New appointments at Wi3DP, 3D printing jobs hiring at DigiFabster, Röchling Direct Manufacturing, and more

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Read on for career updates at Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP), as well as the latest jobs at DigiFabster, Röchling Direct Manufacturing and more. 

A graphic showing Kristin Mulherin, the new President of Women in 3D Printing.
Kristin Mulherin, the new President of Women in 3D Printing. Image via Women in 3D Printing.

Mulherin promoted to Wi3DP President 

Starting this week’s update with the latest hires, additive manufacturing inclusivity non-profit Women in 3D Printing has announced the appointment of Kristin Mulherin as its new President. Following a restructuring of the group’s leadership, Founder Nora Touré, who has led its expansion since 2014, will step into the role of Chairwoman of the Wi3DP Board, thus remaining involved with its direction. 

Mulherin brings a wealth of experience to the position, having held senior posts at HP and Dyndrite, as well as founding 3D printing consultancy firm AM-Cubed, while her previous roles as chapter ambassador of Wi3DP’s Portland and Oregon branches, in which she helped grow the group to 23,000 members, is understood to have lent her a strong understanding of its internal structures. 

“Nora has created a global organization that has seen explosive growth in recent years,” said Mulherin. “Along with the rest of the executive team, I look forward to supporting the men and women of this community, increasing our partnerships across both additive and traditional manufacturing, and providing the support to further develop our initiatives.”

“I have grown tremendously with this community, both personally and professionally, and I’m honored to be taking over the presidency.”

Röchling's Direct Manufacturing Center
Röchling’s Direct Manufacturing Center. Image via the Röchling Group.

AM Design Engineer at Röchling Direct Manufacturing

Material developer Röchling Group’s 3D printing arm Röchling Direct Manufacturing is hiring for an AM Design Engineer to work at its facility in Waldachtal, Germany. The successful applicant will be responsible for the firm’s entire additive manufacturing process chain, from creating quality management documentation, to optimizing existing parts for 3D printing and conducting feasibility studies. 

Ideally, applicants will have a degree in mechanical engineering, specializing in construction, in addition to a strong proficiency in using CAD software such as SolidWorks or Creo. For the right candidate, with all the above and an independent, organized way of working, the company says it’s offering “an open-ended employment relationship, flexible working hours and attractive remuneration.” 

Those interested in the position of Design Engineer at Röchling Direct Manufacturing can find further information on the role here.

Technical Sales/Application Engineer at DigiFabster

In one of several vacancies it’s currently seeking to fill, U.S manufacturing software firm DigiFabster is hiring for a Technical Sales/Application Engineer. Based at the company’s German facility, those hired will work with its sales representatives to perform demos to clients, in order to showcase how its platform can help them deliver an improved return on investment (ROI) and grow their business.

Reporting directly to their local VP of Sales, Sales/Application Engineers are also expected to help DigiFabster customers integrate its platform into their existing setups, while addressing any technical queries they may have. To be considered for the role, applicants will need to be personable and have strong multitasking capabilities, plus at least two years’ advanced manufacturing experience. 

For its part, DigiFabster is offering candidates the chance to make an impact in a fast-paced work environment that helps “accelerate its trajectory,” and a set 14 paid days off per year. Those interested in applying for the role of Technical Sales/Application Engineer at DigiFabster can do so here

Digifabster's quoting tool in action. Photo via Digifabster.
DigiFabster is now recruiting for sales and engineering representatives across multiple regions. Photo via DigiFabster.

Inside Sales Representative (multiple regions) 

DigiFabster is also trying to hire Inside Sales Representatives to work at its offices in Germany, India and across the MidWest, Central, SouthEastern United States. In-role, applicants will effectively become brand ambassadors, working with Account Executives to strategically research potential customers before reaching out via cold calls or emails. 

Given that successful candidates will also need to use creative outreach tools like and LinkedIn Sales Navigator, the firm says that “technical aptitude is a plus,” while it sees having at least a years’ experience in a hunting and qualifying leads as essential to success in the position, alongside strong networking skills and good technical knowledge. 

Across its different roles, DigiFabster offers diverse benefits in return for meeting its varying business needs, with its vacancies in India and the U.S. offering up to ₹650,000 or $45,000 per year plus commission, and its German-based role paying a flat rate of up to €39,000.

The company also offers some remote working flexibility, depending on location. 

For more information, and to apply for a DigiFabster role in your region, see below: 

Apply for the position of Inside Sales Representative, Germany here

Apply for the position of Inside Sales Representative, U.S. here

Apply for the position of Inside Sales Representative, India here

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