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Electronics engineers may do some or all of the following

  • research and design electronic circuits, components, equipment and computer programs
  • supervise production
  • advise on manufacturing materials and costs
  • investigate and test new electronics components and equipment
  • present reports and proposals to clients or colleagues
  • modify and service electronic equipment.

Electronics engineers need to have

  • knowledge of physics, mechanics, electronics, maths and computers
  • knowledge of new methods and technology in the electronics industry
  • knowledge of software design and development
  • design skills
  • good written and oral communication skills
  • skill in interpreting drawings
  • problem-solving skills.

Electronics engineers need to be

  • motivated
  • creative and inquiring
  • patient and persistent
  • able to work well as part of a team
  • able to work to deadlines.