Working in maintenance
You have put stock in the right training: automation engineers, electronics engineers, automotive mechatronics engineers and electricians, but also multi-skilled mechanics and farm machinery mechanics are in demand. With us, for example. At the locations of Bönigen, Spiez, Oberburg and Givisiez, over 250 maintenance staff are responsible for “their” train and every day ensure that thousands of customers reach their destination safely and on time. An important job with a lot of responsibility.
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Our professionals and their stories
Rahel Persano is getting her train ready for use: she is passionate about locomotives – old or new. She enjoys the variety. Rahel completed her apprenticeship as a multi-skilled mechanic at BLS. Since 2013, she has worked as a maintenance specialist at the workshop in Spiez using all her skills to maintain the cargo locomotives.
Yanik Stauffer is getting his train ready for use. Today, it is vehicle number 18 from the MUTZ fleet. Yanik has felt very much at home in the workshop since his apprenticeship as an automation technician. He has proactively set about progressing his further development. He is now a diagnostician and is training at the higher technical college. He loves the variety and values his cool team.
Mathis Gitzel is getting his train ready for use. Together with his team, he is currently guiding the Re465 in Bönigen through a modernisation programme, making it fit for another 15 years of operation. He is deeply involved in the vehicle and faces a range of challenges from mechanical and electric to challenges with the software. In every situation, he can rely on his colleagues.