Rosmorport announced appointments of three deputies to the General Director, the federal company's press service reported. Rosmorport is the state monopoly owner and operator of the country's seaports.
Alexander Alyoshkin was appointed the deputy general director of Rosmorport’s fleet on September 6. Dmitry Ustyugov took the office of deputy general director of legal and property department on September 14.
Anna Glazkova was appointed acting deputy director of the Department of economics, finance, accounting, statistics and tax on September 21. Earlier, Anna Glazkova was an advisor to the General Director Rosmorport. Former deputy director of the above mentioned department A. Doinikov took the office of the Chief Control and Auditing Department.
The marked growth in the number of IT-related vacancies began in February 2010. By August, this had increased considerably and now the number of current vacancies exceeds pre-crisis levels. The list of ‘in demand’ specialists has altered somewhat and employees who were not in great demand during the recent global downturn are being hired again, according to recruitment consultancy Antal International.
From the current 510,000 federal civil servants employed in all of the different state organisations, including the judicial system, over 100,000 will see their jobs eliminated over the next three years saving the country 43 billion rubles a year ($1.4 billion) by 2013, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin told President Dmitry Medvedev in a meeting at the weekend.
Chris Hurd has been appointed head of corporate and investment banking at HSBC in Russia. He joins the bank in Moscow after four years in a similar position in the bank's Singapore unit. In Russia, Chris will be responsible for developing strategies for the development of one of the key units of HSBC in Russia and the interaction with customers and partners of the Bank.
Despite the fact that the Russian labor market has just recovered from an economic recession, demand for some specialists significantly exceeds supply. Companies are willing to outbid for these specialists, offering them attractive work conditions. Antal Russia experts have formed a rating of professions with the biggest deficits, based on a supply/demand ratio. Here are the jobs and salary ranges on offer.