Electrical and electromechanical systems and devices form the nervous system of the products in almost all industrial and craft enterprises. Electronics technicians are responsible for their correct installation and maintenance. The focus of their tasks varies depending on their specialisation, e.g. automation, operating or information technology. ARTS offers jobs for electronics technicians for industrial engineering or electronics technicians for devices and systems. We will find your new job as an electronics technician. Apply now!
Electronics technicians work in both industry and trade. As experts in working with electrical and electromechanical assemblies, they are mainly responsible for their correct installation and maintenance. Depending on the system, however, other activities may be included in the range of tasks of electronics technicians, such as configuring IT systems or preparing circuit diagrams.
The basis for working as an electronics technician is appropriate training; the occupation is one of the recognised training occupations in Germany. The training usually lasts three and a half years. The choice of specialisation, for example as an electronics technician for industrial engineering or for energy and building services engineering, is made quite early on and sets the focus for later activities.
Since 2004 the job is called electronics technician before it was named electrician. Some elements of the electrician-training were transfered into the electronics technician-training.
In addition to a strong understanding of mechanical and electronic interrelationships and the basics of physics, electronics technicians benefit in their day-to-day work from a careful and precise way of working and manual dexterity.
ARTS electronics technicians work for us and for our customers in exciting industries such as aerospace, the automotive sector or for well-known IT service providers. The classic tasks that arise in a job as an electronics technician include the electrical and mechanical integration, installation and commissioning of customer-specific energy systems and assemblies. Special attention is paid to the wiring and testing of control components, which are responsible for proper functioning within the safety specifications.
In order to ensure that their core activities run efficiently and smoothly, the tasks of ARTS electronics technicians include the corresponding planning and preparation activities as well as checking compliance with work regulations during their execution and the final documentation of the work performed.
Are you interested in one of our job offers? You should have the following qualifications for a job as an electronics technician at ARTS or one of our customers:
Euro average salary per year
years of training
types of occupational fields - industry & craft