Royal Mail are looking for postal workers in several locations near Liverpool.
The mail service want people to work from their Bootle and Southport delivery offices part time, five days a week.
Royal Mail said in their job advert: “From scorching summer days to the depths of winter, our postal workers play a vital role, delivering the mail.
“It’s a physically demanding job – but it’s one the nation relies on.
“You’ll be upbeat and self-motivated, happy working solo as well as part of a team.
“You’ll have a love of the outdoors and a good level of fitness.
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“You’ll have excellent organisation, resilience and be flexible.”
People will be expected to sort their mail and spend between four and six hours delivering it.
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Successful applicants have to have a full UK manual driving licence (in your current UK address), with no more than six penalty points is essential, but a clean licence is preferred.
The hourly rate is £8.13 for people aged 17 or £10.46 for those over 18.
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You will be paid weekly, with pay increments after six months and twelve months, subject to satisfactory performance.
Royal Mail also offer a weekly supplement of £25.66 (pro-rata) plus overtime and shift allowance if applicable for Delivery work.