Application for Catering Specialist

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1) Education history (places, dates)

2) Work History (places, dates)

3) Names for references


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Have you ever served in the U.S. Military?

Are you authorized to work in the United States?

What's your ethnicity?

Can you, after employment, submit verification of your legal right to work in the United States?

Are you 18 or Older?

Have you been convicted of a felony?

Are you a veteran?

Do you have a valid driver's license?

Is there any reason you could not perform all physical aspects of this job? (Including being able to lift up to 25 pounds unassisted and up to 50 pounds assisted)

Have you ever worked for this organization before?

Have you ever been discharged or asked to resign from any position?

Would you be willing to submit a hair sample for drug testing?

Work History

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Reason for Leaving?

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Educational History

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Do you have reliable transportation to work available?

Are you available to work Part-Time?

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Please list the specific days and times that you are available to work:

Your Math Skills

Joe is preparing 18 hot dogs for his party. However, Joe only has 12 hot dog buns. How many more hot dog buns does Joe need?

During the past half hour, a restaurant has had 23 orders for Pepsi and 15 orders for Mountain Dew. How many more orders have there been for Pepsi than for Mountain Dew.

It is 3:00 p.m. here, and Australia is 13 hours ahead of us. What time is it in Australia?

Tom has been given 35 chores to complete today. This morning he finished 7 of them. How many chores does he now have left to do?

Sara loves to go hiking. This week she hiked 3 miles on Monday, 4 miles on Tuesday, and 3 miles on Thursday. Last week Sara hiked 8 miles. How many more miles did Sara hike this week than last week?

Liz wants to buy her favorite musical group's new CD. The CD costs $15.24, including tax. Liz gives the store clerk a twenty-dollar bill. How much change should Liz get back?

Rene is going to the lake to visit some friends. If the lake is 60 miles away, and Rene is driving at 40 miles per hour the entire time, how long will it take her to get to the lake?

Jason has decided to sell one of his baseball cards. The card is valued at $51.00. The store is only offering Jason $29.00. How much less is Jason being offered for his card than what it is valued at?

Ed is doing a survey of popular colors for cars for a school report. He decides to take a sample by sitting near a busy intersection and noting the colors of the cars as they go by him. Ed counts 23 black cars, 9 red cars, 17 blue cars, 25 white cars, and 21 silver cars during 20 minutes of watching. How many more white and blue cars are there than silver and red cars?

Rodney is making three pizzas. The recipe says that, for one pizza, he needs 2 cups of flour, 2 teaspoons of instant active dry yeast, 2 cloves of garlic, 1 tablespoon of olive oil, and some other ingredients. Rodney is out of flour, and goes to the store to buy a gab containing 20 cups of flour. How much flour will he have left over after making the pizzas?

If a dozen people get on a train, and five of them get off at the next stop, how many of those people are left on the train?

If Robert buys a candy bar for 78 cents, how much change does he get back from a one-dollar bill?

$0.63 + _______ = $1.00

If Jamie has five dollars and purchases a soda for one dollar and fifteen cents, how much change does Jamie get back?

$1.97 + _____= $5.00

Your Language Skills

Julia_______ in the garden.

Jose _______ daily paper.

Earl_____go to the game today.

Mia said the movie ______.

Jeff needs_______the letter.

"Regina loves to play sport's after class." The incorrect word or phrase is:

The fireworks exhibition had awesome _____.

Rita _____into the cellar.

Hector says he does not _____ when the movie starts.

Brad and Susan ______getting married next month.

I will _______John if he know the address.

Susan doesn't want to _______you with her problems.

Your Reading Skills

Roger and Tara are planning a day at the beach with their kids Mark, Kyle, and Becca.  Roger packs a lunch for the family with turkey sandwiches for everyone except Kyle, who only seems to like peanut butter and jelly.  Tara is busy making sure that Becca has her asthma inhaler, and that the family has enough sun screen to last the entire day.  Mark, the eldest, is helping his dad by packing the family van, and by securing the beach chairs to the roof.  

Who has asthma?

Where is the family going?

Who does not like turkey sandwiches?

Who is the oldest child?

Cathy is planning a reception for her daughter's wedding.  All of the family is invited, but not all of the family members get along particularly well.  Cathy must be careful not to seat certain family members together who might not care for each other.  She knows that Aunt Amanda and Aunt Sally always feud about who makes the best apple pies.  Cousin Larry and Uncle Robby always get into arguments about which football team is the best.  Robby grew up with Sally and they have been close since they were kids, but Aunt Amanda and Uncle Robby are married with 4 kids.  Larry is not married and has not kids.

What do Cousin Larry and Uncle Robby argue over?

Who is Cathy?

Who grew up with Robby?

Your Learning Skills

Please read the following paragraphs carefully.  They are similar to the types of training material you'll be using if you were to join our team.  Afterward, you'll be asked to take a brief exam based on what you've read.


You, your co-workers, and your customers could get sick if you don't follow proper food safety practices.  The location at which you are working could close, and you could lose your job.

Fortunately, you can follow practices to help ensure that the food you prepare and serve to your customers is safe.

A foodborne illness a disease that is transmitted to people by food.

Most foodborne illnesses are caused by microorganisms.  Microorganisms are tiny forms of life that are so small you can't see, taste or smell them.  They include bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi. Bacteria are the biggest threat to food safetyl.  Once bacteria begin to grow on food, it's like a rapid chain reaction.  And if someone eats that food, an illness can develop.

Foods that allow microorganisms to grow are called potentially hazardous foods.  These foods are high in protein, neutral or slightly acidic, and high in moisture.  Examples are chili, beans, spaghetti, milk, cheese, chicken and hamburger.

There are four factors that directly cause food to become unsafe:  time-temperature abuse; cross-contamination; poor personal hygiene; and improper cleaning and sanitizing.

Food has been time-temperature abused whenever it has been allowed to remain in the temperature danger zone.  The danger zone exists whenever the temperature of a potentially hazardous food falls between 41 degrees and 135 degrees. Food cannot remain in the dangerous range for more than four hours.

Cross-contamination occurs when microorganisms are transferred from one food or surface to another, carried by utensils, hands, or other foods.  There are several ways to prevent cross-contamination, including hand washing, proper cleaning and sanitizing, and properly storing raw food below ready-to-eat food.

The biggest cause of foodborne illness is poor personal hygiene.  People who don't wash their hands properly, or often enough, are the biggest risks to food safety.  Other poor hygiene practices include not covering cuts, burns, or sores;touching body parts; and wearing jewelry.

Your Learning Skills Exam

A foodborne illness is a disease that is transmitted to people by food.

Foods that allow microorganisms to grow are called parasites.

Cross-contamination is

The biggest cause of foodborne illness is:

The temperature danger zone is:


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