Beline Hof

Production Planner, plant-lover and volleyball fan.

Installation and Equipment Engineer: From the details to the big picture.

As an installation and equipment engineer, you process sheet metal, metal profiles and pipes with traditional tools as well as with computer-aided bending machines, laser cutting machines and welding robots. You manufacture the parts with pinpoint precision to ensure that the assembly functions smoothly. In doing so, you ensure compliance with the specifications relating to occupational, health and environmental safety. You often accompany one product through all its development phases, from initial design and production through to placing in service, always in partnership with other specialists. You are also responsible for maintaining and repairing the installations.

My high-voltage tests improve safety on and around the tracks.

Romain Mury

Master Craftsman/Automation Engineer, an adventurous sports fan who loves travelling.

Manual dexterity.

Despite the many machines, your handiwork and manual skills are very much in demand. You are someone who takes the initiative and gets stuck in. 

Reliable and economical.

Your most important task is to complete your orders and projects systematically and economically to guarantee that the installations and equipment are fully functional. You make sure that the Swiss railway system is operating reliably and efficiently. You also play a part in optimising energy and resource efficiency in operations.

Supportive and independent.

You work well independently and as part of a team. Your flexibility and openness to new ideas play an important part in optimising processes as well as the installations and equipment themselves.


Do something great.