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Section 1: Employee Information

Name:

Last Name (required)

First Name (required)

Middle Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Address:

Street (required)

City (required)

State (required)

Zip (required)

Telephone:

Home

Cell (required)

Other

Social Security Number:

Birthdate (Year-Month-Day Example: 1900-12-31):

Are you 18 years or older?

 Yes No

Expected Pay?

Are you eligible for lawful employment in the United States?

 Yes No

Have you been convicted of a felony?

 Yes No

If yes, explain:

How many miles are you willing to travel for employment?

Have you ever worked for PSI?

 Yes No

If so, when?

If so, where?

Section 2: Availability for Work

Please indicate the hours and types of assignments for which you are available. (You may choose more than one)

Hours:
 1st Shift 2nd Shift 3rd Shift Weekends

Please indicate the types of work you would like to avoid. (You may choose more than one)

 Fast Paced Standing Repetitive hand motion Loud Machinery Outdoors Indoors Lift more than 50 lbs. Other / Describe

Do you have a current, valid Driver’s License?

 Yes No

DL#

Issued State

Do you have reliable transportation?

 Yes No

How did you hear about Precision Services?

Have you ever worked through a Staffing Agency?

 Yes No

If so, for whom?

Where?

Precision Services does NOT discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, sex, disability or veteran status. It is our intention that all applicants be given an equal opportunity and the selected decisions are based on job related facts.

Section 3: Work Experience

THIS SECTION MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED BEFORE YOU CAN BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT

Begin with your present work experience and work backward in order. List all of your employers; describe duties in detail as to type of work, responsibilities and any supervisory skills.

Employer:

Dates Employed (Year-Month-Day Example: 1900-12-31):

to

Job Title:

Starting Pay:

Final Pay:

Employers Address:

Street (required)

City (required)

State (required)

Zip (required)

Supervisor’s Name:

Telephone Number:

May we contact Employer?

 Yes No

Major Responsibilities:

Reason for Leaving:

Employer:

Dates Employed (Year-Month-Day Example: 1900-12-31):

to

Job Title:

Starting Pay:

Final Pay:

Employers Address:

Street (required)

City (required)

State (required)

Zip (required)

Supervisor’s Name:

Telephone Number:

May we contact Employer?

 Yes No

Major Responsibilities:

Reason for Leaving:

Employer:

Dates Employed (Year-Month-Day Example: 1900-12-31):

to

Job Title:

Starting Pay:

Final Pay:

Employers Address:

Street (required)

City (required)

State (required)

Zip (required)

Supervisor’s Name:

Telephone Number:

May we contact Employer?

 Yes No

Major Responsibilities:

Reason for Leaving:

Section 4: References

Please list three verifiable references (preferably work references)

Name:

Telephone Number:

Name:

Telephone Number:

Name:

Telephone Number:

Section 5: On the Job Experience

Please review the following list of skills and using the box provided indicate the number of years on the job experience you have.

# Years Experience

General Labor

# Years Experience

General Labor

# Years Experience

General Labor

Skills: Check all that apply

 Customer Service Data Entry Word PowerPoint Excel QuickBooks Collating Mail Sorting Receptionist Blue Print Reading Custodian/Janitor Clean Room Material Handler Inventory Software Schematic Drawing Drill Press Electrician Moving Machine Set Up Forklift Certified Forklift Uncertified Packaging Shipping/Receiving Stocking Warehouse Machinist Mechanical Assembly Metal Finishing Electronic Assembly Micrometer Soldering Woodworking Cabinet Making Maintenance Hand Tools Mills/Lathes Staging Pallets General Maintenance Nail Gun Welding, Arc Grounds Keeping/Lawn Welding, Mig Painting Saws Welding, Tig Textiles Welding, Stick Pipe Filter

Do you have your own tools?

 Yes No

Steel-Toe Shoes?

 Yes No

Section 6: Education Training

Please check the highest level of education you have completed:

 GED High School Diploma Trade School Associate’s Degree Master’s Degree

Name of school most recently attended:

Major Course of Study:

Have you ever served in the U.S. Armed Forces?

 Yes No

Please list special skills, certificates or licenses:

Self-Aptitude Test

Name:

Date (Year-Month-Day Example: 1900-12-31):

1. Look at the row of numbers below. What number should come next?
8, 4, 2, 1, ½, ¼, ?

2. Assume the first two statements are true.

a. The boy plays baseball.
b. All baseball players wear hats.
c. The boy wears a hat.
The final statement is:
 True False Not Certain

3. Paper sells for .21 cents per pad. How much will four pads cost?

4. How many of the five pairs listed below are exact duplicates?

5. PRESENT/RESERVE, The two words:

 have similar meaning. have contradictory meaning. mean neither the same or opposite.

6. Which of the following figures is most different from the others? *See image at the top of the application page

7. A train travels 20 feet in 1/5 second. At these same speeds, how many feet will the train travel in three seconds?

8. When rope is selling at $.10 a foot, how many feet can you buy for sixty cents?

9. The ninth month of the year is:

 October January June September May

10. Which number in the following group of numbers represent the smallest amount?

 7 .8 31 .33 2

11. Susan can type 10 pages in 5 minutes. Mary can type 5 pages in 10 minutes. Working together, how many pages can they type in 30 minutes?

 15 20 25 65 75

12. Which of the following is least like the others?

 Cube Sphere Pyramid Circle

13. Making enough stew to feed 4 people requires 9 carrots. You want to make enough stew to feed 16 people. How many carrots do you need?

 45 Carrots 40 Carrots 18 Carrots 36 Carrots

14. Assume the first two statements are true.

a. Tome greeted Beth.
b. Beth greeted Dawn.
c. Tom did not greet Dawn.
 True False Not Certain

15. A boy is 17 years old and his sister is twice as old. When the boy is 23, what will be the age of his sister?

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