With your evaluations of data, you bridge the gap between operations and the further development of vehicles. In this way, you support their reliability, availability and maintainability (RAM).
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My analyses have a serious impact – they support fact-based arguments and make abstract data tangible.
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Specification and review of requirements.
In projects, you work together with specialists to define target-oriented requirements for new vehicles and systems. You identify possible deviations and are responsible for monitoring the agreed target values. The core of your task is setting up one-off as well as recurring data evaluations. As a RAM engineer, the sustained reliability, availability and maintainability of the fleet lies close to your heart. In all of these exciting tasks you generate clarity and communicate in a manner which is open, aware and consistent.
Monitoring and analysis of complex special cases.
Your evaluations and analyses of extensive data sets support the technical specialists in their task of ensuring the required level of fleet performance. To this end, you concentrate on creating standardised evaluations and analysing complex special cases. In order to achieve the jointly defined goals, you skilfully combine your analytical skills with your specialist and methodological knowledge. Every day, you are motivated by the challenge of finding an approach to solving a problem and communicating the results in a comprehensible manner.
It is possible to join SBB as a RAM engineer after completing a degree (university of applied sciences / university / ETH) with a technical specialisation. Professional experience will make it easier for you to get started at SBB, but is not always a prerequisite. In addition to your professional know-how, your analytical thinking, your communication skills and your affinity for technology are all very strong. You can therefore critically analyse and interrogate data, thus making an important contribution to the success of SBB.
There are several possibilities for you to further develop as a RAM engineer or to deepen your specialism. Thanks to the breadth of your everyday work, you also have the opportunity to change your career path internally or take over a team leadership position.
For us, modern approaches to work are the norm. Mobile working means that you can also carry out your tasks outside SBB workplaces. Whether working from home, on the move, at customer offices, or in other areas inside and outside SBB – you can shape your work in different ways. As a RAM engineer you will also benefit from good, flexible working conditions.
We rely on strong teamwork in order to carry out our tasks and meet our responsibilities. Togetherness and community are therefore especially important to us, and this also applies to RAM engineers. You actively promote exchange within the team and with specialists, with a culture of equals creating a pleasant working environment and facilitating communication. Even if you often work on projects by yourself, you welcome and value exchange within the (project) team.
We have a fair and progressive remuneration system. We reward individual performance, take the nature of the job market into account and create transparency. We have also been awarded the We Pay Fair label.
Special offers for SBB employees.
Our employees enjoy attractive discounts from companies throughout Switzerland. These include insurance policies, language courses and electronic devices.
Our employees receive a 2nd class GA Travelcard. The prerequisite for this is a level of employment of at least 50 per cent and a period of employment of more than one year. Our staff also benefit from discounted rail journeys abroad.