Who's Hiring Part-Time: Big 5 Sporting Goods, ProDrivers and Club Z Tutoring

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Looking for part-time work? You’re in luck. Here are three companies with part-time openings available right now.

Big 5 Sporting Goods (Stock Quote: BGFV)

What They Do: Large sporting goods chain with 384 locations spread throughout 11 states.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: Cashiers and salespeople.

Desired Hours Per Week: Flexible, but averages 10 to 20 hours per week and most likely will require some nights and/or weekends.

Starting Pay: About $8 an hour.

Benefits: Company discounts, plus discounts at major ski areas and theme parks.

Requirements: Must have customer service and/or retail experience. They especially look for sports-minded people who are enthusiastic about sporting goods.

The Inside Scoop: New hires may be subject to a criminal background check.

Apply here.

Next Page: ProDrivers

ProDrivers

What They Do: Large transportation company, specializing in CDL drivers.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: CDL or box truck drivers.

Desired Hours Per Week: Varies by route/position; some positions are on an open/on-call basis and require drivers with flexible hours.

Starting Pay: At least $13 to $14 an hour, although some positions pay by the mile.

Benefits: Vacation pay, holiday pay, referral bonuses and access to group medical plans.

Requirements: Must have one year of recent related experience, plus a clean driving record. Additional requirements vary by position and may include a DOT physical, Hazmat endorsement or the ability to drive as part of a team.

The Inside Scoop: They have many opportunities for drivers willing to work on a temporary or fill-in basis.

Apply here.

Next Page: Club Z Tutoring

Club Z Tutoring

What They Do: International provider of in-home tutoring services.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: Tutors.

Desired Hours Per Week: Generally 10 to 20 hours per week, with most work done after school or on weekends.

Starting Pay: $17 to $25 an hour, depending on subject areas and qualifications.

Benefits: None.

Requirements: Must have previous teaching or tutoring experience and a bachelor's degree. Experience with standardized tests such as the SAT or ACT is a plus, as is fluency in a foreign language.

The Inside Scoop: The company stresses that you must know how to motivate children who are struggling in school.

Apply here.

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