Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Sacramento Bee hiring part-time drivers -- $12.50 per hour

The Sacramento Bee is advertising for part-time commercial drivers. The announcement:


The Sacramento Bee is currently accepting applications for part-time commercial drivers to work nights. Duties include bulk newspaper delivery to distribution centers. Air brake endorsement required and must not have an automatic transmission restriction. Night shift: Work a schedule between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., approximately 15-25 hours per week, including weekends. Pay is $12.50 per hour.

You must be able to provide a clean DMV printout (no points).

With your professional driving skills, valid Class A or B license, current DMV printout and medical card, you could join our team of drivers at one of Sacramento’s oldest and most respected companies.


California Class A or B driver license, clean DMV printout, medical card, and commercial driving experience. Ability to work nights and weekends.

Click here for more details.



Anonymous said...

"Air brake endorsement required and must not have an automatic transmission restriction."

Code words for NO FEMALES need apply. Everyone knows there are many subtle ways to discriminate against minorities and females and this is a prime example.

Why does McClatchy fear strong females? Why do the liberals HATE working women so much? Females in high heels in the executive offices are OK, but any female with grease under her fingernails is not.


Anonymous said...

Why would this be a discrimination against females and minorities? Are you saying a female cannot drive a straight transmission?

Just wondering . . .

Gladimgone said...

Yeah, I fail to see where this is discrimination. I'm a woman and I can drive a stick.