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Career Central: From mail carrier to school bus driver, there's a job for you

This week, we have leads on everything from job openings in the City of St. Louis, to well-paying jobs with the U.S. Postal Service

ST. LOUIS — 5 On Your Side wants to help you find a new career!

In this week's Career Central, we have leads on everything from job openings in the City of St. Louis, to well-paying jobs with the U.S. Postal Service.

School bus drivers needed

It may be the start of summer, but there's a big push to find school bus drivers for the fall.

Missouri Central School Bus-St. Louis is doing the hiring.

They offer salaries up to $22.60 per hour with flexible schedules and a $2,000 sign-up bonus. If you're not a professional driver, but still interested, they'll even pay for your training.

To connect with this opportunity, ask for Aaron at the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) Missouri Job Center, at 314-589-8000.

For more information about these jobs, click click here.

Job openings with the City of St. Louis

Right now, the City of St. Louis is hoping to fill more than 100 open positions. The jobs are in all city departments and include positions ranging from airport police officers to water plant workers.

You can browse job openings and start an application on the St. Louis city government website.

SLATE will even help you write a resume and prepare for the interview.

Call 314-589-8000 for more information or show up in person at the SLATE Missouri Job Center, which is located on the third floor at 1520 Market Street in downtown St. Louis.

SLATE is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. except on Wednesdays, when the office opens at 9 a.m.

No appointment is necessary.

St. Louis hotel job fair

Two St. Louis hotel job fairs are happening this week.

Residence Inn and Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis are hosting hiring events on Tuesday, June 29 and Thursday, July 1. They run from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. both days at 12815 Daylight Drive, Saint Louis, Missouri 63131. That’s in the Interstate 270 and Manchester Road area.

Candidates can walk in and interview the same day.

You'll find open positions for everything from front desk agent to cook, and server to barista.

Work for the U.S. Postal Service

USPS is looking to fill a number of openings.

Entry level jobs start at $21 an hour on average.

Postal carriers, mail handlers and processors and window clerks are needed. You don't have to have experience or a degree, but an assessment is part of the application process.

Benefits include health insurance and a pension.

Interested candidates can start the online application process here.

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