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The Bureau of Labor Statistics also projects employment of industrial machinery mechanics and machinery maintenance workers to grow 16 percent from now to 2024.
As an Electro-Mechanical Technician, you will work in a team environment, support design engineering directly from concept through production including component selection, test, prototype building, safety testing and production launch. Understanding of mathematical principles for common electronics building blocks, such as diodes, transistors, capacitors, inductors, and operational amplifiers is necessary.
Your daily duties may include…
Testing equipment, analyzing data, daily use of machine shop equipment and power tools are common tasks for Electro Mechanical Technicians. Technicians perform thermal testing, format test data, and assemble electronic and mechanical prototypes before handing them/it over to an engineer or lead.
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