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IT roles and career paths.
SBB Information Technology.
1000 employees in 16 different roles are responsible for the innovative development of the IT environment and the smooth operation of over 1,000 applications and 21,000 workstations.
Day-to-day operations and project work.
Michael Fijol is an SAP Business Warehouse Operations team leader. His team runs one of Switzerland’s largest business intelligence systems.
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Well-trained employees form the basis for our company’s success. SBB IT actively develops its employees, taking account of all their individual needs. Its comprehensive range of in-house training courses which span departments and disciplines opens up a wide variety of new prospects. If external training is also beneficial for the company, SBB makes a financial contribution and reimburses time and expenses.
SBB IT operates on the basis of clearly defined job profiles, which are divided into four levels of seniority. Individual career development is actively adressed and promoted in staff performance reviews held twice a year.
Management is key to SBB’s long-term success. The focus of SBB’s succession management system is on recognising, assessing, developing and positioning managers and talents so as to ensure that suitably qualified leaders are always in the right place at the right time.
And thanks to its mentoring programme for women, SBB unlocks and exploits the potential of qualified female employees, helps them to identify their future prospects and broadens their career horizons.