Electronics Technician Job Openings - 26 Jobs

  • Estimated Salary

    $49,720

    Production Lab Technician (Electronics)
    Curtiss-Wright Corporation

    Ashburn, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $49,720

    NEW
    Production Lab Technician (Electronics)
    Curtiss Wright

    Ashburn, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
    M. C. Dean, Inc.

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronic Sec Tech III-CM
    Chenega Corporation

    Springfield, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronic Technician
    Orbital ATK

    Dulles Town Center, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronics Technician Senior
    Dyncorp International LLC.

    Springfield, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    NEW
    Electronic Sec Tech III-CM
    Chenega

    Springfield, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    NEW
    Electronic Technician Job
    Alliant Techsystems

    Dulles Town Center, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $66,950

    NEW
    Electronic Sec Tech II-CISS
    Chenega

    White Oak, MD

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronic Technician 2
    Northrop Grumman

    Falls Church, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronics Technician I
    Dyncorp International LLC.

    Springfield, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronics Technician
    MTEQ

    Fort Belvoir, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
    M. C. Dean, Inc.

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronics Technician
    Pae, Inc.

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
    M. C. Dean, Inc.

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
    M. C. Dean, Inc.

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
    M. C. Dean, Inc.

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $66,950

    Electronic Sec Tech II-CISS
    Chenega Corporation

    White Oak, MD

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Communications Electronic Technician - Manassas, VA
    Norfolk Southern

    Manassas, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    NEW
    ECM Electronics Technician III
    Mantech

    Sterling, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
    M. C. Dean, Inc.

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronics Technician I
    Kelly Services

    Dulles Town Center, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Electronic Technician II
    George Mason University

    Fairfax, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    Associate Electronic Technician
    Orbital ATK

    Dulles Town Center, VA

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    NEW
    Electronics Technician
    Pae

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,544

    NEW
    Electronics Technician
    Koniag Information Security Services (KSS)

    Arlington, VA

Electronics Technician Jobs

average

$50,544

  • Repairing and Maintaining Electronic Equipment
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Make Decisions

What does an Electronics Technician do

Electrical and electronics engineering technicians help engineers design and develop computers, communications equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and other electrical and electronic equipment. They often work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust, test, and repair equipment. They are also involved in the manufacture and deployment of equipment for automation.

Duties

Electrical engineering technicians typically do the following:

  • Put together electrical and electronic systems and prototypes
  • Build, calibrate, and repair electrical instruments or testing equipment
  • Visit construction sites to observe conditions affecting design
  • Identify solutions to technical design problems that arise during the construction of electrical systems
  • Inspect designs for quality control, report findings, and make recommendations
  • Draw diagrams and write specifications to clarify design details of experimental electronics units

Electrical engineering technicians install and maintain electrical control systems and equipment, and modify electrical prototypes, parts, and assemblies to correct problems. When testing systems, they set up test equipment and evaluate the performance of developmental parts, assemblies, or systems under simulated conditions. They then analyze test information to resolve design-related problems.

Electronics engineering technicians typically do the following:

  • Design basic circuitry and draft sketches to clarify details of design documentation, under engineers’ direction
  • Build prototypes from rough sketches or plans
  • Assemble, test, and maintain circuitry or electronic components according to engineering instructions, technical manuals, and knowledge of electronics
  • Adjust and replace defective circuitry and electronic components
  • Make parts, such as coils and terminal boards, by using bench lathes, drills, or other machine tools

Electronics engineering technicians identify and resolve equipment malfunctions and then work with manufacturers to get replacement parts. They also calibrate and perform preventative maintenance on equipment and systems.

These technicians often need to read blueprints, schematic drawings, and engineering instructions for assembling electronic units. They also write reports and record data on testing techniques, laboratory equipment, and specifications.

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how to become an Electronics Technician

Electrical and electronics engineering technicians typically need an associate’s degree.

Education

Programs for electrical and electronics engineering technicians usually lead to an associate’s degree in electrical or electronics engineering technology. Vocational–technical schools include postsecondary institutions that serve local students and emphasize training needed by local employers.

Community colleges offer programs similar to those in technical institutes but include more theory-based and liberal arts coursework. Some of these colleges allow students to concentrate in computer electronics, industrial electronics, or communications electronics.

Prospective electrical and electronics engineering technicians usually take courses in ANSI C, C++ programming, Java programming, physics, microprocessors, and circuitry. The Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET accredits programs that include at least college algebra, trigonometry, and basic science courses.

Important Qualities

Logical-thinking skills. Electrical and electronics engineering technicians must isolate and then identify problems for the engineering staff to work on. They need good reasoning skills to identify and fix problems. Technicians must also be able to follow a logical sequence or specific set of rules to carry out engineers’ designs, inspect designs for quality control, and put together prototypes.

Math skills. Electrical and electronics engineering technicians use math for analysis, design, and troubleshooting in their work.

Mechanical skills. Electronics engineering technicians in particular must be able to use hand tools and soldering irons on small circuitry and electronic parts to create detailed electronic components by hand.

Observational skills. Electrical engineering technicians sometimes visit construction sites to make sure that electrical engineers’ designs are being carried out correctly. They are responsible for evaluating projects onsite and reporting problems to engineers.

Problem-solving skills. Electrical and electronics engineering technicians create what engineers have designed and often test the designs to make sure that they work. Technicians help to resolve any problems that come up in carrying out the engineers’ designs.

Writing skills. These technicians must write reports about onsite construction, the results of testing, or problems they find when carrying out designs. Their writing must be clear and well organized so that the engineers they work with can understand the reports.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) offers certification in electrical power testing. This certification would benefit those technicians working in the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution industry.

ETA International also offers certifications in several fields, including basic electronics, biomedical, and renewable energy.

The International Society of Automation offers certification as a Control Systems Technician. To gain such certification, technicians must demonstrate skills in pneumatic, mechanical, and electronic instrumentation. In addition, they must demonstrate an understanding of process control loops and process control systems.

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Real Electronics Technician Salaries

Get paid what you deserve

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Project Development Electronic Technological Designer Textronic Inc. Miami, FL Oct 22, 2015 $97,000
Associate, Electronic Trading Technology Integrati Jpmorgan Chase &Amp; Co. New York, NY Jul 14, 2014 $95,000
Electronic Technician Transocean Offshore Deepwater Drilling Inc. Mobile, AL Jan 02, 2011 $73,124
Electronics Technician Fastcap Systems Corporation Boston, MA Sep 03, 2015 $72,987
Electronics Technician Fastcap Systems Corporation Boston, MA Sep 13, 2016 $72,987
Electronic Technician III Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. Odessa, TX May 29, 2015 $71,282
Electronic Trading Technical Representative Bloomberg, LP New York, NY Nov 07, 2016 $70,000
Electronic Technician Freedom Security Alarm System Inc. Garfield, NJ May 07, 2009 $67,327
Electronic Devices Technician United Mobile Solutions LLC Dallas, TX Apr 10, 2015 $65,000
Hardware Electronic Technologist Getaround Inc. San Francisco, CA Feb 09, 2015 $65,000

Top Skills for a Electronics Technician

Know what it takes to get the job done

ElectronicTestEquipmentOscilloscopesUnitsPreventiveMaintenanceRadarSystemsSafetyComputerSystemsTroubleShootingVideoFrequencyCountersRFElectricalSystemsElectricalComponentsCommunicationsEquipmentPCCommunicationSystemsPCBControlSystemsClearanceTechnicalSupport

Top Electronics Technician Skills

You can also stand out to potential employers by including the following skills on your resume:
  1. Electronic Test Equipment
  2. Oscilloscopes
  3. Units
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Constructed electrical circuits and measured their electrical parameters using electronic test equipment.
  • Tested and troubleshot instruments, components, and assemblies, using circuit testers, oscilloscopes, or voltmeters.
  • Test electronics units, using standard test equipment, and analyze results to evaluate performance and determine need for adjustment.
  • Perform scheduled preventive maintenance tasks, such as checking, cleaning, or repairing equipment, to detect and prevent problems.
  • Maintained and operated Auto-Tracking radar systems, including troubleshooting to the component level.

Control Systems, Units, Safety, PCB, Trouble Shooting, PC, Frequency Counters, Computer Systems, Electrical Systems, RF, Video, Oscilloscopes, Communications Equipment, Electronic Test Equipment, Technical Support, Preventive Maintenance, Clearance, Communication Systems, Electrical Components, Radar Systems

Top Electronics Technician Employers

Find the best employers to advance your career

Top 10 Electronics Technician Employers

United States Navy hires heavily for Electronics Technician positions -- they have hired the highest amount of Electronics Technician candidates in recent years.

Overall, 10 firms have active listings for Electronics Technician.

United States Navy, Schlumberger, Lockheed Martin, Baker Hughes, Mantech International Corporation, Raytheon, Bae Systems, United States Coast Guard, Halliburton Energy Services, CSC

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