What only few people know: St. Moritz is the birthplace of power distribution in Switzerland. It was neither in Zurich, Berne or Geneva, but in St. Moritz where the first electric light in Switzerland shone in 1878.
Anyone who works with us experiences the extraordinary combination of an energy producer with a longstanding tradition in one of the most famous tourism destinations in the world.
Are you ready for a career at St. Moritz Energie? We have published the daily updated vacancies for you here. In case your dream job is not listed, please do not hesitate to send in your speculative application. Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Swiss Portal for career choice supports young people in their first career choice and adults in career planning. The site is a service of the Schweizerischen Dienstleistungszentrums Berufsbildung, Berufs-, Studien- und Laufbahnberatung SDBB (Swiss Service Centre for training, occupational, educational and career counselling). The SDBB is a division of the der Schweizerischen Konferenz der kantonalen Erziehungsdirektoren EDK (Swiss Conference of Cantonal Ministers of Education) active in the field of vocational training and vocational counselling. For further information, visit www.berufsberatung.ch.
In addition to information about the professions, Yousty provides students with tips for their applications as well as listing numerous apprenticeship vacancies. Yousty offers online services and comprehensive and authentic insights into professions and companies. In addition to photos and videos, vocational trainers and apprentices from actual companies are available to answer questions. For more information, visit www.yousty.ch.
Power Line Technicians build and maintain facilities for the transmission of electrical energy – e.g., high-voltage transmission lines, service lines, public lighting systems. Power Line Technicians work in one of the following focus areas: energy, telecommunication or catenaries. Clients include municipalities, the federal government, cantons, public and private companies. For more information, visit www.netzelektriker.ch.