Maritza’s team always puts the personal touch first

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Infinite Consulting director Maritza Tein and her team, from left, Symmone Chapman, Jeff Melmoth, Shirley Chen and Varsha Vachaspati.

For more than 21 years, Maritza Tein’s passion for people has enabled her to build Infinite Consulting’s reputation. In this sponsored post she explains how the company serves Canberra’s information and computer technology recruitment needs, with a personal touch.

FOR more than 21 years, Maritza Tein’s passion for people has enabled her to build Infinite Consulting’s reputation for serving Canberra’s information and computer technology recruitment needs, with a personal touch.

“When we started the business we prided ourselves on being a customer centric, ethical, ‘open book’ company,” says director and owner Maritza.

As the business grew, Maritza says they invested further into the business’ growth and today, the leadership of the business is with Maritza and her team of recruitment experts.

Maritza says her loyal and experienced team has been the key to Infinite’s success.

“You need a team around you that has an excellent understanding of the needs of our clients and customers and is well connected with the government and the commercial landscape,” she says.

“Infinite is a key supplier on the majority of federal government panels and a preferred supplier of a number of significant commercial customers. We also service nationally and have people in other states.”

Recently, Maritza says, customers have been looking to Infinite for expert consultation in areas such as cloud migration, machine learning, artificial intelligence and cyber security.

She says the team follows global trends, all the while remaining Canberra-based and focused on the local community.

Infinite Consulting has always been located conveniently on Northbourne Avenue in Braddon.

With a background in business and customer service, Venezuelan-born Maritza came to Canberra with her family in 1990, making it their home.

She says she developed considerable business acumen while running various property related businesses as a young woman with her husband as well as helping her family run their businesses.

“Personalised customer service is so important in any business – keeping in touch with our clients and having a strong, personal relationship and rapport with them is essential,” she says.

Maritza says she enjoys hosting social events and networking events for clients during the year as well as giving back to the community through charitable support for causes such as the Canberra City Lions Club’s “World Festival of Magic”, which helps children with special needs.

Managing consultant Jeff Melmoth, who has been with the company for eight years, manages the sales team and works with clients and candidates.

He says helping guide new candidates on their journey is a rewarding aspect of the job.

He also says the Canberra recruitment system is unique in terms of lengthy security clearances and assessments for certain roles and managing the expectations of both parties is important.

But, he says the Infinite team is well experienced in guiding candidates and clients through the process.

“We are always looking for a solution and working for everyone’s best interests,” he says.

Infinite also provides a full payroll service including salary packaging and novated leasing.

Infinite Consulting, 86-88 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon. Call 6257 8888 or visit

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