ICT jobs at Ypsomed
Make a difference every day at Ypsomed
State-of-the-art equipment undoubtedly plays an important role with us. However, progress is created in the minds of our employees. With the synergy of great ideas, specialised IT skills, your passion for challenging IT projects and the ambition to make a difference, you can positively impact the wellbeing of people with chronic conditions around the world.
Being part of Ypsomed, you help people with chronic diseases to live their life with the greatest possible freedom every day. With your IT background, many doors are open to you at Ypsomed. For example, as a system engineer you can support one of the IT operations teams which looks after the software for our production machines. Among other things, we use these machines to manufacture pens which people can use to treat themselves independently and easily at home. You will be on site when a new system is being set up or to rectify faults in existing systems. And you will also be solving many problems via remote maintenance.
You can also apply your IT skills in Corporate Services. This is where network specialists or ICT supporters come into play. In the Service Desk Team, you will be supporting other Ypsomed employees if they require assistance with their terminals or their software. In addition to technical skills, the willingness to help others is paramount here.
Every day I look forward to helping employees and solving their minor and major IT problems. The many contacts I make – from apprentices to members of the Executive Board – make me aware of how fast our company is growing – even outside of Switzerland.
Faduma, ICT Supporter
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Career opportunities in ICT at Ypsomed
At Ypsomed, many employees stay with the company for years. The reason being that we offer you the opportunities to constantly advance your skills. Raphael, for example, has been with the company for 14 years. He started his career as an ICT supporter in first-level support. After two years, he moved to IT in production. Today, he is a team leader, is in charge of ten employees and looking for two more. However, there are many more possibilities other than following the traditional career path. Everyone advances at Ypsomed. One of the career models is bound to suit you. Two years ago, Faduma also joined Ypsomed as an ICT supporter. She has expanded her area of responsibility and supports all Ypsomed locations due to her language skills. For instance, she recently had the opportunity to set up the equipment of the employees at the new location in Barcelona.
Discover the benefits
Work in Switzerland where and when you want.
Shifts, annual working time, part-time.
26 days' holiday is the minimum.
E-charging stations, half-fare cards, parking spaces, public transport.
Ypsomed pays 55% of the pension contributions.
After an accident, you will receive 80% of your salary for up to 2 years.
Low-cost or free sports offers throughout Switzerland.
Financial participation in childcare.
You can develop in different directions with us. We support you in every way.
We value good and fair pay.
You receive anonymous and free counselling for personal questions.
With our Win a Colleague programme, a bonus of 2000 Swiss francs awaits you.
Beautiful leisure experiences are guaranteed with us.
State-of-the art production, offices and break areas.
Manuel grew up in Solothurn and thinks it is one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland. In his free time, the 29-year-old focuses on sport: he plays football and in winter he enjoys snowboarding and sledging. Manuel joined Ypsomed two and a half years ago and works in Diabetes Care.
At the beginning of December, the sixth “Blausee-Schwimmen” took place in the beautiful Blausee in the Berne Oberland in fantastic winter weather. In total, over 500 "Tough-Cookies & herti Sieche" plunged into the Blausee for a good cause and swam through the 4.2 degree cold water – seven colleagues from Ypsomed also took part.
Thambymuthu Jeyamohan is 43 years old, originally from Sri Lanka and currently lives in Wiler near Utzenstorf. He is married and has two children. In his spare time he likes to tinker with electronics and to program, as he comes from this field and has completed an apprenticeship as a software developer.