10 Valley companies hiring workers now, April 20, 2014

PHOENIX - Looking for a job? Many companies and employers are looking for workers in the Valley. We found 10 companies to apply at on Indeed.com, Job.com and Monster.com.

Petsmart is hiring for various positions around the Valley. They are looking for early-morning stockers, interns, cashiers, PetsHotel guest service associates, managerial positions and more.

Arizona State University is also hiring a variety of coordinators and assistants. They are also hiring in the research and counseling fields, along with other positions at different colleges within the university.

If you want to work in the hospitality industry, Marriott is hiring housekeepers, guest service representatives, supervisors and other spots in the food sector. Baristas, food runners, cooks and catering executives are among the positions that need filled.

CVS is hiring photo technicians, beauty advisers, pharmacy trainees and cashiers.

A number of education and teaching positions are available through BASIS Educational Group . History, physical education, special education, art, sciences, drama and language arts teachers are among those needed through the educational group. Listed positions are both part-time and full-time jobs.

Swift Transport is hiring across the country, but are looking for diesel mechanics, analysts, advisers and more in the Valley.

The City of Phoenix is hiring part-time and full-time employees that can fill jobs as librarians, forensic scientists, various specialists, volunteers and more.

If you are bilingual, H&R Block is hiring many seasonal positions and noticeably many bilingual positions.

Those looking for a job in the healthy grocer field can find many job postings from Sprouts . They are hiring clerks and baggers as well as managers, vitamin clerks, public relations interns and more.

Banner Health has over 300 positions open in the Valley. Those willing to work in home care, therapy, advisers, nurse practitioners and more can view open positions online.

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