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Average Salary for Applications Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Applications Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average is $114,779.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Applications Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average is $55.18.

The average bonus of a(n) Applications Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average is $5,119.00.

Job Description:

Plans, designs, develops, redesigns or enhances, installs, and implements various technology products, like specialty and other computer or industry equipment and systems, and enhances computer programs. Applies knowledge of software and programming to develop and test computer systems and produce the necessary outcome for clients. Drafts technical white papers that help people better understand the technology behind them, and assists in providing instructions that help the client better understand the nature and applications of a specific product. Participates in information gathering meetings with clients to determine the clients' needs, business goals, and desired outcomes. Gathers and researches information; confirms specifications, standards, and changes required to make or improve a product; and reports or presents information and new ideas to be implemented into new and existing services, products, or equipment. Works with management and multiple departments within companies such as customer service, sales, and manufacturing, ensuring customer specifications and needs are met. Solves problems, provides assistance to other departments, answers questions about the technical functionality, and provides technical support for products. Keeps current in software field, and stays informed and aware of latest industry practices and developments in science and technology. May work with heavy machinery and specialized equipment—planning, designing, implementing, and testing improvements. Less

Plans, designs, develops, redesigns or enhances, installs, and implements various technology products, like specialty and other computer or industry equipment and systems, and enhances computer programs. Applies knowledge of software and programming to develop and test computer systems and produce... More

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