You just found the job you never thought existed.

  • Part-Time and Full-Time Jobs

  • Work from anywhere

Work and Life shouldn’t be so hard.

  • Tired of your commute?
  • Need work/life balance?
  • Want to be freed from your cubicle?
  • Ready to use your talents again?
  • Had enough office drama?

Your next job can happen at home!

Finding a job in today’s world should be easier than ever, but it’s not. Especially if you’re looking for an opportunity that doesn’t force you to choose between a career and a life. Maybe you’re a young professional looking for the right fit, a mom wanting to raise your own children while working, or an empty-nester who wants more flexibility. Whatever stage you’re in, one thing is certain: you deserve a better way to work and live. In Play Sportswear provides the option to work from home, while choosing how much you work and when.

Who we serve:

  • Sporting Goods Retailers
  • Screen Printing Shops
  • Embroidery Shops
  • Trophy and Awards Stores
  • Team Dealers
  • Retail Stores
  • Promotional and Ad Specialty

A few questions you may be asking:
  • How many hours a week can I work?
We have contractors who work as little as 10 hours per week (the minimum) while other choose to work 40+ hours per week.
    • Do contractors work specific hours?  What does "on call" mean?
    Our contractors are asked to be available to their clients Monday through Friday, normal business hours.  This means a contractor is typically "on call" for client's needs during those hours.
      • Will you train me?
      In Play contracts with the best, most highly skilled professionals in the industry, who self-develop and self-train.  We do provide on-going resources and support for our contractors.
        • Can I continue to work full-time and supplement my current position with In Play?
        Currently, all of our positions require full daytime availability and are not project based.  If you are working in an office or "on demand" to another position, we would consider this a conflict of interest.
          • Who is a typical contractor?
          Most contractors are college educated.  Most of them come to us with years of experience in a professional sales career of some sort.

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