Mission Repair is hiring!

Hello there and good morning!

We are looking for a few great employees that are comfortable with customer service, that want to be technicians, like their early mornings (we open at 10:00am!) and want to be part of our growing team to serve our customers.

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Did I mention that customer service is of the utmost importance? We are an innovative “forward thinking” company that has several locations and expanding; We’re looking for talented individuals that want a great place to work. With training programs in place, a fun atmosphere and great benefits, a career at Mission Repair is challenging and rewarding. We provide paid sick and holiday time, 2 weeks of paid vacation, excellent medical, dental, and workers comp insurance plans.

We are currently conducting interviews for our Mission, Kansas location and our newest location in Lenexa, Kansas which is opening on 9/1/15!

Mission Repair is seeking a Service and Repair Technician to repair (down to board level) iPods, iPads, iPhones and Android Cell Phones. The ideal candidate will have technical experience in a related industry, however we will train the right energetic, customer service oriented applicant. This is a unique opportunity to be part of a rapidly growing team, critical to Mission Repair’s growth. These positions are located in Lenexa and Mission Kansas.

Responsibilities:

* Service a large volume of incoming repairs. These are customers that need 100% of your attention. These locations receive end user (walk-in retail) units that arrive daily.
* Create persuasive sales techniques to help our customers choose the correct service or part. The technician’s job will entail speaking to each customer for approval on the repair. We do not over sell our customers.
* Analyze our operation line performance statistics and recommend optimized service solutions.
* Exceed quotas and maintain our lead time promises.
* Ensure that our clients receive the highest level of customer service.
* Have the ability to work unsupervised while prioritizing and delivering timely, high quality work.

Requirements:

* 1-3 years of technical experience, however we are willing to train the right employee
* Proven track record of reaching and exceeding production goals
* Knowledge of iPods or Android Phones a plus
* Demonstrated ability to perform well in a highly dynamic, rapidly changing environment
* Understand user behavior and how technology works and the ability to explain each in ordinary terms
* Excellent communication and presentation skills
* Great team player
* Willing to work 10am to 7pm shifts, including possible weekend shifts from 10am to 5pm.

Send your resume to lennie@missionrepair.com for possible consideration, we are starting new employees immediately!

Thanks, have a great day. Ryan

Now Hiring at Mission Repair. This is not a drill!

Hello everyone. . .we’ve stoked the coals and we’ve got this freight train of a business rolling. We are in immediate need of several new employees effective immediately.

Please be on the lookout for our first ever “Job Fair” that will provide some great insight to our business and what has brought us to this point in the last several years – but until then just click on our “Great Mission Repair Opportunities” link and apply online. Here’s what I’m looking for:

People that have a clue. Candidates will want to come to work to make a difference, want to have opportunities to advance from within and that have a vision of happiness and self-worth. Does this sound like you?

Take your time, read over the opportunities, and email us your resume. We are hiring to fill 2 departments and need to get some awesome people in here as soon as possible. If you want a chance to join our amazing team just let us know!

have a great Thursday, Ryan

Are these the hands of an iPhone technician?

This weekend I was hanging around the house watching some football- what a weekend of football it was! My goodness there are teams that I think are good then just prove they are not. Then there are teams that are bad, and continue to be bad. I guess it’s the way football goes. You just never know! Anyway. . .

My son Casey was hanging out on the couch with me (we got some good “couch time” together!) and I noticed his hands. . .

I put mine up to his and yes, it’s a perfect match. Are these the hands of a future iPhone Repair technician? I think maybe. Or maybe a future wide receiver for the NFL? I really don’t know yet, but at 13 years old he’s starting to surpass me. . .I can still beat him in a foot race, but something tells me he’s going to be taller than 6’3″. Oh yeah, we’re also wearing the same shoe size (size 12) and I clearly remember my feet still growing in high school. Hmm, is this a product of living in “corn-fed” Kansas? 😉

OK, moving on to business. . .look for us in the news. This week will mark some huge press for Mission Repair. Let me know what you think and keep your eyes open. Happy Holidays!

Ryan