Electronic Engineering Technician

Conducts tests of electronic systems, collects and analyses data, and assembles circuitry in support of Electronics Engineers and Engineering Technologists. Registration or licensing may be required.
Training time 2 - 5 years
Average pay $74,784
Employment prospects Poor
Employment size 1,000

What does an Electronic Engineering Technician do?

  • preparing drawings, plans and diagrams for electronic engineering work
  • developing, constructing and testing electronic equipment and associated circuitry in accordance with technical manuals and instructions of Electronics Engineers and Engineering Technologists
  • performing tests, graphing results, preparing charts and tabulations
  • estimating material costs and quantities
  • evaluating performance of equipment
  • inspecting designs and finished products for compliance with specifications, drawings, contracts and regulations

Specialisations

  • Aircraft Electronics Technical Officer
  • Communications Engineering Technical Officer
  • Communications Engineering Technician
  • Computer Numeric Control Technical Officer
  • Digital Controls Technical Officer
  • Flight Surveyor
  • Printed Circuit Board Designer
  • Process Control Technician
  • Telemetry Technician

Related courses

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Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering
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