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Colmar wants to employ 800 residents of Buryatia and Transbaikalia
One of the largest holdings for coking coal processing, Colmar, organizes job fairs in three regions of the country. 873 vacancies for specialists from Buryatia, Transbaikalia and Krasnoyarsk Territory are open. Including personnel needed for a new project in Yakutia.
According to the company's press service, a deputy production director, chief mechanics and engineers, process engineers, mining foremen, and hydrogeologists are required. In addition, representatives of working specialties are needed - electro-mechanics, fitters, electric fitters, electric welders, underground self-propelled machine drivers, mining excavation machine drivers, miners, drivers, etc.
Vacancies are open for the new Inaglinskaya-2 processing plant in the Neryungrinsky district of Yakutia. It will process 12 million tons of coal per year and in the future more than thousands of jobs will be created there. The company offers a shift method of work, for those who decide to move to the region, they are ready to assist in arranging at a new place.