Electronic designer designer - Salary and Career
Electronics Designers Designers

Electronic designer designer - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They participate in the elaboration of electrical and electronic preliminary projects, develop product and installation projects, participate in project implementations, monitor final product tests, control project documentation. They develop suppliers, use IT resources, guarantee the quality of products and services, work according to technical, quality and safety standards and procedures.

How much does an Electronic designer designer earn

A Electronic designer designer earns between $1.429 and $7.878 per month, with an average monthly salary of $3.164 and a median salary of $2.508 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 590 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).


Salary ranges for the Electronic designer designer

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 3.164 37.966 791 15
1º Quartile 1.429 17.147 357 7
Median Salary 2.508 30.098 627 12
3º Quartile 6.008 72.101 1.502 28
Higher Salary 7.878 94.541 1.970 37


Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • middle-level technicians in the physical, chemical, engineering sciences
      • technical designers and modelers
        • electronics designers designers

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Main workplaces

Electronics Designers Designers they work mainly in the project department in companies that manufacture machinery and equipment, electrical machinery and equipment and materials, electronic material and communications equipment and equipment, medical-hospital equipment and instrumentation and precision instruments. They can also work in research institutes and universities. They can work as statutory or CLT workers, with a formal contract.


What does it take to work in the field of Electronics Designers Designers

For the exercise of these occupations, a medium level technical course in the area of electronics is required. The full performance of the functions occurs after a period of three to four years of professional experience.


Functions and activities of Electronic designer designer

Electronics Designers Designers must:

  • ensure quality;
  • develop product and installation designs;
  • develop product and installation projects;
  • quality assurance;
  • guarantee quality;
  • control project-related documentation;
  • monitor final product tests;
  • develop product and facility projects;
  • control project documentation;
  • control documentation relative to the project;
  • use it resources;
  • use computer resources;
  • participate in project implementation;
  • develop projects of products and installations;
  • developing suppliers;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • work safely;
  • using computer resources;
  • develop product and installation design;
  • assuring quality;
  • participate in the preparation of electrical and electronic drafts;
  • develop suppliers;
  • control documentation related to project;
  • working safely;
  • develop product and facility designs;

  • Activities

    • archive project-related documents;
    • participate in the distribution of responsibilities;
    • optimize project costs;
    • using network resources (intranet and internet);
    • participate in the analysis of the project;
    • act with punctuality;
    • update project copies;
    • evaluating suppliers through technical visits;
    • elaborate drawings for special products;
    • participate in project review meetings;
    • using a text editor;
    • take initiative;
    • participate in prototype development;
    • act with empathy;
    • meet the project schedule;
    • coordinate work teams in the preparation of the project;
    • improve processes through the use of quality tools;
    • design based on product safety standards;
    • acting as an internal quality auditor;
    • work as a team;
    • follow up product manufacturing and assembly;
    • establish types of equipment and parameters for testing;
    • record steps and revisions occurred in the project;
    • operate fire fighting equipment;
    • prepare product test reports;
    • specify electrical and electronic equipment applicable to the project;
    • structuring bill of materials at different levels, according to project components ;
    • act in an organized manner;
    • protect yourself with personal protective equipment (ppe), according to the area of risk;
    • collaborate in the definition of production process methods;
    • solve problems;
    • participate in the preparation of the development schedule;
    • evaluate reports of non-conformities;
    • create bill of materials for the project;
    • develop manuals for product users (maintenance and installation);
    • carry out draft studies;
    • define human resources involved in the project;
    • monitor development and testing of samples;
    • communicate effectively;
    • evaluate the cost-effectiveness of the products supplied for the project;
    • elaborate quality procedures manuals for the project sector;
    • evaluate suppliers through technical visits;
    • design diagrams and electrical devices;
    • design based on product quality standards;
    • monitor the development of the project;
    • participate in decision-making meetings;
    • participate in the definition of control points;
    • introduce changes to the project, due to errors detected and implementation of improvements;
    • relate professionally with ethics;
    • provide information regarding project modifications;
    • generate files for computer-aided manufacturing (cam);
    • propose improvements in individual and collective safety;
    • select technical standards for the project;
    • socialize knowledge;
    • elaborate drawings for customer appreciation;
    • analyze test results;
    • using software dedicated to design (cad) and material listing;
    • follow iso and other certification audits;
    • seek self-development;
    • elaborate calculations and make them available;
    • participate in the assignment of responsibilities;
    • analyze technical specifications provided by the customer;
    • identify unsafe conditions;
    • estimate the amount of human and material resources;
    • using electronic spreadsheets;
    • guiding people about the use of personal protective equipment (ppe);
    • research potential suppliers;
    • adjust projects according to customer needs;
    • modify the project, depending on test results;
    • make decisions;
    • design printed circuit boards;
    • define critical points of the project;
    • elaborate technical catalog for serial product;
    • check the project, with a view to corrections and modifications;
    • define project delivery deadline;
    • create datasheet;
    • introduce improvements in special products, together with suppliers;
    • collect data for project preparation;


    Sectors that hire Electronic designer designer the most in the job market

    • engineering services
    • manufacture of measuring, testing and control apparatus and equipment
    • manufacture of electronic components
    • multimedia communication services - scm
    • technical support, maintenance and other information technology services
    • maintenance of stations and telecommunications networks
    • electrical installation and maintenance
    • other professional, scientific and technical activities
    • building construction
    • electrical material retail trade




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