The key event of three-day federal project was Expocentre exhibition, offering Far East expositions to thousands of visitors.
Work and Business pavilion became the main attraction for students and young specialists. At Sakhalin Government's invitation, Sakhalin Energy took part in the exhibition.
“Such events are important for us,” said Alexander Morogov, Head of Recruitment Subdivision, “it’s an opportunity to bring young, ambitious professionals, so-called “fresh blood”, to the corporate team. And certainly, it is an integration of efforts to promote Sakhalin Oblast as an attractive location for work.
Alexander Morogov, Head of Recruitment Subdivision of Sakhalin Energy (left)
Sakhalin stand, indeed, enjoyed a big popularity. Students from leading federal universities including Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Higher School of Economics, Moscow State University and Ordzonikidze Russian State University of Geological Survey purposefully visited the stand.
Various questions were asked: from salary level to employment opportunities for those without work experience. “It’s not a problem,” answered Morogov, “for starters, professional practice would be required, after which experienced professionals will help to embark upon career. Of course, if you don’t want to immediately become a director - experience will be required for that.”
It is not known how many people would make a decision to link their future with Sakhalin as the result of the exhibition, but one thing is for sure: many will think about it.
17 December 2018