Assistant Manager - Steak Pit Restaurant

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I authorize Snowbird Operations LLC to investigate all statements contained in this application and / or on my resume as submitted. I authorize those persons, schools and employers named in this application to provide Snowbird Operations LLC with all relevant information needed to evaluate my qualifications and release those persons, schools, and employees from any liability for disclosure of such information. I understand that to be considered as a formal applicant, the position for which I am applying must be specifically identified, open, and recruitment for the position going on at the time this application is received by the Human Resources Department.

I declare that my answers to the questions in this application are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that any false statements or omissions appearing on this or any other employment form or provided during the interview process will be sufficient reason not to hire me, and if discovered after my employment, may result in termination.

I understand that my employment is "at will" which means that, if employed, my employment and compensation can be terminated, with or without cause, and with or without notice, at any time, at the option of either the Company or myself. No one other than the President of Snowbird Operations LLC has any authority to enter into an agreement for employment for any specified period of time, or to make any agreement contrary to the foregoing.

I understand any employment offer is contingent upon producing documents establishing my eligibility to work in the United States, satisfactory results from reference checks, and compliance with Snowbird Operations LLC policies and procedures. I understand that I may be required to provide verification (diplomas, licenses, certifications, transcripts, type tests, etc.) of information contained in this application. I fully agree to the forgoing terms and conditions.

I will abide by the existing rules of Snowbird Operations LLC and will abide by such rules and regulations as may become effective while I am so employed. I understand that it is contrary to Snowbird Operations LLC's policies and procedures to manufacture, distribute, dispense, posses, or be under the influence of any illegal substance while I am on Snowbird Operations LLC property or while conducting Snowbird Operations LLC business outside of Snowbird property. If employed by Snowbird Operations LLC I understand that my failure to comply with Snowbird Operations LLC's drug and alcohol policies will result in disciplinary action, possible termination of employment, and possible legal consequences.

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