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What happens after you accept the conditional job offer, did the drug test and background check? I got up to this point and haven't heard anything for two months.

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  • I interviewed and had my fingerprints done and received an offer letter what's next

  • OK, I have a question I had a job offer then it got put aside because my background check wasn't clean then I went to court to get it cleaned (wasn't mine to begin with ) now I had another job offer and accepted, should I still keep applying for jobs or just wait for a email? It's been almost a month after court.

  • I have accepted my offer on 5/23 and I’m still waiting for an orientation date. I called the district office and they were so rude. I guess they don’t like when applicants call in and check their status. Heads up. I say try email first. At this point it’s a waiting game I guess. I’m just hoping I get a spot. I didn’t score too great but I made it in the 80s. Any suggestions? Feedback

  • I would call and find out why I haven't heard anything back, then I would go in and talk to the Post Master and have him re-read my application. Then I would have him contact the Carrier I talked to about the job.

  • If you haven't heard anything after 2 months, it doesn't immediately mean you won't get hired. However, 2 months is borderline time to get nervous. They typically take a very long time to get the ball rolling, but, if you don't receive anything, even an email by 2.5 - 3 months... It's time to pull the plug, move on, and look else where. There's only 1 of 3 options going on. 1) There's a delay in the process, as far as filling the position for whatever reason, 2) They hired, haven't acquired any new openings to fit you in and will inevitably, when they get to it, let you know all positions have been filled, or 3) Have you resubmit a for a different position

  • It varies per person/location. Someone should contact you. I had to wait longer than normal, due to the death of the post master. It took almost 5 months from interview to job offer.

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