Meet Raymond Manamb one of Remington Technology’s longest-serving staff. Hailing from Madang and East Sepik Province Raymond has worked in Remington Technology’s various branches including; Kokopo, Lae, Mt Hagen and Port Moresby for almost 20 years. He currently works in our Madang branch where he lives with his wife and beautiful daughter.
“I believe I got through working this long with the company by abiding by the company policies, following instructions and working hard. When you start at a new job, you need to ask a lot of questions and learn as much as you can from your senior colleagues. I asked many questions and learnt as much as I could from my first Manager Adam Dwyer and my senior colleagues; Paul Morea, Daniel Daniels, Jonathan Chakumai, Late Father Max, Cornelius Kampo and my ‘bala’ (brother in Daru vernacular) Andrew Smidth” Raymond recalls.
As a Service Technician with Remington Technology Raymond is passionate about learning and staying up-to-date with the latest technology, especially with the products and brands that the company deals with such as Konica Minolta, Fuji Xerox, Ricoh, hp etc…” I believe training technicians to stay up-to-date with the ever-evolving technology is important” He explains.
In his current role and capacity, Raymond believes leadership affects an employee’s work ethic and performance and defines a leader as someone who set goals to achieve and can motivate employees so they push above their limit and achieve goals together as a team.
“While working with the company I have experienced travelling on plane, helicopter, car and speedboat. I’ve travelled widely through PNG. I’ve been to Buka, Kavieng, Kimbe, East New Britain, Popondetta, Alotau, Daru, Kiunga and Moro. I covered Mendi, Wabag, Chmbu and Jiwaka by road. While working in Lae, if requested I drive up the Highlands Highway, to Ramu, Wau, Bulolo and go by helicopter up the Hidden Valley mine, Wafi exploration sites, Highlands Kainantu Mine and drive to Madang. I’ve had one international duty travel to Brisbane for Kyocera training. The service trips are definitely one of the highlights of my job!” He excitedly explains.