Amir Sarakov, a postgraduate student at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, is appointed Vice-President for Young Professionals at SuperJob
Amir Sarakov, a postgraduate student at RANEPA Institute of Law and National Security (ILNS), is appointed Vice President, Young Professionals, at SuperJob. He will be in charge of developing the Students business unit to help high school, college and graduate students getting a head start on their careers. The platform will bring together services for job seekers, employers and universities.
Before his appointment to SuperJob, Amir Sarakov headed the Association of Students and Student Unions of Moscow, comprising 98 educational institutions in the Russian capital. ASSU of Moscow is the primary consolidation platform for student governments, with its own ecosystem of projects for the city’s half a million students.
“Competition among students and aspiring professionals continues to grow in many industries. Therefore, a young professional should not limit himself or herself to a diploma, job search and internships. The SuperJob Students platform will bring together existing and new services for young job seekers: career guidance, study of related professions, assessment of the market value of their services, industry expertise and employer brand analysis. Universities will be able to interact with employer companies and engage applicants, while companies will be able to develop the employer brand through educational and entertaining content. The SuperJob Students team follows the “school – vocational school/university – employer” concept, where all stages in the development of a young professional are logically connected and minimize the risk of disappointment in the choice of profession”, Amir Sarakov commented on his appointment.
SuperJob Students is an IT company that has been successfully developing job search and recruitment technologies for 20 years, and it helps millions of professionals find jobs every year.