Desktop 3D printers are a hot commodity right now, but they don't quite "sell themselves" yet.

That means 3D Systems is looking for "brand ambassadors" to demonstrate what their Cube line of printers can do as they start appearing on the shelves of the 350 Staples and Office Depot stores across the lower 48 states.

Raleigh, N.C.-based Headway Workforce Solutions is handling the hiring for 3D Systems. They've already hired 126 people and are looking to hire approximately 44 more.

"Headway has been an instrumental resource for us by taking the challenge of recruiting and managing 175 ambassadors off our plate so we can focus on profitability and growth," 3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental said.

These are part-time positions with flexible hours. There may be some travel involved, but most likely not more than 30 miles.

"We want people who are tech savvy, but are also comfortable working with people who maybe aren't so tech savvy," Headway Program Manager Chris Mangan said.

Hires will technically be Headway employees, not 3D Systems.

"When we started to explore the possibility of working with 3D Systems we were very excited; it is not every day that companies can partner to develop a staffing solution for cutting edge technology," Headway CEO JP Sakey said. "We are honored to be chosen as the exclusive operating partner for the 3D Systems in-store brand ambassadors."

Those interested in the applying for the remaining positions should contact Mangan at (919) 376-4929 or via email at