGE - On Tuesday, one non-profit organization handed out hundreds of toys and boxes of food to those in need.
Alisha Williams, a single mother, couldn't be more grateful. She took her three-year-old daughter, Aniyah, to the Christmas charity event presented by HOPE Ministries.
A few years ago, Aniyah was fighting for her life in the hospital. She was diagnosed with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a severe respiratory tract infection.
"She was hospitalized for RSV," Williams said. "She died but then came back, then they had to incubate her."
It all happened around Christmas, a time Williams will never forget. But on Tuesday, Aniyah rushed into a room packed with toys. Her mother was overwhelmed with gratitude.
"It's fantastic," Williams said. "I am so thankful. Low-income, single mom doing it all by myself. It's a great help."
HOPE Ministries gave out nearly 400 toys, and provided meals to 100 families around the capital city.
BATON ROUGE - Officials say a man who shot a mother of four, paralyzing her from the chest down, has been sentenced to 45 years in prison.
According to District Attorney Hillar Moore, Carl Thompson, Jr., was sentenced Tuesday in the February 2017 shooting of his then-girlfriend, Angela Gabriel.
Investigators said Thompson shot Gabriel multiple times as she was bathing in a tub following an argument. One of her children was inside the home at the time of the attack
Thompson turned himself in immediately after the shooting.
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.