Electromechanical Technician


It's easy to assume that once a piece of technology is set up and switched on, it's job done. However, with the huge complexity of modern mechanical and electrical products, a growing number of engineers and technicians are needed to build, test, repair and maintain them.

Electro-mechanical technicians work closely with electrical and mechanical engineers, ensuring parts are correctly designed, recalibrating manufacturing equipment, and running tests and evaluations to make sure products are customer-ready.

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