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Ukrposhta offers more than 3 000 new jobs for Ukrainians

Despite the pandemic and the crisis, Ukrposhta continues to work as usual, following the quarantine rules and does not stop hiring workers. Moreover, the company is ready to provide jobs for more than 3,000 Ukrainians.

Among the most popular vacancies are postmen, drivers, sorters, post office managers and operators, regional managers, and analysts.

Ukrposhta offers its employees:

– official employment;

– career growth opportunities;

– stable wages;

– safe working conditions (which is especially important during a pandemic).

Like current employees, future professionals will be provided with all necessary personal protective equipment.

In addition, branch staff, postmen, couriers, drivers, and other employees who are in direct contact with customers receive an additional 15% bonus. They also have health insurance in the case of COVID-19.

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, the need to attract new specialists in various infrastructure and related fields reaches 150 thousand. This was announced by the Minister of Infrastructure Vladyslav Krykliy.

“Perhaps the most important task of the Government, especially in the context of the COVID-19 crisis, is to provide people with the necessary number of jobs, decent pay, and safe working conditions. About 38,000 road specialists are involved in Ukravtodor to upgrade Ukrainian roads. This will create another 120,000 jobs in related industries. More than 3,000 vacancies have been opened by Ukrposhta. We make every effort to ensure that people have jobs at such a difficult time, we’re increasing occupational safety and social guarantees for our employees”, said Vladyslav Krykliy.

Natalia Tolub

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