Russian Helicopters are accepting applications from candidates for the post of the holding company’s chief designer, the company’s spokesman told Interfax on Wednesday.
“Applications will be accepted during in a month and results will be summed up by November 30. The competition will fall into three stages: a study of CVs, an interview and a contest,” the spokesman said.
Earlier reports said that the management system of the holding company had been changed. On September 27 the aerospace holding company Oboronprom ceased to be Russian Helicopters’ management company. Dmitry Petrov, Russian Helicopters’ former deputy general director, was appointed as the company’s general director, Andrei Shibitov as deputy general director for scientific and technical polity, and production; Igor Pshenichny as deputy general director for marketing and sales, and Sergei Yarkovoi as deputy general director for finance.
Russian helicopters is a subsidiary of Oboronprom, which is part of the Rostekhnologii state corporation. It is the management company of Moscow’s Mil Helicopter Plant, Kamov, the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant, the Kazan Helicopter Plant, Rosvertol company, the Sazykin Aviation Company Progress, the Kumertau Aviation Production Enterprise, Moscow’s Vperyod Machine-Building Plant, the Stupino Machine-Building Plant, Reduktor-PM, the Novosibirsk Aircarft Repair Plant and the Helicopter Service Compnay.