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Electro-mechanical technicians operate, maintain, and test the performance of electromechanical equipment and assemblies. As part of their job, these specialists read blueprints, inspects parts for faults, and use a variety of precision measuring instruments to ensure that the completed assemblies conform to the specifications.
Anyone wishing to pursue a career as an electro-mechanical technician must complete the appropriate postsecondary certificate or an associate's degree program. Several community colleges and technical school offer programs in this field. Electro-mechanical technicians must be dexterous and detail-oriented. They must also have strong logical-thinking, mechanical, and interpersonal skills.
At your interview, the interviewer will want to know more about why you chose to pursue a career as an electro-mechanical technician. They will also want to know if you have had any first-hand experience in this role and if you know exactly what it entails. An internship will also be considered as work experience. At Mock Questions, you will find a list of questions that interviewers commonly ask when assessing candidates for the role of an electro-mechanical technician. Go through these questions and hints of how to answer them as part of your interview prep.