Working at Medicoat

Are you in search of a new perspective?

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„The work I do is important to me because by producing medical parts, I contribute to improving the health of other people.“

– Veronica Caruso, Employee Medical Coating Production

What can you expect from us?

Together can we move forward

What we offer you 

  • Flexible working (time) models for a good work-life-balance
  • 5 weeks of holidays + 2 weeks company holiday
  • Fair remuneration in line with the market
  • Internal and external training opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Flat hierarchies with plenty of room for creative opportunities
  • Free parking in Wohlen and Mägenwil
    Easily accessible locations with very good public transport connections
  • Free coffee and tea for enjoyable breaks in the comfortable cafeteria
  • Family-run company in the 2nd generation with an international focus

An open Corporate Culture

We always align our daily thoughts and actions with our Medicoat values

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> More about our Values

Send your applications to

Please send your application with a photo and the required documents (Cover letter, CV, certificates) by e-mail to:

hrm@medicoat.ch

Spontaneous Applications

We are always looking for temporary staff and interns. Are you looking for exciting tasks with room for growth and empowerment in an established medical technology company? Then we are looking forward to your application.



Optimally informed

Being in constant dialog with each other is important to us. This may be at our employee information sessions, where information is provided on current company developments and projects, or at the respective team or department meetings. Our modern Medicoat app "Involve" supports us in a simple and appealing way to exchange information between employees regardless of their location or time. We are sure that a pleasant working culture can only emerge thanks to a transparent information policy and the promotion of communication and exchange between teams.

Any Questions?

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