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If you can survive your time as a CCA and not give up you have a really good chance of promotion to career especially if you work at a larger location. My advice is to never be absent and come in when they call you until you make regular.

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Previous employees get priority, but you still need to go through the hiring process like the first time you applied

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I have weekend free.

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Usually during the holiday season.

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November through January or just keep checking their website.

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I.T depends on your craft. If you are a mail handler(people that work in the postal plants who gather all the mail from different post offices in the area or district) or Clerk(over the counter/sort Mail and packages) you can definitely get full time before the other crafts but you will not make as much money as the other crafts and your schedule is up in the air as far as work hours. As far as CCA, Depending on your location I.T could be 6 months to 3 years but you will know once you go to your assigned post office and find out how many people work in your office and how many people are retiring, RCA can take the longest to convert to because people tend not to retire.

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Temp does not mean permanently. What i can say is if you are TEMP the odds are you will be 'let go' but do a great job so that they can call you back when they need you and also apply for a PSE OR Postal Support Employee position and work your way up. Opportunity is there. Senior Cititzens are retiring so get their spots.

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