Although Canadian I.S. is always looking for highly-qualified technicians to add to our growing family, we do not hire technicians for short-term contracts or basis of interim-based employment.
We're proud to boast that our technicians remain employed throughout weak economic development periods, and the main factor for a change of employer is generally due to relocation to another city.
...Have you got what it takes to be a Canadian I.S. technician?
Your list of strong technical skills include:
Troubleshooting and resolving workstation software issues such as viruses, malware, Windows and program corruption, mis-configuration.
Troubleshooting and resolving workstation hardware issues deriving from CPU, RAM, HDD, Video, etc.
Troubleshooting and resolving workstation peripheral issues such as printers, scanners, cameras, etc.
Assembly and installation of new systems and hardware upgrades.
Deploying system roll-outs via various 'image' software solutions.
A strong grasp of all networking configurations, security and protocols, both wired and wireless.
Your strength in work habits include:
Working as part of a team - while maintaining the ability to work unsupervised when necessary.
Ability to multitask on various activities, while maintaining the timelines required for each task.
A keen eye towards attention to detail - both in workmanship, and in detailed reporting.
Whether it’s due to a change in your location, or a result of downsizing from your previous place of work, we know that there are highly trained technicians just like you that are looking for a new place to call home.
As a member of the Canadian I.S. team, you are representing a leader in PC support and customer service.
Please understand that although we will review every resume forwarded to us, we will only contact those individuals that meet our stringent guidelines for inclusion in our team of skilled professionals.
Resumes for the position of PC Technician can be sent to us via email: