Trainee programme

Make the leap to practical work

Are you looking for a new challenge and ready to start your career? At PostFinance, you can take on responsibility, work on different projects and establish your own network. Have a say in what your trainee programme should look like.

Individual. Project-based. Varied.

One year, two areas of application and various projects. We have continued to develop our trainee programme so you can lay the foundations for your career according to your needs. You can already decide in your application where you would like your first placement to be. You then choose your second placement yourself. 20 percent of your work time is available for projects.

You arrange the area of application and projects yourself via a marketplace and decide what your year at PostFinance should look like. Targeted workshops will help you to continue to develop, both professionally and personally. By completing a wide range of tasks, you will have the best opportunities to network with others and benefit from the knowledge of many different employees. And remember – a healthy dose of fun is guaranteed. Sounds perfect for you?

Key information at a glance

Level of employment
80% to 100%
Duration
12 months – two areas of application (60% to 80%) and various projects (20%)
Start date
March 2019 (all the places for trainee year 2019 have been allocated. We will accept applications from around October 2019 for entry from March 2020)
Salary
CHF 78,000 per year
Additional benefits
free half-fare travelcard or discounted GA travelcard, numerous preferential offers for Swiss Post staff
Areas of application
(1. - 6 months)
Still to be defined for 2020

Job vacancies for trainees

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First-hand accounts – our trainees talk about their job

  • “During my studies, I was never quite sure what direction I wanted to take. So I worked in different fields while I was studying, and I came to realize that I was particularly drawn to marketing and communication. As a trainee, I have the opportunity to become more familiar with these fields in practice. I particularly appreciate the varied nature of the work. I manage campaigns independently and work directly with agencies, while having to consider the various needs of internal stakeholders. This gives me the opportunity to assume responsibility and learn something new every day.” 

  • “The people were what did it for me. I first encountered PostFinance at a graduate fair. The positive air of the people won me over right from the start, and my impression was confirmed in my interviews and my first few days at work. The way I was welcomed into my team was amazing. I get the opportunity to look into many different projects and assume responsibility for sub-projects. And my relationships with the other trainees are also great. We’re all different, but we complement and get on with each other really well. You can see it from the fact that we do things together in our spare time. The best example: a skiing weekend we organized together on our own initiative.”