I work in the department of confection at the Passenger Tyres Plant as a Maintenance Specialist, my duties include, first and foremost, supervising the technical condition of the machines under my supervision and maintaining it at a constant high level. Additionally, I run projects aimed at developing applied technologies and ensuring continuity of spare parts. There is no routine work day in my position. Of course, there are repetitive activities such as morning analysis of failure reports for the last 24 hours, reliability analyzes of machines and work on project management, while the rest of the day can change 360 degrees compared to planned activities. This is mainly due to situations in which I support current Maintenance in activities aimed at diagnosing and repairing defects as soon as possible. My adventure with Michelin began with an apprenticeship in a high school (Electronic and Telecommunications School Complex in Olsztyn, 2012), I was directed to the vulcanization department at the Passenger Tyres Plant where I did two weeks of apprenticeship for the Mechatronics Technician profile. After graduating from school, I started extramural studies and submitted a CV to the Michelin recruitment department. I started working in 2014 as the "Maintenance Worker", it was in the Maintenance Department of the department of confection, where I started shift work. After about 3 years and graduating from first degree studies, I received proposals to take up the current position in the Group of Maintenance Specialists. Every year, I participate in several trainings that develop my competences or knowledge. The training offer is very wide, both in technical areas and training in soft skills. In addition, I work on a modern machine park, thanks to which I have contact with the latest technological solutions used in industry. What I like the most in my work is the lack of routine, constant challenges and great opportunities. Every day I face new problems resulting from modification of machines, introduction of new ranges of assortments or working out already known problems. In addition, in consultation with the Construction Office, I can introduce new, pioneering solutions in the machine park under my supervision. I think that the size of the plant in Olsztyn and the amount of expenditure on implementing new solutions can surprise everyone. From the outside, people do not see everything that employees, I mean the whole factory is a "small city in the city", with its own transport, canteens, fire brigade, ambulance, etc. In addition, huge expenditure on the implementation of new technologies only confirms the fact that it is the largest and most modern factory in Europe.