IT and Database Manager 60-80%


Celerion Switzerland AG is part of the global Celerion Inc based in Fehraltorf/ ZH/ Switzerland. We are a service provider in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry and support the development of new drugs.

We are looking for a committed and motivated



IT and Database Manager 60-80%

Main tasks

• Local administration of computerized systems or bioanalytical databases (e.g. Labnotes™, Watson™) including user training

• Evaluation, development and implementation of IT solutions in cooperation with operational colleagues

• Maintenance and updates of yet existing IT solutions

• Supporting the local and global IT group and backing up local IT support

• Performing local and global computerized systems validation work


Your profile

• Successfully completed technical training or studies in the natural sciences

• Proven expertise in IT, databases and validation of computerized systems

• Very good knowledge of current programming languages ??(e.g. Python, R, C#, Visual Basic)

• Experience in the GLP/GMP regulated environment would be an advantage

You are characterized by precise, timely and professional work in a team, an above-average degree of initiative and a high level of motivation and are happy to be able to contribute your knowledge and experience to your daily work.

Personally, you impress with your quick wit, communication skills and innovative thinking. Your broad knowledge background in the field of IT and compliance is one of your strengths, along with very good written and spoken German and English.


Our offer

  • Opportunity to work on a variety of challenging projects
  • State-of-the-art infrastructure
  • Very good conditions of employment, flexible working hours


Do you have any questions? Do not hesitate to contact our HR Manager Iris Rüttimann by mail or phone +41 (0)43 355 76 76.

We would like to get to know you! Please send your complete application by post, email or directly on

Celerion Switzerland AG
Human Resources
Allmendstrasse 32
8320 Fehraltorf