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UPS Jobs in New York City, NY


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4 days ago

Information Security Analyst

UPS Mahwah, NJ

UPS Information Services, a leader in information technology, is currently seeking career-minded individuals to join our team. If you are highly… UPS


7 days ago

Operation Manager

UPS Brentwood, NY

• Develop operational goals and plans, monitor and communicate operations performance against plan (returns, shipments, receipts, and inventory… UPS


22 hrs ago

Air Package Driver – new

UPS New York, NY

This job posting includes information about the minimum qualifications (including the UPS Uniform and Personal Appearance Guidelines), locations… UPS


29 days ago

Inside Sales Representative-Based in Greenville,SC

UPS Secaucus, NJ +2 locations

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


30+ days ago

Full-time Dockworker with CDL

UPS Bay Shore, NY +2 locations

Candidates must be at least 21 years of age; must be able to read, write and speak the English language; must have a valid, Class A CDL, Haz-Mat and… UPS


30+ days ago

Gateway Freight Operations Manager

UPS Springfield Gardens, NY

The Gateway Freight Operations Manager directs the daily export and import operations for the International Gateways, service centers, and regional… UPS


4 days ago

Part-time Dockworker

UPS Bay Shore, NY +2 locations

Dockworkers must be able to work variable shifts that may consist of days, nights, and or weekends, and overtime hours as required by the Company… UPS


30+ days ago

Full-time City Driver

UPS Bay Shore, NY +4 locations

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; and must be able to read, write and speak the English language. Applicants must meet the Department of… UPS


30+ days ago

Infrastructure Architect (Mobile Terminal/Scan)

UPS Paramus, NJ

The Infrastructure Architect influences the development and implementation of Information Services… UPS


30+ days ago

Senior Java Developer

UPS Paramus, NJ

UPS Information Services, a leader in information technology, is currently seeking career-minded individuals to join our team. If you are highly… UPS


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    Current Employee - Part Time Operations Supervisor in New York, NY (US)
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    Pros

    A challenging and highly competitive work environment that forces you to think outside of the box to solve problems. If you're a hard worker this compnay is for you. When I say hard worker I mean it. If you don't have some blue collar blood in you then you won't make in this environment no matter what side of the workforce you're on (management or union). UPS offers good pay and benefits, the opportunity to advance to higher positions within the company to create a fulfilling career, and you can't beat the job security. If you reach fulltime status in this company and can pull your weight you'll have a good secure job for the rest of your life.

    Cons

    You'll work more hours then you ever have anywhere else and those hours won't be spent at a desk. The environment can be hectic as the entire operation obviously runs to meet strict deadlines and operational goals need to be met daily. Some people find the high pressure too stressful. That's all up to the individual and it comes down to what your made of. Biggest con is that even though there is opportunity to advance it takes forever to do so. Way to long to get full time status within the compnay and upper management have a habit of leaving promotional candidates floating in purgatory for months and sometime years before they finally promote.

    Advice to Management

    Streamline promotion process and stop stringing promotional candidates around for so long. People work extremely hard to move up in this compnay and if you want to retain your brightest and hardest working employees for the future of the company then the practice of stringing them along and burrying candidates in red tape to hold them back as long as possible needs to stop. People can't wait forever, the cream of the crop will jump ship if this keeps becoming the case. That's bad for business and bad for the future of the company.

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