Automotive electronic technicians  install, diagnose, and repair communication, sound, security, and navigation equipment in motor vehicles which are increasingly dominated by electronics and digital technologies.  Most installation work involves either new security alarm or sound systems. Sound systems can be as simple as replacing the factory-installed head unit to installing more multichannel power amps with subwoofers and multi-speaker audio systems.  Some also involve installing flat panel displays at the backseats or ceilings for a total in-car entertainment system.

Automotive Electronic Technician Resume Template

Paul Henry B. Ford

Brooklyn Heights, New York City

Phone: 212-665-7798



To be part of a team of Automotive Electronic Technician in an automotive after market modification center

Summary of Qualification

  • 6 years of experience as an Automotive Electronic Technician specializing in standard or stretch SUVs, large cars and stretch limousines and station wagons.
  • Extensive audio system expertise for home and car as this has been a hobby since high school.

Career Experience/Job History

2005 – Present: Automotive Electronic Technician,  High Works Auto Service Center

  • Confer with client and show portfolio of options in installing new audio and videos systems and cost implication relative to the car to be modified.
  • Review and study electrical and electronic schematics for projects with new car models and makes.
  • Secure all necessary materials and supplies for any electronic system modification and ensure completion of job order specification to facilitate accurate billing to clients
  • Test drive repaired vehicles for proper handling and fine tuning.


2004 – Present: In-house training and seminar on audio-video technologies for SUVs and limousines.

2003 – 2005: Progressive certification to attain National Certificate in Motor Industry

2000 – 2003: Associate in Automotive Technology, NASCAR Technical Institute

Professional reference will be furnished upon request