In case you are looking for better opportunities within the USPS organization, and you think that you have the necessary skills, you can quickly apply for an open position through the LiteBlue eCareer portal. Essentially, it allows you to make a vertical or a lateral move within the organization. So, as the name suggests, the eCareer portal gives you the option to apply for careers within USPS electronically. This eliminates the need for paper and email-based applications that is an inefficient method. Now that you know what the LiteBlue eCareer is, it is time to understand how to access it and use it. Let us find out.
Who can use LiteBlue eCareer?
To apply for jobs using LiteBlue eCareer, you need to be a career employee. If you are a non-career employee (a temporary employee), you cannot use eCareer to apply for a job. If you happen to be a non-career employee, you can only apply for externally posted jobs via this URL: www.usps.com/employment. You will have to create an external account or log in to an existing external account and then apply. LiteBlue eCareer is all about internally posted jobs available only for career employees. Also, Postmaster Reliefs can use the eCareer portal. They are allowed to apply for and compete for career 6-hour Postmaster vacancies that have been announced internally. Also, they need to ensure that the vacancies are available within their districts with an area of consideration expanded to the career bargaining employees.
How to Access LiteBlue eCareer?Accessing LiteBlue eCareer Employee Application
Accessing LiteBlue eCareer is simple and straightforward. Follow the steps below properly:
- Step 1: Log into your LiteBlue account using the official link. Just type in “liteblue.usps.gov” into the URL bar of your web browser. Remember not to use quotation marks.
- Step 2: Once you log in, you will reach the LiteBlue portal homepage. On that page, you can find a sliding banner with the title ‘Employee Apps – Quick Links.’ Look for the ‘eCareer’ option in that slider and click on that.
- Step 3: Clicking on the option will take you to the eCareer landing page. On the top of the page, you can find the option which reads ‘Go to eCareer Now!’ It is a link.
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Click on that link, and you will reach a new web page called Personal Pages. You can see three distinct segments – Career Opportunities, Candidate Profile, and Personal Settings.
Each segment, in turn, has clickable links underneath. You can click on them to carry out multiple functions. For instance, underneath the ‘Candidate Profile’ segment, you can click on the ‘Candidate Profile’ link to update your information. You can add new skills if you want to, or you can add new experiences.
Under the ‘Career Opportunities,’ you can find a link for ‘Job Search.’ You can click on that to look for new job opportunities. There is also an ‘Applications’ link that will allow you to track your existing applications’ status, or you can withdraw an existing application. The ‘Favorites’ link under the ‘Career Opportunities’ segment will allow you to check out the jobs you added to your favorites list.
Lastly, remember that to access the eCareer portal, you need to have Adobe 7.0 or higher installed on your computer. Also, you will need Internet Explorer 6.0 or 7.0 or higher. It will also work with Google Chrome and Firefox web browsers.