How to Hire a Electronics Engineer

Does your growing business need an Electronics Engineer? An Electronics Engineer is primarily responsible for integrating electronics into the products and services of the company.

Here are some tips to help you find great Electronics Engineer candidates and make the right hire for your business.

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Electronics Engineers search for Jobs on Indeed*


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resumes from job seekers with electrical engineer experience on Indeed


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Salary Information

  • Common wage in US: $39.31 hourly
  • Typical wages range from $18.50$91.50 hourly
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*Indeed data (US) – Jan 2019

Why hire an Electronics Engineer?

Hiring an Electronics Engineer for your company is crucial in getting technology and electronics into your product range. They are key to a company in getting technology ahead of its competitors.

Choosing the right person as Electronics Engineer is essential for the company to be a leader in innovation and achieve all their current and future goals.

• Evaluate internal customer needs to identify the cost and timelines for developing electronic system plans
• Perform system evaluations and suggest necessary recommendations for design modification or repair as needed
• Aim to improve technical performance by identifying and recommending system improvements

Skills to look for in a great Electronics Engineer

An Electronics Engineer is a crucial position in a company. It is essential to review the skills and qualifications of all possible candidates to identify the most suitable candidate for Electronics Engineer.

• Electronics Degree from ABET-accredited engineering program
• Possess a valid passing score in Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam
• Possess the ability to pass the Professional Engineering (PE) exam successfully
• Proven experience of more than 2+ years as an Electronics Engineer
• Collaborate with internal departments for project specifications and business requirements
• Proficient in troubleshooting electronics issues and suggesting solutions for them

Writing an Electronics Engineer job description

It is vital to creating a detailed job description with a list of duties, responsibilities and required skill set to find suitable Electronics Engineer candidates.

Consider including keywords that job seekers are using to search for Electronics Engineer jobs, such as:

• Electronics Research Engineer
• Electronics Test Engineer
• Control Systems Engineer

Interviewing Electronics Engineer candidates

In the interview process for suitable candidates for Electronics Engineer, comparing the skills and qualifications of all potential candidates is essential.

• Proficiency in the field of Electronics engineering and associated areas
• Knowledge and experience of applying electronics concepts to create innovative models and prototypes for a company as per their business requirements
• How they’ve excelled at improving a company’s business efficiency and goal achievement by actively collaborating with internal departments to create novel electronics products and services

See our list of interview questions for more examples.

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