Assembling, installing, repairing, troubleshooting, and maintaining electronic components and systems.
Sourcing or fabricating replacement parts for electronic systems.
Ensuring all power and manual tools are operated in accordance with health and safety regulations.
Liaising with Supervisors and clients to discuss work schedules and time and material cost estimates.
Providing training and supervision for new technicians and apprentices.
Carrying out scheduled preventative maintenance and servicing equipment.
Performing equipment demonstrations and drawing up training manuals wherever required.
Interpreting drawings, training manuals, and instructions in order to perform duties.
Following written, verbal, and telephonic instructions.
Attending regular training workshops and reporting to the Supervisor.
Degree or completed coursework in Engineering or Electronics.
A Relevant certificate or license may be required.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Good hand-eye coordination and physical dexterity.
Sound knowledge of health and safety regulations.
Ability to remain calm under pressure.
Excellent written, verbal, and telephonic communication skills.
Great interpersonal skills.
Passion for Electronics.
Willingness to learn and accept constructive feedback.