Representatives of Transneft North have organised an occupational guidance meeting with highschoolers of Lyceum No. 1 in Ukhta as part of the Company’s youth HR policy.
The Company organises such meetings with students of educational institutions annually. The meeting was attended by Svetlana Gibadullina, Head of the Human Resources Section; Pavel Bogdanov, Head of the Oil Pipeline Operation Section; and Andrey Butorin, a graduate student of the Ukhta State Technical University.
The purpose of the programme is to create a promising personnel pool for Transneft from the most capable and motivated students and to contribute to their education in schools and universities.
Svetlana Gibadullina spoke about the Company’s HR policy, the employment prospects and the cooperation with the Ukhta State Technical University. “Transneft North pays special attention to HR policy. We need young, promising, qualified specialists and rely on targeted recruitment, which allows to produce qualified personnel adapted to work in the Company,” she said.
Transneft North concludes tripartite agreements with promising students to provide them with free targeted studies at the university so that later on they work with the Company. Students receive the opportunity to undergo occupational and pre-graduation internships at the facilities of Transneft North; good grades are encouraged with social scholarships. Active students take part in the Company’s social and scientific life, interact with its employees on their end-of-year papers and graduation projects. Graduates have guaranteed employment at the Company. In its turn, Transneft North receives specialists with higher education who are familiar with its operations.