International human services provider APM, has today announced the appointment of Adam Hart as UK Managing Director.
Mr Hart, former CEO of Defence Recruitment & Systems at Capita, assumes the role of MD at a company with almost 500 employees located at more than 35 sites across the UK.
He joins APM at an exciting time in the development of its UK and international businesses.
Global Chief Executive, Michael Hobday, welcomed the appointment: "I'm delighted to announce the appointment of Adam Hart to our UK business.
"Adam has a proven track record of successful leadership within major organisations.
"His background is one of significant personal achievements in driving change, organisational improvement and in delivering results."
Mr Hart possesses more than 20 years of transformation and service management delivery leadership experience, spanning a wide portfolio of clients and industries, including the Home Office, Cabinet Office, NATO, UK Border Force and the UK intelligence services.
Latterly Mr Hart has led the Recruiting Partnering Project, a 10 year transformational partnership with the MoD, charged with the annual recruitment of more than 17,000 resources for the Army.
He joins a UK team that also features Executive Chairman, Bob Leach and CEO Alan Cave, a former DWP Delivery Director.
Mr Hart said: "I am very happy to be taking up this appointment.
"I look forward to working closely with Michael, Bob, Alan and my executive colleagues in the day-to-day management of our UK business.
"APM boasts a proud history of success and we have aspirations to be the UK's best provider of integrated employability, health and skills services, enabling better lives for many more thousands of disadvantaged job seekers."
Consistently recognised as Australia's leading provider of disability employment services, APM UK significantly enhanced its footprint following the acquisition of Pertemps People Development Group in the summer of 2015.
A prime contractor for the delivery of Work Programme, National Offender Management Service, NEETS and National Citizen Service, APM is one of only a handful of organisations currently delivering skills, justice, health and employability services across the UK.