Resume Templates: Electronics Engineering Technician


John Dough
1234 Null Street, New York City, NY 11111 Cell: (111) 111.1111 Email:

Highly qualified electronics engineering technician and decorated U.S. Marine Corps veteran with extensive expertise developing, designing, and testing electronic components, products and systems for commercial applications. Expert in ensuring compliance with all quality and safety controls and managing projects to meet all customer specifications. Proficient in installing, maintaining, calibrating, configuring, and troubleshooting a wide variety of instruments. Learned C++ and built and programmed a home security system including keypad, door contacts, infrared detectors, and cameras with wireless communication capabilities. Detail-oriented with an excellent work ethic and capable of flourishing in a fast paced/high pressure environment.

Technologically proficient Circuit design Project management Product development, diagnostics, evaluation, testing, and repair Customer service Electronics engineering technology Mechanically inclined Skilled with tools Instrumentation Soldering Troubleshooting

Electronics Technician November 2014 to Current Xante Corporation – Mobile, AL Working on delivering technical improvements to the Excelegraphics 4200 printer. Made production of key product significantly faster and more efficient by learning all aspects of the build and test applications and applying them within a proficient and timely manner. Assemble electrical and electronic systems and prototypes according to engineering data and knowledge of electrical principles, using hand tools and measuring instruments. Collaborate with electrical engineers to identify, define, and solve developmental problems. Interior Electrician August 2011 to August 2013 Army National Guard – Winfield, AL Created comprehensive packing lists and ensured materials were taken on each field operation. Installed generators, lights, electrical outlets, and circuit breakers. Ensured materials were returned in excellent condition after usage.