Career at Rapp

We offer talented people with professional ambitions a varied environment in which to work and learn and in which they can experience personal growth and professional development.

We train apprentices and interns. Thanks to our broad-based alignment, we can offer graduates starting out in their careers very attractive first appointments where they can gain experience and develop their skills. We are always seeking experienced professionals with the capacity to take on authoritative responsibility for our projects.

  • Help design the future

    Classic apprenticeships have an outstanding reputation as a professional foundation in Switzerland's dual education system.

    They provide two-thirds of the young population with a solid occupational basis, are a gateway to professional life and enable access to higher education. Training takes place both at work and at vocational school. At work, apprentices are introduced to working life in the form of practical and productive project work; they acquire the necessary theoretical and general knowledge at vocational school. Apprentices also have the opportunity to qualify for higher education at a university of applied sciences by acquiring a Federal Vocational Baccalaureate in parallel to their basic qualifications..

    We offer apprenticeships for the following professions

    Draughtsman/draughtswoman SCC specialising in construction Engineering
    2 apprenticeship as of August 2019

    Geomatician (Federal VET Diploma)
    1 apprenticeship as of August 2021

    Draughtsman/draughtswoman SCC specialising in architecture
    Apprenticeship vacancies as of August 2020

    Building technology designer SCC specialising in ventilation (supplementary training course)
    1 apprenticeship as of August 2019

    Building technology designer SCC specialising in heating (supplementary training course)
    1 apprenticeship as of August 2019

    Building technology designer SCC specialising in sanitary installations (supplementary training course)
    1 apprenticeship as of August 2019

    Electrical engineer SCC
    1 apprenticeship as of August 2019

  • Well prepared for the start of your career

    We offer internships in every field of activity.

    Our internships are attractive because we can offer opportunities to gain insights into a broad spectrum of professions thanks to our wide range of services and interdisciplinary work.

    Overview of internship options

    • Professions: Construction Engineering, Supporting Structures, Environment, Geomatics, Architecture, Traffic & Mobility, Factory Planning, Logistics, Building Technology
    • Duration: from 1 week (trial internship) to 3 years (training as part of a degree programme)
    • Target groups: anyone from high school leavers and university qualifiers to university students and graduates (students from universities of applied sciences are naturally included)

    For more information please see our flyer.


    Applying for an internship

    Internship positions currently available are published under positions vacant.

    The people responsible will be pleased to provide information over the phone and are at your disposal to clarify any issues in advance of an internship.

    • Civil Engineering: René Stadler, 058 595 78 80
    • Supporting Structures: Christoph Schelker, 058 595 76 47
    • Environment: Marion Kaiser, 058 595 78 55
    • Geoinformatics: Stefan Schneider, 058 595 79 84
    • Architecture: Andreas Kissling, 058 595 76 91
    • Mobility: Yves Gasser, 058 595 78 40
    • Factory Planning, Logistics: Danny Riedel, 058 595 74 05
    • Building Technology: Edgar Haller, 058 595 75 78
  • Use your career opportunities to get going

    We offer development opportunities that are as varied as our range of services.

    The decisive issue is to achieve the best possible match between the job's requirements and the key qualifications of an employee. These include personal skills and preferences in addition to educational training. We set great store by equal opportunities for women and men.