Electrical and electronics repairers fix, test, adjust, and install commercial and industrial electronic and electrical equipment. Their job requires them to work with equipment operators to understand any problems and make the appropriate repairs. They work in settings which require them to use cranes or lifts to access equipment. They also perform preventative and routine maintenance to ensure equipment is functioning at its peak performance.
To become an electrical and electronics repairer of commercial and industry equipment requires at least a certificate and one to two years of on-the-job training. Some employers will require an associate's degree or apprenticeship. Electrical and electronics repairers earn approximately $27.94 an hour, and the need for them grows at an average rate of 2% to 4% per year.