Electronics Technician

robotics-technician

SALARY POTENTIAL:
$50,000+ /YEAR + BENEFITS

EDUCATION REQUIRED:
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA + TECHNICAL EDUCATION

SKILLS NEEDED:
COMPUTING SYSTEMS KNOWLEDGE, EQUIPMENT FABRICATION + REPAIR 

SECTORS HIRING: 

TELECOMMUNICATIONS, AEROSPACE, ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION, AUTOMOTIVE

In today’s data driven world, electrical and electronics engineering technicians design and construct computers, communications systems, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and other electrical and electronic products. Telecommunications, automotive, aerospace and energy companies are looking for qualified, motivated individuals with the skills to perform.

Salaries vary from company to company, but on average, electrical and electronics engineering technicians earn about $55,000 and pay goes up with experience.

Employers prefer candidates to have a high school diploma or its equivalent, and many employers look for candidates with a community college technical degree.

Specific skills vary by type of technician work; however, technicians must generally demonstrate strong troubleshooting and problem skills, demonstrate creativity and attention to detail, the ability to perform well under pressure, knowledge of tools and equipment, awareness of safety standards, a mathematical competency in geometry and other areas necessary to inform problem-solving techniques, and the ability to multitask.

Control at your fingertips.  A career for a new generation with technical expertise and initiative.

Interested in training? See available training courses in Mississippi for this career below. You can also check out available openings below.

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Electronics Tech - $54,0500%
Financial Assistance is Available

Available Training Programs

Electronics Technician (Electronics Engineering Technology)

East Mississippi CC
Dr. Raj Shaunak
662-243-1911
Mayhew

Electronics Technician (Industrial Electronics and Technology Instrumentation)

Jones County Junior College
Jason Dedwylder
601-477-4221
Ellisville

Electronics Technician (Industrial Electronics Engineering Technology)

Northwest Mississippi CC
David Campbell
662-562-3362
Senatobia

Electronics Technician (Industrial Electronics Technology)

Meridian Community College
Dr. Richie McAlister
601-484-8704
Meridian

Selected Openings from Mississippi Works

Recent Openings for Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment in Mississippi Works

Electronic Tech Maintenance 3 (#NLX101878478)
PAE, Inc (Stennis Space Center, MS)
November 21, 2017
**Supporting the Most Exciting and Meaningful Missions in the World** Electronic Tech Maintenance 3 **REQUIREMENTS** 5 years experience in ... more

Maintenance Specialist Electrical (#NLX102604244)
Olin Corporation (OXFORD, MS)
November 21, 2017
Maintenance Specialist Electrical - - - # Description Olin Corporation is a leading vertically\-integrated global manufacturer and distributor of ... more

CNC Repair Techs (#NLX99657946)
System One Services (Corith, MS)
November 21, 2017
CNC Repair TechsCorith, Mississippi Apply Save Type:Contract Category:Industrial & Manufacturing Compensation Range:24.00 - 35.00 Per Hour Job I ... more

Industrial electricial maintenance technician (#237606)
Mississippi Silicon LLC (Burnsville, MS)
November 9, 2017
Will be working with the maintenance department. Must have experience in industrial electrical maintenance. Must be able to use hand tools, have goo ... more

In today’s data driven world, electrical and electronics engineering technicians design and construct computers, communications systems, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and other electrical and electronic products. Telecommunications, automotive, aerospace and energy companies are looking for qualified, motivated individuals with the skills to perform.

Salaries vary from company to company, but on average, electrical and electronics engineering technicians earn about $55,000 and pay goes up with experience.

Employers prefer candidates to have a high school diploma or its equivalent, and many employers look for candidates with a community college technical degree.

Specific skills vary by type of technician work; however, technicians must generally demonstrate strong troubleshooting and problem skills, demonstrate creativity and attention to detail, the ability to perform well under pressure, knowledge of tools and equipment, awareness of safety standards, a mathematical competency in geometry and other areas necessary to inform problem-solving techniques, and the ability to multitask.