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Sibylle Wälchli

Reporting team leader, a sporty mum-of-three and a Board member of SBB’s building cooperative.

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Controller: Overview and support.

As a controller you have a constant overview and support the line with managing the specialist unit by providing relevant data. You identify key cause-and-effect relationships.

There’s a story behind every figure – dealing with it at the right level is invaluable to business management.

Rinaldo Burgener

Head of Performance Controlling at Passenger Division, passionate about karate, wine, and mountains

A wide range of challenges.

In your role as controller, you support SBB’s current and future functional capability. You skilfully decipher the complexity of the business and understand cause-and-effect relationships. You create transparency, ask constructive and critical questions, link pieces of information together and provide independent evaluation. As a controller, you focus on processes and maintain an overview. You work on projects that are unique in Switzerland in terms of their scale and level of innovation.

On the operational side, you work with business process management experts on core finance processes. In your work you implement various best practices and tools while taking account of the general parameters. You agree these with the project team or the business. Your position entails a wide variety of tasks involving various methods.

Value creation is your top priority.

Our controllers make value-creating improvements their personal goal. This also applies when supporting and advising the line. With strong communication skills, you are people-focused. You’ll have the chance to make your mark on a personal level and drive changes forward. You easily overcome obstacles. Your transparent communication, strong verbal skills and ability to scrutinise ways of achieving solutions help to take the business and SBB forward.

Collective intelligence.

The structures, methods and tools used at SBB Controlling foster the use of collective intelligence. You engage in highly stimulating collaboration and dialogue while performing your rich gamut of tasks.


Do something great.