Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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"Colmar" plans to 2022g to double the staff, for 3,5 thousand people

Special project Coal of the East of Russia
By the end of 2021, Kolmar LLC is planning to double its staff by attracting local specialists and specialists from other Russian regions to 7,2-7,5 thousand people, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development said. That is, it is planned to recruit 3,5 thousand people, including 2 thousand underground workers.

It is reported that this amount is necessary to ensure the work of the Denisovskaya concentrator in Neryungri district of Yakutia, as well as to provide personnel with the planned factory and mine. According to Artem Levin, Director General of Kolmar LLC, the company plans to achieve a cumulative coal output of 22 million tons in three years, to build a new factory and a mine. "A year ago we faced a tendency of shortage of personnel: there is an outflow of people from the Neryungri district for various reasons, young people often leave to study and do not return. In order to save the situation, we began to involve specialists on a rotational basis, but we understand that this will not solve the problem. We are involved in solving the problem of how to attract people to the region, how to bring professionals, how to establish training and retraining in the right profiles. Sharp questions remain with accommodation, preferential mortgage lending for young people. All of them affect the attraction of personnel and the labor market as a whole, "the press service quotes.

According to the Ministry, the Agency for Human Capital Development in the Far East (ARCHK DV) has already carried out a complex of measures to recruit and attract staff. As a result, in particular, highly skilled workers from Astrakhan, Irkutsk, Sorsk, Kemerovo and Kazakhstan moved to Neryungri. In addition, the ARCF DV recently conducted a number of job fairs in the interests of the company in Khabarovsk, Chita, Kemerovo and Mezhdurechensk. "Colmar" determined about 50 potential candidates for further employment in the most popular vacancies. In the near future, the agency and Colmar plan to sign a "road map" for joint work on 2018-2019 years.