3D Printing Industry’s 3D Printing Job Board provides job seekers with the latest job postings in additive manufacturing. Businesses can also post positions where 3D modeling, mechanical design, software development, and sales specialists are in demand.
The following details the latest 3D printing jobs as well as recent appointments from nScrypt, HP, RadTech, BIOLIFE4D, and Apollo Robotics.
Account Manager at FATHOM
FATHOM, a Californian design studio, is seeking a remote account manager. This position involves developing revenue-generating relationships with innovative companies in the region. The potential candidate is expected to have successful sales experience and familiarity with the 3D printing industry.
Furthermore, the candidate will be responsible for managing and ensuring the success of FATHOM customers by providing exemplary sales expertise and exceeding customer expectations.
The company specifies that it is searching for motivated individuals who will add to a vibrant atmosphere and a rapidly growing organization. Earlier this month, FATHOM, used additive manufacturing to create a Modular Logistics Vehicle (MLV) for the United States Marine Corps (USMC).
Apply for FATHOM’s Account Manager position here.
Solution Engineer (Dental) at Formlabs
Formlabs, a Boston-based manufacturer of SLA 3D printers, is currently looking for a Berlin-based Dental solutions engineer. As the company further explores digital dentistry, it is seeking a standout dental expert with the entrepreneurial mindset to build dental partnerships, training and programs.
The ideal candidate will also have a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience with CAD/CAM and be capable of representing Formlabs on the dental market.
Apply for Formlabs’ Solution Engineer (Dental) position here.
nScrypt appoints Dr. Stuart Williams as Chief Life Science Officer
Moving on to other recruitment related news, nScrypt, a Florida-based 3D printer and microdispensing system manufacturer, has appointed Dr. Stuart Williams as its Chief Life Science Officer. Dr. Williams will lead nScrypt’s Life Science sector, based on its BioAssembly Tool (BAT) bioprinter, which will be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) this year with NASA contractor Techshot.
Dr. Williams received his Ph. D. in Cell Biology from the University of Delaware, followed by postdoctoral training in Pathology at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Williams went on to found the University of Arizona’s Biomedical Engineering Program.
HP appoints Yoky Matsuoka to Boards of Directors
HP, has announced the appointment of Yoky Matsuoka to its Board of Directors. Matsuoka previously served as Vice President of Technology at Nest, an American manufacturer of smart home products. She currently serves as a Vice President at Google’s newly formed healthcare technology group.
Matsuoka was also an endowed professor at Carnegie Mellon University and an associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington and served in a senior executive role at Apple.
RadTech welcomes Sartomer’s Jeffrey Klang to Board of Directors
RadTech, the non-profit association for UV+EB Technology, has elected Jeffrey Klang, the Global R&D Director at Sartomer, to its Board of Directors. Sartomer is a global supplier of advanced additive manufacturing materials and is a partner of Arkema, a French chemical and materials company.
RadTech will be hosting the BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference from the 19th to the 20th of March, at the Crowne Plaza in Redondo Beach, California.
BIOLIFE4D establishes Management Advisory Board
BIOLIFE4D, a biotechnology company from Chicago, has established a Management Advisory Board to accelerate strategy and leadership towards 3D bioprinting technology.
The first of its four members is Dr. Michael Davidson, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Lipid Clinic at The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He is also the Founder and CEO of Corvidia Therapeutics, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company.
Stephen Simes also joins the Advisory Board. Simes is currently an Advisory Board Member of SmartHealth Activator, non-profit accelerating biotechnology. Prior to this, he served as CEO and Board Director for RestorGenex Corporation, a U.S. pharmaceutical company.
The third member of the Management Advisory Board is Dr. Mark Weinberg. Dr. Weinberg is the Chief Medical Officer for Avillion LLP, a London-based pharmaceutical company. Dr. Weinberg owns several patents related to the use of TNF alpha inhibitor (a cell signaling protein) in the treatment of psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and erosive polyarthritis.
Bruce Werner, the fourth member of the board, is the Managing Director of Kona Advisors, a strategic consulting firm based in Illinois. Werner serves on multiple Boards of Directors and has developed and executed successful growth strategies for businesses up to an estimated $500 million in revenue. Steven Morris, CEO of BIOLIFE4D added:
“Our Management Advisory Board will bring together some of the brightest minds in business and healthcare to ensure we remain on path to achieve our mission of bioprinting organs suitable for transplant and saving lives.”
Avi Reichental reelected as Apollo Robotics Executive Chairman
Apollo Robotics, a Californian provider of affordable autonomous drone solutions, has announced the re-election of Avi Reichental, a 3D printing industry expert and Vice Chairman of Techniplas, as its Executive Chairman. This follows the company’s launch of the Apollo Surveyor, a fully automated, professional surveying platform, at CES 2019.
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