Providing highly polished submissions that most dramatically showcase abilities to reviewers
Rich Weiss
Postal eCareer

Rich is a published writer, novelist and editor with over 32 years of service with the U.S. Postal
Service. He currently works as a Business Service Network Representative, has worked as a Sales
and Services Associate and fill-in Lead SSA. He has also provided training as an SSA Classroom
Facilitator and on-the-job Retail Instructor. He has reached over 300,000 readers with articles,
primarily geared toward the mailing industry, on venues such as, the USPS Eastern
Area Update, SSA Today,
21St Century Postal Worker, the Philadelphia Postmark, and
USPSNewsOnline. In addition to founding and editing Philadelphia District's USPS Financial Focus
newsletter and the USPS Philadelphia Safety Fox, he has also written for the American Postal
Worker, the Philadelphia Postal Worker,, the
Single Parent Magazine, the Bloomfield
Bank corporate website, the Philadelphia Northeast Times, and several other Postal and non-Postal
publications. In 2005, he founded Postal eCareer Writing Services, providing writing services to
Postal Service job candidates applying for higher level positions. He has written over 400 eCareer
submissions for postal clients throughout the United States, securing interviews through writing
high-impact Summary of Accomplishments essays, Special Skills and job description data for
submission through eCareer.
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    as completed by, is intended to increase the likelihood of an interview by promoting the qualities
    and credentials of the job candidate. makes neither a promise nor a guarantee that their product, alone, will
    automatically provide their customers with an interview or position with the Postal Service.  Refunds are available only on work
    that hasn't been started.
True writers record history and create fantasy - False prophets record fantasy and create history.  R.P. Weiss
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for Postal Employees

  • Employ over 32 years of postal experience and
    over 38 years of writing expertise to create a
    professional, high-impact eCareer submission
    that will impress and grab the attention of
    members of the review board.

  • Author concise and dynamic accounts of your
    work experiences, adhering to the STAR format
    (Situation and/or Task, Action and Result), to
    most effectively showcase your knowledge, skills
    and abilities (KSAs) as related to the
    requirements listed on your job vacancy

  • Create dynamic job descriptions, orchestrate
    skills and job knowledge, and design narratives
    best suited to prove you are the best candidate
    for the job.
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    will truncate total character count to under
    6000 characters (about 5955).  Space
    limitations mandate clear and concise
    narratives that prove you are the most
    qualified candidate for the job.

  • Special Skills/Associations
  • Job Descriptions:  Resume format; these
    sections need to convey sharp, crisp and
    professional attributes and credentials.
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