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First Level Technical Support and Channel Services Manager / Technical Trainer for 3D Printers, BigRep, Berlin, Germany
Leading large format 3D printer manufacturer BigRep has two new full-time positions available. The company is seeking Channel Services Manager and Technical Trainer to support its Customer Service Team. It is also on the lookout for someone to fulfill the role of First Level Technical Support. In 2019, BigRep launched a new 3D printer, named the STUDIO G2. The company recently revealed it was ramping up for volume production to satisfy demand for the system.
As First Level Technical Support, responsibilities will include acting as the first point of contact for BigRep customer queries and answering support tickets from customers. The successful applicant will be expected to find the best customers and serve them until their question of problem has been solved. Furthermore, the First Level Technical Support will also be responsible for delegating second level tickets to relevant employees.
BigRep specify that applicants should have a minimum of 2 years experience in technical support or similar areas. A sound understanding of the Jira ticket system is necessary, as are fluent German language speaking skills. Candidates should be able to fluently communicate in English as well, particularly in writing. Previous technical experience in the 3D printing industry is a bonus. A high degree of customer service orientation and a communicative attitude are some of the qualities that BigRep is on the lookout for.
For the Channel Services Manager / Technical Trainer role, the successful candidate will be supporting BigRep’s resellers, reaching out and informing them of newsletters, updates on products, documentations etc. They will be responsible for preparing and running technical training sessions for customers and resellers. Further responsibilities include maintaining up-to-date training courses, reviewing new materials and testing, gathering feedback on training sessions, and occasional travel.
A successfully completed Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field is required for the role. Fluent English and B2 level German speaking skills are also necessary. BigRep is on the hunt for someone with a technical background, with relevant experience in technical customer service, a high degree of customer and service orientation, and excellent presentation skills.
New appointments in the 3D printing industry
nScrypt, a Florida-based manufacturer of micro-dispensing and 3D printing equipment, recently announced a new addition to its Sales Team. Tim Sheehan is now the company’s Director of Global Sales and Service.
Previously, Sheehan served as Vice President of Global Sales and Customer Care at Nano Dimension, the Israeli-based 3D printing electronics firm. Equipped with an extensive portfolio within the 3D printing industry, Sheehan also co-founded SolidWorks reseller SolidVision, and Figulo, a Boston-based company 3D printing ceramic art acquired by 3D Systems in 2013.
Initially joining the team on September 30th 2019, Sheehan will help nScrypt manage its growth and build its global sales and reseller network. Speaking on his appointment, Sheehan states that “The nScrypt platform provides some of the most precise tolerances in the additive manufacturing world. I am impressed with nScrypt’s focus on 3D printing electronics and on precision bioprinting.”
“The more I learned about nScrypt and its passionate focus on disrupting how digital manufacturing happens, the more I wanted to be part of its growth.”
regenHU, a Swiss 3D biotechnology firm, has appointed a new CEO in Simon MacKenzie. Decided unanimously amongst the company’s Board of Directors and Swiss investment firm Nivalis Group, which regenHU is a member of, Dr. MacKenzie succeeds outgoing CEO Marc Thurner who co-founded the company. Dr. MacKenzie was chosen due to his experience in biotech and medtech. He has held senior positions in strategic business development in the domains of pharma, drug discovery, biotech and research for over 19 years.
Award-winning composite and metal 3D printer provider Markforged has announced that Shai Terem has been made the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer. A newly created role, Terem will be reporting directly to CEO Greg Mark. His role involves overseeing both day-to-day operations and all elements of go-to-market and company strategy. Previously, Terem had spent four years with Stratasys, operating in leading roles within product marketing, channel enablement, finance & operations.
“Shai packs the one-two punch of being an experienced leader in our industry and driven by a commercial mindset,” comments Greg Mark, CEO and Co-Founder of Markforged. “He shares our vision for a digital manufacturing revolution, yet also has the practical expertise to help our customers, partners, and employees bring additive manufacturing to the masses. We are a stronger, smarter team with him on board.”
Markforged recently opened a new 25,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Billerica, Massachusetts, to support its material production, which increased by 81% over the past year.
Nobel Prize-winning scientist Professor Dan Shechtman has landed a new role on the Scientific Advisory Board of Israeli 3D printer and materials manufacturer XJet. Professor Schechtman is famed for his discovery of quasicrystals in 1982, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for in 2011, three decades later.
Joining XJet, Professor Schechtman will help the company direct its material and application development roadmaps. XJet aim to leverage his knowledge and expertise in the fields of chemical and materials science, in order to enhance its product portfolio, as well as to develop new applications of its NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) technology. Recently, the company rebranded its line of ceramic and metal additive manufacturing systems, the Carmel 1400M and Carmel 1400C.
Digital Alloys, a Boston based developer of metal 3D printers, has appointed Carl Calabria as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Calabria has a wealth of experience in the 3D printing industry, having worked as the Head of Engineering at Formlabs, and held an engineering leadership position at Markforged. In his new position at Digital Alloys, Calabria.s responsibilities will include helping the company accelerate the commercial release of its Joule Printing metal AM technology. Last year, Digital Alloys received a $12.9 million investment during a series B financing round led by G20 Ventures to further develop its Joule Printing technology.
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