The Electronics Engineer's responsibilities include interpreting client briefs and providing cost and time estimates, testing systems and writing up improvement plans, developing electronic products, components, and systems to satisfy client needs, as well as creating instructional manuals. You should be able to establish supplier and vendor networks and represent the firm at conferences.
To be successful as an Electronics Engineer, you should have an aptitude for Mathematics and passion for technology. Outstanding Electronics Engineers are able to prioritize tasks, solve problems, and deliver work to strict deadlines.
Electronics Engineer Responsibilities:
• Designing, inspecting, testing, and updating electronic systems, components, equipment, and software.
• Liaising with engineers, other professionals, as well as clients to ensure quality projects are completed to specifications.
• Ensuring all equipment and products meet health and safety regulations.
• Observing existing processes and making recommendations for improvement.
• Developing effective maintenance, testing, and quality control procedures.
• Monitoring processes, systems, and staff, and punctually identifying problems.
• Establishing relationships with staff, and other team member on the floor.
• Writing specifications, instructions, reports, and handling other required administrative duties.
Electronics Engineer Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in Electronics /electrical.
• Master's degree preferable.
• Practical experience with design software.
• Experience in design recommended.
• Excellent problem-solving and troubleshooting skills.
• Strong written, verbal, and telephonic communication skills.
• Excellent research and interpersonal skills.
• Strong analytical skills.
• Willingness to work overtime if required.