Broken Mobile™ recently moved its headquarters from northern Virginia to Burr Plaza in Kearneysville, West Virginia. The mobile device solutions company repairs and replaces mobile devices and tablets for the public, as well as corporate and government clients. Broken Mobile™ evaluated six states before selecting West Virginia, citing proximity to Washington, D.C, and the low cost of doing business as key advantages.
Although most of company’s 29 full- and part-time employees will transfer to West Virginia, Broken Mobile™ plans to hire technicians and other staff during a job fair May 28 and 29. Job fair location, times and available positions are listed on the company’s website broken-mobile.com/careers. Advance registration is required. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org
and include name, resume, position(s) sought, and the date and time the applicant will attend. Although Broken Mobile will hire many veterans, non-veterans are encouraged to apply for all positions.
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