two-year or moreelectronicsdegree / electronicsengineering.
Mechanical Skills– From reading wiring diagrams and schematics to using soldering equipment, electronic technicians possess a mechanical aptitude
Computer Proficiency – Familiarity with Windows and Microsoft Office applications, software installation, and programming is essential for this position
Problem-Solving – It often takes several steps to diagnose a problem with an electronic component, so these technicians are versed in how to identify and provide solutions to electronic equipment issues and breakdowns
CommunicationSkills – From submitting various reports to speaking with engineers, project managers, programmers and other technicians, strong oral and written communication skills are crucial
Eye-hand Coordination – As they often work with small parts, such as circuits and wires, electronic technicians possess proficient eye-hand coordination to repair and install these components
Organizational Skills – From keeping testing equipment in good working condition to maintaining accurate records and manuals, electronic technicians exhibit above-average organizational skills .
Skills and Special Requirements:
Excellent proficiency in English(must).
Demonstrated commitment to safety principles and protocols.