At 3D Hubs we are disrupting the manufacturing industry by connecting professionals who want to manufacture with the companies operating the machines. We have just crossed the magic number of 1 million parts manufactured on our platform.
We are looking for an experienced Data Engineer that wants to help us solve marketplace challenges (B2B2C) by discovering data patterns that can help the business to learn and predict consumers’ choices.
This will have a direct impact on the growth of our global 3D printing business.
If you enjoy programming in Python and have a good experience in pulling data from SQL DB’s, then we are looking for you.
As a Data Engineer in the 3D Hubs team you work on the core engine behind our platform.
The main goal for you will be to firstly build data flows and data structure and provide the Finance, Product, Business Development or Marketing teams with valuable data coming from different internal and 3rd party systems.
The challenge is to keep the data platform both flexible and reliable.
Why join now? Today, 3D Hubs is the most trafficked site in local manufacturing, providing over 1 billion people access to a manufacturing services within 10 miles of their home. That’s roughly 15% of the world’s population.
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Because 3D printing is a rapidly evolving industry, we find ourselves learning and educating at the same time, this means iterations have to be fast-paced. You'll be able to rapidly A/B test different solutions with our customers and suppliers, helping you to find the ones that work best.
Our challenges are threefold; e-commerce, a market place and 3D printing. These combined allow you to apply your skills in a complex environment and solve meaningful customer problems daily.
We navigate through the data using some of these packages and libraries:
- Python data stack and R for fancy statistics.
- Databases: Postgres, Redshift, MySQL
- 3rd party tools like: mode analytics, mixpanel, segment.com
But we do welcome new tech that can make us become more efficient.
You will help craft features or define new business lines that are groundbreaking and accelerating the entire Additive Manufacturing industry. But most of all, you will help in building a unique experience for engineers, designers and architects that use 3D printing to prototype their next big idea. Don't be surprised when you get hit by goosebumps when engineers from NASA, Tesla or DARPA give you kudos on your latest features, helping them to be more productive and prototype even faster.
You'll join a truly international engineering team with backgrounds ranging from computational geometry to data science. Don’t worry if you don’t have any knowledge of 3D printing yet, because you will join a culture that is centered around learning.
Whether it’s Scrum, Agile or Kanban, we are open to new methodologies of delivering projects, as long as they improve our clock speed.
Together we build scalable solutions and literally change the way manufacturing will work in the future.
Find out more about the company culture and the people behind 3D Hubs here!
Our tech stack
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability status.
Noah Conference 2017: Company Presentation by Bram de Zwart, Co-Founder & CEO of 3D Hubs
psfk.com : What 3D Printing Means For The Future Of Manufacturing
Techcrunch: 3D Hubs, an online marketplace for local 3D printing, scores $7M Series B
Newsweek: How 3D printing will make manufacturing in America great again
Engineering.com: 3D Hubs funded $7M for Distributed 3D Printing Services