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Gold Master for a coal company

A specialist from Novokuznetsk was not afraid of the Yakut frosts and went to work in the Far East

An experienced specialist from Novokuznetsk, Igor Kucheruk, spent most of his life in Kuzbass and had no idea that one day he would go to live and work in Yakutia. However, the proposal of a large coal mining holding seemed interesting - I decided to take a chance and did not regret. He now works as head of the site for the processing plant and transfers his experience to other employees.

Gold Master for a coal company
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Special project Coal of the East of Russia
Since there were no candidates with necessary work experience and qualifications in Yakutia, applicants were selected from regions in which the mining industry is developed. The company analyzed the mines of Russia and Ukraine, compiled a search map and placed a vacancy on key job search portals in Kemerovo, Novokuznetsk, Krasnoyarsk, Abakan, Ulan-Ude, Khabarovsk. The search was supported by the Agency for the Development of Human Capital.

After reviewing the 20 resume, only three candidates were left for selection, ready to relocate to Neryungri and work in the High North. For three months they went through a complicated process of negotiation and verification. As a result, Igor Kucheruk got the job.

- I heard a lot of good things about working in Yakutia, including about Colmar: new equipment, new factories, new loading, investing money in enterprises, building a business. I decided to work there myself, and I didn’t regret it - it’s very interesting - everything is new, specialists are attracted from Russia, the DPR and the LPR, there are a lot of interesting people, ”says Igor Kucheruk.

“Colmar” is a large coal-mining holding, which unites industrial enterprises for the extraction and processing of coking coal in the territory of the Neryungri district of Yakutia. Now the company is building two mining and processing complexes, so highly qualified and experienced workers are needed as air. The candidacy of Igor Kucheryuk fit perfectly. Prior to that, he worked in Kuzbass, he knows everything about coal mining — he started working in a mine, then he was a loading master, a section head, and a head of transport logistics department. Now the specialist is practically starting his way from the beginning, but this does not frighten him or upset him - there is an opportunity for career growth.



Moving was for Igor Kucheruk first. The Yakut cold frightened the specialist least of all - Siberians got used to the frosts, but it is recognized that they have not yet experienced such temperature drops.

- The family let go calmly. The third month I work here, in another three months I will go on vacation home. If you like it, maybe I will move the family here, ”he says.

Weight plus for the move was a high salary, a great vacation. The company paid for the flight to the place of work, provided housing. Such an expert in Yakutia turned out to be worth its weight in gold - loading technologies that have been used for a long time in Kuzbass are new for the republic.

Now Igor is happy to share his rich work experience with young employees. He is more knowledgeable in loading and coal preparation - he has worked in these areas for more than 12 years, and he also knows how to sell coal, plan shipments, and work with customs. The expert admitted that he did not expect such zeal and desire to work from the Yakut youth.

- Eight people came to practice from vocational schools, four of them literally a month later expressed a desire to find a job. Now they are working quite successfully, they are interested in how to get a higher education. I was pleasantly surprised, - Igor Kucheruk admits.