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Started by suzi, April 30, 2010, 09:45:01 pm

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April 30, 2010, 09:45:01 pm Last Edit: November 17, 2011, 09:34:28 pm by Job Hunter

Royal Mail jobs and careers thread. you can also download Royal Mail application form if available.

Are you looking for great job possibilities then you have come to the right place! The Royal Mail is such a company, which holds a lot of potential for new comers. There are many options listed in the royal mail job vacancies. One should carefully think of one's career job prospects, weigh the options and then finally apply for the job.  One must also sarcastically think that almost every house in UK gets a mail thus there are people needed for the smooth running of the organization. There is a real need for skilful people to fill out the job vacancies offered by the Royal Mail.

The mainstay of the Royal Mail business is the sorting and delivering of different kinds of mails. The Royal Mail is indeed one of the employers in the country. Royal Mail is always need of newcomers thus there is a constant call for new young people to join the work criteria. One always think of a mail job as being a postman but believe me, there are a lot of options to choose from in this work field. Looking through delivering mails, sorting mails of different kinds or of different addresses, or making sure that a truck full of mails gets delivered are some of the options to choose from. One can play a real important and vital role in these Royal Mail job vacancies.

If you are looking for key positions then Royal Mail has something to offer to you too. The most common job for the Royal Mail is the job of a local postman or post woman. The work of these people is to get sorted out mails and deliver the mails to the correct addresses. If you are intent on being a driver, then there is some work for you as well. One can be a driver and can drop mails from one post office to another thus facilitating the process.  One can also transport mails from a railway station or a business centre to another. If you dislike working outdoors then you can do indoor work like the clerical works. The clerical work is just to sort out different mails and transfer them to the trucks who deliver them to the local postman. The local postmen deliver the mails to the people concerned. The most interesting job offer that Royal Mail offers is the job of a being a data keyer. A data keyer is a person who carefully scrutinizes the pictures of mails, which are being sent. Data keyers are important because in some mails automated machinery does not work. These people also work in mail address data corrections.

Royal Mail plays an important role in the UK as almost every address gets a mail every week. It also places a high premium on serving the rich communities of the UK. Therefore, there is a need to recruit good people for this job.  One should realise that working in Royal Mail is itself a royal thing to do. Making people happy with the mails of family relatives who are far brings an inner emotional joy, which is hard to express in words.    


royal mail is not paying very well but its still alright. royal mail interview tips should be on this forum, just do a search..


im subscribed to the job via email but i don't get any, anyone know why?

Job Hunter

April 28, 2011, 10:29:27 am #3 Last Edit: November 17, 2011, 09:34:44 pm by Job Hunter
good job Suzi :)


Errr ok - so what link do i download the form from


hi i m a student,m looking for the part time work please send me the application form on my mail id, m really in need of a job


Royal Mail seem to employ a lot of part time employees.  Especially around the busier seasons (Easter & especially Christmas).  If you like delivering mail, or working in the sorting offices, then this is the place for you.  Just remember that some houses will have dogs, so if you are scared of dogs it's probably not the job for you

Amir Ghanikheil

I am British. I need job .plz can send me application forms .Really I want full time job.

Jackie Roberts

I would like a job . I'm working as a driving instructor and want a change .

Graeme Handy

I am a 43 year old male,residing in dundee all my life, I have basically worked full time employment since leaving school, I am currently employed by national express dundee as a bus driver, I have been working for this company for 13 years and 8 months as a bus driver, although I enjoy my work I think a career change would be an ideal opportunity for myself,I have held a full uk driving license for the last 24 years with no convictions, to be out and about delivering mail and meeting customers (wether it be walking or driving) I thrive for the opportunity..
many thanks

Helena Abreu

Hello my name is Helena Abreu,i live in London, i have basically worked full time since leaving school, at the moment i dont have a job, i would appreciate if you send application form.

Farid najah

Hi, i am interested in working for royal mail i have good experience in mail sorting loading unloading into & from royal mail lorries also excelent customer service.  Look forward to hearing from you


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Royal mail Christmas jobs, all I am interested in. How can I apply for them?

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