September 4, 2019 - by CSCS


Working at CSCS since
November 2011


  • 1999-2002 Degree in Hospitality Management, Schweizerische Hotelfachschule Luzern
  • 2007-2008 HR Specialist, Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Specialised in
As Human Resources Manager, I am specialised in recruiting and also developing our employees and managers.

Working at CSCS means to me

It means to support CSCS’ strategy and growth from an HR point of view, and to support managers and employee’s growth as well as professional development while at the same time making sure that all internal process are adhered to.

What I like most about my work

I love everything about my work at CSCS, and it is very difficult to pick favourite parts. One of my favourite responsibilities is supporting managers in the recruiting process, which means getting to meet candidates from all over the world as well as developing and growing our employees. It is great to work in an international environment and to be able to communicate in three different languages (English, Italian, German) on a daily basis. On top, I particularly cherish the multicultural and the academic environment with highly qualified and talented colleagues, as well as the fact that every day I learn something new and that I believe I can really make a difference! Also, at CSCS I have the freedom to bring in new ideas, implement them and continuously drive growth/change. Being embedded in the larger ETH HR team in Zurich is also extremely stimulating, as I am part of interesting projects in cross-functional teams.This drives us forward as an HR team and gives me the opportunity to bring in my experience and ideas as well as learn from my colleagues, and at the same time collaborate and get to know different HR team members.

What challenges me at my work

From my point of view, I am not confronted with challenges, but with opportunities for improvement. For example, bringing together different cultures from different countries with different backgrounds: Internationalisation, globalisation, and last but not least, the impact of digitalisation in our work environment are topics of interest for me.