South Africa


Robotics technicians install, service, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair robots and automated production systems. They must understand computers, electrical and electronic systems, sensor and feedback principles, and how robots work as machines.  


You need at least an associate degree in robot technology to become a robotic technician, with advanced positions requiring advanced degrees. Focus your coursework on science and math classes with a concentration on hydraulics, electronics, computer-assisted design and drafting, pneumatics, and microprocessors.


Bonuses will be performance related


Celery of R10000


At a broad scale, a robotics technician is responsible for configuring, testing, operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting robots, as well as other automated systems used in production. Their primary goal is to increase the efficiency and prolong the life of robotic equipment.