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2 days ago

Inside Sales Representative Based in Greenville SC – new

UPS Garden City, NY +9 locations

The ISR is responsible for retaining and growing UPS Small Package customer business. He/she uses available resources to learn customers businesses… LinkUp


2 days ago

Warehouse Associate II – new

UPS Hebron, KY

will include loading and unloading, packing and unpacking, auditing, general housekeeping, kitting, inbound processing, scanning orders, shipping and… LinkUp


2 days ago

Warehouse Associate – new

UPS Hebron, KY

will include loading and unloading, packing and unpacking, auditing, general housekeeping, kitting, inbound processing, scanning orders, shipping and… LinkUp


1 day ago

Package Handler - Part-Time – new

UPS Willmar, MN +26 locations

UPS is hiring individuals to work as part-time Package Handlers . This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering… LinkUp


8 days ago

Inside Sales Representative-Based in Greenville

UPS Columbia, SC

The ISR is responsible for retaining and growing UPS Small Package customer business. He/she uses available resources to learn customers businesses… LinkUp


30+ days ago

Automotive Mechanic Twilight Shift

United Parcel Service Aberdeen, SD

UPS is hiring individuals to work as Full-Time Automotive Mechanics. Fleet and diesel engine experience is highly desirable. Strong troubleshooting… PostJobFree


9 days ago

Inside Sales Representative Based in Phoenix, AZ

UPS Phoenix, AZ

The ISR is responsible for retaining and growing UPS Small Package customer business. He/she uses available resources to learn customers' businesses… Jobg8


7 days ago

Inside Sales Representative

UPS Memphis, TN +4 locations

The ISR is responsible for retaining and growing UPS Small Package customer business. He/she uses available resources to learn customers' businesses… Jobg8


16 days ago

Inside Sales Representative San Antonio, TX

UPS Dallas, TX +5 locations

The ISR is responsible for retaining and growing UPS Small Package customer business. He/she uses available resources to learn customers' businesses… Jobg8


2 days ago

Part Time Warehouse Operative – new

UPS Abingdon, England +2 locations

• Unload parcels from vehicles maintaining a high activity level whilst using safe working methods. • Accurately load parcels on… TotalJobs.co.uk


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    Great job, if you can hack it...

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    Current Employee - Pre-loader in Tamworth, England
    Current Employee - Pre-loader in Tamworth, England

    I have been working at UPS part-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    Great money! £9.07 an hour on a temp contract with a pay increase to ~£14/h after first three months.

    Great hours! I'm on the 3:30 -7:30 shift in the morning, which in practice is more like 3 - 8, and providing you don't mind the early hours it's great!

    Great workout! The 4 hours of heavy lifting combined with my circa 4 mile bike ride each way every day means I'm getting fitter by the day! No need for that gym membership anymore!

    Great People! So far everyone is friendly, and even when things get tough and your supervisor starts shouting at you (It can happen during the really bad days) you know it's never meant maliciously. You might get thrown in at the deep end like I did when I first started, especially if they're several people short, but you are praised for hard work. =)

    From what I hear there are plenty of opportunities to further your career at UPS, evidenced from people I have spoken to!

    Cons

    Can be quite daunting during your first few weeks. The way out is especially scary because they have tighter security than at the airport! X-ray scanners, metal detectors, you name it! Understandable of course, but still...

    The system used (On pre-load anyway) is utter rubbish. They force all the parcels down the belt at you like there's going to be some sort of famine and take no care if you get buried under a pile of parcels.

    Even if you are the most caring person in the world you will eventually stop giving a crap about handling parcels carefully. Everyone chucks and tosses things about. Okay, maybe the obviously fragile stuff they wont, but little parcels are just thrown willy nilly.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Rather than having all the parcels for pre-load forced on the pre-loaders in a 'push' system, have a 'pull' system where the workers get more parcels as they need them. Better yet, sort the parcels out beforehand onto trolleys so all the parcels for a particular van are on one trolley, so the pre-loader knows what needs to go in and isn't spending 4 hours trying to find room for stuff.

    More communication between the van drivers and pre-loaders is needed. I spent a shift putting parcels into one van as per the guide I was given and when the driver turned up he made me take half of them out and put them in a different van because the drivers had a different delivery system to what was on paper! Very frustrating!

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