Cadac Group is looking for over 100 specialists to realise its ambitious growth ambitions. The company specialising in design software will start an extensive recruitment campaign in the Benelux next month. We are looking for CAD engineers, consultants and software developers who will work for international relations in construction, process engineering, infrastructure, manufacturing, offshore and logistics.
Cadac expects to grow strongly in the coming years, says founder and CEO Jan Baggen. “We have made a major change to our company in a short time. From software supplier to service provider. We support our customers with the transformation to the digital age. We do this, of course, with the software from Autodesk, Microsoft and our own developments. For this operation, enabling digital, we need a lot of specialists. Highly educated, but above all capable of innovating and pioneering.”
Cadac Group now has over 200 employees, most of whom work from the head office in Heerlen or the office in Vianen. The focus is on further expansion in Europe. “This is only the beginning of the digital age,” says Jan Baggen. “We are facing enormous challenges; the construction of millions of homes, food for an explosively growing world population, the climate transition. It all needs to be more efficient, faster, more economical and more sustainable. Digitisation, automation and robotization are the instruments. We facilitate and innovate.”
In addition to 100 permanent jobs, Cadac is looking for 40 experienced specialists with specialist knowledge of Autodesk software in the Netherlands, Germany, England and Australia. “Independent specialists who want to join Cadac Xperts on a freelance basis, the first global online platform to connect Autodesk experts and customers,” says Jan Baggen.
Cadac offers substantive challenges, excellent working conditions and flexibility. “Zuid-Limburg is an excellent region for living and working in with a large number of knowledge institutes, a growing economy and a broad cultural offering, in the heart of Europe. People do not have to work from Heerlen, but it is certainly not a punishment. I am curious who will respond.”