3D Printed Jobs: New Jobs Site Focuses on 3D Printing Industry

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screen-take3-compressor3DPrintedJobs.com, an international 3D printing careers and jobs website, is here to answer the growing drive to bring together talent and professional need.

“Whether you are calling it 3D printing, rapid prototyping or additive manufacturing, 3DPrintedJobs is the platform where anyone wanting to post or apply for a job can do so, online, in a matter of minutes,” the company notes in its description.

3dprintedjobsThe onset of the “second industrial revolution” means that push will be heavily dependent on 3D printing and related technologies in design and scanning. That also means an ever increasing demand for workers in the 3D printing sector.

“Whether you already have the skill and the talent,” said a spokesperson with 3D Printed Jobs, “or you simply want to find out more, 3D Printed Jobs is your one-stop shop for employment opportunities in this new, exciting and growing sector.”

This platform is trying to position itself as a specialized, online source which aims to fill in for the missing link between wanting a job in 3D printing – and finding one.

The site is intended for anyone wishing to announce their skill and the talent or to check out employment opportunities. The premise is fairly straightforward: employers post a role, and anybody who feels they’re up to the task can apply.

“You’ll find 3D designer jobs are some of the most fun you can have whilst calling it work,” they say, “so what are you waiting for? Start your search!”Image 129

The platform says it’s already working well for some companies seeking employees with this relatively new skills set. They’ve seen success with several businesses already–including Keep It Visual, Brothers, Pedrino, and Imperial College London–in bringing 3D printing skills to the talent pool.

“More and more companies are recognising the need to innovate,” noted 3D Printing Jobs’ spokesperson. “3D printing is consistently delivering a new way to boost businesses in ways they could never imagine, even just a few years ago.”

Upcoming plans for the site include an international 3D printing recruitment service, which ought to appeal to companies around the globe seeking the skills to add 3D design and printing to their new or growing high-tech offerings. Additionally, 3D Printed Jobs will offer courses in 3D printing for those job seekers who understand the benefits of adding to their resumes.

You can find out more about the London-based 3D Printed Jobs site here. The site also includes a blog and a variety of tools for employers and job seekers. 3D Printed Jobs is partnered with the 3D Printing Association.

Do you plan to visit 3DPrintedJobs.com and check out their lineup of tech-focused jobs on offer? Let us know in the 3D Printed Jobs forum thread on 3DPB.com.

 

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