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WyCoCo Employment Application
Email *
Last Name *
First Name *
Street Address, City, State, Zip *
Phone *
The minimum age for a barista is 16. Do you meet this requirement? *
The minimum age to serve wine is 21. Do you meet this requirement? *
Are you a citizen of the United States? *
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Your appearance is a reflection of WyCoCo's brand. Are you willing to comply with our dress code? *
Are you physically able to perform a job that requires you to complete many different tasks, such as standing, walking, twisting, and lifting objects up to 40 pounds, in a fast paced environment? This includes maintaining store cleanlines and preparing food and beverage products to customer satisfaction with or without accomodation. *
How many hours per week are you looking to work? *
Are you available evenings and weekends? *
Are you willing to work on holidays? (WyCoCo anticipates being closed on New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas) *
Education - Please list high school and/or college experience and date (or anticipated date) of graduation *
Previous Employment - Please list any previous work experience including the name of company, job title, responsibilities, date of employment, reason for leaving, and name & contact information of supervisor. *
References - Please list the name, title, & contact information for 3 professional or academic references. Do not list imediate family. *
Military Service (if applicable) - Please list the branch, date of service, rank at discharge, type of discharge, and any other relevant military infomation.
Disclaimer & Signature - By checking yes, I certify that my answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If the application leads to employment, I understand that false or misleading information in my application or interview may result in my release.
Please describe why you are interested in this position and/or add any further explanation or information here:
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