The impact you will have at NRI …
From your first day as Digital Fabrication Specialist you will play an essential role as the leader of the 3D Lab in Boston.
What will you be doing?
Lots of things! You will be…
Spreading the word about the value and benefits of 3D printing.
Leading discussions with Industrial Designers, Architects, Hobbyists, Movie Studios, etc regarding 3D print projects.
Supporting the sales team by demonstrating technical selling skills and knowledge of 3D services that allow you to communicate effectively with prospects and clients; and achieve sales goals.
Preparing and creating 3D files for printing and providing client support.
Meeting project deadlines and quality standards.
Operating a wide array of 3D printing equipment.
Providing 3D software and 3D printer training and workshops.
A key contributor in the redesign and branding of the 3D Lab in Boston.
Maintaining industry knowledge and sales skills by attending workshops, reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies/associations.
3D Evangelist: You are an entrepreneur who is passionate about 3D printing and its capabilities. You want to tell the world about 3D printing and the all the benefits to a client’s business.
Client Management: You easily establish outstanding and long lasting relationships with clients and potential clients.
Analytical Skills: You think analytically and creatively to make the most of available data. You generate new ideas, takes risks, propose change, encourage innovation, and solve problems creatively.
Comunication: You communicate well both verbally and in writing; utilize appropriate medium for communication based on the situation, deliver effective presentations, share information and ideas with others and have exceptional listening skills. You have the ability to explain abstract / complex concepts to middle & upper management, both verbally and in writing, and influence behavior.
Technical Knowledge & Skills: You easily adapt to new technologies; demonstrate required technical skills; use technology to increase productivity. Specifically, you have a 3D printing background, are knowledgeable in a broad range of industry software applications and an advanced user in at least one 3D modeling application. You know the technical aspects of the printing equipment and enjoy teaching.
Marketing: Working closely with the marketing department you will provide insight and direction in the development of collateral and campaigns.
The NRI experience…
Don’t get us wrong, it’s not going to be an easy job. Here’s the good news: we value creative and bright minds. This is a place where you’ll be challenged, inspired, rewarded and transformed. Really you ask? Yes, really. The NRI experience is a two-way exchange. We ask you to give us your very best every day. We expect a lot from you. We challenge you with interesting work, stretch assignments, a collaborative work environment and a ton of learning and growth. In exchange, we give you what you need to live a happy, balanced life. This includes financial rewards for success, paid time off, great benefits, flexibility and, well, whatever else you need. Everyone is unique and we pride ourselves on not having one-size-fits-all solutions. At NRI you’re a person, not a title.
What it’s like to work at NRI…
It’s great! From the President and senior management team to the newest entry-level employee, we are a company that cares a lot about fostering a great work environment and a fun, energetic, success-oriented culture. We have a strong philosophical belief that our people are our most important assets. And we don’t just pay lip service to that phrase — we incorporate it into our policies, and we live it every day. Yes, that philosophy means we have generous “traditional” benefits, but it also means we take a lot of time to focus on high quality management and leadership, and time to make sure everyone in the company is in the right job, knows how his or her job contributes to the overall company mission, and has a clear sense of learning and career growth. We have great employee retention over the years because people love coming to work here and really feel like they’re part of something special.
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