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(US) Community Members -

Apologies for the spam, but as many of you are aware, my company, fbrc8 LLC, has been assembling and providing technical support for Ultimaker printers in North America since last summer. We are located in Memphis, TN.

Our team is growing rapidly, and we are looking to add a technical support specialist to assist users who are having problems with their printers. While we would prefer someone located locally, we are also willing to consider remote employees, since most of the work is done online through our ZenDesk helpdesk system.

Therefore, I'm reaching out to the community here in the USA to see if there is anyone with at least 1 year's experience using and troubleshooting Ultimaker printers who would be interested and available to join the fbrc8 team.

If you think this might be you, please http://mailto:jobs@fbrc8.com?subject=Tech%20Support%20Job to us, along with a description of your Ultimaker/3D printing experience and your salary requirements using the link at the start of this sentence.

Please note that this is a full-time W2 employee position, and is only open to people residing in, and authorized to work in, the USA.

Thanks,

Simon

 

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