If you’re looking to become an Electronics Technician, you should expect to manufacture and test electronic systems and equipment. Electronics Technicians are also skilled at solving problems in electronic applications. They have knowledge of engineering and science technology as well as design skills. The Individual will have the ability to work well with others and solve complex problems.

The role would require excellent design skills in printing out circuit boards, researching and developing new products. The individual would need to be able to test prototypes and analyse results for quality control.

If this sounds like a career path you would like to pursue, taking part in our industrial electronics competition is the perfect way to develop and test your skills.

Are great at problem solving
Have a high level of numeracy
Are good at communication
Have a high attention to detail

Career opportunities

  • Aerospace & Defence

  • Telecomms & IT

  • Science Research & Development

  • Project Management

  • Manufacturing

  • Consultancy

Average Salary
Entry Level
+ 5.9%
Projected workforce change
This is an estimation of the overall number of job opportunities in this career area up until 2027.

Meet our Industrial Electronics role model

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Kerris is one of our inspiring Career role models in Industrial Electronics

What next?

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