Electronics engineers research, design, develop and test precision components and systems; developing the way electricity is used to control equipment. Other duties may include:
- working with colleagues to design new systems, circuits and devices or develop existing technology; - testing theoretical designs; - writing specifications; - following defined development processes - systematically improving the detailed design of a piece of electronic equipment - ensuring that a product will work with devices developed by others, can be made again reliably, and will perform consistently in specified operating environments - creating user-friendly interfaces - ensuring safety regulations are met - project planning and preparing budgets - attending meetings with sub-contractors - supervising technicians and craftspeople and other colleagues - writing technical reports - keeping up to date with developments in technologies and regulations.
Have to possess good communications skills
An effective team work ethic
An innovative mindset to succeed in diverse, dynamic and highly competitive work environments.