On Thursday, FedEx is hosting a nationwide hiring day, with jobs available in Indiana as we prepare for another busy holiday season. Hiring events are virtual and in person, and teams are hiring for a variety of positions across various operating companies.

The company will be granting competitive job offers with benefits such as temporary bonus structures and pay enhancements.

Open positions include field operations functions such as package handler, operations manager, maintenance technician, forklift driver, customs trade coordinator, and courier. These positions are critical to the company’s success in meeting rising e-commerce demands from retailers and consumers and moving critical healthcare shipments to help end the pandemic.

Additionally, FedEx is hiring approximately 500 highly specialized STEM roles, including remote positions, as the company harnesses its logistics intelligence to optimize operations and transform the customer experience. Positions including full stack developer, data scientist, and data engineer will help enable the company to achieve the mission of delivering market-leading experiences that provide customers with simple, personal, and proactive interactions.

To learn more, apply, or join the virtual hiring day, visit https://careers.fedex.com/hiringday

Hiring day event details:


FedEx Express, Indianapolis

6311 Airway Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46241

7am – 7pm ET

Please bring two pieces of government-issued ID, driver’s license and state ID and a birth certificate or Social Security card. Must have lived in the United States for the last 5 years. Bring 5 years of residence and work history.

FedEx Ground, Indianapolis

4111 Producers Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46218

10am-9pm ET

FedEx Supply Chain, Indianapolis

225 Transfer Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46214

10am-5pm ET

Onsite parking available – please follow signs


FedEx Supply Chain, Plainfield

1551 Perry Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

11am-6pm ET

Onsite parking available – please follow signs. Masks are required with or without vaccination