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Make the difference!

Are you looking for a change? Do you want to create sustainable added value, using your knowledge and developing innovative solutions responsibly? Then become part of our family at SFS. We support and challenge talented individuals who join our team. We will be at your side on your journey to becoming a value creator. With us, you make the difference.

Vacancies Switzerland

Become a value creator

With creativity and through innovative solutions, we create lasting customer benefits. Our focus is on supporting and challenging your talents and accompanying you on your journey.

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@SFS

Entry-level opportunities:
As individual as you are.

We are an award-winning company

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For four years running, we have been ranked among the top three in the “large companies” category of the Swiss Employer Awards (Swiss Arbeitgeber Award) – the largest employee survey in Switzerland. An award that not only demonstrates our attractiveness as an employer, but that we also use and appreciate as an important feedback tool. The above-average response rate reflects the high level of commitment of our value creators, who provide important input for improvement with their suggestions. With us, you make the difference!

The SFS value proposition shows how we create value for our customers by adding value and reducing costs. This added value is created by people – us. It is the employees who invent success together. They are the value creators who create added value for the customer and for SFS. All of us at SFS contribute to this.

If a vacancy appeals to you, you can submit your application documents directly via the “Apply now” field. Please ensure that your application documents are complete. This includes your CV, a cover letter, interim references/references and diplomas.

As soon as we receive your application, we will send you a confirmation of receipt. Your documents will be reviewed and you will be informed within about 14 days of what will happen next – whether that be an invitation to an initial interview or a rejection. The initial interview can be conducted in person or remotely via a video call. After getting to know each other for the first time, we usually need around two weeks to inform you about the next stage of the application process – whether that be a second round of interviews, a trial day or a rejection. If the in-depth meeting is also successful for both parties, you will receive an invitation to sign a contract. And for you, that means welcome aboard!

Tips and tricks for an interview
• Be yourself and remain authentic
• Find out about us and your future area of application before the interview
• Assess yourself well and know your goals
• Reflect on your strengths/weaknesses
• Think about your salary expectations
• There is no reason to be nervous
• Do not take a rejection personally and feel free to apply again

If you want to work in Switzerland but live in a neighboring country, there are some rights and obligations to note. Let us clarify. There are basically two types of cross-border commuter:

  • those who commute home every day
  • those who cross the border once a week

You will need a border commuter permit (G permit) to be allowed to work in Switzerland. We will send you the application form (A1). We will then initiate all further steps. We will also provide you with a form for registering your withholding tax. In Switzerland, withholding tax is deducted directly from the monthly income of foreign employees.

If you have any further questions about cross-border commuting, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Do you want to make your holidays meaningful, gain professional experience and earn your own money? As a holiday worker, you can get involved in one of the important areas of production, work preparation, warehouse logistics and much more besides, thereby gaining valuable experience.

The most important facts at a glance
• The holiday work should last at least two weeks at a time. In the case of cross-border commuters, at least four and no more than ten weeks.
• By law, school-age children under the age of 14 in Switzerland and young people under the age of 15 from abroad are not permitted to undertake holiday work. Holiday work in shifts is only permitted by law from the age of 19.
• We only offer holiday work during the summer holidays, i.e. between July and September. We do not offer any assignments during the Christmas, Easter and autumn holidays.
• The application period for holiday jobs is from February to April. The registration form will be activated here during this period.

There was no suitable position for you? Then submit your speculative application and we'll see what we can do for you.

Speculative application

Would you like to help us find qualified personnel?

Here you will find the vacancies in Switzerland. In the event of a “match”, we look forward to hearing from you.