The average pay for an Electronics Designer is $27.00 per hour.
The average pay for an Electronics Designer is $67,000 per year.
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Job Description for Electronics Designer
Electronics designers work to create new electronics and improve current electronics on the market, and may also develop hardware. They may have a say in how the software to operate devices is designed, though much of the work is done independently, so a self-motivated person is ideal for the job. There is also a great deal of teamwork in order to create ideal products.Read More...
Electronics designers may develop different controls to be implemented, as well as a variety of improvements that may need to be made. They may be given ideas with which to start or have to come up with new innovations on their own. They should always keep an eye on their competition and the latest developments in the field to stay ahead, and it may also be important to communicate with customers and identify their needs so the most profitable products can be developed.
Generally, a bachelor’s degree in a field such as electrical engineering and a portfolio of past work are required for this position. Electronics designers must be familiar with all of the parts required in electronics design, such as circuits, wires, power supplies, and other hardware components. Generally, they work in office environments, though some work in factories, as well. Generally, this is a full-time job. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Design and document electronic systems like circuits, displays and sensors.
- Participate in design reviews and make suggestions.
- Create technical documentation for assembly, use, maintenance and disposal of electronic systems.
- Document design requirements and suggested tolerances and evaluate materials and parts.