USPS wants to hire individuals who are reliable and also those who are willing to work hard to get the job done right. You want them to know that you fit the profile of the type of candidate for which they are looking. But first, you want to butter them up a little bit! After a bit of research, you will learn about their mission to create new products and services to meet the needs of their customers.
They strive to keep up with the latest technology to make sure packages and mail are delivered as quickly as possible. Review the website and then consider checking out what people are saying about them on glassdoor.com. If you are impressed by the employee reviews, talk about their reputation. Companies love to hear about the good things future employees are looking forward to experiencing! It makes them feel good and shows you are not looking for just any job. Find two the three positive qualities about the company and talk about how they excite or impress you.
"I want to work for USPS for a few reasons. First, you have a solid reputation in the logistics industry, and second, you are an undeniable leader. Third, I saw many great employee and customer reviews. I would be proud to work for such a well-established organization."