Representatives of 25 industrial enterprises from all over Russia gathered together at KNRTU to find young specialists for their production plants. Oil refiners, machine operators, production chemists – this is by no means a complete list of positions that industrial companies are ready to offer to our students.

“Attracting young personnel is our main task. Our company has a program to support young specialists, because we are interested in students with a good education. We are looking for guys who specialize in Chemical Technology of Organic Substances, and for girls we are ready to offer work in the laboratory to monitor the quality of products”, – says Tatiana Naumova, Chief Specialist of the Group of Recruitment, Adaptation and Work with the Personnel Reserve of JSC Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company.

“I plan to work at Mirrico. I saw their vacancy on the KNRTU website, and today I talked to representatives of the company. I will be a production engineer. After the summer exams I want to start working and combine it with my education”, – says Aigul Zamaletdinova, a first-year Master’s Degree student at the Institute of Petroleum, Chemistry and Nanotechnologies.

All of the represented companies have programs to support young personnel, and many are willing to accept graduates even without work experience. “We develop chemical reagents to improve oil extraction and are looking for students for both internships and employment. We are ready to train and educate them. We have many examples when young specialists without work experience became heads of certain areas,” said Tatiana Kuleshova, Head of NIIneftepromkhim Personnel Department.

KNRTU pays special attention to the employment. The university actively cooperates with a large number of companies.

According to Nataliya Bashkirceva, Director of the Institute of Petroleum, Chemistry and Nanotechnologies at KNRTU, students usually choose their career track in their third year of Bachelor’s Degree, so it is very important to be in a contact with employers.

Source: KNRTU