Head of Division, PKP PLK
MA, University degrees, (English Philology, Communication and Information Assets Management), Post-diploma University studies (Economic and legal translations), PL-EN translator certificate.
connected with railway market since 2000.
Why did you choose to work for the rail industry?
Stable work. Recommendation of people working in the railway sector.
What inspired you at the time and what influenced your choice?
People working in the railway sector inspired me to join in.
How does it feel to be in the rail industry? Are your expectations fulfilled?
Yes, they are. This work gives the possibility of wide international contacts, comprehensive professional development etc.
What are the challenges?
Constant changes in railway legislation at EU level that needs to be implemented on national field.
What is a talent? Why the rail industry should engage with talents?
Talent is… a personal ability, related to specific thematic area, to efficient, logical, innovative thinking and proper reactions. Rail industry needs more talented staff to „complete the gap” (there is less and less young, professional railway staff).