RMIT’s AMP Needs a TC

So many acronyms! Let’s translate the headline for you: the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology’s RMIT University’s Advanced Manufacturing Precinct (AMP) is looking to hire a new Technical Coordinator. 
Why do we find this posting of interest? Because: 
RMIT University’s Advanced Manufacturing Precinct (AMP) facility brings together research, design and advanced manufacturing in one location, providing new opportunities for innovation and product development/prototyping. Digital manufacturing technologies housed at the AMP include high-speed multi-axis machining centers and additive manufacturing technologies that include Selective Laser Melting (SLM) and Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM).
As TC you’ll be able to work directly with interesting 3D printing technologies in a university setting. If you’re in the Melbourne, Australia area you might want to check out the details at the link below. 
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