Have you filed an application here before?
Have you ever been employed here before?
Do any of your friends and/or relatives work here?
Can you travel if a job requires it?
Are you eligible for employment in the USA?
Can you, if hired, provide proof of your legal right to work in the USA?
Are you available to work
(check all that apply)
Are there any days and/or hours you cannot work?
Have you ever been convicted of any criminal offenses involving dishonesty or a breach of trust?
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE YOUR RESUME
START WITH YOUR PRESENT OR MOST RECENT EMPLOYER
Please give an accurate & complete full-time and part-time employment record for the past ten (10) years. Explain any lapse in time.
Special Skills and Training
Please list any skills & training which will better qualify you for the position in which you are interested.
Professional Licenses and/or Certifications
Computer, Software, &/or Equipment
Experience and Qualifications - Drivers Licenses
Accident Record for past three (3) years
Traffic Convictions and Forfeitures for past three (3) years
(other than parking violations)
A. Have you ever been denied a license or priviledge to operate a motor vehicle?
B. Has any license, permit, or privilege ever been suspended or revoked?
Upload your resume
Resume required for business development, creative, pre-press, accounting, management & office positions.
Resume not required for operators (press, digital, bindery, mailroom) & delivery drivers.
It is the intent of Phillips Printing to comply with the requirements of the immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 and hire only workers who are legally eligible to work in the United States.
If you are hired by Phillips Printing, you will be required to show proof of work eligibility and documentation to establish your true identity. If hired, you must bring these eligiblity documents with you on your first day of work.
A valid state driver's license with picture is sufficient proof of identity. Employment elibility can be established by a Social Security Card or U.S. Birth Certificate. Both identity and employment authority can be established by a U.S. Passport, a certificate of U.S. Citizenship of Naturalization, an unexpired foreign passport endorsed with authority to be employed, or an Alien (Green) Card bearing a picture and employment authorization.