An electronic technician is needed to set up, maintain, and repair electronic systems and equipment. You’ll evaluate the system’s performance, analyze the data, and present the findings.
This position involves hands-on experience calibrating and aligning system components and circuits utilizing a variety of hand and power equipment. You must also be able to grasp and follow sophisticated technical documents in order to succeed in this profession.
We’d like to hear from you if you have good problem-solving skills, an eye for detail, and good manual dexterity.
- Previous experience as an electronic technician or in a similar position is required.
- An associate’s degree or an electronic technician apprenticeship
- Engineering or electronics certification is required.
Skills required for the job
- Practical knowledge of electronic testing and circuitry
- Working experience with a variety of tools and equipment
- Microsoft Office as well as diagnostic software (e.g. PC-based)
- Physical stamina and hand-eye coordination are both excellent.
- Set up electrical devices and systems
- Assemble and link the various components of the system (e.g. cables)
- Create prototype models based on technical specifications.
- Keep track of the project’s progress and report on it.
- Calculate the cost of materials and estimate the damage.
- Analyze data and test system functionality
- Repair circuitry and other system structures that have malfunctioned.
- Complex manuals and diagrams must be read and understood.
- Maintain inventory and update reports
- On technical tasks, collaborate with engineers and other professionals.
- Build and repair systems with a variety of tools (e.g. grinders)
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