Applying for a Corporate Job while working part time

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by LT1UltraZ, Jan 3, 2008.

  1. LT1UltraZ

    LT1UltraZ Guest

    How do I go about applying for a corporate job while being a part time employee? I found a corporate job @ and when i tired fill out the application I was unable to do so. It stated I needed to contact my supervisor and go from there. After a quick call it turns out i am better off asking here, as he didn’t seem like he had a clue.
  2. Channahon

    Channahon New Member

    Ask to see a Human Resources rep for your area. They should be able to assist you. Let him/her know what job you are interested in and what your qualifications are for the position.

    I'm sure that is why you were directed by the site to do so, as an existing employee. Which is not a bad thing, to make your intentions known within your building and with HR.

    If you are truly interested in the Corporate job, continue to follow up to ensure your application is in consideration for the position

    Good Luck
  3. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    I know that for an hourly to apply for a management position they must submit a letter of application. I do not know if this would also apply to a corporate job.
  4. Fighting4yourRights

    Fighting4yourRights Heavy Weight

    Well, there are a few things to consider before going corporate. First, are you ugly? If you are, then you should def think about applying. Second, do you dress awkwardly, with just a touch of hideousness? You're one step closer. Finally, are you overweight and super ugly? You are qualified. Submit your application ASAP!

    (PS Tieguy, this is not a dig at management) Just corporate geeks:devil3:
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2008
  5. Lobofan5

    Lobofan5 New Member

  6. Fighting4yourRights

    Fighting4yourRights Heavy Weight

    Let's not let this fun thread die, ya'll. Show some love for corporate...
  7. freeloader

    freeloader geek

    When applying for corporate jobs be prepared to hear these two words alot:

    no relocation

    And prepare for cube warfare:

    My Cubicle - James Blunt Beautiful parody

    Cube warfare weaponry