CI Tech Components AG develops, produces and sells products which are used to automate the cash cycle worldwide.
Our international customers expect reliable banknote transportation and correct banknote recognition with low operating and purchasing costs.
Advanced technology for banknote handling modules and sensors requires cross-functional teams composed from specialists in the development of mechanics, electronics and software, as well as experts in production and sales & marketing.
Are you looking for a new position in a challenging international and very special environment? Join us and be part of our team in functions, such as management, engineering or sales & marketing.
As the world is moving fast, we are always looking for well-educated and motivated people.
Currently no jobs available.
You didn't find a perfect fit for you in our job offers or there are currently no jobs available?
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In our dynamic growing company there are new chances arising continously in all branches and sites.
Convince us about your values you can offer us and send us your application with information about your current career and the position you are looking for at CI Tech Components AG.
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Vocational Education and Training (VET) is an important pillar of the Swiss Economy and standard direct route into qualified employment for two thirds of young people in Switzerland.
Since years CI Tech Components AG is partner of the Swiss VET system and offers commercial as well as production mechanic apprenticeships.
From the very first beginning our apprentices are getting included in the daily business, this way they quickly learn the relationsship management with stakeholders and gain a detailed insight into business areas such as accounting, human relations, order processing and purchasing.
Our competent and educated instructors support our trainees in all demanding tasks during the entire apprenticeship.
You can find our vacant apprenticeships above at "Jobs".