Automation makes manufacturing more efficient, improving production in most processes. Electro-mechanical technicians make sure that machines used in that automation are efficient as well. From servicing and testing robots and unmanned equipment to designing processes to achieve maximum output for an assembly line, these technicians use the knowledge of industrial automation to ensure smooth production lines. Collin College’s Industrial Automation program will prepare you to enter that field in the most efficient way possible.
Careers in Industrial Automation Electro-Mechanical Technicians have an average salary of $56,600 with 11% growth. (Data for Collin County obtained from JobsEQ and O*Net Note: Average salary for occupation as of 2018 and job growth projected from 2019-2026.)