3D Print Consultant
3D Print Consultant (student version) The 3D print consultant provides School of Medicine customers with skilled assistance in the use of the Ruth Lilly Medical Library’s 3D printing & scanning services. The consultant will also assist users with technology in the Library's Collaborative Learning Lab and Makerspace. The consultant reports to the Nexus Manager, and is a member of the Library’s Technology Team.
· High School Diploma and current enrollment at IUPUI, upper level or graduate student preferred
· Must be familiar with FDM 3D printer operation and basic 3D printer maintenance
· Ability to troubleshoot 3D printer failures
· Knowledge of basic 3D printer maintenance
· Formal training & proficiency in the use of 3D modeling and design software such as Maya (or other industry standard 3D design/development programs) is preferred.
· Interest or experience with 3d printing for scientific, medical & health applications is desirable
· Familiarity with Adobe CS products such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Premier is highly desirable.
· Multimedia computing skill across PC and Mac environments
· Troubleshoots and answers basic technology questions to help our IU School of Medicine students, faculty & staff make full use of library & university resources. Makes referrals when appropriate.
· Excellent verbal communication skills
· Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
· Proactive customer service attitude
· Professional attitude and demeanor
Federal Work-Study Award required. To verify whether or not you have work-study, you can log into your student center to view your financial aid award summary. You can do so by searching for the "View/manage My Financial Aid Information" tile in One.IU. If you have work-study, you would see that award included with your other financial aid.
The IUPUI Student works individually and with others to collect, analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information to implement innovative solutions to
challenging local and global problems.
· Thinks Critically
· Analyzes, Synthesizes, and Evaluates
10 to 15 hours/week Monday-Friday. Consultant will gain experience with 3D printing technology and facilitating its use in an academic medical school environment. The consultant will also gain experience in training and instruction on the use of 3D modeling and multi-media applications. Other related duties as assigned may include opportunities to utilize graphic design and marketing skills for medical library-related projects.