Engineering Technicians assist engineers with projects and research, across a broad range of industries including civil, industrial, mechanical, electronics, and environmental engineering.
Engineering Technicians perform multiple technical duties. Sometimes they'll be working with equipment, conducting experiments and collecting data; at other times they'll be expected to perform quality control checks to make sure that products are working efficiently; and they'll also often need to troubleshoot and fix technical problems.
A good Engineering Technician is indispensable to a company as they should be able to analyse data and improve the efficiency of certain practices,
Working as an Engineering Technician is a practical role which would suit a jobseeker with a keen interest in science and technology. Engineering Technicians should enjoy variety in the workplace as this will often vary from job to job and can take them from laboratories to construction sites, offices or factories.
Engineering Technicians have a demanding and varied day to day job which could include any of the following duties:
-Provide technical assistance to research and engineering personnel
-Troubleshooting and repairing equipment or machinery
-Analysing processes and identifying areas for improvement