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Matthew Ruane Becomes Latest Recruit to Join Kinly’s Veteran’s Programme

Kinly, the global provider of AV integration and collaboration services and support, is pleased to announce that Matthew Ruane has become the latest recruit to join its growing Veteran’s Programme.

Specifically designed to provide Armed Forces leavers with a route into a new industry where their existing skills will allow them to shine, the Kinly Veteran’s Programme is continually expanding having welcomed three new members to its ranks in January.

Matthew joined Kinly in early March from the Royal Engineers where he spent eight-years serving as a Signaller. Here, Matthew worked in a fast-paced and mission-critical environment, providing vital communications and resolving engineering faults in time-sensitive and everchanging scenarios.

Only a matter of weeks into his role at Kinly, Matthew is already using his transferrable skillset to the benefit of Kinly’s clients. He has been dispatched to site to execute fault fixes, perform equipment swap outs and apply network and software updates to keep client AV estates running at peak performance.

Alongside his work on-site and continuing training, Matthew is working towards becoming Q-SYS Level One qualified, something that he hopes to achieve in the coming weeks.

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Commenting on Matthew’s appointment, Justin Paveley, Project Delivery Director, Kinly, said:

“As a company, we are committed to supporting and hiring service leavers, and I am grateful for the opportunity to work alongside such talented individuals. I encourage other organisations to do the same and tap into this valuable talent pool. Service leavers like Matthew have so much to offer and I am honoured to have him on our team.

I have no doubt that Matthew will continue to excel in his new role and make a positive impact at Kinly. I am excited to see how his past experiences will shape his future success in the civilian workforce. Hiring service leavers like Matthew is not only a smart business decision, but also a way to show our appreciation for their service to our country.”

Speaking on his appointment, Matthew said:

“I am delighted to start my career in AV at Kinly. I already feel very welcome and the Veteran’s Programme plays a great part in that. It’s been reassuring to work alongside ex-forces members as there is that level of trust there from the outset.

Moving forwards, I’m looking to kick-on with my training, get out in the field as much as possible and learn more from the experienced professionals I work alongside to build my skills and develop my knowledge to become a trusted and competent engineer.”

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