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Paint the future yellow.

The Swiss Post trainee programme

Spend 18 months working in various Swiss Post units based on your interests and skills. You’ll contribute your expertise, gain professional experience within a Group and expand your horizon and your network.


The trainee programme comprises two placements of nine months each with an employment level of 80 to 100 percent. We will assign you to your first placement based on your skills and interests. You will find your second placement yourself.

Your profile

You like to contribute ideas and take a stance.

What you have to offer:

  • You’ll have graduated with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (traditional university/university of applied sciences) within two years of the start of the programme.
  • You have already gained initial work experience in internships or part-time jobs.
  • You have a good command of German, French (B2) and English (B2).
  • Your thinking is joined up, you show initiative, you have diverse interests and you are a team player.

Your application process

  1. 1

    Apply online for the traineeship via our vacancies page. No cover letter is required.

  2. 2

    We will review your documents and inform you of the next steps or send you a rejection if we cannot consider your application.

  3. 3

    During the selection procedure, we use various tools such as an online assessment and/or a time-delayed video interview. If you are given a positive rating, we will invite you to an event for applicants.

  4. 4

    You’ll have the chance to put questions to current trainees at a half-day event for applicants. Structured interviews will be held with the trainee managers and with managers from the designated area of work.

  5. 5

    You’ll receive an oral confirmation or rejection from us.




Questions? Send us an e-mail.

Give us a call

Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. – 12 noon and 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

CHF 0.08/min. from landline phones within Switzerland

0848 85 8000

0848 85 8000

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