Repair, test, adjust, or install electronic equipment, such as industrial controls, transmitters, and antennas.
Automation Technician, Control Technician, E and I Mechanic (Electrical and Instrument Mechanic), E and I Mechanic (Electrical and Instrumentation Mechanic), Electrical and Instrument Technician (E and I Tech), Electrical Maintenance Technician, Electrical Technician, Electronic Mechanic, Electronic Technician, Electronics Mechanic, I and C Tech (Instrument and Control Technician), Instrument and Electrical Technician (I and E Tech), Repair Technician, Scale Technician
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