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The dynamic working environment at Swiss Post offers committed employees attractive employment conditions and numerous prospects.
Applicants can find information on applications here, while recruiters can find information on the procedure.
People with professional experience can choose between more than 100 different professions at Swiss Post.
Entry-level career opportunities at Swiss Post for college or university students and graduates.
Apprenticeships at Swiss Post offer you the chance to put knowledge gained at school into practice.
Already got the school-leaving certificate (Matura) or a high school/business school diploma? Swiss Post offers new professional prospects.
All Swiss Post career events as well as trade fairs and meet-ups at a glance.
What internal opportunities does Swiss Post offer? How can employees develop further individually? Martina tells us how her professional career with Swiss Post has been to date.
As part of the Create Tomorrow campaign (report here in the blog), Swiss Post organized a prize draw for a day at INNOSpace. Joël Scherrer took part in the competition and won. He provides us here with an insight into this unique professional experience.
Office days can be exhausting: Our bodies are not built for long periods of sitting and working in front of a screen quickly becomes tiring. Long meetings can negatively affect your ability to concentrate and are very demanding. As a consequence we quickly risk leaving work tired and starting our free time with run-down batteries. But it could all be so easy! Here we give you some everyday tips to help you leave the office on the best possible form.
Swiss Post is not only Switzerland’s leading logistics company, but also its largest manufacturer-independent full-service fleet manager. Hugo Jakob works at Post Company Cars Ltd as Head of Partner Management East. He talks about his day-to-day work in the blog post.
Our body needs water – approx. 1.5 to 3 litres a day, depending on our activity and the weather. What we drink is important too. Coca Cola gives us an instant burst of energy, but soon makes us feel tired and sluggish. It is better to drink water or diluted fruit juice, spread regularly throughout the day. Coffee wakes us up as well – and is an acceptable choice as long as we don’t overdo it.
IT specialists play an active role in shaping future IT solutions at Swiss Post.
Delivery, sorting and storage staff work side by side to satisfy our customers’ needs.
Put what you have learned into practice during the Group-wide trainee programme.
Swiss Post offers tips and tricks for application files and interviews.