Diverse working environment at Swiss Post
From logistics and IT technicians to parcel carriers: 58,180 employees from 138 nations can pursue careers in over 100 professions at Swiss Post, and develop their skills with the company.
Swiss Post approaches this diversity with esteem and respect. Swiss Post is committed to mixed teams and integrates different points of view, experiences and skills in a targeted manner to develop innovative new processes, products and services.
Helping to shape change is particularly exciting and challenging.
Import Team Leader, Zurich-Mülligen international letter center
“My team and I are responsible for sorting incoming consignments from abroad. We work in two shifts from Monday to Sunday. I really enjoy the lively international environment.”
International logistics is exciting: from A for acceptance to Z for zone.
International Forwarding Specialist, PostLogistics, Dintikon
“Whether I’m organizing the transport of goods throughout Europe, calculating quotations or checking customs duties and VAT amounts: my job calls for versatility and precision. And sometimes steady nerves, when things get hectic!”
Thanks to the new branch concept, we are much closer to our customers.
Head of Ecublens branch
“We test new services in the self-service area, and at the advice counter we explain to customers how they can use Swiss Post’s digital services. It’s a lot of fun.”
SPS is traditionally Swiss and yet also international. That’s inspiring.
Financial Controller Document Input, Swiss Post Solutions, Switzerland
“I’m responsible for preparing budgets and forecasts, and controlling for various larger projects. I like working with numbers and getting deeply immersed in projects.”
Digitization is fundamentally changing the way we communicate with our stakeholders.
Head of Corporate Communication, PostFinance, Berne
“As Head of Corporate Communication, I am responsible for internal communication and public relations at PostFinance. I am particularly enthusiastic about dialogue with our diverse stakeholders.”
For me, the best thing is the daily contact with people from all over the world.
PostBus driver / in-house and practical trainer, Bernese Oberland
“As a PostBus driver, I’m out and about on the roads of the Bernese Oberland every day. As an in-house trainer, I’m also happy take care of training my colleagues in new equipment – for example, devices for selling tickets in the driver’s cabin.”