Switzerland

Elite Recruitment Group is a leading international specialist recruitment agency with a strong emphasis on international railway projects, including in Western Europe and in Switzerland (Zürich, Geneva, Basel etc).
 
In Switzerland typical rail projects we would recruit for include the likes of:
 
  • Bombardier TWINDEXX Double-Deck Trains
  • Cornavin-Eaux-Vives-Annemasse (CEVA) Rail Link
  • Geneva Tram Network
  • Glattalbahn Light Rail (VBG)
  • Gotthard Base Tunnel
  • Lausanne Metro m2
  • Lötschberg Base Tunnel
We help foreign or local companies to recruit both local rail worker profiles based in Switzerland, or international expats wanting to work in Switzerland.
 
- Our recruitment agency is uniquely specialised in the Railway Industry.
- We have an extensive international and local Rail Candidate Network.
- We cover all types of Rail Candidates, Clients and Project stages.
- We offer a range of services in recruitment and related HR fields (salary studies, visas, etc.).
 
To find out more about about our recruitment and HR services please click here 
 
To Contact Us
 
Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements with one of our senior consultants. You can contact us directly by telephone on +44 844 561 1552 or by sending us an email at: clients@eliterecruitmentgroup.com
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