Are you a fan of 3D printing who dreams of working with the technology for a living? Finding a job in the 3D printing industry may be easier than you think. The technology is becoming a part of nearly every sector of business, including manufacturing, medicine, the automotive and aerospace industries, education, and more. Search any job board with the terms “3D printing” or “additive manufacturing” and you might be surprised how many results come up.
On the other hand, wouldn’t it be great if there was a job board strictly for 3D printing-related careers? There are plenty of other job boards dedicated to specific career areas, such as medical professions, writing and editing, etc. 3D printing is growing enough as a field that it deserves its own dedicated career board – or at least that’s what we thought at 3DPrint.com, so we partnered with recruitment firm Alexander Daniels Global to create a job portal directly on the 3DPrint.com website.
If you’re in the midst of a job search, or thinking of advancing or changing your career, go take a look at the new job board and see if there’s anything that interests you. The board focuses specifically on the areas of sales, marketing, application engineering, service, research and development, software and director/C-level roles. While the jobs currently posted are in the United States and Canada, positions will be posted from all over the world, so no matter where you live, bookmark the site and come back from time to time to see if there may be something opening up in your area.
There’s a lot of concern about traditional manufacturing jobs disappearing, but the bright side is that advanced manufacturing technologies like 3D printing are swooping in to fill those voids. Advanced manufacturing is a growing, exciting sector, and we’d like to help you be a part of it if you want to be, so keep an eye on our new job board to see if your next career move may involve 3D printing.
If you get a job through our job board, let us know! Discuss this and other 3D printing topics at 3DPrintBoard.com or share your thoughts below.