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Virtual Career Fair for Front-line Supervisor Jobs
Welcome to the Postal Service's Virtual Career Fair for Front-line Supervisor Jobs Registration page!

This Career Fair is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to be a strong applicant.

Each Career Fair webinar will consist of the same 3 sessions:

• Applying for Supervisor Jobs and Responding to KSAs: Navigating the USPS Careers page and eCareer, profile creation, and writing effective KSAs to address requirements

• Interview Tips: An overview of interview best practices and how to hone interview skills in a live environment

• What to Expect in the Supervisor Role: An in-depth review of the supervisor role/responsibilities and potential career paths

Please note these Career Fairs are voluntary: You must be a current employee of the United States Postal Service (USPS) and attend while off the clock. Career Fairs are open to both career and non-career employees.

Registration is limited, so register today.

We look forward to having you!
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