in the Russian and CIS market
the future of energy
I joined Power Machines to participate in a project to create domestic gas turbines. This is a large-scale and challenging task, which is being implemented under the close watch of and with support from the state. In fact, we are pioneers – we are doing something that has not yet been practiced in our country. Such projects require not only a large staff and resources, but also personal qualities: commitment, responsibility, involvement, and concentration when solving the assigned tasks.
My long journey with Power Machines started in October 2002 when I joined the company as a student intern. After I finished my degree, I returned here as a specialist for the Service Directorate and worked my way up to the Key Account Director in the Thermal Power Division.
I graduated from the St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University, and after I got my bachelor's degree, I decided that I needed to improve my engineering and technical skills. Therefore, I entered the Master’s Degree course – and was employed as a design engineer at Electrosila.
I joined the Calculations Department at SDB Turbina as a 5th year student at Peter the Great Polytechnic University. I started as an engineer without a specialty and gradually was assigned the 3rd degree, then the 2nd, 1st, became lead engineer and, finally, a deputy for R&D.
I have been working at the plants that are owned by Power Machines for half a century! I began my career at Electrosila, then moved to LMZ. I learned the profession right at the production site, going from an assistant to the sixth category specialist.
I have been with the company for over twenty years. I came to work at the plant immediately after the institute – working as a shift supervisor in the rotary shop. Six months later, I was promoted to a dispatcher, and six months later I was invited to the service department, where I was involved in contracting spare parts supplies for thermal power plants.
I graduated from the Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University with a degree in mechanical engineering technology, and joined LMZ in 2011 as an assistant to a turner-borer. Since then, my position has changed more than once – I was a turner, assistant foreman, foreman of the metalwork assembly of rotors, and now I am the manager for operational planning and execution of the production program.
I have been working here since my student days. For 30 years on the shop floor, I have gone all the way from a milling machine operator to a line manager, head of the complex, and director of LMZ. It was a difficult, eventful, and interesting period. Of course, I have formulated for myself certain rules that are necessary for achieving the goal.
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