Robotics Recruitment

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Our aim is to enable the next industrial revolution in Additive and Advanced Manufacturing through talent. 

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Robotics recruitment

Robotics has been imperative to the progression of the manufacturing industry. However, recent developments in AI have significantly increased robotic capabilities. From increased accuracy to predictive maintenance, robotics increases output across several industries. As a result, the industry is projected to attain a market potential of $260 billion by 2030. 

At Alexander Daniels Global, our team of recruitment specialists have a thorough understanding of the applications of Robotics in the additive and advanced manufacturing industries, and the skills talent need to excel. With our global network, we’re able to source the most exclusive opportunities across the US, UK and Europe. So you can rest assured, you’re working with a talent partner you can trust.


Our job board features a wide variety of disciplines in the advanced and additive manufacturing industries. These roles include, but are not limited to:

• Robotics Engineer
• Mechanical Design Engineer
• Robotics Software Engineer
• UX / UI Designers
• Robotic Hardware Developers
• Machine Learning Engineer
• QA / QC Engineer
• Manager Roles
• C-Level / Director Level Roles


Robotics has played a big part in advanced and additive manufacturing in recent years, as the industry continues on its path to serial production.

With our global reach, we’re able to source and place Robotics experts into companies using additive manufacturing technologies within, but not limited to, the following Sectors:

• 3D Printing
• Space & Defense
Medical & Healthcare


What are Robotics?

Robotics refers to the integration of mechanics, sensors, and computer software systems to create machines, commonly known as robots. These robots are designed to perform tasks across a myriad of processes and industries, autonomously or semi-autonomously, to either streamline existing processes or develop new ones.

Practical Applications of Robotics

There are countless practical applications for Robotics technology, from material handling to welding. Some industry specific applications include:

  • Space exploration: whilst aerospace technology continues to advance, there are still many aspects of space exploration that are too dangerous for astronauts to undertake. With robots, like the Mars Rover, we’re able to gain vital insights without risking human life.
  • Prescription dispensing: with their advancing speed and accuracy, robots can quickly and safely dispense medication, decreasing time to patient.
  • Automotive manufacturing: from welding and assembly to painting and sealing, robotic arms can be used throughout all parts of the manufacturing process to ensure accuracy, consistency and reduce waste. 

Benefits of Robotics

With such a diverse range of applications, robotics offer an even broader scope of benefits. However, some universal benefits include:

  • Around the clock operations: by implementing robotics systems, businesses are able to operate 24/7, effectively increasing output.
  • Quality Control: whilst the standards within the traditional manufacturing industry are still incredibly high, there is always a margin of risk down to human error. With programmed quality standards and specifications, robots are able to produce high-calibre, quality-consistent products on demand.
  • Complex Task Handling: Robots can execute intricate tasks with incredibly high precision.  Within +/- 0.02 mm to +/- 0.4 mm margin of error, robots are optimal for high pressure scenarios, including complex surgeries or bomb disposal scenarios, where risk is high and accuracy is imperative to safety. 
  • Data Collection: robots use sensors to gather data whilst performing routine tasks, like material handling, to provide insights and identify opportunities for process optimization, predictive maintenance, and quality control.

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Alexander daniels global is your additive and advanced manufacturing recruitment expert

At Alexander Daniels Global, we have a simple vision:
‘To enable the Industrial Revolution in Advanced and Additive Manufacturing through talent.’ 

We work with talented individuals to source opportunities which will advance their career. We also work with organizations in the advanced and additive manufacturing industries to achieve their growth objectives by partnering with them to identify, attract, engage and recruit high caliber professionals globally.