Uralkali Opens 2020 Targeted School Graduate Recruitment Scheme

16.07.2020

Uralkali announces that intake has now opened for applications to the Company’s targeted recruitment scheme for 2020. The scheme is available to school graduates who wish to study any of the university subjects that are highly sought-after among prospective Company employees.

The subjects are as follows: Chemistry, Surveying, Electrification and Automation of Mining, Mining Machines and Equipment, Underground Development of Mine Deposits, Information Technology and Computing (specifically specializing in Automated Systems of Information Processing and Management), Electrical Energy and Machinery (majoring in Electrical Power Supply), Chemical Technology of Non-Organic Substances, Automation of Technological Processes and Production, Technological Machines and Equipment, Geological Surveying and Exploration of Hard Minerals, and Heat Energy and Heat Technology (majoring in Industrial Heat Energy).

Selected students will study at one of the following institutions: Perm State National Research University, Perm National Research Polytechnic University (PNRPU), the Berezniki Branch of PNRPU, St. Petersburg Mining University, the Ural Federal University or the National Research University of Technology (Moscow, Russia).

In order to be selected for enrollment in this program, school graduates will need to achieve a minimum overall score of 180 points in the Unified State Exams for Russian, Maths, Physics and Chemistry. Applications from students wishing to enroll in Uralkali’s program can be submitted up until the 31st of July 2020.

Telephone number for queries: 8 (3424) 29-61-60.

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Uralkali has been recruiting students to study in subjects it considers highly sought-after since 2008, and 53 students are currently enrolled in the program.

Students enrolled in Uralkali’s scheme benefit from a number of advantages. Starting from their second year at university, they receive a scholarship from Uralkali of RUB 3,000-12,000 per month, based on their exam results. Students involved in Uralkali’s program undertake paid internships across the Company’s subdivisions and are also provided with the required guidance materials and textbooks for their courseworks and graduation works. Furthermore, Uralkali guarantees employment for graduates of the program, and also pays a signing bonus of RUB 28,000-33,000, depending on the results of their diploma grade point average.

Uralkali (www.uralkali.com) is one of the world’s largest potash producers and exporters. The Company’s assets consist of 5 mines and 7 ore treatment plants in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Region, Russia). Uralkali employs more than 12,000 people in the main production unit.

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Cardinal rules

Smoking in mines is prohibited.
Work at heights without wearing a safety harness is prohibited.
Work in electrical installations under voltage is prohibited.
It is forbidden to perform work and stay in the bottomhole zone during the operation of the mining machine.
Loading and unloading operations when people are in the danger zone are prohibited.
Working in underground mines with unsecured and/or unassembled roofing is prohibited.
It is forbidden to carry out repairs and maintenance of conveyors without disconnecting from energy sources, use of conveyors for transfer of people and goods (materials and/or equipment), crossing (either above or under) operating conveyors by employees are not allowed.
It is forbidden to carry out welding and flame work in underground mines and mine buildings without the necessary safety measures preventing fire.