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What do electronics trades workers do?

  • examine and test machines, equipment, instruments and control systems
  • adjust, repair, and replace parts and wiring, and maintain machines, equipment and instruments
  • reassemble, test, operate and adjust equipment and advise users of correct operating procedures
  • apply knowledge of electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic principles to commission and maintain control systems
  • monitor radio traffic, and transmit and receive voice messages
  • receive messages by interpreting code and converting to plain language, and write and type messages for transmission

Low

projected job openings

$52-$65k

qualified full-time wage

77%

employed full-time

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Tom, and electronic trades worker at Redarc

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