Electronics Assemblers

(NOC 9483)
+20.71%
 

What do Electronics Assemblers do?

Electronics assemblers solder and manually assemble electronic components such as resistors, diodes, transistors, switches, capacitors, and integrated circuits to designated locations on printed circuit boards. They perform fine hand assembly using microscopes, hand / small power tools, and automatic / semi-automatic machines.

How to become: Electronics Assemblers

To work in this field, you usually need some high school education. You usually receive on-the-job training for this occupation.

You may obtain voluntary trade certification and a two-year apprenticeship program if you are an electronic assembler in Saskatchewan.

Where to study for a career as: Electronics Assemblers

Algonquin College
Ottawa, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Cyber Security Analysis Certificate; Co-op
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Algonquin College - Pembroke Campus
Pembroke, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Electrician (Construction and Maintenance) (Pre-Apprentice) Certificate; Apprenticeship
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Modified on January 26, 2022

How much do Electronics Assemblers make?

Low:
$29,120
Average:
$37,440
High:
$61,360

Job openings for Electronics Assemblers

Job Seekers:
8,800
Job Openings:
7,700