UPS is looking to hire 1,600 workers in Jacksonville -- immediately.
The company wants to hire and train 1,600 part-time workers to sort packages by Nov. 1.
The new employees will work part-time between the expanded Jacksonville hub and a new relief hub operations building, a UPS spokesperson said.
Action News Jax reported in November 2016 that UPS was expanding its Jacksonville operations.
UPS officials said the company planned to invest $196 million to expand its ground package hub and add more than 260,000 square feet to the building to make room for advanced technology and operations automation.
People interested in applying for the jobs should begin the application process at upsjobs.com, a UPS spokesperson said.
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