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Logistics Coordinator - Weekend Nights

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Office Administrator - Part Time Evenings and Saturdays

Weekend Front Desk Receptionist

American Behavioral Counseling

Indianapolis, IN 46219

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Drivers -FedEx Ground routes

Redcliff Marketing & Logistics

Indianapolis, IN 46241

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Machine/Insert Operator (Part time / Weekend)

Weekend Crew Member - $14/hr.

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Warehouse Associate/Picker- Weekend Shift

Aurora Parts and Accessories, LLC

Lebanon, IN 46052

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53 Perfect Weekend Jobs for Extra Cash

Whether you’re looking for an extra job to help pay the bills or just looking to kill time and make some cash, there are plenty of weekend jobs that you can pick up on top of your weekday 9 to 5.

There are tons of weekend jobs out there, so you’ll surely find one that fits with your interests and talents. It’s your weekend after all, so it might as well be something you enjoy!

Food & Drink

1. Farmers’ Market Staff

If you have a favorite booth at the farmer’s market, you should look into working for them. Every seller needs people to help watch their booth, talk to customers, and work as a cashier. And since farmers markets are often on the weekend, this makes for a great side job.

2. Ice Cream Scooper

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! If you love ice cream, a weekend job as an ice cream scooper would be a good option for you. You’ll have fun interacting with all your ice cream fans and maybe you’ll even score some free scoops. Yum!

3. Juice & Smoothie Maker

Juice and smoothie places are all the rage right now, so there are plenty of jobs out there in this category. Maybe you’ll even create your own custom smoothie blend!

4. Barista

There is no shortage of coffee shops in any city, so a barista job is a great option for the weekend. Plus, just admit it, you’ve always thought it would be super cool to learn how to make all your favorite coffee drinks with those big fancy espresso machines. 

5. Waiter / Waitress

Being a waiter or waitress is another great option if you love food and people. Plus, you’ll be able to bring home tips and some delicious food.

6. Host / Hostess

As a host or hostess, you’re the face of the restaurant. This can be an exciting and fast-paced job at times, but it’s certainly rewarding to work for a restaurant that you love.

7. Food Truck Staff

Food trucks are like restaurants but just a little more exciting. As part of a food truck staff, you’ll travel to new places and meet new people every weekend, all while serving delicious food with a smile.

8. Dishwasher

Every restaurant needs a dishwasher! Dishwasher jobs tend to be rather flexible, and since every restaurant needs them, there’s no shortage of jobs!

9. Cashier

Everywhere from restaurants to museums need cashiers. This means you’ll be able to find a job working somewhere that you truly enjoy.

10. Deli / Supermarket Clerk

Supermarkets have large staffs and are often hiring for a number of jobs. A lot of these jobs are part-time, and some places are looking for people to work weekends only, so look into what part-time positions are available at your local supermarket.

11. Personal Chef

As a personal chef you can spend time on the weekend cooking meals for a family or individual for the week ahead. It’s just like meal prepping, just not for yourself!


12. Sign Spinner

If you enjoy theatrics, a sign spinner might be the job for you! Places such as restaurants, large stores, and real estate companies often hire sign spinners to catch people’s attention and steer them towards a special event or grand opening. You’ll get to utilize your energetic personality and dance moves with this one.

13. Front Desk Receptionist

Many businesses such as fitness studios or hair salons need receptionists to run the front desk for them. This is an especially great job if you’re an aspiring personal trainer or hairstylist as it will help you make connections and learn the ropes of the business.

14. Retail Associate 

Being a retail associate can be a very enjoyable and rewarding job, especially if you’re passionate about what you’re selling. Not only will you interact with your customers, but you’ll learn new things about the products. Plus, chances are you’ll get a sweet discount.


15. Nanny / Babysitter

If you’re good with kids, many families need nannies or babysitters on weekends. If you’re serious about childcare, you might want to start by creating a profile on sites like to put yourself out there.

16. Dog Sitter

Maybe you’re not good with kids but you love animals. Dogs can be like children too, so families often need someone to watch their furry friends on the weekends when they travel or work. Getting paid to play with dogs certainly doesn’t sound like a bad gig.  

17. House Sitter

This one is great if you’re not into kids or pets! As a house sitter, you’ll just need to make sure things are running smoothly and everything is safe. You might need to water plants, feed a fish, or simply turn on the lights to make it look like someone’s home.

Marketing + Creative

18. Freelance Writer

As a freelance writer, you can accept writing gigs that fit with your schedule. Start by setting up a profile on a site such as Upwork to get started, and check out our article on jobs for writers for more freelance writing ideas.

19. Freelance Graphic Designer

Similar to a freelance writing, freelance graphic designers get to do what they love on their own schedule. Designcrowd is a great resource specifically for freelance graphic designers, as well as Upwork that has its own graphic design section.

20. Artisan

If you enjoy crafting, you might want to consider turning it into a part-time job. You can spend your weekends working on your crafts and sell them on Etsy or at local craft fairs. Who knows, maybe it’ll take off and you’ll be able to quit your “day job”.

21. Brand Ambassador

If you have a large social media following, you can make extra income by being a brand ambassador. Many brands pay social media influencers with money or product in return for talking about the product on social media. If you’re interested, start by sending out some emails to smaller brands you like and ask them if they would be interested in collaborating


22. Event Setup

Event companies and venues need people to help setting up. Many wedding venues or convention centers keep people on staff to help move tables and chairs, put up decorations, or clean. Start by checking out venues in your area and then inquire about employment opportunities within their set-up crew.

23. DJ

So maybe you’re not the next Skrillex or Avicii, but you still know how to pump up a crowd. Events from school dances and college parties to work events and weddings need DJs to keep things exciting.You might want to start by creating videos of your DJ mixes and creating social media accounts for your business. Once you’ve played a few shows you’ll start getting business from referrals.

24. Wedding Photographer

As a wedding photographer, you’ll get to take beautiful pictures for someone’s special day and hang out at weddings. Sounds like the perfect gig, right?

25. Wedding Band

Playing music at weddings is a great way for musicians to get their name out and play for a group of happy, energetic, and excited people on their special day. You’ll probably want to make sure you have a few slow-dance love songs under your belt!

26. Caterer

Working for a caterer can be really fun because of all the cool events you’ll get to attend! Caterers need people to help with carrying the food into the event, setting up, and serving. If you like food and fun events, this is the job for you.

27. Florist

Similar to a caterer, working for a florist can involve a lot of different tasks. You might be helping assemble floral arrangements, transporting the arrangements, or even setting up at an event. If you love flowers and have a good eye, working for a florist could be a great fit.

28. Party Bus Driver

Party bus companies need drivers to quite literally bring the party. Party buses get a lot of use on the weekends, so this would be a great job for anyone with a job during the week

Outdoors + Sports

29. Hot Air Balloon Operator

For this job you will actually need a balloon license (yes, this is a real thing!). However, if you enjoy hot air ballooning as a hobby, this could be a great way to pick up some extra weekend cash while sharing something that you enjoy with others.

30. Ballpark Food Concessions

Sports venues need people to work the concession stands at every game, and since games are often on weekends, this is good part-time weekend job. Plus, you’ll get to hear and experience all the excitement of the games every weekend. Play ball!

31. Venue Ticket Taker

From large stadiums and classical music halls to jazz clubs and hole-in-the-walls, all venues need people to work the door. If you love music, this is a great way to make some extra cash and hear the shows!

32. Referee

To be a referee you need to know the rules of your sport very well. Once you feel confident in your abilities, you’ll need to take a training course and get certified. This is a pretty easy process, and once you’re done you can apply to work at local sports facilities.

33. Culinary Tour Guide

This is the perfect weekend job for a foodie! Culinary tour guides are popping up everywhere, so if you know the best places to eat in your city, being a tour guide will come naturally. Look to see if there are any food tours in your area and send in a resume to the company to express your interest in being a guide.

34. Bicycle Tour Guide

Many cities offer bike tours because they’re a fun way to stay active while taking in the local sights. Bike tours can get pretty busy on weekends, so lots of guides are needed on these days. If you love biking and love your city, look into local bike tours to see if they’re hiring weekend guides.

35. Golf Caddy

Almost every city has a golf course or two, and they tend to be busiest on the weekends. Being a weekend golf caddy is a great way to make some extra cash, especially if you enjoy watching golf!

36. Personal Trainer

As a personal trainer, you’ll help people towards their fitness goals. Chances are you’ve made quite the body transformation through your own fitness regime, so you’ll have the opportunity to inspire your clients when you work with them.

37. Yoga Instructor

If you enjoy yoga, it might be time to step it up and share your love with others! Yoga studios and gyms need people to teach yoga classes throughout the day, so check for weekend openings at local studios.

38. Ski / Snowboard Instructor

If you live near the mountains and love snowboarding or skiing, you could spend your weekends hitting the slopes while showing beginners the ropes. It can be so rewarding to share your passion with others, so this is a real feel-good job. 

General Labor

39. Landscaper

A part-time landscaping job is a great way to pick up some extra cash on the weekends. You could offer basic services such as mowing and trimming, or if you have a more artistic eye, you could do creative landscaping. Say hello to trees shaped like deer!

40. Janitor

Every single building needs a janitor to keep it in tip-top shape. For schools and office buildings, weekends are the perfect time for janitors to make everything spotless while everyone is away.

41. House Cleaner

Many families hire house cleaners to make sure their homes are sparkling. You can pick up some extra cash by starting your own weekend home cleaning business or check to see if local house cleaning businesses are hiring. 

Office & Computers

42. Virtual Assistant

As a virtual assistant you’ll perform administrative tasks from the comfort of your own home. Like an office assistant, virtual assistants usually help with administrative tasks, but they might also help with technical or creative assistance. With this job you can work in your pajamas, and who doesn't love that?

43. Personal Assistant

Many professionals hire personal assistants to help with their administrative work. You could work for a doctor, lawyer, psychologist, artist, author, or anyone really! If you’re interested in any of these professions, this a good way to get a glimpse into what their life is like.

44. Real Estate Office

Unlike most weekday 9-5 offices, real estate offices are almost always open since real estate agents often show homes on weekends. The main office assistant might just work weekdays, so check to see if any local real estate companies are looking for administrative assistants on Saturdays and Sundays.

45. Bookkeeper

If you’re good with money and numbers, you might consider a job as a bookkeeper. Many freelance bookkeepers help small business owners with their accounting, so as long as you aren’t overwhelmed with clients, you could focus on this job during the weekends only.

46. Medical Transcriber

Medical transcribers convert voice-recorded reports given by doctors into text format so that they can be kept in a patient's’ records. Many transcribers work part-time and from home, so this is another good option if you want to “go to work”!

47. Computer Support

If you’re good with computers or work with computers as a hobby, you might want to consider doing computer support part-time. Computer technicians help with a variety of tasks such as computer installation, hardware or software installation, routine maintenance, or any kind of troubleshooting clients might need.

You could consider starting your own business or look for computer support businesses in your area.


48. Lyft / Uber Driver

Being a Lyft/Uber driver is a really good flexible working option. If you have a car, you can create your own schedule and drive when works best for you. Both the Uber and Lyft websites have pages that explain how to apply, so look into it to see if you meet the requirements.

49. Valet Parking Attendant

Many restaurants, hotels, and concert venues use valet parking services. Sometimes valet is done in-house, but it's usually contracted out to a valet company. Look into valet companies in your area to see who’s looking for drivers.

50. Pizza / Food Delivery Driver

These days there are tons of delivery driver options. You could work for a pizza place or another restaurant that offers delivery, or you could work for a delivery app. There are tons of new apps such as Postmates, Caviar, and Grub Hub that always need drivers. And with these, you can work on a flexible schedule that fits with your life.


51. Tutor

Tutors usually work evenings and weekends since the kids are at school during the day, so this is a good extra job to pick up if you work a 9-5. If you’re good at math, have a knack for grammar, or maybe just remember a whole lot about the Italian Renaissance, there is probably a kid out there struggling with something that you know a lot about!

52. Language Teacher

If you’re fluent in more than one language, check to see if your local college or community center offers weekend language classes. If working at a college or school, you will likely have to earn your teaching credential. However, some community centers offer language classes that are more casual and taught by community members, so this would be a better option if you don’t have the time to get certified.

53. Art Instructor

Many colleges and community centers offer weekend art classes. If you have a talent in some area of art, consider looking into classes in your area and reaching out to the institutions that host them to express your interest in teaching.

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14 of the Best Part-time Weekend Jobs Near Me

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Part-time Weekend Jobs

Looking for a Full or Part-time Weekend Job to make some added income?

Great News! I have compiled a list of the best part-time weekend jobs you’ll find that pay well!

There are some jobs on this list that can turn into a full-time income source but it’s all about how much work you are willing to put in.

In this article, you will find the following:

  • Best Part-time Weekend Jobs
  • How Much You Can Earn
  • How to Get started

By the end of this article, the goal is for you to discover and choose a new way to make money on the weekends.

Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list as I often get companies reaching out to me about available remote positions they have and I only share these with my subscribers.

This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through a link.

So, let’s get to it.

Here are the Best Part-time Weekend Jobs Hiring Now:

1. Delivering Food 

person in a car delivering food

The demand for delivering food and groceries are skyrocketing. Companies like Instacart and Doordash are filling a void in the market by making life more convenient for people who are busy with other obligations and you can profit from it.

How much can I earn? You can earn up to $25 per hour and the best thing about it is you can work When and IF you want!

How do I get started? If you are 18 years or older check out my article on the Best Delivery Driver Jobs as I break down the only companies you should sign up for and give you the pros and the cons for each one.

2. Freelance Writer

woman working as a freelance writer

Do you like to write? You can make a lot of money as a writer and can do it on your own time, I know because I interviewed Holly Johnson in my How to Become a Freelance Writer article who makes OVER $200,000 a year! I didn’t even know that was possible!

You can easily do this part-time and on the weekends or whenever you want. You determine your own schedule.

How much can I make? You could earn between $25-$200+ per article!

How do I get started? Holly Johnson found the secret sauce when it comes to writing and charging the right rate for your work. She created a free introductory training on how to build a six-figure writing career.

I highly recommend taking her course on earning more through writing and follow her path to success. I also have several different ways to get writing gigs at the end of this article on summer jobs for teachers.

3. Proofreader

woman working as a proofreader

Do you find yourself easily catching errors when reading? Do you cringe when you see grammar mistakes? If that’s you, you would make a great proofreader.

Proofreaders are NEEDED! I know, because I use one myself.

How much can I make? Caitlin Pyle made $43,000 a year working PART-TIME! You can see how she did it in my article How to Become a Proofreader. There are many others making between $1,000-$4,000 a month Part-Time!

And you could easily do this on the weekends.

How do I get started? Take this FREE introductory workshop to help you learn the skills needed to start your own freelance proofreading hustle and see if it’s right for you.

Related:15 High Paying Jobs for Teens

4. Virtual Bookkeeper

woman working as a virtual bookkeeper

Bookkeepers record financial transactions for small business owners and I think this is one of the best weekend only jobs “near me” to consider that can earn you a lot of money, EVEN if you have no previous experience.

In my article on How to Become a Bookkeeper, I interviewed two moms who had NO previous experience as a Bookkeeper. After they took this course on bookkeeping, they learned all the skills necessary to start their own business and are now successful Bookkeepers.

One of the women interviewed in my article has 9 children, homeschools 6 of them and still has time to make money as a Bookkeeper on the side (over $2,000/mo.).

How much can I make? The course on bookkeeping in the article shows you how to earn $60 per hour.

How do I get started? Check out this free training to see if becoming a Bookkeeper is right for you.

5. Virtual Assistant

woman working as a virtual assistant

Depending on the client you can definitely work on the weekends part-time. If you’re task-oriented and like to help others achieve their goals, you should definitely consider becoming a VA.

How much can I earn? You could make $25 – $100+ per hour.

How do I get started?I interviewed Gina Horkey who is a six-figure Virtual Assistant and she shares exactly how you can get started as a Virtual Assistant. You can check out my interview with Gina here.

6. Sell Products on Amazon 

woman looking to sell products on amazon

If you like shopping and searching for a good deal, you should definitely consider Amazon’s FBA program. You find good deals on products at brick and mortar stores or online and resell them on Amazon for a higher price.

Ship to Amazon and they take care of the rest.

My sister started doing this thanks to the course below and she makes about $1,000+ a month.

How much can I make? This varies significantly but Jessica from the Selling family makes $5,000/mo working VERY Part-time.

Check out my awesome interview with her on How to Sell on Amazon.

How do I get started? Take this FREE 7-Day Email Course on how to start selling on Amazon.

7. Flipping Products on eBay

woman looking to flip products on ebay

Rob from the Flea Market Flipper is the MASTER flipper. He made over $130,000 last year flipping items from Flea Markets and thrift stores PART-TIME.

And, you don’t need to have a lot of money to start either. Rob recommends his students to start with a budget of $20-$50 to find items. Based on that, they should be able to make $100-$300 (mostly reselling on eBay) and then take some of the profit and do it again. That is what makes this one of the best weekend jobs for extra money. 

How do I get started? Rob created a free workshop to turn your passion for visiting thrift stores, yard sales, & flea markets into a profitable reselling business – in as little as 14 days. You can click here to sign up for Rob’s workshop.

Related: 18 Online Jobs for Students to Earn Money

8. Start a Blog

woman looking to start a blog

Blogging is one of my favorite forms of passive income. I make money just for people reading my articles from ads, so if you’re reading this article, thank you :-).

I can assure you, I did not write this article today and yet it’s making me money.

When you get a nice amount of people reading your articles it brings in a nice income. Here’s a screenshot of my earnings from the other day.

screenshot of blog earnings

I made $400 in one day just from ads, and I also make a lot of money in Affiliate sales. You can see how I make money blogging.

You DO NOT need to be an excellent writer to become a blogger, you just write like you talk.

I’m definitely not and I have my lovely mom review my articles before I post just to have a second pair of eyes.

I spent a lot of time working on my blog the first year with a full-time job, busy toddler and husband. Now I work VERY part time and I’m making more money than when I was at my corporate job (I was able to leave my job!).

If you want to start a blog, I’ve detailed all the steps in my How to Start a WordPress Blog article from scratch! I also mention the most popular niches that make the most money and get the most traffic.

9. Transcribe

woman transcribing

Transcribers listen to audio files and record (type) what they hear. If you have patience and the ability to sit for long periods of time and an eye for detail, you should consider transcribing.

This is one of the best weekend jobs for extra money. 

How much can I make? You can make $7-$21 per hour or more if you start your own business.

How do I get started? Take this Free Mini-Course for a full overview of transcribing and how to get started. I also have 4 companies hiring along with a work at home success story on transcribing in my article on How to Work from Home Transcribing.

10. Get Into Real Estate BUT w/o Selling or Buying Anything

Yes, this really is a thing and it can be done on weekends or in your spare time. I met Boss Mom Danielle Pierce who is doing this earning over $400,000 a year WHILE homeschooling her 3 kids!

It’s called Property Preservation or Repairing Foreclosed Homes. Danielle outsources 100% of the work and only does admin work.

How much can I make? It varies but Danielle says it’s very feasible to gross $100k+ or more in revenue within 18 months

How do I get started? Check out my interview with Danielle to see how it all works and take her FREE Masterclass to see if this is right for you

11. Tutor

woman working as a tutor

Online tutoring is growing thanks to the advancements in technology, and it’s an excellent remote weekend job if you have teaching experience or knowledge of a specific subject.

The hours are very flexible and you can do this on the weekend or even weekdays. 

How much can I make? $10.50 – $60 per hour.

How do I get started? Check out the best online tutoring jobs

12. Babysit

woman working as a babysitter

If you have time on the weekends and enjoy playing and caring for kids, babysitting could be a great weekend job for you. I‘ve done this and it was a great way to make extra money.

How much can I make? It honestly depends on where you live and your client,  BUT I do see many people charge $15-$20 per hour or more.

How do I get started? Sign up for to find clients in your area.

13. Walk/Pet Sit Dogs

woman pet sitting

Do you love pets and like the idea of getting some fresh air, exercise and making some money? If you do, this weekend job “near me” is the one for you. 

I see a lot of people charge $20-$30 per 30-minute walk. To find clients you can sign-up through Rover and/or

Related: How to Earn Money as A Kid

14. Search Engine/Social Media Evaluator

woman working as a social media evaluator

Search Engine/Social Media Evaluators rate social media ads and search engine results for relevancy.

This is a great part-time remote weekend job because you can only work up to 20 hours a week and you make your own schedule.

How much can I make? $12.50 – $14 per hour.

How do I get started? Apply to the only two companies I recommend for web search evaluators.

15. Photography

person working as a photographer

If you’re the family photographer and love taking pictures, you should look into Photography as it is a great side income that could turn into something more.

My sister recently purchased the Canon EOS Rebel T6i Body, and she takes AMAZING pictures (she literally has NO experience at ALL), she also purchased the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens which is a KEY component of taking quality photos.

It is an investment that can pay off significantly.

How do I get started? Start taking pictures of any and everything, take online classes with skillshare and learn photoshop to polish off your photos and add quality finishes.

Related:See the top two apps to make money from your phone taking pictures here (no previous experience needed).

Post your best work on your social media networks and start your online portfolio on 500px (it’s Free!).

You can also:

  • Contact your local real estate agents and offer your services to take professional pictures of their new listings
  • License your photos through stock photography sites like iStock and Shutterstock
  • Submit images to The Sun Magazine
  • Offer your services for free to friends and family who want to take holiday, newborn, senior, weddings pictures, etc.  If you do a good job, those same people could turn into paying customers

How much can I make?

  • Wedding Photography -$700 – $3,500+
  • Senior Portrait Photography – $100-$300 a session
  • Small local businesses – $25 – $200 per image

16. Make Money with Printables

You can definitely do this on the weekends. Work on creating a printable and earn money from it over and over again. Printables are things like checklists, meal plans, budget trackers, etc.

People buy them all the time and most people who create these are not graphic designers. I know, because I interviewed two women who are doing this and they are very successful at it.

How much can I make: $500-$1,000+ per month

How do I get started? Check out my article How to Sell Printables on Etsy from two women who do this successfully as they show us how to get started and make money.

17. Clean Houses

Do you enjoy cleaning or just know it’s something you wouldn’t mind doing to make extra money? If so, you really should consider doing this because you could make a lot of money.

How much can I make: This is one of the best weekend jobs “near me” because you could make $1,000 per week working part-time

How do I get started? Check out my article on How to Start a Cleaning Business and get all the information you need to start today.

Bonus Tips

Sign up for Research Studies – Up to $400 per study

You can make quick easy money by participating in research studies. Below are the best-paid companies to sign up for:

Online Surveys

Share your opinion to help brands deliver better products and services and get paid in the form of gift cards or through PayPal.

How much can I make? If you take the time to answer a lot of surveys, you could make $50-$100 a month or more. This is just something to do to make extra money on the side.

How do I get started? I only recommend signing up for Survey Junkie, Swagbucks, and PrizeRebel.

The more survey sites you sign up for, the more you’ll make.

Pro Tip: Open a separate email account solely for surveys. You’ll start to get inundated with emails, and it will be more manageable to have them sent to a different account.

Final Thoughts

If you want to make even more money, check out my article on the top 10 Money Earning Apps and 30 ways to Make Money from Home.

I hope you enjoyed this list and have discovered a new way to make money on the weekends. Find more by searching “jobs that only work weekends near me.” If you liked this article and want to stay updated on more ways to make money, subscribe to our mailing list.

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Jobs & Careers

Want to build a career with a growing company? A company that is committed to your professional development? Looking for an opportunity that fits into your busy schedule and provide an opportunity for some extra money, along with discounts on your decorating? You can find all of this and more at Weekends Only.

We are committed to our mission to save our customers money, time and providing an experience that adds value to their lives. This not only applies to our customers, but to our employees (known as our Weekenders) as well! Our hiring reflects our company values: Honesty, Safety, Collaboration, Learning and Growth, Citizenship, Efficiency and, of course, having fun along the way!

We offer meaningful work and competitive compensation and benefits. Our career paths are flexible, too. Chart your own course based on your talents and interests, develop at your own pace, work in a variety of roles, and build on your personal strengths as you progress within the company.

With a wide-spanning offering of professional opportunities, between our Store locations, Corporate office, Distribution Center and Quality Care Center, there is something for everybody.

Our Ongoing Commitment to Candidate Safety

Weekends Only is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our team members, customers, and guests, including our interview candidates (like you!)

Learn more about Weekends Only Safe Interview Process.

What We’re Looking For

We love our customers! We want them to experience quality service and find quality products every single visit. It takes a talented, creative, and dedicated team to live out our mission and values.

We’re looking for customer-focused, team players who know how to solve problems and influence the people around them for the better. Weekends Only is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in our employees and providing an inclusive atmosphere with progressive opportunities for all.

So, why Weekends Only?

Variety & Flexibility

With multiple locations throughout Missouri in St. Louis and Springfield, as well as Fairview Heights, Illinois, and Indianapolis, Indiana, Weekends Only is growing quickly and has a location near you! We continue to bring our unique approach to making the most out of each and every weekend for our customers!

With various full-time and part-time roles, as well as leadership and corporate opportunities, there is something for everyone with Weekends Only!


We offer a generous benefits package for full and part-time employees, including:

  • Opportunities for career development
  • Employee/family discounts
  • Company-matched 401(k) plan
  • A variety of paid time off options, included paid parental leave, annual vacation, reward time off, sick time and personal holidays.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Health insurance options partially funded by WEO (full-time only)
  • Optional group dental, vision, disability, and life insurance (all employees)
  • Generous education reimbursement (Corporate & full-time only)
  • Employee referral program

Work Culture

We want to be an agent of human growth and happiness in our cities and within our own company. We want our employees’ personal and professional growth to start on their first day and last beyond their first decade with us. As a family-based company, we don’t just create goals for our sales—we create goals for our team’s growth and happiness.

Because of our commitment to collaboration, we believe each person's voice matters. Everyone on the team deserves a chance to be heard, from the day-to-day on the sales floor to our monthly ‘Coffee with an Exec’ meetings. We also create a fun, relational culture with events like annual company picnics, regular corporate potlucks, and coordinated community service efforts.

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There is much more that goes into being a Weekender than just our day-to-day responsibilities. Have a further look at everything that goes into the Weekends Only culture and environment, both in and outside of our business Community.

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