Electronics Engineering Technician

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Associate's Degree

Our world is brighter because of electronics engineering technicians—they rely on an understanding of circuitry and electronic systems to build and maintain the electronic equipment that powers everything from laboratories to transportation. Electronics engineering technicians roll up their sleeves to convert engineers’ plans to working prototypes. Their work is essential to the improvement of equipment that powers every aspect of our daily lives.

Also known as: Digital Technician, Electrical Technician, Electronics Technician, Engineering Technician, Failure Analysis Technician, Refurbish Technician, Senior Electronics Technician, Test Technician
Equipment Maintenance
Operation Monitoring
Quality Control Analysis
Systems Analysis
Systems Evaluation
Build electronic equipment and systems from rough sketches and designs
Troubleshoot and fix malfunctioning electronics
Analyze designs and prototypes and recommend improvements
Design basic electronic circuitry
Support designs with detailed sketches, specifications and instructions
Perform maintenance on existing equipment and systems
Make equipment and system components

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