Writer: Per Noreen
Director Employee Success & Marketing
+46 (0) 733 77 24 59
May 24, 2016
We’ve had great growth in the past two years, and we see no signs of it declining. This means that we’re looking for 90 new people to join our team before the end of this year.
Part of this development has to do with the 2015 merger of Technia and Transcat, which has added several new markets to our geographical scope, but the demand of our products and services also continues to be very strong.
We are ultimately looking for curious people – whether they are recently graduated or more experienced - who are passionate about Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). They love learning new things and are driven by being part of meaningful PLM projects and to deliver results.
We have positions to fill in pretty much all our segments. We are primarily looking for consultants, software- and product developers, architects, project leaders, industry experts, sales executives and senior business developers.
Geographically, we’re recruiting about 50 people in India, 20 in the Nordic region and 20 in our operations in Germany, Austria and Slovakia.
This is an extremely exciting time to be a part of our team because we are growing at a fast pace and we have an attractive and clear vision to be the No. 1 knowledge leader for PLM globally. A lot of our success is directly linked to our people and so we make sure to stimulate their growth by continuously providing them with training and development.
Our recent expansion also means we can offer plenty of international opportunities; we have 21 offices in eight countries, so we have a constant infusion of new and exciting projects. You’ll be working with some of the most interesting PLM projects on the market - it is all about work that really matters.
The workplace itself is very diversified and dynamic: There are always new projects involving global, innovative leaders like GE, Ericsson, Ford, TUI, GUESS and Mölnlycke Health Care. We focus a lot on teamwork - part of our culture is based on knowledge sharing – which makes it a great and stimulating atmosphere to work in.
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