Welcome to the latest edition of our 3D printing jobs and career moves update for the additive manufacturing sector.
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Read on for job opportunities from 3D Printing Industry and MyMiniFactory, and the latest career moves at HP, Xometry, and VELO3D.
Mechanical Engineering Intern at 3D Printing Industry
We at 3D Printing Industry are looking for a Mechanical Engineering Intern to join us at our London office. As a leading provider of 3D printer and 3D scanner reviews, we’re in need of more technically-minded individuals to scale up our operations. The successful candidate will join the rest of our engineering team in testing the latest 3D printing technology, and writing corresponding technical reports to support our reviews.
Applicants will need to either be students or graduates of an engineering-related subject with strong knowledge of 3D CAD software. The ability to work full-time at our Central London office is a must, along with excellent written and oral communication skills. While prior practical 3D printing experience isn’t vital, we do look for passionate individuals with a knack for learning. A working knowledge of photography, video editing, or graphic design is also a handy bonus.
Those interested in joining our fast-growing team can view the full job description here.
Full Stack Developer at MyMiniFactory
Leading 3D file marketplace MyMiniFactory is hiring a Full Stack Developer to join its in-house development team in London (temporarily remote). The successful applicant will be responsible for developing and implementing new features, maintaining and debugging the existing website, and working collaboratively with the rest of the team to discuss new ideas for growth.
The full job description for the Full Stack Developer role at MyMiniFactory can be found here.
Marie Myers appointed CFO at HP
Looking at career moves in the 3D printing industry, 3D printer OEM HP has appointed Marie Myers as Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately. With over two decades of HP experience already, Myers has been the acting CFO and Chief Transformation Officer of the company since October 2020.
During her time as Chief Transformation Officer, she has been leading the company’s Information Technology and Transformation organizations, focusing on technology, tool, and process implementation to better serve clients with new cost-saving business models. She will continue to oversee this work until HP appoints a new Chief Transformation Officer in her stead.
“Marie is one of HP’s most respected leaders and she has a proven track record of success throughout her career,” said Enrique Lores, President and CEO of HP. “As our acting CFO and chief transformation officer, she has consistently driven strong results, unlocked new sources of value, and positioned us well to deliver on our priorities. Marie’s strategic acuity, operational discipline and purpose-driven leadership will serve us well as we execute our strategy and drive long-term shareholder value.”
Jon Porter joins VELO3D as new Head of European Commercial Operations
Jon Porter has joined 3D printer OEM VELO3D as the new Head of Commercial Operations in Europe. He will be based in the UK, where he will oversee the company’s ongoing expansion in the region.
A long-time additive manufacturing expert, Porter had his first run-in with the technology back in the 1990s when he was working for James Dyson. Before VELO3D, he also worked in the business development team of industrial 3D printer manufacturer Renishaw’s additive manufacturing division. During his time there, he was directly involved in the development of new industrial 3D printing standards with organizations such as ASTM and BSI.
Benny Buller, Founder and CEO of VELO3D, states, “With Jon at the helm of our European base of operations, manufacturers in the region now have similar-time-zone access to someone who knows AM inside and out—and who has also experienced, first-hand, how adopting this technology can make all the difference in a company’s ability to innovate and compete.”
Former Deloitte Partner joins Xometry as Board Member
Finally, on-demand additive manufacturing marketplace Xometry has announced the addition of Emily Rollins to the company’s Board of Directors. Rollins is a former Partner at Big Four accounting firm Deloitte, and will serve as the Chair of Xometry’s Audit Committee.
Having recently retired from a 30-year career in public accounting, Rollins has extensive experience in providing audit and assurance services for small caps and multinationals alike. Her specific focus areas to date have included the life sciences and venture capital. Back in 2010, she was also appointed to the Washington State Board of Accountancy by Governor Christine Gregoire.
“We are thrilled to have Emily join our board,” said Randy Altschuler, CEO of Xometry. “Her proven track record at Deloitte working with a range of clients as well as her experience with diversity and inclusion make her an ideal fit for Xometry as we move to the next phase of our growth.”
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