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Claudia Schürch

Asset Manager (60%), paraglider pilot and mother.

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Asset Manager: Shape the railway system of the future.

As an asset manager, you can shape the railway system as part of the mobility of the future. 

Your tasks don’t only include product development and strategic asset management, but also the use of digitalisation to increase efficiency and effectiveness. At SBB, you have the chance to implement some challenging projects that are extremely relevant to the economy. Your work can be noticed, and is important for everyone.

Being able to play a part in positively influencing safety and the provision of SBB’s safety installations makes my job worthwhile.

Mauro Vasella

Asset Manager, father and amateur chef.

Bringing together technology and the economy.

As an asset manager, you’re in charge of managing the entire life cycle of your assets. From development, through to maintenance and renewal, you will optimise costs, develop and coordinate proposed measures and process annual financial and material requirements. You combine technical and financial aspects in a profitable way.

Responsibility for the entire life cycle.

You also determine system requirements and formulate specifications and specification sheets. You assist in procurement projects from specification through to the introduction of the systems in the network, including taking on responsibility for the entire life cycle.

Do something great.

Careers throughout engineering.