For those interested in careers in the transportation and information industry FedEx job opportunities should be considered. FedEx is a Fortune 500 company and continues to grow in its industry, globally recognized as a leader in delivering packages on time and without damage. Currently the corporation employs over 200,000 workers globally. FedEx Express owned by FedEx Corporation offers shipping and freight to over 200 countries in the world while FedEx Ground delivers small packages to the US, Puerto Rico and Canada. FedEx also owns several more companies. Fortunately, for job applicants this also means more FedEx job openings.
The quickest way to find FedEx job opportunities is online with job boards and various other sites that are affiliated with FedEx. These sites allow FedEx jobs to be searched by category and region with both part time and full time positions being offered. Positions are available for those looking for a physically demanding job or those looking to work in a more traditional office setting. At FedEx, Ground Administrative Clerks are often hired in the facilities to perform clerical work and record keeping. Positions for dock workers are labor-intensive requiring workers lift over a 100 pounds. On the other hand, a Quality Assurance Clerk would require both physical labor and administrative skills. A Quality Assurance Clerk would be responsible for ensuring packages are delivered to the right address, dealing with customer service complaints and be required to lift packages of various sizes.
Those with a bachelor's degree will also find that FedEx job opportunities are not just for those who have little or no training or on the job experience. A Developer Analyst at FedEx is one position where a degree is needed. The Developer Analyst would be responsible for creating business reports, analyzing systems, and dealing with coding. This position would require advanced knowledge of programming and some engineering experience. Of course, one of the most recognized FedEx job openings is that of the delivery drivers. Temporary positions can also be found during the holidays for those interested in getting their foot in the door while still attending college.
FedEx job opportunities also include the need for skilled pilots. FedEx pilots are required to have a college degree, commercial pilot certification and the ability to obtain clearance from the United States Postal Service to handle mail. Other positions in aviation are also available such as an aviation mechanic. For those interested in working for FedEx without having a boss consider their independent contractor job opportunities. These FedEx job openings allow those with entrepreneurship skills to build their own business with the FedEx brand name recognition behind them.
FedEx job openings offer many benefits to its workers that should be considered. These include flexible spending accounts, life insurance, disability insurance, pension plans, stock purchase options, paid vacations and holidays. Workers can also benefit from ongoing education opportunities with in-house certification, seminars, and management training being offered. FedEx job opportunities may also allow qualified employees to get their college degree or take additional courses related to their job with educational reimbursement by FedEx.
And, as always with any job application, make sure you follow up. Give them a call within a few days of submitting your application and let them know you're serious about getting hired. The old adage about the squeaky wheel getting the grease holds pretty true when it comes to job hunting too!