22 May 2018

OEMZ and OmSTU plan to work together with young cadres

Representatives of the Omsk Electromechanical Plant met with teachers and students of the Omsk State Technical University.

During the event, on which the University was represented by the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, the head of the regional graduate promotion center, the deans of the machine-building faculty and the faculty of additional professional education, as well as students of the latest courses in profile areas, the presentation of JSC Omsk Electromechanical Plant took place. The General Director Dmitry Kopyltsov spoke about the plant, production facilities, results achieved so far, plans and needs for young personnel. In his speech, he outlined the main directions of the planned joint work with the university, the possibility of organizing grant support for young scientists, recruiting for targeted training programs, the willingness to hire students without experience and further raising their qualification level by the Omsk EMZ.

The meeting was attended by the heads of the technological and production departments, the production department, who spoke about the specifics of the organization of work in the subordinate structures, requirements for potential employees and prospects for professional and career development. In addition, Tatyana Ignatieva, head of the department of labor and personnel management of Omsk EMZ, voiced the options for passing the production practice, internships and employment with an individual work schedule.

The meeting was held in a dialogue format, the students present at the event actively asked substantive questions about the plant's activities, prospects for employment, career development, opportunities for combining work and study. For the most interested children, an excursion around the territory of the enterprise will be organized in the near future.

It should be noted that currently 18 students of higher and secondary educational institutions are already working at the Omsk Electromechanical Plant. For all, an individual timetable has been developed that allows continuing education and successfully carrying out work.