LISTA offers plenty of opportunities for professional and personal development. Do you share our aspiration of improving the workplace environment through custom solutions? Are you conscientious, committed and willing to take on responsibility? As employees, we enable you to actively participate in business decisions and really contribute towards our collective success as part of a strong team.
We want to hear from you!
The HR Team
Christina Schaffner, Mara Severini, Notker Baumgartner, Sandra Saxer
LEARNING AT LISTA
You’re brimming with curiosity and aspire to a successful future career. We have the skills to give you the best possible qualifications for the job market. As an international industrial company, we offer broad and practice-focused training with excellent prospects. We attach great importance to personal attributes when selecting our trainees.
We want your training to be a success and to ensure that you can achieve your personal objectives. That’s why we will support you from your very first day of work if you join us having completed your compulsory schooling. We offer three- or four-year traineeships, including a vocational diploma, in six different job categories. Are you interested in getting to know a wide range of areas and gaining valuable experience within an international company?
We’d like to hear from you!
Business people write letters, organise meetings, travel or events, and make the appropriate arrangements. The draw up quotes, process orders, write minutes, create invoices, make payments and maintain contact with customers and suppliers.
|Extended basic education (Profile E)||1 to 2 days per week|
|Vocational school-leaving certificate (Profile M)||2 days per week|
IT specialists who focus on IT for business are experts in holistic solutions. They devise IT concepts, install hardware and software, and ensure that IT systems are operating reliably.
|1st training year||3 days per week|
|2nd training year||2 days per week|
|3rd/4th training year||1 day per week|
Polymechanics make tools, equipment parts and production devices. They operate and program both manual and computer-controlled processing machines, oversee production, put systems and apparatus into operation, and maintain them going forward.
|1st training year||2 days per week|
|2nd - 4th training year||1 day per week|
Logistics specialists transport, store and distribute goods in a professional manner. They are responsible for the approval and monitoring of incoming goods, and oversee warehousing, stock removal and picking. They are also in charge of packaging, loading and internal transportation.
|1st to 3rd training year||1 day per week|
Design engineers design and construct individual parts and assemblies for devices, machines and production facilities. They create design drawings on the computer and create technical documentation. They also work on projects and draw up project documents.
|1st/2nd training year||2 days per week|
|3rd training year||1.5 days per week|
|4th training year||1 day per week|
|Vocational school-leaving certificate||2 days per week|
Production mechanics learn metalworking techniques and manufacture metal workpieces and components. They operate both manual and computer-controlled production machines for sheet metal processing, and are responsible for maintaining them. Welding and soldering of components also fall within their area of activity.
|1st - 3rd training year||1 day per week|