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Electronic Technician

16,430 Electronic Technician
Jobs Available
in US
$ 18.17 - 46.01/hour

Resumes of Electronic Technician

Writing an effective Electronic Technician resume is an essential part of your job search. Make sure you include a summary of your experience and goals, plus, list relevant work experience, certifications and computer programs you know. Also, highlight your skills, such as: being a good communicator, managing projects and more.

Be sure to use some of the same words found in the job description, and don't forget to proofread! Our Electronic Technician resume examples will guide you through this process. Build your resume at CareerBuilder in a few clicks or, upload an existing one, now.

Responsibilities

Typical Electronic Technician responsibilities to be added to your resume.

  • Maintain working knowledge of state-of-the-art tools or software by reading or attending conferences, workshops, or other training.

  • Maintain system logs or manuals to document testing or operation of equipment.

  • Adjust or replace defective or improperly functioning circuitry or electronics components, using hand tools or soldering iron.

  • Procure parts and maintain inventory and related documentation.

  • Assemble, test, or maintain circuitry or electronic components, according to engineering instructions, technical manuals, or knowledge of electronics, using hand or power tools.

  • Perform preventative maintenance or calibration of equipment or systems.

  • Provide customer support and education, working with users to identify needs, determine sources of problems, or to provide information on product use.

  • Write reports or record data on testing techniques, laboratory equipment, or specifications to assist engineers.

  • Provide user applications or engineering support or recommendations for new or existing equipment with regard to installation, upgrades, or enhancements.

  • Develop or upgrade preventative maintenance procedures for components, equipment, parts, or systems.

  • Read blueprints, wiring diagrams, schematic drawings, or engineering instructions for assembling electronics units, applying knowledge of electronic theory and components.

  • Build prototypes from rough sketches or plans.

  • Identify and resolve equipment malfunctions, working with manufacturers or field representatives as necessary to procure replacement parts.

  • Survey satellite receival sites for proper signal level or provide technical assistance in dish location or installation, transporting dishes as necessary.

  • Design basic circuitry and draft sketches for clarification of details and design documentation under engineers' direction, using drafting instruments or computer-aided design (CAD) equipment.

  • Write computer or microprocessor software programs.

  • Test electronics units, using standard test equipment, and analyze results to evaluate performance and determine need for adjustment.

  • Fabricate parts, such as coils, terminal boards, or chassis, using bench lathes, drills, or other machine tools.

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