Is it possible for a part time supevisor too become a feeder driver? If so how long does it usually take? There is a position in the Bethlehem, PA location for a p/t supervisor. Also do they usually change the hours on supervisors? I was thinking if I could not become a driver with UPS I might go back too school. That's why I am concerned if they would be changing my shift often. The ad say's p/t sup's usually work 5 1/2 hours a day and pays from $1300-1600 a month with benefits. Do those hours sound correct or is that just what they say too get you in the door? If anyone works or worked at the Bethlehem/Allentown PA location, could you give me some insight on how things are there. Thanks in advance for anything you can add. One more thing, if you can't do the supervisor too feeder job how long do you think it would take too get a unnloader too package driver job at the Allentown/Bethlehem location?