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 deal with a variety of problems that arise throughout production. I have a simple process that allows me to cope with any task: I determine the essence and severity of the problem, look for the cause, select the best solutions, then distribute specific actions among the front-line workers and monitor their implementation. The main thing is to approach any problems with a cool head, and then you are able to overcome any difficulties.
I am motivated by the realization of what a significant contribution I make to the common cause. It is important for me to demonstrate good results, so I am constantly cultivating my abilities and improving my skills. I can advise the same to those who are just starting their career: openly communicate with colleagues and absorb new knowledge, be creative in your work, and set ambitious goals.