Canada Post is Hiring Across Canada & You Don't Need A High School Diploma For Some Roles
What if we said you could work with the company that brought Canadians over 1 million packages a day through the holidays and beyond?
Best of all for some of these jobs you may not even need a high school diploma to make some cool cash.
Here are four provinces where they're hiring right now with gigs that could be right up your alley!
Letter Carrier (Quebec)
Who Should Apply: If you are a friendly face who enjoys meeting people and being out and about all year round this is the place to work!
The job consists of sorting and preparing mail for the day before loading up for delivery.
To snag this job you'll need to have a valid driver's license and a safe driving record in the last three years, be willing to work in all weather conditions and be able to read, write and speak English or French.
You do not need a high school diploma for this position.
Post Office Assistant (Ontario)
Who Should Apply: This is position is ideal for someone with experience in customer service. Applicants can expect to sell postal products, sort mail, solve problems with deliveries or service difficulties.
To be considered you will need to have a high school diploma, some knowledge of accounting systems and be physically able to lift mail containers.
Postal Clerk (B.C)
Who Should Apply: This gig will see to it that you put on different hats as you will be asked to perform a variety of jobs that include performing sales services, working with a computer point of sale system, keeping floor displays neat and tidy, doing merchandise inventory and processing financial transactions.
You will also receive, sort through and compile mail items.
Similar to another posting, you do not need a high school diploma to get the job, just experience in a retail environment.
Post Office Assistant (Saskatchewan)
Who Should Apply: The right candidate for this job will be in charge of selling postal products and services, sort through mail and be a problem solver when issues arise in relation to deliveries.
To make this job yours, you'll first need a high school diploma (or an equivalent certificate) and/or experience in business administration.
Retail experience is also important in order to work with sales transactions. You must also be able to carry heavy things and be willing to stand for a long period of time.