Attached to the maintenance department of the technical department, the electromechanic is an essential resource person in the industry. In fact, thanks to his technical expertise, he intervenes as well in a workshop or on a building site when it comes to handling devices, industrial robots or machine tools which require both mechanical skills, electrical and electronic.


• Install new equipment according to specifications
• Make the necessary adjustments to ensure the proper functioning of the equipment
• Control and ensure preventive maintenance of the equipment fleet under his responsibility
• Establish the diagnosis of faulty equipment and repair it
• Write analysis and test reports with a view to continuous improvement


• Have in-depth knowledge of the operation of hydroelectric systems
• Master the different aspects of industrial mechanics
• Have an excellent knowledge of technical language in English


The recruitment of an electromechanic is done from a Bac Pro in Maintenance of industrial equipment with a preference for holders of a Bac Pro in electrical engineering, energy and communicating equipment. Under a qualification contract, it is also possible to obtain the electromechanical CQP.


At the start of his career, an electro-mechanic will receive a monthly salary of 1,400 to 1,700 euros gross, depending on the size of the structure. This salary will increase with experience to arrive around 2200 euros net per month.

Career evolution

Thanks to his experience, the electromechanical engineer can progress to a team management position, to a technical assistance position to train staff, or even a consultant position in a design office.

Other appellation

• Electromechanical technician