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Pursue your personal development at DR Swiss!

We are looking for motivated, curious people with strong communication skills, the ability to work well in a team and an overall positive mindset. DR Swiss offers a broad range of opportunities for personal development.

Pursue your personal development at DR Swiss

Whether you’re a recent graduate or have several years of experience behind you working at a primary insurer or reinsurer, DR Swiss is an employer that is committed to providing you with personal development opportunities.

Get to know us!

Are you curious and motivated? Do you have good communication skills, the ability to work in a team and a positive mindset? Then we would love to hear from you!

Thoroughly cooperative – our company culture

With a team of 30 employees, our office is relatively small. This suits our way of working completely, as we like to keep things straightforward. Our flat hierarchy and short communication channels facilitate teamwork. Many tasks are solved thanks to interdepartmental cooperation – and we think and act in a way that promotes this. Our workplace is both friendly and cooperative.

Family-friendly and productive

Work-life balance is a key concern for us. We offer our employees mobile working, flexible working hours and part-time options so they can take a flexible approach to where and when they work.

Versatile – careers at DR Swiss

Working at DR Swiss is a lot of things, but one thing is for sure – it is never boring! At DR Swiss, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of exciting tasks.


...are employees who work in the core reinsurance business. They analyse risk, assess conditions and determine the required reinsurance premium for a whole variety of different risks, including natural catastrophes, fire and technical risks, and countless other forms of potential risks. Our underwriters build a trusting relationship with our clients and support them with any reinsurance questions they may have.

Mathematicians and statisticians...

...analyse risk characteristics and develop the calculation basis for new tariff models. This involves applying and modifying the appropriate methods, such as generalised linear models, analysis of variance, regression analysis and cluster analysis. In addition, our mathematicians and statisticians also examine and assess new research developments to see whether they can be applied in practice. 

Natural scientists...

...make risks calculable. They compare geoscientific data to primary insurers’ portfolio and claims data. What would happen, for example, if a particular storm had passed over other regions? Based on scenarios like this, our natural scientists develop proposals for suitable reinsurance.