FedEx Employment

Jodee Redmond
Fed Ex jobs
Fed Ex hires more than couriers.

FedEx employment opportunities are available for many types of workers. People often assume that this company primarily hires couriers, but the organization actually hires people to fill many different positions.

How to Apply for a Job at FedEx

You can search for job openings at FedEx online. Use the pull-down menu to select the country (United States or Canada) where you want to find work and the FedEx company you are interested in applying to. (You have the option of choosing "All Companies" as well.) Another pull-down menu allows you to select the Job Category. When you have completed these steps, click on "Match My Description" to see available jobs.

If you are not sure what type of FedEx employment is right for you, then you can paste your resume in the text box located on the Job Search page.

Types of FedEx Employment Opportunities

FedEx hires personnel in a number of job categories, including:

  • Courier and Package Handling
  • Information Technology
  • Sales
  • Communications and Marketing
  • Engineering
  • Company Support

Courier and Package Handling

As a courier for FedEx, you would be responsible for picking up and delivering packages. To prepare employees for this important role, the Company provides a program of classroom and on-the-job training. Package handlers load and unload vans with packages of various sizes and weights. Applicants must have successfully completed high school and will be subjected to a criminal background check.

Information Technology

FedEx operates one of the biggest communications networks on the planet, and the company hires a variety of information technology experts to manage it. The Company recruits for the following types of IT positions:

  • Technical Analysts
  • Programmer Analysts
  • Cust Tech Consultants
  • Computer Operators
  • Business Systems Analysts
  • Help Desk Representatives

Sales

Sales representatives hired by FedEx are in contact with existing customers and prospects to promote FedEx services. Not only are they expected to maintain good relationships with customers, but they need to add the company's client base by signing up new accounts.

Communications and Marketing

The communications and marketing side of working for FedEx includes event planning and media relations. You may be asked to work on writing or editing company materials.

Engineering

FedEx hires industrial engineers to develop short and long-range plans for the company. This corporate planning includes provisions for hiring employees, buying equipment and vehicles for company use.

Engineering personnel are also involved in technical training for employees, monitoring productivity, and assisting with studies prior to implementing changes in company procedures.

Company Support

FedEx also hires for a variety of support positions. The company needs clerical staff, administrative assistants, customer service associates, and accounting/payroll workers. You may also be interested in working for FedEx as a legal secretary, paralegal, data entry clerk, or a project manager. The Company also hires drivers, mechanics, project managers, human resources specialists, and management personnel for its various divisions.

Why Work at FedEx?

FedEx is a large corporation that offers its employees competitive salaries. A generous benefits package is also offered, which includes:

  • Medical
  • Vision Care
  • Dental
  • Disability Coverage
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Life Insurance

In addition, FedEx offers employees a pension plan and a retirement savings plan. Other benefits of working at FedEx include tuition assistance, a discount on shipping rates, and opportunities to travel. FedEx employees are also given the opportunity to participate in a company stock purchase plan.

FedEx Employment