Are you 18 years of age or older?
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If you do not have a resume, please list your employment history here:
Any comments you would care to make regarding your skills, knowledge, abilities and experience which especially qualify you for work with the Metroparks?
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Valid Drivers license type:
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Drivers license expiration date:
Age 18/or older?
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Were you ever previously employed by the Metroparks?
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If you answered "Yes" to being previously employed by the Metroparks, please complete the following:
Park(s) Worked for: Last Position Held: Last Day Worked Supervisor Name:
What date are you available to start working?
What is your end date to work this calendar year? Note: An end date prior to Labor Day may cause you to become ineligible for a seasonal bonus!*
Are you available to work any of the following before your listed start date?
Weekends Holidays Evenings
This job will require you to work weekends, holidays, afternoon shifts and evenings. Are you willing to do this?
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Are you related to anyone currently employed by the Metroparks?
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If you are related to a current Metroparks employee please provide his/her full name and their relation to you.
Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony?
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If you answered "Yes" to having a misdemeanor or felony, please complete the following:
Date: Offense: Place: Disposition:
High School Attended?
Did you Graduate?
Field of Study
Please check the equipment you have experience with.
Lawn Mower- Push Behind Lawn Mower- Riding Lawn Mower- Professional Weed Whip Chainsaw Edger Blower Rake Handsaw Power Drill Air Compressor
Please indicate the vehicles/heavy equipment you have experience operating:
Cars/Small Pick Up Trucks Large Pick Up Truck Garbage Truck Bulldozer Backhoe Front Loader Manual Shift Vehicle Tractor
Are you legally authorized to work in the United States?
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Will you now or in the future require sponsorship for employment VISA status (e.g., H-1B VISA Status)?
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The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 states that employers must require all persons hired to submit documents to the employer showing their identity and their right to be lawfully employed in the United States. It also requires that the employer complete and sign a government form to this effect. If you are hired by Huron Clinton Metropolitan Authority, you will need to furnish documents for inspection that verify your identity and indicate that you are legally permitted to work in the United States. These documents must be provided in three (3) working days of employment. If the original documents are not available, you must submit proof that you have applied for the required documents.
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