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Electronics Engineer £27,000 - £30,000 + Excellent Training + Progression into Senior Roles + Private Pension + Early Finish Friday Site based- Commutable from Southampton,...see details
We are seeking a Lead Electronics Engineer who has a strong background in the development of electronic systems and solutions for photonics / opto-electronics / Laser technology,...see details
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN Are you experienced with Electronics assembly or soldering? My client would love to see your CV. As a well established, stable and growing manufacturer,...see details
Electronics Technician required for a 6 months contract in Coventry. Duties include test and repair of Through Hole PCBs. Candidates require previous experience of using...see details
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ELECTRONICS TESTER MANSFIELD TEMPORARY TO PERMANENT POSITION DAY SHIFT £10.80PH START IMMEDIATLEY Electronics Tester required immediately for a company based in Mansfield,...see details
Leading the way with state of the art technology and design to deliver the most efficient and desirable home safety solutions. Based in the Coventry area my client is looking for...see details
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Electronics Graduate Knaresborough Exciting opportunity for an Electronics Graduate to work for a business who can offer training and progression into a design role long term....see details
Manufacturing is very much an industry that requires you to have a methodical mind and to be a critical thinker along with having a passion for technology and a mathematical approach. Read on to see the latest facts and figures of your chosen career in Electronics and Manufacturing!
The UK has the 6th largest electronics industry in the world with a £98 billion annual turnover and 1,000,000 related jobs. The average salary of all electronics engineers is calculated around £44k. The starting salaries for electronics engineers are around £21,000 to £25,000. However, as a senior engineer, you can expect a salary between £40,000 and £65,000, where chartered engineers earn at the top of this scale.
Did you know that 90% of smartphones contain electronics designed in the UK?
Did you know... the UK is the 9th largest manufacturing nation in the world.UK manufacturing includes roles such as part-time factory jobs, production technician and a production line worker, therefore employing 2.7 million people, meaning that you will earn an average of £32,500.