Truckloads of UPS jobs are being delivered right now

The logistics company’s new Saturday delivery service is expected to create 6,000 jobs by 2018—with 4,000 of those to open up this year.

Truckloads of UPS jobs are being delivered right now

How’s your job search trucking along? Does it feel like it’s stuck in transit?

Good thing UPS is here to get your job search moving—and the company’s recent announcement could expedite the process.

UPS is expanding its delivery service to include Saturdays, and online shoppers aren’t the only ones to reap the benefits. This extra day is also a major boon for job seekers, as the new Saturday delivery service is expected to create 6,000 new jobs at 5,800 UPS locations by the end of 2018.

Rather than waiting five to seven business days, hiring is already underway, UPS spokeswoman Dawn Wotapka told CNNMoney, as the logistics company aims to open up about 4,000 of these jobs this year.

A quick search on Monster supports these heavyweight hiring plans. More than 1,400 UPS jobs have been posted on Monster in the past 30 days, according to data provided by the TalentNeuron tool from insights and technology company CEB.

The most jobs available right now are for drivers—both tractor-trailer drivers and package delivery drivers—but you’ll also find loads of jobs for supervisors, analysts, warehouse associates, package handlers, and shipping and receiving clerks. (Check out all UPS jobs on Monster here.)

And if brown isn’t your color, you can find jobs at UPS competitors FedEx and U.S. Postal Services (USPS) (both of which already make Saturday deliveries).

To see more transportation jobs, take a look at our list of the top companies hiring transportation workers on Monster right now.