Job Vacancies, Peterborough UK


Sales (3 vacancies)

Engineering (3 vacancies)

Chemist/Research (3 vacancies)

Export Sales Manager (German or French Speaking)


The role: UK and International sales of all our products, to manage, develop and influence existing relationships with our current distributor network, whilst identifying new opportunities for growth and brand awareness.


You: A commercial and determined sales person who is target driven and can demonstrate significant success in international export sales.  Exceptional interpersonal, organisational and project management skills with the ability to communicate and negotiate at various levels.

Technical/Industrial Sales Manager


The role: Outstanding technical sales manager is required to create a new market for our products.  To work with manufacturers to identify and consult on the development of new 3D printing applications.   This is an exciting new role that is critical to the development of our business as we start to change the way that parts are manufactured in industry.


You: Experienced sales professional with the ability to talk about material properties and part specifications in the language the company understands. You must have experience of working with blue chip manufacturing companies in a technical capacity. Must have a genuine interest in 3D Printing and ideally knowledge of the additive manufacturing market.

International Sales Manager


The role: We are looking for a driven sales person to join our busy sales team in supporting and developing our current customers and distributors in line with targets and joint business plans. You will sell our unique 3D printers to international end users and distributors.


You: Proven experience in sales, ideally export sales and business development. Ability to build relationships with customers, end users and distributors. Totally driven with the desire to succeed.

Head of Engineering


The role: This is newly created role to work within our R&D division.  You will project lead and manage the team of design engineers and technicians in designing and developing our range of 3D printers from conception to market.


You: A talented engineer who has proven experience of managing a team of engineers and/or technical staff.  An inspiring leader who has worked in R&D in project managing and extensive knowledge of bringing new innovative products to market.

Senior Engineering Project Manager


The role:  Lead and manage the process of our ongoing 3D Printing projects working with our team of mechanical design engineers and technicians to implement strategic and planning. Coordinate and monitor individual projects to ensure delivery of objectives so that our printers are capable of being brought to market as efficiently as possible.


You: Highly proficient in project management techniques and their application, with the ability to prioritise work to meet deadlines for yourself and others. You must be an experienced project manager from an engineering background who has worked in a similar role with proven success. Ideally trained on Prince2.

Electronics Engineer


The role: Working on our exciting range of 3D printers.  This role will involve controlling the full hardware and firmware development as well as managing production of PCBs


You: Electronic engineering degree with an understanding of micro controller design and programming together with PCB experience and knowledge of LEDs and LED control circuitry. 

3D Formulation Chemist


The role: To join our chemistry team in performing challenging cutting edge research. Design 3D printing resins for specific applications and formulate innovative resins for 3D printing.


You: Previous experience of polymer chemistry with knowledge of formulations, ideally coatings. Ability to design formulations and work independently on development projects.

PHD Studentship: Design Hybrid 3D Printer- Additive Manufacturing, multi-material products


The role: This PhD project offers an amazing opportunity to work on a truly disruptive and innovative research project in the high-tech and high-value manufacturing, with very high potential impact in manufacturing industry. This project runs under a consortium between Loughborough University and Photocentric Ltd and will be a total of 3 years with the opportunity for a full time job after completion of your PhD. Fully funded for home and EU students


You: Desire to complete and study for a PhD after completing at least a 2:1 Honours degree (or equivalent) in mechanical engineering, product design engineering, manufacturing, or a related subject. This is ideally suited to a Master’s degree and/or experience in one or more of the following will be an advantage but not essential: Additive manufacturing, product design or manufacturing methods.

PHD Studentship: Additive Manufacturing of high temperature ceramic material


The role: This PhD project offers a chance to work on a truly disruptive and innovative research project in the high-tech and high-value manufacturing, with very high potential impact in aerospace and energy sectors. This project runs under a consortium between Loughborough University and a British innovative industrial partner, Photocentric Ltd. Fully funded for home and EU students


You: Desire to complete and study for a PhD after completing at least 2;1 Honours degree (or equivalent) in material science, ceramics, chemistry, natural science, mechanical engineering or a related subject. Ideally suited to a Master’s degree in one of more of the following: Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing or ceramic materials processing.

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