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Top 25 USPS Interview Questions

Question 1 of 25
What is your greatest strength?
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Question 2 of 25
If I ask you to do something in a way you are not used to, how would you handle this?
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"I would make sure I was clear about what you were asking me to do first. I may even ask you to show me if I'm not clear. I always listen carefully when someone is teaching me something new or asking me to do things in a different way to make sure I will perform the task as directed."
"I would make sure I was clear about what you were asking me to do first. I may even ask you to show me if I'm not clear. I always listen carefully when someone is teaching me something new or asking me to do things in a different way to make sure I will perform the task as directed." This question gives you a chance to show off your ability to listen and respond according to what you are being asked to do. Listening is a skill that requires paying close attention and observing. Thinking of an example might help you to process in your mind the way you would handle a situation such as this. Writing down your example will help you be even more prepared!
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Question 3 of 25
Why do you want to work for USPS?
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We cannot stress enough the importance of doing your homework before an interview! USPS wants 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 they are looking for. But first, you want to butter them up a little bit! After a little 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.
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Question 4 of 25
Tell me about yourself.
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Question 5 of 25
Tell me about your work experience.
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Question 6 of 25
How do you handle unexpected situations that might cause you to be late for work?
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Question 7 of 25
Give me an example that demonstrates your attention to detail.
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Question 8 of 25
On busy days, how do you manage your daily tasks?
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Question 9 of 25
Tell me about a time you worked with a group to accomplish a goal.
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Question 10 of 25
Give me an example of how you have been reliable in the past.
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Question 11 of 25
Tell me about a time when you gave excellent customer service.
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Question 12 of 25
What challenges do you anticipate in this new role?
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Question 13 of 25
How would you handle an irate customer?
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Question 14 of 25
Tell me about a your greatest achievement so far.
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Question 15 of 25
What is you greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve?
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Question 16 of 25
What are your career goals?
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Question 17 of 25
Do you work well under pressure?
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Question 18 of 25
What motivates you to work hard?
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Question 19 of 25
How would your former employer describe you?
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Question 20 of 25
Tell me about a situation where you dealt with an upset customer. How did you handle it?
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Question 21 of 25
Why is it important to offer great customer service at the post office?
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Question 22 of 25
Are you willing to work overtime, nights, weekends?
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Question 23 of 25
How would you handle conflict with a coworker?
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Question 24 of 25
Give me an example of how you manage your time.
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Question 25 of 25
Describe your ideal manager.
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Question 1 of 25
What is your greatest strength?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
My greatest strength is my Keen attention to details. I am often told that I should become a police office because I never miss anything . This I think is an excellent strength because it makes me less likely to make mistakes.
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My greatest strenth is my work ethic. I work hard, efficiently, and I am able to work alone without someone having to tell me to get my daily tasks done.
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My positivity and optimistic/ can do attitude. I have overcome alot of adversity and challenges in my life, specifically the last 6 years. I have remained positive and dedicated to making my life better.
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My greatest strength I say would be communicating and being a great listener. People tend to come to me for advise.
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My greatest strength is communication I enjoy interacting with people.
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I’m adaptable, I can easily work with any group of people with different personalities, quick on my feet, can easily handle different weather conditions, rain, sleet, snow, high winds, intense rainstorms. Also if something changes with usual routine willing to compromise to make things work for the better.
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My greatest strength would be my fast-paced, efficient work habits. While I worked for the yellow pages, I was able to help out the receptionist and the ad copy departments as well as doing my own work. When I worked for Capitol Coffee, I could assist in deliveries when needed also. I am always able to give assistance while also getting my own work done.
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I'm a quick learner I adapt to changes very quickly I am dependable, punctual, a team player and I am very organized.
Question 2 of 25
If I ask you to do something in a way you are not used to, how would you handle this?
Question 3 of 25
Why do you want to work for USPS?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
The position is something that I have always been interested in, it is out of my comfort zone which will push me harder to succeed.
2.
I chose to apply for the USPS so I can finally start a career that will be rewarding. The USPS is the second largest employer in the United States and the job security, benefits, and competitive pay offer a lot for me.
3.
The post office is one of the largest employers in the us country, I am a motivated person and like to always learn something new.
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To work with a diversity of people and advancement for growth.
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I chose to apply because the job was exactly what I am looking for. It is very close to home, has perfect hours, the pay is great, and I enjoy working by myself.
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I am looking for a stable, permanent job that I can retire from. I relied on USPS
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Because I have a great deal of respect for the post office and admire how organize they are. I like to be part of serving the community.
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I'm looking for a career that I can advance in and grow with the company.
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I have always wanted to work for usps, and I seen there was an opportunity to utilize my skills.
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I am currently unemployed, and I saw a add for hire. I have always wanted to become a part of the team.
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Job security and benefits with good pay.
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Because USPS deliver high quality services and provide excellent customer experiences.
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Wanting to become a part of a team that is consistent every day for the satisfaction of the costumers.
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Looking for new career that will lasts and secure.
15.
Federal job lots of opportunities to grow and I like to deal with people.
Question 4 of 25
Tell me about yourself.
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1.
In my former job I cared for people with developmentally disabilities. These are disabilities that occur before the age of 20. I also job coach the individual which placed me in several different work environment.
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As a customer service you will help the customers what is their looking for, what they needs and satisfied the result.
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I was a branch manager, provided the utmost respect to patients and customers on a daily basis, traveled to patients home when needed, controlled cash register, accounts receivable.
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Delivery auto parts to different parts of the county.
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My previous job was very fast paced and required me to stay on my feet, multi-task, and keep the customers happy for 12+ hours a day. I very much enjoyed being around my boss and co-workers. There was always something to be done and to be done in a timely manner. I loved my previous job and hope to be able to love the one I applied for.
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I am currently unemployed. I have had many jobs and I am looking for a job that I can retire from. I have extensive customer service skills and enjoy people.
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I am currently a child care provider. I care for children in my home.
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I worked in a hospital working with patients on a daily basis retrieving vitals and reporting to the nurse.
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I audit medical records to retrieve documents for insurance companies.
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I'm a machinist that deals with very small tolerances, which is a very tedious job. You have to have patience when dealing in this line of work.
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I am a permit coordinator. I am responsible for obtaining permits.
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Scanned labels, weight boxes, made usps labels. Packaged goods.
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I am a tooling specialist where I put out jobs for cnc operators and make sure they have the best tools for their jobs.
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Work as a cook, supervisor I was employee of the mont year 2000 and I also was on aposter for advertising to work for the company.
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When I worked at the hospital as a cashier. I had to speak and discuss bills with customers frequently. I had to be able to handle upset people and offer a solution. I was also trusted with handling payments.
Question 5 of 25
Tell me about your work experience.
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I my previous job I was out doors alot while job coaching individuals that were maintaining parking lots and picking up carts. I also dealt people who had severe behavioral problem and needed lots of patience to calm down. I feel that my pass experience prepared me for the heat in which this work is to be done and prepared me for the customers that may be angry.
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Dealing with customers, fast paced enviroment, problem solving, being alone, and taking on new responsiblites.
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In every job I have held Customer Service was the most important aspect. Besides learning the details and obtaining knowledge being able to assist the customer and provide the information they need I know that when the customers leaves satisfied they will be back.
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A lot soarting mail, shipping, priority mail fed-ex ups everything except packing.
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In my current job I have to be organized and pay close attention to details. The post office is a fast pace environment which I am use to.
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I was working with people on a daily basis interacting with them daily.
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I deal with customers all the time even if it is in the medical office. Being polite to the office contact.
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My job consist of being quick, and working with others to complete a job.
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Has worked in different climatic conditions, and has to interact with people, has to be alert at all times, job is very tedious.
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My previous job related a lot with this position, because every day I have to deal with different situation with the resident, and commercial clients.
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I drove to county offices to obtain permits. Also had customer service skills.
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I've scanned boxes that needed to be weight and made ups labels for them checking to make sure the label was correct. The label should of matched the address that was on the box.
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I provide services to people whom I am working with or for.
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I feel that my insurance job has prepared me in that there are very definite regulations that are to be followed. This is something that I feel I am good at.
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Taking care of customers. They are your #1 priority regardless of where you work.
Question 6 of 25
How do you handle unexpected situations that might cause you to be late for work?
Question 7 of 25
Give me an example that demonstrates your attention to detail.
Question 8 of 25
On busy days, how do you manage your daily tasks?
Question 9 of 25
Tell me about a time you worked with a group to accomplish a goal.
Question 10 of 25
Give me an example of how you have been reliable in the past.
Question 11 of 25
Tell me about a time when you gave excellent customer service.
Question 12 of 25
What challenges do you anticipate in this new role?
Question 13 of 25
How would you handle an irate customer?
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I would assess the situation, calm the customer down, determine the cause of the customer being irate and listen to the customer, take correct actions that are appropriate for that particular circumstance at hand and make sure the customer leaves happy.
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Listen to the problem at hand see what I can do first and also get management involved as well.
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I have handled and angry customer before so like the times before I would figure out what the problem was, do my best to fix it, all while trying to calm the customer down and try to get them in a better mood, after fixing the issue I would make sure the customer leaves happy and keep the problem from happening again.
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Listening to them, trying my best to solve their issue.
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Listen to their concerns, stay calm and provide accurate answers.
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Asking what's the problem and if I can fix it fix it and if not reasuring that I wold find out how we can.
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I listen and try to help the customer. If I can't solve the problem I would get my supervisors help.
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I would handle it calmness and to try to diffuse the situation and help the customer as best as I can.
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I would keep a smile on my face and politely talk to them.
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I would tell them calmly that I am sorry they are not happy and ask what it is I can do. If its something I can't help them with, I would get someone in charge.
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First of all, listen to him or her, try to understand why is son irate, and bring time to calm down and then find a solution.
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I would be very pleasant and do what I can to make them happy.
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Listen to them, understand why they are upset and assist them the best way I can.
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I will make sure I can satisfy the customers request by doing the best I can.
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I take care of the needs of the costumer as far as I can take it and to make sure he or she its pleassed.
Question 14 of 25
Tell me about a your greatest achievement so far.
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Because of hardwork and loyalty I see myself Promoted and Successful bussinesswoman.
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As a full time usps employee,
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I see myself living on the same ranch as I do now, married to my boyfriend, training horses, and possibly caring for my children.
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I would love to be atleast supervisor in usps.
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Working with you guys and growing in this company like supervisor.
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In 5 years I see myself doing better than today and finishing school.
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I see myself working with a great company and excelling in my career.
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I'm a hard worker. My weakness is that I get stressed when I miss a deadline because someone else dropped the ball.
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In 5 years working up the next ladder beside being a city carrier.
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By then I will have liked to enhanced my knowledge at my job, and improved my skills and keep learning.
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Hopefully working full time at post office.
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Hopefully with a steady job that I enjoy working at.
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I see myself enjoying my job by knowing that a have a very secured job that can feed my children.
Question 15 of 25
What is you greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve?
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1.
I found being a branch manager that I am a perfectionist and that I had trouble in designating others to perform daily tasks in which they were fully capable of doing, it became easier once I allowed myself to do so.
2.
My greatest weakness is not standing up for myself. I tend to be more timid with confrontation. I am working on improving my assertiveness and realizing my self worth when confronted at work about problems. I have realized we are all the same and should be treated the same across the board.
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My greatest weakness would have to be getting exptrmely nervous in new situations with new people, such as this interview. I tend to overthink things and get myself worked up. I am trying to put myself in new situations, meet new people, and overcome my nervousness.
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I don't not I think some time we feel a little scare or nervous for something new but I think is normal and been focus always into what I do.
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I keep to myself I don't talk much, am trying to be friends with neighbors more.
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My greatness weakness would be not alway being able to please everyone.
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My weakness is being shy. I overcome my shyness by speaking up in a large group surrounding.
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I am too reactionary. I need to work on taking a breath and not responding immediately to every situation.
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Food, I am trying to work out more so that my hips don't get bigger.
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My last job as a manager had a lot of deadlines and made sure, that I was organized. I consider myself to work well with other, because its easier to achieve goals, when everyone works together.
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Doing to much at once without being organized. By organizing before I start helps improve what I need to get done.
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My greatest weakness is doing what I was told to do. I usually have hard times turning down tasks I was asked to do that dont relate to my job duties.
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In the past I was not responsible but I learn if you what to make it at anything you have to cover your shift unles emergency.
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I talk too much. I am working on keeping busy instead of chatting.
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Overthinking things, I'm trying to overcome that by going with my instinct and moving on.
Question 16 of 25
What are your career goals?
User-Submitted Answers
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I would like to become a post master general so starting out as a rural carrier would be beneficial to me.
2.
My career goals are to find my forever career home, a career with the usps has so many challenges and is a position that can keep me on my toes at all times.
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I have not had any career goals in the past because I never saw myself working there for a long period of time. With the post office I can see myself making a career and devoting my time to the USPS. With offers like opportunities for advancement I will surely make a great career out of it.
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My career goals are to be a successful horse trainer and wife. A job at the post office would not affect them, it would only better them because I would be able to take care of my horses and my future husband, as well as help with bills that need to be paid.
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My career goals are, Iwant to have a career position and move my way up in the usps, I want good retirement.
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I have a dream to work in reputed organization.USPS is my dream job and I have to give my best of best to work usps for long run.
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I am looking for a job that will allow me a steady income, schedule and stability that I can retire from. I believe that this USPS opportunity is a positive direction in my life goals.
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My career goal is go back to school and study pharmacy coding. If post office don't hire me they would lose having a responsible, reliable and honest worker.
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My career goal is to be the best at what I do and grow within the company. I would like to work and finish school.
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My career goal was to be working for a great company that has great Benifits and the post office would put right where I wanted to be in my career.
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To grow in this career. I have a family, I would like to have a good job, where I feel like I have the flexibility to stay where I'm at or when the timing is right move up, but I've never liked bouncing from job to job, I would like to work for another 25 years or so and retire, and am looking to do that in one profession.
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I am searching for a long-term relationship. I may not be in the same position as I am hired for, but I hope to stay with the same company and wear many hats.
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To provide a job with security to take care of my family, I was thinking of a career with the Post Office.
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T o be good at my job and work towards promotions, will improve my chances of achieving my goal.
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My career goals are to show off my abilities to deal with clients. To obtain a job that the service client is a must. If I applying for this job is because my career goals don't affect.
Question 17 of 25
Do you work well under pressure?
User-Submitted Answers
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Absolutely, I love a challenge.
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I work very well under pressure and love when I have a lot to do.
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Yes. My previous job was nothing but pressure.
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Yes I think I do better under pressure trying to resolve the issue at hand.
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Yes very well. When I am under pressure it makes my day go by real quick.
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Yes, I like having a set timeline, I can do both, but with a time line you know that certain things need to get done, so you have time for the next set of items. I always welcome more than I can handle than less.
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For the most part, yes, I do. I like having deadlines and meeting them. I like having numerous responsibilities and achieving them.
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Yes, I work well under pressure. I believe the pressure its necessary sometimes to escape of routine.
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Yes, being under pressure motivates me to work harder.
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Yes. In particular, one job I have, I am constantly under pressure.
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I would say I do. I just do what I need to do.
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Yes, I try not to allow pressure to get to me by working on the things at task. Focusing on getting the job done that I am here to do.
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I try to evaluate the situation and continue working to solve it.
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I try to control the situation, not let it control me.
Question 18 of 25
What motivates you to work hard?
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Knowing that I have a deadline to meet and have to complete a certain task before I can proceed to the next one.
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Ive always been a hard worker, was raised to work hard for my successes in life, as well as my family.
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The satisfaction of hard work for me is when I see progress. I love to see what I've been doing, completed. I am a hands on worker. I also need to be doing something to keep myself busy. Standing around is hard for me to feel like I'm working.
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I work hard because I enjoy making customers, my boss, and my family happy because of my hard work and accomplishments. I have a mind that insists I get thing done in a fast and orderly way.
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I am motivate by awaiting the outcome of my hard work.
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My family. I've always been a hard worker, it was how I was raised, my father said he didn't care if I picked up garbage on the side of the road or become a lawyer, take every job seriously and give it everything, because someone is counting on you make sure the job is done. But again, my family motivates me in everything. They are counting on me to provide for them, therefore I make sure I good job to ensure that they are taken care of.
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Myself. If I don't have a sense of accomplishment with my work, I am not satisfied.
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I'm a competitor, so I try to improve myself a little each day.
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To show my abilities, to learn every day, and improve my responsibilities.
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Self motivation, knowing I have to get something done before the deadline.
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It is my job to work hard and to make sure my work is done on time and are put in with my best efforts.
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Self achieving goals to challenge myself.
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Life. Life does stop when times get hard, so why should I
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Making myself better and betterof what I do.
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I want to perform well at my job because it reflects on the company.
Question 19 of 25
How would your former employer describe you?
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Outgoing, motivated, dependable.
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They would say I am reliable, dependable, a good team player as well as self motivated. Also they would mention my positive attitude I bring to work.
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My former boss would describe me as someone she would put in charge when she left and a hard worker who could handle almost any situation thrown at me.
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They said I am very punctual, dedicated and labourous.
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A very hard working person with good coalitions.
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As an honest, responsible, reliable fast worker.
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My former employer would say I'm a organize person. I step in when need and can always be counted on. They would say I'm energetic and fun to be around.
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Reliable. Lead changes happen frequently, especially when there are calls outs, sometimes when this occurs you are asked to come in early to provide backup to the officers. I've always been able to come in early and those days I can't I make sure I find someone to swap days with. Safety and Security is the number one thing emphasized at my current job and I do my part in making sure those officers aren't left alone.
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Well, I know they miss me at Capitol Coffee, so I would say that they would describe me as dependable and helpful.
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Great personality, energetic, dependable.
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As a responsible person, team player and an organized person.
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Great employee, dependable hard working.
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Always on time, Hard worker, dedicated to the job.
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Team player, unsupervised and are willing to learn new works or challenges.
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Responsible, committed to the company, self-sufficent.
Question 20 of 25
Tell me about a situation where you dealt with an upset customer. How did you handle it?
User-Submitted Answers
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While working int he group home a parent came in and was very angry about the clothing that her son was wearing. I spoke with her and explain to her that we encourage the individuals to choose their clothing. However, a staff will review is clothing and make sure is clothing are appropriate.
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Approach and talk to him nicely, give him other options what he needs and the customer leave satisfied and happy.
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A customer was upset that I did not have an item in my retail store, felt as though I should carry everything they are in need of, I explained that while we did not carry the items, if they could give me a few minutes I would be more than happy to make a few phone calls to several other suppliers who I thought might carry it.
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I talk to the customer and how can we make it better.
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Customer was upset that her insurance would work for her prescription, I took her aside for more privacy and called the insurance company and let them explain to her what the problem was and how she could fix it.
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The customer came in to pick up his order, not all of the order was in his bags and he got angry. To handle the situation I checked our paperwork as well as the order over again. Realizing that it was my fault I checked all the freezer again, found the missing packages, and sent a happy customer on his way.
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I listened and remained calm. I then gave answers and alternative solutions to their concern.
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A customer call really upset because she didn't get her picture of her dead father and they needed it for the next day, I told her let me track it and if we don't hear about it in a few hrs will shipped you another print o. N.
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I had a customer upset with me I calmly explained to them the situation and I tried to find a resolution to the problem.
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Years ago there was a policy where we couldn't swipe the customer card and they still insisted that I would swipe it for them, and I called my supervisor to ask was it ok to swipe the card.
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I use to be a server with Red Lobster so occasionally you would get an upset customer, you just keep smiling an calmly work it out.
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Customer was not satisfied with way work was done at her home, I assessed the situation and apologize to the customer then rectify the problems, the customer was satisfied with the result.
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Years ago, one resident come upset to the administrative office, I invite him to enter to the office, take seat and listen, take note, understand, take time to calm down and then explain him the reason for the infraction receive. At the end the resident, accept it, and follow the recommendation.
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When I worked for an insurance company a customer was upset about a claim and. Allen numerous times to have it corrected with no results. I brought her claim over to the processor and had her correct it and faxed corrected copy to her.
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When helping with an upset customer listen to what they have to say, understand why they're upset. If for some reason you cannot fix their problem give them tips and or advice and direct them to a person who can.
Question 21 of 25
Why is it important to offer great customer service at the post office?
User-Submitted Answers
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To keep the customer satisfy so they can continue doing business with the postal service.
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Great customer service is important at the usps because timely, friendly proactive service is required to enhance future business growth.
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So the customer will always like their service needed.
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It is very important to give great customer service because the community relies on the post office to get some of their business done. I would like to make someone's day rather than putting themin a bad mood because I cannot be pleasant.
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Usps is a reputed organization and usps direct link to individual and full fill their need as a pleasing manner.
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As with any interaction with people, it is important to not only be civil but to give accurate information. Customers want to get their business done quickly and have a pleasant interaction. Sometimes that is not possible because of numerous reasons, that being said is still the responsibility of front counter personnel to provide a friendly, efficient environment that proves the USPS is the best mail service that they can receive.
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Because customers are number one and because with out them we have no job.
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Because you are always going to be interacting with people many times a day.
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It is important because you would want the customer to feel welcome and good and they can tell there friends about the post office that they have good service.
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You are representing them. If you have great customer service, then you have a happy customer which will spread the word so you will get more customers.
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If customer is satisfied with service they will return, for service which is good for business.
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Because as an employee, we are the first impression of the agency and the customer is the essence of it.
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Having satisfied customers is my number one priority.
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I am there to work for them and make sure they are satisfied with the services I provide.
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It is our job to keep costumers happy they depent on us.
Question 22 of 25
Are you willing to work overtime, nights, weekends?
User-Submitted Answers
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Once, due to a car accident along the road. I called my supervisor and informed her.
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During the summer I actually lived at my place of work, so I was never late. During the winter the only thing that caused me to run late was if the weather was bad and I had to drive cautiously.
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My greatest weakness is handling things on my own without any help from other. I have been improving in this area by finding someone I can trust and ask them for help.
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At my previous job, I have an excellent record. When I went late, I notified with anticipation.
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I don't recall a time where I was late. I usually try and get there early to prevent being late.
Question 23 of 25
How would you handle conflict with a coworker?
User-Submitted Answers
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Determine what the issue might be, attempt to handle it accordingly with the coworker and if that failed I would request intervention from superior.
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I would really just talk with them and try to understand were the conflict was coming from and work it out.
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I would confront my co-worker and discuss why we are having a conflict and try to resolve the probem.
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Try to understand their point of view and try to come to a compromise.
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All depends if is me apologyze if they just no reason ignore it.
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I would not take it personal. I would listen and try to make it easy for us to work together. Ultimately solve any problem that has arises.
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I would try to resolve with my Co worker.
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I would take them to the side and see if we can come up with solution together.
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If I had a disagreement with someone I would just walk away and continue my job. If it got outta hand, that's where your supervisor would take care of things.
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A conflict with a co-worker, try to solve between us, but in case don't happen, always discuss with the supervisor.
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Speak to them and try to understand how to correct it.
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Try to understand the situation and work through it as best I can with him/her.
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Reselve it the best way I can and if that dont work ill have to get upper management involved.
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I'm not a trouble maker I will fing a way to fix it.
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I would try to make it work myself first. If if didn't get better after that, I would speak to a supervisor.
Question 24 of 25
Give me an example of how you manage your time.
User-Submitted Answers
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I am very efficient with time. I make plans and organize my time in such a way that it is well manage. For instant, my trip here is 2 hours. I gave myself three hours so I would be on time even if that means sitting and waiting.
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I am very efficient with time. I make plans and organize my time in such a way that it is well manage. For instant, my trip here is 2 hours. I gave myself three hours so I would be on time even if that means sitting and waiting.
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Yes, I am efficient with my time, as a branch manager I handled many tasks at the same time, I managed my time accordingly to be certain that all tasks at hand were complete.
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Yes. I try to mulitask so that things get done faster, as well as try out new methods of getting the task done to find the fastest way.
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I am very prompt, there were many days I have has.
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When I have extra time I'm always trying to find something else that needs to be done.
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I work with deadlines all the time. I find it pushes me harder when a have a hot job.
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Yes, I follow an agenda all the time, which allows me to list all my duties and organize my deadlines.
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Yes. Plan my Tass Yes Plan my tasks ahead of time.
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When pressed with time, I try and organize how to get it done and work my way through.
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I an very efficient with time given to me and also are willing to work at times that were asked to fullfilled.
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All I do at work I look for ways to mak it fast an efficient.
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Yes. I establish markers as to when certain things should be done by.
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I am efficient with my time, you only get 45 min to put orders in, so I would get orders in and still be answering call bells and phones.
15.
Spend a few moments planning the day ahead of time - make a list if possible of the accomplishments needed for the day and about how long to spend on each task -
Question 25 of 25
Describe your ideal manager.

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