Are You An Awesome Barista? Apple Is Looking For You

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Apple is hiring, and all you need to do is make good coffee to be their iCup technician

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As Apple continues its hiring spree, one new job posting is not like the others: an iCup technician.

Although this may sound like a fancy title for a new web-connected athletic protective wear or smart home coffee concept, the listing is for "someone to brew coffee to all Apple employees within their department."

Apple posted the job vacancy on their website, and are looking for people with experience with coffee machines and "some computer skills"

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The job description, which was first spotted by Time, was posted on June 28. It notes the technician will work out of its Santa Clara Valley, California, offices; job requirements include the ability to fix coffee machines and make deliveries — but applicants must also have "some computer skills."

This person must have "prior experience with coffee machines," someone who "continually grows in knowledge" and has "some computer skills."

“The Apple iCup Services is specially designed to provide a fresh brew coffee to all Apple employees within their department. The iCup staff is also available on call during business of operation,” the posting reads.

Check the FULL job description to see if you fit the bill

If you manage to land the job, you might be working at the newly opened Caffè Macs cafeteria, exclusive only to Apple employees

Though guests are allowed to visit the main cafeteria at the Infinite Loop campus, the new Caffè Macs at Alves is open to Apple employees exclusively.

The newly opened cafeteria is just a short distance away from Apple's main headquarters, called the Infinite Loop

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The new cafeteria is located at the corner of Bandley and Alves Drive in Cupertino, about half a mile from Apple’s Infinite Loop complex. The new two-story building houses a cafe, meeting rooms, lounge areas, and a courtyard. There’s also lots of underground parking, but employees could easily walk or take a company shuttle to get there for lunch.

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