I am new to the north-American job market (I am an immigrant) and I am struggling to prepare my resume and everything else. My biggest question at the moment is how to present the information that I've had two concurrent functions at the same company.
My parents had a small company back in my country and since I was a teenager I took care of the technology there, very amateurishly, on an on-demand basis. In spite of liking tech a lot, I thought it would be better to become a Bachelor in Business Administration so I could help my parents better. While I was in the university and until I came to Canada, I kept working at the tech side of the growing business, which became increasingly complex (but still on an on-demand basis), but as soon as I graduated, I also took care of the company's Customer Relationship, which became my main function. In a week I would spend around 40 hours doing Customer Relationship and 6 hours doing tech. My job titles were officially "Customer Relationship Manager" and "Information Technology Consultant".
I have just graduated in a Information Technology diploma, Software Development major, and I see that my experience put me ahead of my colleagues but I am afraid that disclosing my experience in tech would make me overqualified for junior positions but not be enough to get me intermediate positions.
I was thinking in downplaying my tech experience so I would not scare junior positions, since I am not very confident that I could handle an intermediary level. But how do I do that? Should I completely omit it? What do you think?