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Electronics trades workers

Electronics trades workers maintain, adjust and repair electronic equipment such as commercial and office machines, video and audio equipment, and control systems.

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

Tom, and electronic trades worker at Redarc

Ways to get started

Ways to get started