I've been preloading for just over three months. I heard about a co-worker who is a Saturday air driver. He told me all about it and of course I was interested. I told him that I couldn't do it because I can't work every single Saturday. He explained to me that it is pretty flexible at our center. I asked around until I was pointed to someone in the office. He was very eager to get me in. He instructed me to come back in a few weeks with a class D license to schedule a driving test. I returned the following day, to his surprise, with the license. He sent me to HR, who said I need to have a physical before. She also instructed the guy from the office to post a roster so I can bid on the job (This is done every few months, so I am not worried about being out bid). She also mentioned that there may be a curtain amount of seniority you have to have to even qualify for the position. He told her to find out and let both him and myself know the answer. I'm very excited about taking up this job, along with the extra hours; I've even taken a driver help (golf cart residential route) position in order to learn how to use the diad system. I know it will be at least a week or so before I hear back from HR - can you guys offer any answers? Do I have to work for UPS for a certain amount of time before I can bid in this job?