We love adding to our team the kind of people who’ve been on ‘the other side’. Case in point – Zunaeed Kamal, Regional Manager of our Canberra team.
Zunaeed Kamal has an IT background having been in Systems Engineering where he worked with the likes of Centrelink and Telstra. This experience gives him a wider range of skillsets beyond recruitment, which are of great benefit to the M&T business.
Resourcefulness, solution-focused, methodical; these are key to the approach Zunaeed brought to his recruitment career when he took the leap back in 2007. And when he did, he did so well that he was quickly working closely with some of the government’s largest organisations including Medicare and the Department of Home Affairs.
Zunaeed has a genuine propensity to help others grow and succeed, which has been the driving force of Zunaeed’s career.
My mentor was always positive about me and always pointed out ways I could improve. Because of his encouraging feedback, I always tried my best to do better. I take this same approach to helping the people I come across achieve greater success in their roles. This extends to not just my team members in Canberra and nationally, but also to our clients and candidates.
Today, Zunaeed continues to manage the Canberra team in providing exceptional resourcing services to our government and private sector clients. He has his ears to the ground. He is always seeking out the latest business and IT labour trends affecting the Canberra market, and in particular those that relate to the federal government’s strategies and activities. He prides himself on providing a highly consultative service to his clients where he seeks to deeply understand the outcomes they are seeking for their projects.
With M&T Resources, I was convinced that I would be happy working within a company that I can trust and that values its employees. I’m here to maintain and build this environment so that my team can excel in what they do.
I love to be outdoors and you can often find me cycling around Canberra in my spare time!