Become an iTech! iCracked expanding across Canada! Got what it takes?
Hi ehMacians. As many of you know, I fairly recently left running ehMac.ca to devout my full-time to being an iPhone, iPad and iPod touch repair person for a company called iCracked. Things have been going really great and I'm now helping out with expansion across Canada. We're looking for more "iTechs" in Canadian cities like:
If you are interested in becoming a Canadian iTech, please don't fill out the form online, but rather, email resume and information about yourself to [email protected]. If we think you're a good candidate, someone from iCracked will contact you about joining the team of over 300 iTechs (And growing fast!)
What if you have a knack for fixing things but have no degree or papers in the trade. Also, are you looking for younger people or would a sixty year old have a chance?
There is training and lots of resources at your disposal.
Not looking for any specific age requirements, there are iTechs who are college students and there are iTechs who are retired. A knack for fixing things is really great along with an entrepreneurial spirit. This is not to be an employee of iCracked, but to run your own iCracked iTech business.
I do have a knack for opening up tiny devices to fix stuff, and I do need an excuse to buy a new six speed manual 2014 Kia Rondo...
LOL. Almost all iTechs who get dedicated vehicles with wraps are going with Smart Cars. I would of as well, but at 6'7", I don't fit in one (Just barely though) Other iTechs just put something on the back window, or little magnet signs on the front.
My KIA iCracked Mobile feels like my little race car with sponsored advertising on it. My teenage kids... not so excited to have Dad's face on the side that draws attention to them when I pick them up from high school.