9:00. >> WE ARE GRATEFUL. IT IS A HARD JOB. >> I AM GRATEFUL TO HAVE PEOPLE LIKE ALL OF YOU ALL OUT HERE. JENNIFER: AFTER MORE THAN 30 YEARS, A LOCAL MAILMAN WILL GO INTO THE NEW YEAR RETIRE TODAY, VINCE WILSON DROVE HIS LAST ROUTE FOR THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE. TOP HILL ROAD IN LOUISVILLE IS ON WILSON’S DAILY ROUTE. AND WHILE HIS JOB WAS TO DELIVER THE MAIL, HE ALSO BROUGHT THREE DECADES OF SMILES AND MEMORIES. TO CELEBRATE HIS RETIREMENT, THOSE LIVING IN THE AREA GAVE HIM A SPECIAL SEND OFF. >> EVERYBODY HERE SHOWED ME LOVE THE WHOLE TIME I HAVE BEEN HERE. I HAVE NEVER LET — NEVER MET PEOPLE LIKE THIS BEFORE IN MY LIFE. IT IS GOING TO BE A GREAT FEELING BUT I AM GOING TO MISS THE PEOPLE. I AM NOT GOING TO MISS THE POST OFFICE BUT I LOVE THE POST OFFICE. JENNIFER: AS FOR ADVICE TO HIS SUCCESSOR, WILSON SAID TRY NOT TO MAKE MISTAKES OR TAKE

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Need a job? USPS looking to fill more than 100 positions in Louisville

If you’re looking for a new gig, the United States Postal Service is hiring in Louisville.According to USPS, more than 100 city carrier assistant positions are available in the metro. Starting pay is $18.51, hourly, with health benefits, six paid federal holidays and earned vacation time.Military veterans can also receive Wounded Warrior Leave, if they are eligible through the Veterans Administration.Another way USPS is getting the word out about the open positions is through mail pieces that are being sent to residential addresses in the city.Click here for to apply on the USPS website.There is no fee to apply for a position with the Postal Service. Applicants should check email daily for USPS messaging once they submit job applications. Applicants also need to be at least 18 years of age, and pass a background check and medical assessment.Interested applicants can check the USPS jobs website for updated information.

If you’re looking for a new gig, the United States Postal Service is hiring in Louisville.

According to USPS, more than 100 city carrier assistant positions are available in the metro. Starting pay is $18.51, hourly, with health benefits, six paid federal holidays and earned vacation time.

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Military veterans can also receive Wounded Warrior Leave, if they are eligible through the Veterans Administration.

Another way USPS is getting the word out about the open positions is through mail pieces that are being sent to residential addresses in the city.

Click here for to apply on the USPS website.

There is no fee to apply for a position with the Postal Service. Applicants should check email daily for USPS messaging once they submit job applications. Applicants also need to be at least 18 years of age, and pass a background check and medical assessment.

Interested applicants can check the USPS jobs website for updated information.

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