DfAM, Computational Design & Software Roles November 2023
Form Internships to Leadership Jobs Around the World, (but Mainly US).
As we close out November, the landscape of opportunities in computational design and additive manufacturing is growing despite serious contractions in the additive manufacturing space with stock prices of American companies (especially those that went public via SPAC) plummeting. The Bits to Atoms November Job Board is packed with diverse roles that showcase the dynamism and growth of the design, engineering and advanced manufacturing industry beyond the AM hardware sector.
Software and Algorithm Development:
Samsung and Apple are on the lookout for Senior Software Developers and Computational Designers, highlighting the tech giants' investment in advanced manufacturing technologies.
Link3D and Freeform offer roles for 3D Printing Algorithm Engineers and Computational Geometry Experts, demonstrating the increasing importance of software in 3D printing.
Engineering and Technical Roles:
Tesla and Relativity Space are recruiting for Additive Technicians and Senior Design Engineers, respectively, marking significant growth in the aerospace and automotive sectors.
LLNL and Emerson have opened positions for Metal Additive Manufacturing Researchers and Additive Engineers, emphasizing the expanding research in material science and manufacturing techniques.
Business and Management:
FormAlloy Technologies seeks a Business Development Manager, indicative of the strategic expansion in the additive manufacturing market.
General Atomics and Boeing are searching for leaders in Additive Manufacturing Engineering, showcasing the strategic importance of this field in large-scale enterprises.
Internships and Entry-Level Opportunities:
General Motors offers an exciting Additive Design & Manufacturing Intern role, providing a gateway for emerging talent.
Veeco and 3D Systems have positions for Additive Manufacturing and Materials Development Interns, nurturing the next generation of engineers and designers.
In Germany, roles like BMW's Additive Manufacturing Intern and Orion Additive's Software Specialist highlight the region's growing interest in 3D printing technologies.
Technical University of Munich and Materialise are seeking Research Associates and Senior Business Development Managers, respectively, bolstering the academic and commercial aspects of the industry in Europe.
We are continually updating our job board with the latest opportunities. If you are seeking a new challenge or wish to progress in your career, do keep an eye on our board for the most current openings.
Additionally, we are always on the lookout for new roles to share with our community. If you have an open position in design, software, or research related to DfAM, please get in touch with us. Your contribution can help bridge the gap between talent and opportunity in our ever-evolving field.
The first European CDFAM - Computational Design Symposium will be happening in Berlin, May 7-8, 2024, bringing together leading designers, engineers, architects, academics and software developers exploring computational design at all scales.