Maintenance Technician: To ensure that we are just as reliable tomorrow as we are today.
As a maintenance technician, you carry out all maintenance and inspection work on SBB’s railway vehicles. You are also responsible for performing any repair work and for replacing components where necessary.
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Your main goal is to diagnose and repair faults. Another key task is to carry out control and change requests and to identify any deviations. Once the maintenance and repair work is complete, you put the railway vehicles you have dealt with back into operation and ensure they are safe, reliable and ready to depart on time.
Our Maintenance technicians are divided into different levels depending on their experience. Their main remits are weighted differently depending on their level:
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Level 2 – opportunities to develop in maintenance.
With your professional experience, you can now deepen your knowledge and take on more responsibility within SBB.
Level 4 – expert in maintenance.
Level 4 employees are the specialists for commissioning the most demanding vehicles and systems. You lead training courses and take on technical management responsibility.
Maintenance Team Leaders: the leaders in production.
As a Maintenance Team Leader you are first-line management: the interface between management and production. You set the example for Maintenance Technicians and are jointly responsible for the team’s development.
Lead and inspire.
After graduating from a professional college, you can advance to become a manager. You take on responsibility for our Maintenance Technicians and develop your department towards success.