Parcel Delivery Mailman

Parcel Delivery Mailman

Big Joe

Bronx, NY

Male, 31

I work in NYC for the USPS. I drive a 2 ton box truck and deliver packages that are too large for the regular letter carrier to take. I've been on my assignment for 5 years and a postal worker for almost 10. I spend most of my day running up and down stairs with heavy packages. I have to be on constant alert for dogs. Especially in apartment buildings with narrow hallways. I have lots of great customers and I love my job. All of my opinions are my own and I DO NOT speak for my employer.

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Last Answer on May 23, 2013

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You're a good writer, and it sounds like you've been on the job awhile. Are you looking to continue delivering, or move toward mgmt positions? (That's not meant to be a leading question - if you love what you do, you're doing better than most!)

Asked by Anne (Weehawken) about 6 years ago

 

How do I go about becoming a postal delivery person?

Asked by Tracey W. about 5 years ago

 

Package sent (Tracking # 9114 9999 4431 3336 2282) address was in error. on the package it has 523 King Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980. The person to receive it is Roxanne Power at 513 King Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980 and her phone number is 540-849-6932

Asked by Roxine Booker almost 4 years ago

 

Im new with post office. When someone has a package in the mailbox to be returned, how do you scan it in as picked up?

Asked by Newman almost 5 years ago

 

In my previous question the tracking number is: 9114 9999 4431 3336 2282 82 . The local Brazotia, Texas Post Office number is: 481490422-0095. Sender is Roxine Booker, 205 Ave C, Brazoria, TX 77422-9327 979-798-6000, email: roxieb65@gmail.com

Asked by Roxine Booker almost 4 years ago

 

Mailman Big Joe, where did you go? No longer answering questions? Did you get thrown in jail for theft of peoples mail? lol

Asked by Newman almost 5 years ago

 

how can we determine the origin of registered mail by the pink slip the postman left

Asked by mike tomlinson almost 4 years ago