Looking for a new job in 3D printing? A host of new opportunities are now open through 3D Printing Industry. In 3D Printing Jobs, we offer candidates and employers the opportunity to search and advertise vacancies in this rapidly changing sector.
In this update, we have new roles from BigRep, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, and Mogassam. To keep you informed, there have also been a number of career shifts coming from Nano Dimension, Markforged, Sigma Labs, Precision ADM, and L. S. Starrett Company. Read on to learn more and for how to apply.
Medical 3D Printing Engineer, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, Washington
The Veterans Affairs (VA) Puget Sound Health Care System, a network of medical centers under the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), is seeking a medical 3D printing engineer in Seattle, Washington at the Center for Limb Loss and Mobility (CLiMB). This position calls for project development with surgeons, radiologists, and other clinical staff, which involves segmenting medical image data to CAD as well as creating anatomy to create structures.
A Bachelor’s degree in engineering or a medical field with a strong technical background is required for this role in addition to experience producing 3D printed parts. More specifically, the ideal candidate will have an advanced understanding of polymer 3D printers using: FFF/FDM, powder bed, and polyjet additive manufacturing technologies.
The successful candidate will work under the guidance of Research Health Scientist Dr. Patrick Aubin and staff radiologist Dr. Beth Ripley.
Read more and apply for the Medical 3D Printing Engineer position at VA Puget Sound Health Care System here.
Software Technology Lead, Mogassam, Cairo
Mogassam, the Egyptian manufacturer of the DentCase DLP 3D printer, are calling for a software tech lead capable of hiring, leading, and coaching the Dentprint software team as well as formulating technical features with the product manager. The candidate will also report the software’s status and contribute to designing, implementing, reviewing the technology.
Ideally, applicants will have at least 3 years of experience in C/C++ programming language, CAD, computer graphics, mesh processing in addition to a solid mathematical background in linear algebra and knowledge in OpenGL.
For more information about Mogassam and to apply to be Software Technology Lead, click here.
First Level Technical Support, BigRep, Berlin
Leading large-format 3D printer manufacturer BigRep is seeking first-level technical support for its headquarters in Berlin, Germany. In this position, the person is the first point of contact for the company’s customers and resellers with questions and problems concerning its 3D printers.
Those applying must have at least 2 years of experience in technical support or a similar role and a good knowledge of ticket systems (including Jira). It is also imperative that the candidate has a native-speaker level of German and fluency in English. A background of technical 3D printing software (Simplify 3D, Cura, etc.) is also an advantage.
Check out and apply for the First Level Technical Support position at BigRep here.
Hirings in the 3D printing industry
Israeli 3D printed electronics company Nano Dimension has appointment Yoav Stern as President and CEO, effective January 2, 2020. Stern succeeds co-founder and present CEO Amit Dror, who will take on the executive role of Customer Success Officer. Dror will also continue to serve as a director on the company’s Board of Directors.
Stern has a background in investing in technology companies, specializing in machine vision, fiber optics, defense-tech, communication solutions, aerospace, and homeland security. Avi Reichental, Chairman of the Board of Nano Dimension explained, “The Board is pleased to have attracted a proven turnaround executive of Mr. Stern’s caliber to lead Nano Dimension. Throughout his career, Yoav successfully transitioned several promising advanced-tech companies into scalable growth, and that is exactly what Nano Dimension needs at this stage.
Markforged, an award-winning composite, and metal 3D printer provider, has appointed Shai Terem to be its President and COO. Previously, Terem served as President of the Americas region at Kornit Digital, a manufacturer of digital printing technologies for the garment, apparel and textile industries.
Sigma Labs, a Santa Fe-based additive manufacturing software developer, has also welcomed Mark K. Ruport, an experienced software industry executive, as its new Executive Chairman and a member of the company’s Board of Directors.
L.S. Starrett Company, an American manufacturer of metrology tools and instruments, has announced David Allen as Vice President, Starrett Metrology Systems. In this new role, Allen will lead the strategy, growth, and profitability of the advanced metrology systems, including the Starrett optical comparator, a Vacuum furnace.
Canadian engineering and additive manufacturing service provider Precision ADM has selected Martin Lavoie as Senior Manager of Sales and Business Development for Ontario and Quebec, and Dr. Philippe Dupuis as Senior Engineering and Additive Manufacturing Project Manager for Ontario and Quebec. The company has also opened a sales office in the National Capital Region to serve customers in Ontario, Quebec and the North Eastern United States.
Lavoie founded Canada Makes, while working for Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME). Conversely, Dr. Dupuis acquired a Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ottawa, working on the development of heat exchangers using additive manufacturing. Lavoie added:
“It is quite an honor and a privilege to join Precision ADM, a pioneer in the development and commercialization of metal additive and digital manufacturing in Canada. I am really excited to build on the solid reputation that the company has earned over the years and to help expand its activities in Quebec and Ontario, two provinces with important advanced manufacturing clusters.”
Röchling Group to establish Direct Manufacturing Center
Röchling Group, a materials developer based in Mannheim, Germany, has established the Röchling Direct Manufacturing Center (RDMC) in Waldachtal as a hub for the transfer of additive manufacturing to all Röchling Group sites. Spanning approximately 500 square meters, the RDMC will also collaborate with customers to define specific areas of application for additive manufacturing. Professor Hanns-Peter Knaebel, CEO of the Röchling Group, said:
“Given the wide variety of possibilities and material combinations as well as the almost limitless design freedom, additive manufacturing at the RDMC, which will be opened in spring 2020, is the perfect means of furthering Röchling’s strategic positioning as a leading provider of technology solutions in all three of the company’s divisions (Industrial, Automotive and Medical).”