Top 3D Printing Job Offers for November: A Monthly Roundup


With the rapid advancement in 3D printing, numerous job opportunities have arisen, attracting professionals from diverse fields. Perhaps you’ve considered a career in additive manufacturing, or you’re already an expert looking for a fresh challenge? Whatever the case, we’ve curated a list of the top five 3D printing job offers for this month that could lead you to your dream job. Discover a range of exciting roles from companies like Tesla, Raise3D, and others. Explore them below and you might find the perfect fit.

Tesla – Additive Technician

Tesla, the trailblazer in electric cars, is a globally recognized brand. However, did you know that they also implement additive manufacturing? This is evident in one of their recent job postings where they are seeking an Additive Technician to assist their die shop team with 3D printed parts for dies. The suitable candidate is expected to have a minimum of two years of experience with laser powder bed fusion solutions, particularly with metal AM, and will be tasked with operating AM machines and post-processing parts. If this resonates with you, why not explore the role further?

You can learn in-depth about this job HERE.

Location: Austin, TX

Photo Credits: Tesla

Raise3D – Sales Administrator

Have you already heard of Raise3D? The manufacturer is known for its wide range of 3D printer solutions including both desktop and industrial-grade options with offices in Asia, Europe, and the United States. Currently, the company is looking for a sales administrator to answer incoming sales calls, process orders, and otherwise support the sales team. You may be a good fit if you already have experience in sales, experience with CRM software like Salesforce, and an understanding already of 3D printing processes and materials.

You can find the full mission of this job position HERE

Location: Houston, TX

Axiom Space – Metal Additive Manufacturing Technician

Axiom Space, a leader in human spaceflight services and the creation of human-rated space infrastructure, is currently searching for a Metal Additive Manufacturing Technician. The chosen candidate will operate selective laser sintering machines, post-process 3D printed components, maintain equipment, and prepare build files for 3D printing. If you possess a high school diploma, have 8-10 years of Additive Manufacturing (AM) experience or a combination of education and experience, and have proficiency in AM and 3D printing software, this position may be a perfect fit for you.

You can learn more about this job opportunity HERE.

Fusion3 – 3D Printer Technical Support Associate

3D printer manufacturer Fusion3 prides itself on its commitment to technical support. To that end, the company is currently seeking a 3D printer technical support associate. In this role, the candidate would field questions and help diagnose customer issues, coach customers of all skill levels in everything from unboxing to completely a print and contributing to articles in customer-facing knowledge bases. An ideal person for the role will have over two years of experience in customer support, a comfort in learning new technologies and excellent problem-solving abilities among other qualifications.

You can find the full mission of this job position HERE

Location: Greensboro, NC

Photo Credits: Fusion3

Formlabs – Materials Technician

As the 3D printing industry continues to grow, so do some of the iconic manufacturers like Formlabs. Currently, this leader in vat photopolymerization solutions is looking for a material technician who will work closely with material scientists to test and characterize materials for 3D printing. To perform in this role, you must have at least one year of relevant laboratory and material characterization experience and should work with a high-level of autonomy.

You can find the full mission of this job position HERE

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